Things about your intimate area that you're too shy to ask

Feminine hygiene is really important to us ladies because it helps boost our confidence and it reflects how we take care of ourselves and our flora down there. While you are reading this blog, have you ever asked yourself questions you're too shy to ask even on a gynecologist about your vajay?

GynePro's campaign What's Up Down There wants to educate women on how to take care of themselves and their lady parts. Most of us are quite shy to ask stuffs about our intimate area that is why GynePro wants to empower women by giving us answers to the questions about our intimate area that we are probably too shy to ask.

GynePro is an antiseptic feminine wash which is specially formulated to protect against common genital irritations and infections. It is for the relief of external genital itching, burning sensation, and irritation (during menstruation, pregnancy, menopause, and with excessive vaginal secretions). It is used for prevention and treatment of infections of vaginal wounds, and used as an external genital wash before and after sexual intercourse.

How to use:
  • Shake well before use
  • Moisten the external genitalia with clean tap water
  • Pour one palmful (5ml) of the antiseptic feminine wash and apply gently on the external genitalia
  • Rinse thoroughly with water and pat dry.
  • For regular protection, use twice a week. 

Here are the common questions about the intimate area with GynePro's tips:

What's the point behind giving my lady parts extra TLC during red days?
Because the external genitalia are exposed to so much more possible bacteria during your red days, there is definitely a need to step up on your hygiene regimen. Change your pad regularly, use cotton underwear , avoid tight-fitting pants , wash yourself regularly, and choose an antiseptic feminine wash, like Gynepro , which has effective antibacterial yet vagina-caring properties.

What in the world is pH balance? Why do I have to take care of my pH down there?

Steer clear of harsh soaps and cleansers; they wreak havoc on your vagina’s and vulva’s healthy pH levels. Instead, opt for a feminine wash that promises proper pH care for everyday use (like pH Care) and amp it up with a top antiseptic wash, like Gynepro , during your red days, when your external genitalia/vulva need extra pH pampering.

What causes itching in my nether region?

There are times when intervention is needed to reduce the bacterial load in your vaginal area, especially during your period. What you want is an intimate wash that cleanses you effectively. Studies show that while others may be effective against usual vaginal microorganisms, Gynepro takes vaginal hygiene a step further , providing at least double the cleanliness, while still maintaining a healthy balance down there. 

When else does my vajayjay need extra TLC? I’m just really OC about cleanliness—especially down there.

Aside from red days, your intimate area also needs additional care when you’ve gone through vaginal surgery, like when you’ve just given birth or have undergone other vaginal procedures. Since the skin is broken and is in the process of healing, you don’t want to settle for just acceptable cleanliness. Gynerpro has Chlorhexidine digluconate, a clinical-strength but gentle antiseptic ingredient , that promises thorough cleaning during monthly red days or while you’re healing from vaginal procedures.

How do I properly wash my lady bits?

Washing at least once day is pertinent . During red days, though, washing more than once a day, with a potent but gentle cleanser like Gynepro , will be helpful to further prevent bacteria build-up that may lead to infection.

GynePro is available in 60ml (Php60.75), and 150ml (Php124.50) in all leading drugstores and supermarkets nationwide.

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1 comment

  1. yes,we should have an extra care on our genital parts,i would love try this femine wash!


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