Underwear Rules Every Woman Should Live By
Girls, it’s time to admit that we do not talk enough about underwear. Proof? Did you know that the wrong pair of underwear during exercise can increase the risk of infections? Or that there are moments when it is better not to wear underwear? Because we are almost certain that you did not know, we prepared 6 important rules that we definitely must know.
1. Cotton is bliss
Unless you’re looking to dazzle, stick to breathable fabrics as they’re less likely to irritate and cause yeast and bacterial infections. And if you have to put on a gorgeous pair made of lace, polyester or lycra, don’t keep them on too long, so get frisky faster.
2. Do without
Much as it’s a myth that sleeping in your undies is bad for you, it’s good to go commando where possible to just let your lady bits breathe. If you must have them on, however, adhere to point 1. You really don’t need to look sexy when already snoring anyway.
3. No white on white
Matchy-matchy, but white underwear under white clothing is a nightmare. No matter how fair we are, the stark whiteness of our panty will pop and create a VPL. Go nude instead – the colour, that is.
4. Change them
Duh, we know, but let’s admit we can be pretty lazy sometimes. It’s easy to run errands after a hot yoga session without changing into a new pair. Bacteria and fungi thrive in warm and moist environments, so for the sake of your vaginal health, switch up.
5. Do not wear thongs to bed
Even though saucy lingerie can help turn up the heat in the bedroom, wearing a thong could be detrimental to your health. Stick to briefs and boy shorts and avoid wearing thongs while sleeping. Bacteria can spread and pass to the vagina via a thong that can lead to vaginal infections.
6. Use laundry detergent
Pay as much as possible attention on the skin “down there”. Use hypoallergenic powder that is made for sensitive skin – without dyes and perfumes. Also avoid rinsing the clothing if there are also your panties. If you rinse your panties, you risk destroying them, because they will become worn out and plus, you may be exposed to chemicals that in reaction with the band create an allergic skin reaction.
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