Do this to avoid vaginal odor and discomfort


Say it with me now, va-gi-na. OK. Now that we’ve got that sorted, this post is going to touch on a subject that make some blush, others shy away and some, like me, shout it from the rooftops, and that is vaginal health.

If you are like me, you take care of everyone. Your home, your family, your pets, your car… everything and everyone but yourself. On the rare occasion you do take care of yourself, your vagina isn’t exactly at the top of your list of what needs some TLC. Ladies, it’s time we get to know our bodies… and let me give you a crash course by offering my story up for a laugh, a blush… and a glass of wine.


My husband and I are busy, but I’m one of the lucky ones in the sense that we still make time to well, get busy…together, often. Sometimes we get carried away and time gets away from us, and I have only a few minutes to freshen back up before I have to run off to get to a press day or parent teacher meeting, or even worse, have to play chaperone on a field trip with classes full of kids around me. My last parent-teacher meeting, I was more worried about having an odor than why my daughter chose to write about Taylor Swift as the most important person in history (but then again, she isn’t totally wrong). Let me tell you, you have not lived until you are trying all kinds of ways to keep your legs crossed in first-grade seats because you are paranoid about having an odor. Her teacher probably thought I really had to go pee or something.

While I am almost positive I was more paranoid than anything, I wished there was an easy way to take care of that so I didn’t have to worry about having a little rendezvous with my hubby before jetting off to an errand. Things like sex, menstruation and just the natural cycle of your vagina can cause a pH imbalance, which in turn causes vaginal odor, dryness and discomfort.

Help is here, though, with RepHresh! RepHresh Vaginal Gel is clinically shown to help you maintain a healthy vaginal pH level which reduces those symptoms you want to avoid. A single application can maintain vaginal pH in the normal range for 72 hours or more. Not only that, but it’s recommended by gynecologists and is safe for long-term use.

So you heard it from me, be free to get busy… in all senses of the word because RepHresh has got your back… or you know, your vagina at least.

Disclosure: This post is part of a collaboration between the makers of RepHresh products and SheKnows


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