Khloé Kardashian has some questionable advice for your vagina

Jul 28, 2016 at 12:00 a.m. ET
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Khloé Kardashian — like her sisters — is known for dishing out advice via her subscription-only app. Her most recent rave: Vitamin E, for everything. "Slather vitamin E oil on your face at night. It fights wrinkles, inflammation and redness — and it’s great for acne scars!" she said, according to YourTango. "I put vitamin E oil on my lashes every night, too, to keep them super-soft."

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The essential nutrient has long been touted for its health- and skin-boosting benefits, but Kardashian went off the deep end. "Add vitamin E capsules to your daily vitamin list to balance cholesterol levels, ease PMS symptoms, and improve muscle strength," she advised.

Oh, and she thinks that adding vitamin E to your V is another must-do. "No joke: Vitamin E may strengthen vaginal lining!!! [sic] Moisturize your labia and vagina with Vitamin E oil to combat dryness and soothe irritation."

Wait, what? This is the first I've ever heard of using Vitamin E on my lady parts — and there's reason for that, according to experts.

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“I would not recommend this nor is there any study that looks at this for healthy, premenopausal women,” Jen Gunter, MD, told The Daily Beast. “If you are 32 and have a dry vagina, see your doctor and try a silicone-based lube.”

Plus, our vaginas are self-cleaning machines. We don't need to add anything to make them clean, and vitamin E certainly won't strengthen the vaginal lining (I think she means it'll make things tighter down there? IDK).

We love Khloé for plenty of reasons — her hustle in the gym, her healthy attitude toward dealing with an addict she loves — but we're not in love with her dishing out sketchy advice like this.

A good rule of thumb: Problems with your vagina should only be addressed by a doctor, not a Kardashian.

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