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Why and how you need to take care of your delicate zone

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  • Why is it important to care for the delicate zone?

  • What is the delicate zone?

  • What is the delicate zone?

  • What should I do to take care of the delicate zone?

Why is it important to care for the delicate zones?

Many people want their partner or the person they love to see them looking nice. Some people may not pay attention to the delicate zone, especially because it is not a place that is usually seen by others. However, it is important to keep the delicate zone clean!

In addition, you may be concerned about what other people think of you when you take care of your delicate zones. However, you should think of it as taking care of yourself, not for the other person. This will make you feel more positive.

What is the delicate zone?

The delicate zone is the area on the front of a woman's body from her pubic mound to her anus. This area is called "delicate" for a variety of reasons.

First of all, the skin of the delicate zone is very thin compared to other parts of the body. Have you ever seen the phrase "eyelid skin is thin, so be careful" in makeup-related information? While the eyelid skin is said to be thin (0.12-0.2 mm), the delicate zone is even thinner (0.08-0.16 mm).

Secondly, it is usually covered by underwear and clothes, and is easily steamy due to low permeability. This is especially true when menstruation napkins or sanitary napkins are worn, which can cause rubbing.

In addition, the delicate zone has various organs such as the pubic mound, anus, vagina, and clitoris, and has an intricate structure. It is difficult to wash cleanly without careful attention.

Certain Troubles in the Delicate Zone

Problems in the delicate zone may be a difficult topic to discuss with others, but in fact, about one in two people have problems in the delicate zone. It is not uncommon. Due to the characteristics of the delicate zone, such as thin skin, easy steaminess, and complex structure, the delicate zone is often prone to skin problems such as steaminess and itching, as well as odor.

How can I take care of my delicate skin?

It is important to keep the delicate zones clean and well cared for. Here are some important points to keep in mind.

1,Wash the delicate zone properly

The skin of the delicate zone is thin, so instead of scrubbing it with a body towel, wash it gently with the belly of your fingers.

First, massage the V-zone, the area where the underarm hair grows on the front of the body. Next, wash the I-zone (the folds around the urethral opening and vagina) by tracing up and down. Finally, wash the area around the anus, called the O-zone, in a circular motion.

2,Use of goods dedicated to the delicate zone

There are many products sold exclusively for the delicate zone, such as body soaps and moisturizing creams. Of course, using ordinary body soap or body cream is also effective, but it is more effective to use products that are gentler on the delicate zone.

While ordinary body soaps are alkaline with a pH range of 9.0-11.0, products for the delicate zone are generally mildly acidic to neutral with a pH range of 5.0-7.5. Even if they are not sold specifically for the delicate zone, you can choose one based on pH.

3,Tidy the underhair.


Tidying up the underhair can prevent steaming. If there is too much hair in the underhair, it is not breathable and bacteria can easily grow. Especially during menstruation, menstrual blood can get on the underarms. It can also cause itching when the underarms come in contact with the skin.

When caring for underhair yourself, use a heat cutter or trimmer specially designed for underhair to avoid damaging the skin. If you are not comfortable shaving your entire underarm hair, it is recommended to trim the I-line and O-line first.

In fact, in some foreign countries, it is common practice to trim the underhair to the desired shape. By shaping your underarms, you may be able to choose from a wider range of underwear and swimsuits, and your partner may be pleased with your hair.

There are many good things about taking care of the sensitive area, both from a hygienic and cosmetic point of view. Why not start by washing carefully in the bath today?


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