“Ladies NEED Water To Clean”
Toilet Paper Was Designed for Crusty Old Men
There is nothing fun about menstruation odor.
My UK girlfriends think I’m some sort of god for helping them discover The Bum Gun.
Now it’s your turn.
Look, I’m not saying most men don’t need a personal hygiene boost…
Because they most definitely do…
I remember having to wash my ex-boyfriends underpants…
He was a toilet paper user and had terrible skidmarks for our entire relationship…
Don’t worry. It didn’t last long.
But for us ladies, we have a very important reason for needing The Bum Gun.
We have menstruation to deal with.
If you’ve ever changed a pad or tampax, you’ll know what I’m talking about…
It can be a yukky experience at the best of times.
But it can be a whole lot worse if you only have toilet paper to freshen up.
Let’s face it. Toilet paper will NEVER get you clean down there.
Never! Never! Never!
And that’s why EVERY girl deserves a bidet-sprayer in their bathroom.
I mean come on.
You wouldn’t only use toilet paper to wipe dog poop off your hand, right?
So, why think only toilet paper is going to clean blood off your vagina?
Let’s dive into a few more tips to keep your ‘flower’ clean…
A few tips for preventing vaginal odor
- Of course, you must install a Bum Gun in every bathroom you use.
Installing a Bum Gun at home is easy.
But how about the bathroom at work?
Ask your boss to wake up to the 21st century and make sure he/she installs Bum Guns for every employee.
A bit of common decency.
I bet productivity levels will increase as well once all the employees are exposed to less bacteria once they stop using toilet paper.
- Clean the area between your legs with a soft washcloth. This will help wash away dead skin, muck and sweat. You can use a gentle soap on the outside.
- The area inside your labia is much more sensitive. So using soap there will often burn and irritate. I use my Bum Gun to freshen up easily in this area.
- I would keep away from loofahs. They can cause small tears, exposing the area to possible infection.
- Never use perfumed soaps. The chemicals in the scents could upset your vagina’s natural pH.
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You probably spend more on coffee every week.
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You definitely need a Bum Gun bidet sprayer not just during your periods.
But for every time you use the toilet.
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Final Thoughts on Beating Your Menstruation Odor
I promise you one thing…
You’ll NEVER return to toilet paper once you’ve discovered the awesome feeling The Bum Gun provides…
I love the UK and all the people.
But whenever I’m travelling around the UK I dread going to the toilet.
Come on UK upgrade your bathrooms to the 21st century!
Toilet paper was ok in the 1880s and into the early 1900s.
But guys it’s the 21st century, and technology has vastly improved.
Maintaining personal hygiene is crucial for everyone, regardless of gender. However, females have some specific physiological attributes and functions that make personal hygiene especially essential.
I’d like to finish off with a brief summary explaining why females must take care of their personal hygiene:
Importance of Personal Hygiene for Females
Every month, most females experience menstruation, which involves the shedding of the uterine lining. Proper hygiene during this period helps prevent infections, unpleasant odors, and discomfort. Using and changing sanitary products regularly and cleaning the genital area can help maintain a healthy environment.
Prevention of Infections
The female reproductive system, specifically the vagina, has a delicate balance of bacteria. Poor hygiene can disrupt this balance, leading to infections such as bacterial vaginosis or yeast infections.
Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
Females have a shorter urethra than males, making it easier for bacteria to travel up to the bladder. Proper hygiene, especially after using the toilet, can help prevent UTIs.
Good hygiene practices can prevent complications during pregnancy and childbirth. Regular gynecological check-ups, paired with good personal hygiene, can prevent many reproductive health issues.
Sweat, vaginal discharges, and other bodily fluids can lead to odors if not managed with proper hygiene. Regular washing and changing of underwear can help in maintaining freshness.
Females need to ensure cleanliness under and around the breast area, especially if they have larger breasts, to prevent fungal infections and skin irritations due to sweat.
Overall Health and Well-being
Personal hygiene is directly linked to overall health. Keeping oneself clean not only prevents various infections and complications but also boosts self-confidence and mental well-being.
Social and Cultural Expectations
While the primary reason for maintaining hygiene should be personal health, it’s also true that societal and cultural norms often have standards regarding cleanliness. Abiding by them can make social interactions more comfortable and reduce potential stigmas.
Hormonal changes in females can lead to skin issues like acne. Proper skin care and hygiene can help manage and prevent such issues.
In short, while personal hygiene is vital for everyone, females have specific health and physiological reasons that make it especially important for them. It contributes to their overall well-being, comfort, and prevention of potential health issues.
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