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British scientists urge women to abandon personal hygiene. They believe that they can seriously hurt yourself.

Staff from Imperial College London claim that any use of those funds for intimate hygiene that women see in advertising, no. Moreover, if often to use them, the ladies themselves will cause great harm. The fact that these funds mask the signals of disease that the body takes

For example, many women do not seek treatment when they begin itching or discharge. They begin to use the funds for intimate hygiene, which only eliminate the symptoms but the infection or disorder will not go away. Begins disease that can lead to serious problems, says gynecologist Erica Carol.

Specialist explains that hair is just a product of advertising. In fact, the gynecologist is not advised to use soap or lotions for different parts of your body. From them exactly the same sense that by simple means. After all, they can only increase the number of infectious bacteria and disrupt the natural flora of the disruption of the microbiome.

According to the doctor, also because funds for intimate hygiene can be very dry skin in the bikini area. Especially not recommended to use scrubs, as may occur the infection. You should be especially careful during menstruation.

 

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Funds for intimate hygiene dangerous for women's health

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