1Using The Irritating Bath Products

If you have recurring yeast infections, you should rethink the bath products you use. Do not use cleansers and soaps that have dyes and fragrances. These products can alter your natural chemistry and pH balance in your vagina and make a place that promotes yeast growth. You should instead use hypoallergenic and mild products.

Only use gentle, non-irritating products on your vagina, avoiding scents. Anything from sprays to soaps and scented pads can cause a yeast infection. It is especially important not to use scented tampons or pads, as they come in the closest contact and can be especially irritating. Also, don't use toilet paper with colored dyes.

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Tess Kimble

Tess Kimble, a resident of Lexington, Kentucky, has a passion for reading and writing. After finding the keys to wellness in her life and making adjustments, Tess has never looked back. Her hobbies are collecting gemstones, gardening, and origami.