Many of my female patients these days suffer from what I call “over processed skin” in their feminine area – the mons, vagina, perineum, and anus.
Without going into the case by case specifics, let’s just say us lady doctors who have been in medical practice the past 20 years have seen a big shift from the “bush” being celebrated in the 60-90’s to stark-naked all the time being the norm. It’s been years since I’ve seen a normal pubic hair pattern on a female patient.
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I have some 20 year olds who give me an incredulous look when I suggest that their vaginal area issues are related to over-shaving, waxing, and bleaching down there.
Alright, since many can’t even fathom letting their pubic hair grow out, they will happily jump at the chance to take my other suggestion to help soothe the shave bumps and follicular inflammation in their crotches.
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Yep! Good ‘ole diaper rash cream. Desitin cream contains the active skin soothing ingredient zinc oxide (otherwise known as butt-paste)
The one in the BLUE tube is preferred for it’s creamy consistency. The other purple one and other brands tends are a bit too chalky.
This will help the friction abrasion and sex burns that happen more with anal sex.
You won’t find this anywhere else as this advice comes from the personal experience of being a mom, a doctor, and online medical blogger.