Wow, I haven't been here in awhile! I was just wondering something. I'm overweight, so I feel like I sweat a lot in my vaginal area (and I probably do), and the crevice between my legs and vagina (not sure what to call that part exactly) so I was thinking to myself what would make me feel less self conscious about it and saw the Scott Moist Wipes. Are those safe to use? I know by reading around, and some little personal experience, that the vagina is a sensitive place so I don't want to irritate it with the wrong product. We should stay away from Summer's Eve products due to messing up the ph balance, correct? *Side note, I *do* shower daily. I also read on here that shea butter is good to use after vaginal shaving. Just any shea butter, like Palmers is good? Thanks
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you mean the place where your leg meets your crotch? i think that moist wipes would be fine to use there as long as you don't actually use them to wipe your vulva. i mean, baby wipes sort of serve the same function, right? in fact, maybe baby wipes would be a safer bet for you to use since they are gentle enough for delicate baby skin.
as for the shea butter, as long as you don't actually use it on your vulva, i'm sure it is as safe as any other lotion/moisturizer.
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