Ever since I've been old enough to sneak copies of Teen Magazine at the middle school library, I've known that vaginas sorry, "down theres" are mysterious, confusing places that need to be waxed, washed, wiped, and maintained lest all men run screaming away from you and you end up spending your life attachment parenting a series of rescue cats. As I matured and graduated to an entirely new level of man-obsessed stupidity in magazines, I gradually realized that while ladymags dispense plenty of advice on how vaginas should look, there's no real yardstick on how they should taste, or how a high achieving gal like me who just wants to have the tastiest snatch in town could go about getting it. Science must have some answers, right? Before we go any further, and lest I be accused of perpetuating the "man pleasing" ethos that permeates grocery store women's mags, I'd like to point out that having a tasty vagina isn't necessarily strictly a man-pleasing move; it's more a politeness move.
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3 Ways to Make Your Vagina Smell Good - wikiHow
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10 Ways To Make Your Vagina Smell Better Naturally
Every healthy woman has her own noticeable vaginal odor, even if she practices proper hygiene. It is similar to light fermented milk or musk. However, the odor is not always the same.
While some women do not like the smell of their own vagina, the fact of the matter is that a healthy vagina doesn't smell bad. A healthy vagina naturally contains a wealth of bacteria which keep it in working order and clean, much like your other internal organs. Truly bad vaginal odor is a result of infections or bacterial imbalances and you should see a doctor to solve this problem. To make your vagina smell good, make sure to wash regularly to keep the area clean and get rid of any bacteria. Try to find fragrance-free soaps to avoid any skin irritation and bad odor.