Betadine Intimate Care Review

What’s up baby girl!

So I’ve been testing out the brand new Intimate Care range from Betadine for the past week. 

I’ve always been a user of Intimate mate washes, the benefits for your lady bits are much better than using soap down there. You should NEVER be using soap on your intimate areas babes. 

Why Not Soap?

Soap and shower gels can disturb the natural p.H. Levels of your lady bits because they are not designed for it. Your p.H. levels determines the acidity of your intimate area and is directly related to your health. Imbalanced p.H. levels can lead to unpleasant odour, irritation and itchiness. 

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Betadine Intimate Care

Betadiene has created an intimate foam, as well as a wash which have been designed to support the natural p.H. levels of the intimate areas. It’s natural ingredients and TRI-CARE+ formula is combined with prebiotics to offer optimal daily protection from unwanted symptoms such as odour, itch and irritation associated with p.H. imbalance.

The Benefits?

  • Natural Ingredients
  • Gynaecologically Tested
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No Parabens or Colourants

My Review

I enjoyed using this product. Its got a very nice scent and is gentle on my intimate areas- leaving me feeling super fresh after a shower. The foam and the wash are both amazing products, but I think I prefer the wash as you only need a small amount and it foams up as soon as it’s applied.

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Price?

BETADINE™ Daily Intimate Foam – 100 ml – R49.95 and 200 ml – R64.95

BETADINE™ Daily Intimate Wash – 50ml – R39.95 and 150ml – R49.95

These prices make this a great and affordable addition to your daily routine, throw away the soaps and add Betadine Intimate Care to your routine. 

Until Next Time!

Nadine 

Why You Should Give Your Gyno A Call!

Hey 20 Somethings!

Now I know, there is nothing more awkward than the thought of having to undress from the bottom down and place your legs on stirrups, exposing yourself in places you’d rather not be exposed in. But let’s be real. Gynecologist appointments are something you just have to accept as a part of your female life.

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A lot of 20 something women are under the impression that they only need to see a Gyno when they’re pregnant or trying to get pregnant. Nope! You should be seeing a gynaecologist as soon as you start having sex. Otherwise the recommended age to start making those appointments is 21.

Some experts say you should only schedule a pap once every three years, others recommend getting it done annually. It all depends on your body, you and your doctor will be able to discuss how frequent you should be coming in.

So what is a Pap Smear?
Pap Smears are tests that can detect abnormal cells in or on the cervix. (The type of cells that can be cancerous) Pap Smears help identify abnormal cells and treat them before they can become cancerous. (See why they’re important?)

Fact: Cervical Cancer is the number 1 ranked cancer in women aged 15 to 44 in South Africa.

It’s important you are educated about what’s going on down there. Ask your doctor lots of questions, it’s your body after all. Your doctor can also explain ways to avoid STDs and unwanted pregnancies if you are sexually active.

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Another important conversation to have with your Gyno is whether to get the HPV Vaccination, which can help in preventing Cervical Cancer drastically.

Also, Gynecologists are not what our mother’s experienced, so if you’re worried about having a man all up in your business, stop. There are PLENTY of amazing female Gyno’s who will make you feel so comfortable and at ease.

So what are you waiting for? Schedule an appointment now!

Until next time!
Nadine.