Thanks for your question! The answer is Yes! When showering or bathing, wash your vulva with warm water and mild or unscented soap. Separate your labia and let the warm soapy water clean all around the clitoral hood and between your labia. This will rinse off any secretions that get stuck in between skin folds. Make sure the water isn’t too hot and remember to rinse off all the soap then pat dry your vulva. Never douche or use feminine deodorant sprays, bubble bath, wipes, bath oils, or other perfumed products on your vulva or in your vagina as they can cause irritation, allergic reactions, or remove the natural fluid that keeps your vagina clean.
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