Odor happens. The vagina is self-cleaning, yet receives most of the blame when something seems a little off-kilter below the belt. It’s no wonder the vagina is blamed, given the products available on the market and the message these products send to women about odor.
“Feminine odor” or “vaginal odor” products are everywhere! From heavily scented “numbing” creams for the vaginal area to douching (Yes, this still exists), intravaginal gels, tropical breeze powder sprays, washes, and wipes... I am here to declare the vagina is most often NOT TO BLAME for the day to day odor you may notice every time you take your pants down.
When bodily fluids come into contact with bacteria, odor happens. Lume halts that odor-causing reaction so you never worry about it again. Check that one off your list of concerns. Check!
Lume Deodorant for Underarms & Private Parts empowers women to eliminate external odors from all that life throws at them.
Lume Deodorant is Clinically-Proven; long-lasting 72-Hour Odor Control. Multi-purpose use makes Lume Deodorant for Underarms & Private Parts the crown jewel of hygiene products. Who doesn’t want to wake up on a Saturday morning, pull their hair back in a pony and remain confident that Lume has got you covered?
Bacterial Vaginosis, or BV, occurs due to an imbalance of bacteria typically found in the vagina. We have good bacteria that keep the vaginal pH low (lactobacillus) and bad bacteria that thrive when the pH goes up (several types). It’s a case of which came first– the higher pH, or the drop in good bacteria. Either way, science isn’t exactly sure why this happens, but oftentimes it goes away on its own. There are very few articles about Bacterial Vaginosis for the general public, so I hope this is helpful reading.
The most common symptom of BV is a “fishy odor,” but this can also occur with the most common causes of day-to-day external odor, too! So, if odor persists despite two-three days of using Lume for Private Parts, it may be something more concerning and you should see your gynecologist.
1. Intercourse with multiple sexual partners
2. A new sexual partner
3. Foreign bodies like Intrauterine Devices (IUD) and the use of sex toys (Wash your accessories)
4. Retained tampon (It’s top-of-the-charts odor)
5. Douching (Please, stop this)
1. A Change in Vaginal Discharge
2. Persistent External Itching
3. External Vulvar Burning
4. Burning with Urination
5. Pain with Intercourse
If you have concerns something more serious is going on, please see your gynecologist and put your mind at ease.
*Disclaimer: Lume is not intended to diagnose or treat infections of the vulva or vagina and should only be used externally.