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Hair wash: Yes, no harm in trying. Skin cleansers, shampoos, etc are formulated to work best on the area of the body they are intended for. But there is no harm to try a skin cleanser to shampoo with. ...Read more
No not a good idea: It is not a good idea as soap even dov can dry your scalp.Use a shampoo for your kind of hair oily or dry. ...Read more
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Maybe: I've seen blogs where women have done this. However, you may upset the pH balance of your vagina which is needed to maintain natural vaginal hygiene. Cetaphil is fine for cleansing the vulva and may soothe irritation. The best vaginal cleanser is really plain yogurt that is washed out with warm water. Yogurt has a pH of 4 and is soothing for most women. ...Read more
Yes: Baby wipes are generally safe for skin and genital contact for adults as well as children. Double check the ingredient list and don't use if you have allergies to the ingredients. Be aware that baby wipes will NOT prevent or cure infections - if you have pain, itching, or a rash on your penis, have it evaluated by a medical provider. ...Read more
Is it okay to wash my scalp with Dove Unscented Body Wash or the dove bar soap? Shampoo's make me itchy.
Wash: Dove is considered one of the more milder soaps. Soaps are always more drying in general compared to non soap cleansers such as cetaphil or cereve cleansers which are a benefit to those with sensitive skin. ...Read more
Not the inside: You should wash the vulva (the outside) with a gentle soap and warm water. But you should not wash inside or douche. The vagina has normal, healthy bacteria in it that keep the vagina clean and working normally. Washing with soap or douching with anything can change that for the worse. Then you are left with more discharge and problems than you started with. ...Read more
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Dr or no? Used brush handle to
masturbate, sanitized with rubbing alcohol and rinsed with soap and water before use. Cut and slight bleeding.
Here are some...: By history, apparently physical irritation played an important role in inducing the reported result after masturbation; so stop its use & seek evaluation and counseling so to upgrade the practice of safe sex with current available concept and means. One point I would like to praise your effort to sanitize the improvised device, but still may pose chemical irritation to few beside it "roughness". ...Read more