[SAJA SAJA #MISSJASJASXBEAUTY PRODUCT REVIEW] BETADINE FEMININE WASH FOAM FOR MY GIRLFRIENDS

January 04, 2018

This is the Betadine Feminine Foam Type that I bought from Watsons 
It contains natural extracts! Don't worry about it. 
Pump 2-3 times before first use! 

This is how the foam type was :) 
Do you ever know how to choose a correct product to wash your private part?

Do you ever know we need to use the feminine wash to wash our private part instead of our normal body wash?

For all my female readers and friends!
The questions' answers are YES. 
It’s better to use the feminine wash to wash your private part every day. Your private part is the most sensitive part of your body, and due to the structure of the vagina – it is easy to get infected.

Recently, I started to use this Betadine Feminine Wash after I won a small bottle (liquid type) from Kak Jueliza and I bought my 1st bottle Betadine Feminine Wash Foam Type from Watsons. I decided to use it for my whole life because I got infected by Urinary Tract Infection since I was 17 years old. It has been attacking me for 8 times and now I am 26 years old. I really hope that I could write this post even though it is non-sponsored post. I know you might feel shy and annoying if you read this blog post but please concern your health is very important especially our private part. 

There are 10 ways YOU'RE CLEANING YOUR VAGINA WRONGLY 

1. You're using scented soap 
Your vagina is definitely capable of cleaning itself, sometimes you want to give it a bit of extra help — particularly if it’s been a sweaty or sexy day. It's totally fine to soap off your vulva and labia (the external parts of your pussy). However, you need to make sure that you're using unscented soap. Perfumed soaps or cleansers can mess with your normal, healthy pH balance, causing unpleasant things like a yeast infection. The same goes for scented vaginal wipes and vaginal deodorants. So if you want to soap up in the shower, make sure your soap is fragrance-free.

2. You're Using Cleansers With 
Synthetic Chemicals
Most soaps and other cleansers have some sort of synthetic chemicals in them. This doesn't mean that they are automatically going to be bad for your body, but some people experience allergic reactions to these chemicals that can be very unpleasant. A lot of chemicals that kill bacteria kill all bacteria, which means they kill the good stuff that keeps you in healthy balance. Additionally, some people think that some of these chemicals are hormone disruptors, and since the skin of your vagina is so delicate and absorbent, more of these chemicals can easily get into your body. If that worries you, look for a natural cleanser with no synthetic chemicals.

3. You're Not Cleaning Your Labia
Your vaginal canal is great at cleaning itself, the folds of your labia need some help and attention. Make sure when you're cleaning yourself down there (with a gentle scent-free soap!) that you get into all your folds. This will ensure that any unwanted bacteria that's ended up in there gets removed before it can cause an infection.

4. You're Douching
If perfumed soap is harsh on a vagina, douching is even worse. All douches actually do is mess with the natural pH balance of your vagina, flushing out the good bacteria that live in there that are working hard to maintain your vaginal health. Douching can push unwanted bacteria further up your vaginal canal, which can cause infection even worse. If you’re thinking of douching because you’re experiencing unpleasant vaginal odors that you’re trying to get rid of, go see a doctor to find out the underlying cause. All a douche will do is mask the scent and probably make matters way worse.

5. You're Scrubbing Too Hard
It is totally normal that you want to rub-a-dub-dub yourself in the shower (I’m talking about cleaning yourself off) but be careful about going too intense with the scrubbing, particularly with rough items like loofahs. You don’t want to rub yourself raw, because raw skin is more likely to get infected. Basically, what you’re doing is chafing yourself, which can cause pain and irritation, make your skin red and itchy, or cause your skin to actually crack or peel.

6. You're Using Dirty Loofahs & Washcloths 
Your vagina is great at cleaning itself but why make it hustle, do you know it?  For instance, if you like to use a loofah or washcloth to clean your parts, make sure it’s not moldy. Leaving wet things in the shower means it probably will mold at some point, and you might not even know. Replace or wash them often!

7. You're Cleaning It Too Often
Getting clean on the regular is a good idea, but if you're cleaning your vagina more than once a day, you can be washing away the good bacteria that keeps your vagina healthy, without giving it enough time to replenish and rebalance. A good rule of thumb is to stick to no more than once a day — rinsing off doesn't count, I am talking about a full-on clean.

8. You're Forgetting To Pee After Sex
Cleansing correctly isn’t just about the cleaning products you can buy or how you shower. Urinating actually flushes out bacteria your body doesn’t want inside it — specifically in your urethra, since that’s where pee comes out. Peeing after sex is critical to helping your body flush out anything that may have ended up in your urethra during the bump and grind of sex. If that bacteria stays inside your body, you could get a urinary tract infection. This is not only painful and unpleasant but can be dangerous if left untreated, because the infection can travel up your body into your kidneys.

9. You're Spending Tons Of Time In The Bath
This one is for those of us who are prone to yeast infections and UTIs. If this is you, it’s important to know that your vagina is happiest when it’s dry and airy. That’s why you’re not supposed to hang out in your wet bathing suit all day. Sadly, the same goes for hanging out in a warm bath. It may be soothing, but it’s also getting your vagina all moist, aka ripe for a yeast infection! And if you're prone to UTIs, sitting in a warm bath can allow e. coli bacteria hanging out on your bum a chance to make its way into your urinary tract.

10. You're Removing Hair To Stay 'Clean'
How you landscape yourself is of course your decision, but if you like being bare down there, know this: Your hair is there for a reason, and that reason is because it acts as a cushion between your tender parts and the rough outside world. Specifically, it helps ensure that the delicate folds of your vaginal skin don't stick together, which can result in rash and infection. It also protects your vagina during sexual activity. Finally, this hair works as a net, trapping bacteria that could otherwise cause infections like bacterial vaginosis and urinary tract infections. The hair removal processes can also be a bit harsh on your vagina — potentially causing infection or burns. So this idea that removing pubic hair is somehow more hygienic? It's just the opposite.

Information above from Google.com that I copied and paste. 


I am giving this product 5/5 because it is really good for our private part, my dear female readers and friends! Also, I would like to say that my short and truth answers towards the questions are 
1. It is better you use feminine wash for your private part. I am recommend Betadine brand because I have use several brands for my private parts and it doesn't work well on me, that's why I got Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) for 8 times since I was 17 years old - 25 years old. 
2. My answer is same as number 1 answer 
3. Labia means female external genital organs. The external genital organs include the mons pubis, labia majora, labia minora, Bartholin glands, and clitoris. The area containing these organs is called the vulva.
4. Douching is the practice of washing or flushing the vagina with water or other fluids. Vaginal douches are available as prepackaged mixes, most commonly involving water mixed with vinegar, baking soda, or iodine. Douches are available at pharmacies and supermarkets.
5. I really advice that you need to wash your private part gently. 
6. It is important to make sure your loofah or washcloth is clean to wipe your private part after cleansing it. 
7. This is very true because if you clean too often, you can be washing away the good bacteria that keeps your vagina healthy, without giving it enough time to replenish and rebalance.
8. It is a must that you need to pee after sex because you will get UTI easily because you didn't wash out the bacteria. If left untreated, infection can travel up your body into your kidneys.
9. It is better that you take your bath for 15-20 minutes. 
10. This is very true also. The short answer is it is not hygienic if you removing your private part hair.  


For more information 
Betadine Feminine Wash Liquid Type Price : RM 62.83 @ Watsons
Betadine Feminine Wash Foam Type (100ml) Price : RM 19.90 @ Watsons 
Betadine Feminine Wash Foam Type (200ml) Price : 30.90 @ Watsons 
Please check out for promotions on Watsons Website 

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