Our kitties deserve the same amount of attention that we give to our hair, face, body, and nails to stay fresh, clean, and healthy! There are different ways to maintain a healthy vagina by taking daily vitamins, using pH-balanced washes and products to keep down there happy. With the Kushae Signature Kit, vaginal self-care is as easy as 1,2,3!
This kit consists of most of the products Kushae has to offer. In this kit, you will find the full-size Gentle Foaming Wash, full-size Natural Feminine Deodorant Spray, full-size Natural Feminine Soothing Cream, and full-size Protective Feminine Balm.
You planned your vacation, and here comes our period to ruin everything! Say goodbye to those issues that our foremothers had to endure. Menstrual cups and even tampons offer a lot of freedom to do activities you thought were impossible.
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Millions of people are battling cancer every year, and the rate of cancer is 442.4 per 100,000 for both men and women (National Institute of Cancer, 2019). According to the National Cancer Institute, there were an estimated 1,806,590 new cancer cases in the United States, with 606,520 cancer patients dying in 2020. To fight cancer and come out of the other as a survivor is a huge victory.
Vaginal issues can lead to sexual dysfunction. This dysfunction lowers arousal, self confidences, and orgasms. With the help of Dr. Barb, board-certified OB/GYN, we will examine three lifestyle choices that affect “down there” and some ways to keep your vagina pH balanced.
This June, we are launching a long-kept secret product to the Kushae collection, menstrual cups! There are clear cups for the ladies who prefer to see their blood and pink cups for those who like to be discreet and keep it moving.
Menstrual cups are composed of silicone or rubber and are inserted inside the vagina to collect menstrual blood. They are often reusable feminine products that can last for 1-2 years or longer. Unlike tampons and pads, menstrual cups hold more blood and can be worn for up to 12 hours a day.
Depending on your flow, you may have tried tampons and pads. Now with reusable cups, some women are looking into learning the risks and benefits. So what are the pros and cons between pads, cups, and tampons? Which one is best for you?
Vaginal discharge is a mixture of fluid and cells from the vagina. Vaginal discharge varies in color, texture, appearance, and odor depending on certain factors like birth control. Normal vaginal discharge is acidic, thick, mucus-like, and appears white or clear with a slight smell that is not offensive. Sometimes, normal discharge can look yellowish.