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The Kushae Valentine's day gift guide for every woman in your life

The Kushae Valentine's day gift guide for every woman in your life

There is nothing wrong with flowers and chocolates on Valentine’s Day if that is what you really want, but for those of us who want gifts that make us feel truly loved and cherished, Kushae is the ultimate season-of-love gift —for you, for them, and yes, for us, too.
The Top 5 Issues A Vulva Routine Can Help You Solve Down There

The Top 5 Issues A Vulva Routine Can Help You Solve Down There

Do I really need a skincare or feminine hygiene routine for down there? The short answer is yes! But it's a bit more complex than that. Before we dive into why you need a skincare and feminine hygiene routine for down there, it is crucial to note that when we say vulva, we are talking about the exterior bits of your nether regions, not the vaginal canal.

How To Take Care Of Your Vulva and Vagina in 2023

How To Take Care Of Your Vulva and Vagina in 2023

The vulva is sensitive, and just like our faces, skin, and bodies, it needs its own feminine hygiene routine to thrive and stay healthy. Developing a feminine hygiene routine for our vulvas can also help us avoid vulvovaginal irritation and certain vaginal infections such as BV and yeast infections.
Why Does My Vagina Smell Like Onions?

Why Does My Vagina Smell Like Onions?

Each woman has her unique vaginal smell, and that odor can change throughout the month. Unusual smells like a vaginal onion odor can be caused by several factors. With quick changes to your lifestyle, they will go away, and your typical scent will return. 
Can Probiotics Help Vaginal Health?

Can Probiotics Help Vaginal Health?

Probiotics can have several effects on the body. They work to help your body's microorganisms return to a healthy condition or maintain a healthy vaginal microbiome and provide relief from bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections.
Ask the experts: My Discharge Smells Bad But Not Fishy. Should I Be Concerned?

Ask the experts: My Discharge Smells Bad But Not Fishy. Should I Be Concerned?

A fishy smell is often an indicator of a bacterial infection, but other smells can also be cause for alarm. In this edition of "Ask the Experts," we'll dive into what it means if "my discharge smells bad but not fishy."
5 Ways To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odor

5 Ways To Get Rid Of Vaginal Odor

There are many different causes of vaginal odor, but fortunately, there are also many ways to get rid of it. In this blog post, we will discuss the top methods for getting rid of vaginal odor as well as the way to differentiate between normal odor and discharge.
Why Do I Have A Yeast Infection?

Why Do I Have A Yeast Infection?

Yeast infections are caused by yeast overgrowth and can be contracted through sexual contact. However, yeast infections can also result from antibiotic usage, pregnancy, and menopause.
Do I Have A Yeast Infection?

Do I Have A Yeast Infection?

With 138 million women worldwide impacted by this type of fungal infection, you're not alone in dealing with this type of issue. Yeast infections are a type of vaginitis that is caused by an overgrowth of the yeast species Candida.
Possible Causes of a Smelly Vagina

Possible Causes of a Smelly Vagina

Feminine odor varies amongst all women and changes throughout the menstrual cycle. A typical vaginal smell can be musty or fleshy. While having a vaginal odor is normal, there are times when a vaginal odor signals something down there is off.
Ask the Experts: I don't have a yeast infection, so why is my vagina itchy?

Ask the Experts: I don't have a yeast infection, so why is my vagina itchy?

Vaginal itchiness is a common experience amongst many women. Several causes result in an itchy vagina. Some cases of vaginal itchiness are simple, while others may require medical treatment. Dr. Barb, board-certified OB/GYN, is here to answer a few questions to ease your mind.
What are Boric Acid Suppositories?

What are Boric Acid Suppositories?

Boric acid has been used for centuries to treat vaginal infections and help restore pH balance. Boric acid or H3BO3 is a weak acid that derives from boric oxide. It is used as an antifungal and antiviral substance to help treat several bacterial infections in the vagina.