Sunday, July 1, 2012

Douche Theory.

Do people still douche?  Is that still a thing?

I've always been under the impression that you shouldn't do it and I just figured it was one of those things like shaving; once you start doing it you have to keep doing it or the symptoms that made you start doing it in the first place keep coming back worse than they started out.  Like how you start out with the fine blonde hair on your legs and shaving makes it seem all prickly and dark and weird.

I keep seeing advertisements for a vaginal pH balancing cream and one of the times the ad recommended use was after douching.  So...  Maybe if you don't douche you don't have to spend the money on the pH balancing cream?  Or the douche?

Just a thought.

Maybe I'm just super minimalist when it comes to my lady parts.

Less fuss, less problems.

If nothing weird goes in, then nothing weird comes out.


  1. I heard that commercial today as well, and I shit you not, I had the same exact though. "Who actually douches?"

  2. Yeah, it's actually recommended that you don't douche, as it can actually dry you out more and make you less able to clean yourself out. Like Dr. Oz says, "The vagina is a self-cleaning oven."