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The vagina is a very sensitive part of the body, so it’s crucial to know how to best care for it. One of the most common concerns women have regarding their vagina is keeping it clean and taming any vaginal odor. In fact, 65% of women have felt insecure about their vaginal scents. 
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It's that time of year again when we are all faced with finding the perfect gift for someone we love. This year, I've gathered a handful of my very favorite and treasured recommendations that any loved one would appreciate. 

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We at Good Clean Love have advocated for the use of healthy ingredients in consumer products from our very start in 2003. We know how far-reaching the dangers of toxic chemicals are, and the serious effects they can have on a person’s long-term health and well-being – including their risk of developing cancers.
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Maybe you’re feeling extra dry because of hormonal changes during (and after) pregnancy. Or maybe you’ve just started having sex and you are learning about the kinds of touch that turn you on. Or maybe you’re having a dry spell because a medication you’re taking affects your body’s natural lubrication. You might even be going through menopause, a dramatic change of the body’s hormonal landscape, and you’d like a little more lubrication.
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Summer is here, and with it comes warm weather, beach vacations, sand, sun, saltwater, and …vaginal infections?! Nothing puts a damper on the fun like an infection. But why do doctors and other sexual health experts see such a spike in these infections during the warm summer months?
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Nearly half (44%) of people with vulvas have experienced vaginal dryness, leading to painful or uncomfortable sex. When dryness is an issue, a quality lubricant can be a lifesaver. Lubricants are a great way to increase pleasure and comfort during intimacy. But all lubricants are not alike.
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It’s not often that a reputable company gets savagely attacked in the media for a product that has helped thousands of people, but that’s what happened this week when Dr. Jen Gunter assaulted our Good Clean Love BiopHresh™ Vaginal Suppositories in her The Vagenda blog
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You may have seen it in anti-aging serums, daily cleansers, or even as a supplement. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is one of the trendiest ingredients on drugstore shelves today. And some of the most exciting developments in hyaluronic acid are the revolutionary ways HA locks in moisture in the vagina – something we took note of several years ago and used in product development of our new vaginal gel BioNourish™.
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For many women, the thought of cleansing and “freshening up” often occurs before sex. But, it is important to practice strong hygiene after intimacy as well. Always pee after having sex. This will really be helpful for women who struggle with urinary tract infections (UTIs). But, even if you are not prone to UTIs, it’s a good idea to pee after you have sex - even if you don’t necessarily feel like you have to.

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Ever had one of those days as a vagina owner where you wake up and something feels off? Maybe you’re slightly itchy down there, maybe your skin is irritated, or maybe it burns a bit when you urinate. Maybe you even notice a weird discharge. It happens to most of us. In fact, up to 75% of women will experience some form of vaginitis, or vaginal inflammation, at some point of their lives. Vaginitis can have many different causes, and some forms are more serious than others.

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Life is stressful, and the last thing you want to worry about is how to stay fresh down there all day. But what exactly does it mean to “stay fresh down there?” Our genitals are not exactly our armpits, where we can just put on a scented deodorant and go. Why shouldn’t we use scented vaginal wash products to feel fresh down there all day? The short answer is that the perfumes and fragrances that are often placed in vaginal deodorizers are simply not needed.
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