Even if your vagina doesn’t smell or taste bad, you may want to improve it. Having a vagina that tastes and smells good gives you more confidence during sex and makes you feel healthier.
1. Proper hygiene
While the inside of the vagina is generally kept clean, the outside may need a little help at times. Wash every day with a mild soap without additives to keep your vagina fresh and smelling pleasant.
Whether or not to shave your pubic hair is a personal choice, and you shouldn’t do it if you are uncomfortable with it. However, if you don’t mind the idea, consider that once the pubic hair is gone, things like sweat and loose urine droplets won’t get trapped in the area. If you notice that your vagina smells bad, it could be odors trapped in the hair and not in the vagina itself. Shaving will also improve the taste of the vagina, in the same way that it improves smell.
3. Flavored oils
Flavored massage oils are available that can be used in the vagina to improve taste and smell. However, these should only be used during sexual intercourse, not during daily activities. Still, if you are looking for a quick improvement in taste and smell for an intimate moment, massage oils are a good option. Make sure the type you get is specifically designed for sex, and always test a small amount first to know that your vagina isn’t too sensitive for the product.
4. Drink juice
Cranberry and pineapple juice have been reported to improve the taste and aroma of vaginal discharge. Cranberry juice naturally fights harmful bacteria in the urinary tract system, so this will also help improve urine odor. Even if you only drink one glass of one of these juices a day, you can still see changes. The pineapple juice trick works for men too, so if you live with your partner, consider giving it a try with you.
If you notice a persistent vaginal odor, you may be suffering from some kind of infection, so see a doctor if these natural tips don’t improve your condition.