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Keep vaginal area dry & use ISP Ointment.

Here's what I've found that works great for vaginal
itching, as well as, for a chronic discharge. It's
a simple solution that actually takes care of the
itching, discomfort, discharge & odor, if you have
that. ISP contains nothing artificial like fragrances, chemicals or coloring, so it won't cause
an allergic reaction like many feminine hygiene products.

All I do is, after taking a bath or shower, dry the
vaginal area thoroughly,(excess moisture in the vaginal area contributes to the problem), then take
about a 1/4 teaspoon of ISP Ointment (available online, just google it), and apply or gently swipe
the vaginal area with it. That's all there is to
it. ISP contains iodine,sulfur,peppermint oil, cocoa
butter in a refined petrolatum base, all ingredients
that fight bacteria and keep the area smelling fresh
from the peppermint. Best of all, when I look at
my underwear, they're clean!!! Hope this helps.

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