Are you thinking about doing away with panties?
Some of us may think that this question is still up for debate, but scientifically there are real health benefits to both wearing and not wearing panties during the warmer months–and even in the fall and winter months in places with warmer climates.
Need to settle the debate once and for all? Here’s what people are saying:
Going without panties:
– Protects you from allergic reactions or sensitivities
– Protects your vulva from injury
– Helps reduce vaginal odor and discomfort
– Reduces the risk of developing yeast infections (i.e., Candida)
But we’ll let you make the decision for yourself. Here’s what you need to know:
Wearing panties is more comfortable than not wearing them.
Avoid chafing by wearing panties made from soft fabrics and steering clear of those lacey, rough fabrics that tend to rub against the creases of your private parts, which can result in irritation.
Air Flows Freely Without Panties in the Summer
One of the problems with underwear, especially the kind made of synthetic fabrics, is that it prevents air from flowing.
That’s not good. The most important thing about an undergarment is circulation. So, go for cotton or nothing at all.
Can’t fathom not wearing panties during the day?
At least, consider going commando at night.
Experts say that letting your vagina breathe at night helps avoid and even clear up infections as bacteria can collect in that part of the body, especially if it becomes too sweaty.
Bad Bacteria Less Likely to Migrate Without Panties in the Summer
Did you know thongs actually aid in the bacterial transfer from the anal area into the vaginal area?
Yes, even after you’ve showered.
So, if you’re worried about