Intimate Care Guide

Everything there is to know about your intimate area

Let’s get public about privates

Historically, talking about a woman’s intimate area has often been taboo. Documents to educate and provide information don’t show much and often do not show all of the female sex. 

This leads to women not really knowing their bodies and intimate area very well. Yet it is essential to know your body: understanding your intimate area is vital to being able to look after it. This also enables women to accept themselves better, to build self-confidence and take charge of their health. 

In terms of health, knowledge is power!

And to know yourself, first of all you have to lay the foundations by looking at the anatomy: vulva, clitoris, reproductive system and perineum are on the program of the Guide to the Intimate Area! Once the foundations have been laid, we move on to focus on the vulva with the concept of vulva-mapping and the myth of the “normal vulva”. We then explain the words of the female anatomy in the chapter “Lots of words can be used for the anatomy”. When you get to these pages of the guide, you’ll have already learnt quite a lot. This is therefore the time to test yourself with the crosswords we’ve created about your intimate area. The final chapter, and a good one at that, is devoted to your personal hygiene.

You’ll know everything about looking after your intimate area from advice to the right things to do!

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¹Source: https://www.urofrance.org/2019/03/27/pour-43-des-francais-lincontinence-est-un-sujet-tabou

²Pelvi’tonic prevents and reduces bladder leaks thanks to strengthening the perineum. Manufactured by ECAREYOU Innovation SL, distributed by Laboratoires Iprad Pharma. Read the package leaflet carefully. You are advised to consult a health professional prior to use. This medical product is a regulated health product bearing the CE mark, in line with this regulation.

³Bladder weakness panties, a solution for women experiencing mild to moderate urinary leakage. Made by IMPETUS Portugal Texteis, SA, distributed by Laboratoires Iprad Santé. Read the package leaflet carefully. You are advised to consult a health professional prior to use. This medical product is a regulated health product bearing the CE mark, in line with this regulation.