Essential Oils for Vaginal Odor and Feminine Hygiene

What essential oils are good for vag odor? 

If we are being honest, ladies, we can all admit experiencing a time or two when we did not smell quite right. You know…down there. Once you notice it, it becomes a priority to get rid of vaginal smell as quickly as possible.

We may not like to talk about it, but ignoring it will not help us get rid of vaginal odor. Sure, it is normal to have some odor from your vagina. The best way to describe it is musky. Sometimes the smell is slightly different – like during or right after your period – when it might be more metallic. A “fishy” smell or other strong odor is not normal and can signal something is amiss.

Before you start furiously Googling “how to get rid of vaginal odor,” take a few minutes to read on to learn how certain practices and essential oils for feminine hygiene can naturally help keep a smelly vagina in check.

How to make your vagina smell good

Practicing good hygiene should go without saying, but we will say it anyway. Clean the outside of your vagina with a gentle soap to rid yourself of dirt, sweat, and dead skin. A healthy vagina will cleanse itself internally. Never use feminine products with harsh chemicals or additives. They can upset the natural pH of your vagina. Do not use loofahs down there, either. That is a surefire way to cause small tears in the skin that can make you susceptible to infection.

Essential oils for vaginal odors

If you are practicing good hygiene and still feel the need for some extra deodorizing, you can use certain essential oils for vaginal odors. Here are our top 4 picks.

1. Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is a go-to essential oil for many ailments because of its amazing antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Some evidence suggests tea tree oil is an effective treatment for vaginal yeast infections from Candidiasis. It is one of the reasons it is an ingredient in our V-Blissful Soothe Spray Solution.

If you decide to give tea tree oil a try, make sure you follow these guidelines for safe use: add 3 to 4 drops of tea tree essential oil into 1 cup of warm water and rinse the outside of your vaginal area. Do this once a day for a week for the best results. You also can opt to use our V-Blissful Soothe Spray Solution if you can’t mix your own.

2. Oregano oil

Oil of oregano is a great natural treatment for bacterial vag, which is one of many reasons your vagina might have a persistent odor. Some women also have found it helpful in treating yeast infections. Using an oregano essential oil with high levels of the phenol Carvacrol is recommended.

You can make an oregano essential oil spray to use topically. Dilute 2 to 3 drops of it with a carrier oil and apply directly to the affected area. You also can mix it with water in the same way as the tea tree oil and spray liberally.

3. Lavender oil

Using lavender oil for feminine odor is popular. Not only is it an effective feminine odor remedy and vaginal deodorizer, but it can also help treat bacterial vaginosis.

Lavender oil has natural antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. The best way to use it is by mixing 10 drops of lavender essential oil with 8 ounces of water and 1 tablespoon of witch hazel. Use it as a vaginal wash after showering.

4. Peppermint oil

Using peppermint essential oil for your vagina is another effective option for getting rid of vaginal odor naturally. Peppermint, like tea tree oil and lavender, has antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties. Use it to help treat vaginal conditions that can lead to persistent odors. Mix a few drops with 8 ounces of water and use as a vaginal spray after showering.

Try out any of these amazing essential oils or our V-Blissful Soothe Spray Solution to naturally freshen your vagina so you can stop whiffing and wondering.

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