Yeah, Don't Put Glitter in Your Vagina. With a few exceptions, it’s just generally a good rule of thumb not to put random stuff in your vagina.
In the latest cautionary tale, a predatory company has been pushing a sold out product called “Passion Dust” that doctors warn you should definitely not put in your vagina. Do you ever feel not so fresh, down there?
Or do you worry about your flappy ol’ ham sandwich being . It promises consumers a product that is “just enough to make your lover feel that your Yara (water- lady or little butterfly) is what all vaginas are supposed to look, feel and taste like; soft, sweet and magical!”Made from gelatin, starch- based edible glitter, acacia (gum arabic) powder, Zea Mays starch and vegetable stearate, Passion Dust is not as safe as it claims, according to gynecologists.
Fifteen minutes beneath 41-degree Fahrenheit water is a crippling experience, and possibly death sentence for a two-year-old. These are just not conditions that.
Search settings; Web History : Advanced search Language tools. Pretty Women Inc’s website literally warns people not to listen to doctors.
Vanessa Mackay, spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) tells The Independent. Jen Gunter is a Canadian gynecologist who is known for writing critical blog posts about Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand GOOP. She authored a takedown of Passion Dust that should give any potential buyers second thoughts. Here are some selections from her post: Just because something is safe for your lips, for example glitter lip gloss, doesn’t mean it is safe for the vagina.. If . Studies looking at treating bacterial vaginosis with vaginally administered probiotics were halted because the glucose keeping the probiotics alive made the bad bacteria go wild. Dr. Gunter also takes issue with the sexist overtones of the product and her thoughts are well- worth reading in full.
Consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist Shazia Malik also tells The Independent that Passion Dust users could run the risk of inflammatory discharge and tiny scratches that might lead to sex not being fun at all. Pretty Women Inc’s website literally warns people not to listen to doctors. We’re guessing that won’t be getting updated anytime soon..