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"The skin around our vulva is generally similar to the skin on the rest of our body and can be complicated with common skin conditions such as dryness, eczema, psoriasis, and contact dermatitis. Just like the skin in other part of the body, the skin around our vulva becomes thinner and loses its elasticity as we age. Hair greying, loss and reduced growth are also observed. Therefore care of the vulva is equally important as our care for our skin elsewhere."

Dr Tan Toh Lick, MBBS (London) FRCOG (UK), Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Thomson Women’s Clinic

What's the state of your affairs?

Because concerns can differ vastly, here’s how to identify your vulva status.
Indecent exposure

Indecent exposure

Exposure to the sun = melanin production = pigmentation. BUT there are also beachside daybeds, towels and lying on the sand. All these lead to vulva irritation!
Loosen Up

Loosen Up

Wearing tight-fitting clothes and undergarments, can inhibit blood circulation in the vulva, resulting in intertrigo (inflamed skin folds) and folliculitis (ingrown hair).
No Hair Affair

No Hair Affair

If you regularly go bare, you’re taking a great next step in your vulva care regime. The best part: you can do it at your own pace — and space.

your vulva ritual begins with

What can you achive in 15 minutes?

Toss in a load of laundry. Cook yourself lunch. Have a quickie workout (or just a quickie). Gain a rejuvenated vulva.

where is your vulva?

The vulva is more than just the labia — it’s the sum of many parts.