Wipes To Make After-Sex Cleanup Simple
Perhaps the least-documented of all sexual acts, is the post-sex cleanup.
It’s strange. We’re all in agreement that sex gets messy… pretty much every time.But we really don’t talk about it, not even a little bit. And without any how-to guides leading the way… really all bets are off. People have been left to their own devices for far too long in this sector, and the feedback we’re getting is extremely varied. We interviewed a range of people, and their after-sex responses ranged from unhygienic to haunting.
Cleanup consisted of answers like, “dick in the sink” to “t-shirt” to “cum towel” and “baby wipes”. But overall, it really feels like we’re all sort of winging it…
Basically, however you’re confronting this post-sex sitch, SKYN wants you to know: there’s a better way!
SKYN’s Get Fresh Intimate Cleansing Wipes are super gentle, moisturizing with shea butter and provitamin B5, and can be found on the same shelf as condoms and lube.
All SKYN products are designed using the very latest technology to give couples the most intimate sexual experience. From condoms, to lube, to toys, to delay spray for men… SKYN products are simple and natural.
And whatever you like to do right after sex, we promise that Get Fresh wipes will have a place, and may just be your favorite new habit ❤
Blogger, Emma A. writes, “I don’t think my partner and I have ever had a discussion about who should clean me off after sex. He’s just always taken care of it. And that makes sense to me. As far as I see it, it’s the gentlemanly thing to do… I also invested in a baby wipe warmer, which has been great!”
A pre-pee wipe is perfect… and this is the biggest post-sex advice. Always pee after sex! It will protect against dreaded urinary tract infections (UTIs) and will flush out any bacteria in the urethra from penetrative sex. Condoms can help reduce the spread of bacteria, but it’s still always a good idea to pee asap regardless.
Sperm has been known to throw off the pH balance of vaginas, so these wipes are the perfect tool to wash away any bacteria and quickly re-balance your pH. Healthy vaginas “have a pH between 3.8 and 4.5, which makes them slightly acidic. Semen, on the other hand, is between 7.1 and 8 — making it slightly alkaline. As a result, semen can potentially disrupt the delicate balance that’s ideal for vaginal flora” states Dr. Susie Gronski. Vaginal canals on the other hand, will clean themselves, (vaginas are good like that) — so never douche or attempt to clean the inside.