We found out whether these beauty buys live up to their promise, and if they're safe to use. In a new post on her app, she shares her eight favorite products to give your "v-jay some TLC. Let's see which ones are worth trying.
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A vagina by every other name. We're all adults here. That's why it's not necessary to call a vagina anything but a vagina.
Over the weekend, Kim Kardashian posted a photo of herself sitting spread eagle in a swimsuit and drinking pineapple juice from a can, as one does. Her caption? The gist: The juice can make you smell better.
Kourtney Kardashian is finding herself in a sticky situation after she attempted to promote feminine wash on her Poosh website without actually using the word vagina. Fans are outraged that instead of the literal word, she used descriptions like "hoo-ha" to make it sound cute, as if to say vagina is a disgusting word. Tons of followers are taking to social media and unloading on the "Keeping Up With The Kardashian" star for her attempt in avoiding the word.
Yup, while most new mums are busy getting to grips with their newborn babies when they get out of the hospital, Kimmy K, on last night's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashiansadmitted that she had something else on her mind:. It looks better looking than before! Which, obviously, means that Kim has looked at and admired her vagina before having a baby too.
Kourtney Kardashian's company, which aims to encourage a healthy lifestyle, has also been roasted on Twitter for insisting on calling vaginas 'hoo-has'. Kourtney Kardashian's lifestyle company Poosh has drawn heavy criticism for encouraging women to clean their vagina with expensive products - and not even being able to call it by its name. In a tweet, the company wrote: "Keep your yoni healthy with these non-toxic feminine washes that won't harm your hoo-ha.