Toothpastes Don't Tighten Vagina, Neither Does It Freshen up Your Genitals; Here's Why You Shouldn't Fall for This Bizzare Trend!
Toothpaste on Vagina for Tightening (Photo Credits: Pixabay and Unsplash)

We are back with yet another weird thing that people are inserting in their vagina. SMH. Just when we thought that we're done with ridiculous things done to vaginas, experts have this to say: Toothpaste doesn't tighten vaginas. It is shocking that we have to mention this in the first place, but apparently, that's exactly what's happening. Certain tweets and posts by people advocating the use of toothpaste for the vagina have been all over the internet. Propagating false information about vagina wellness can be dangerous on so many levels. Just recently, a similar "hack" was doing the rounds that advocated the application of toothpaste on the penis to last longer in bed.

Whether it is new vaginal care products or therapies like vaginal steaming, etc. every day we see something new come that has to either be inserted or applied on the female genitals. The list of things you should never put into your vagina is only increasing. We have witnessed intimate wash creams, herb infusions, to vaginal softner and fillers. Other items that went into many vaginas this year as per the trend are vaginal glitter and vaginal jade eggs.

Why Should You Not Use Toothpaste To Tighten your Vagina

First of all, WHY ON EARTH? Second, not only will it do absolutely nothing for you but also play with the pH level of your vagina. It can, in fact, lead to irritation and infections in and around the vagina. Moreover, sugar and chemicals might ruin your vaginal environment.

Moreover, you should try out anything else (except for masturbation and sex) with your vagina without any expert suggesting you to do so. Just earlier this year, doctors had to warn women against inserting parsley up their vaginas to induce periods. The strange practice started among women after an article in women's magazine Marie Claire suggested them to do so. Often hormonal imbalance results in irregular periods or at times women may want to get their periods early due to an event in future.