khloe kardashian vitamin e oil advice is not so good for your lady parts apparently
Khloe Kardashian cares about you.
She cares about your v*g*na.
And, not unlike your boyfriend or whatever Tinder dude you may have banged this week, she wants it to be tight and moist.
That's right. I said moist.
All together now:
So Khloe took her amateur gynecological aspirations to her app, where she instructed fans to slather their lady parts with Vitamin E, saying:
No joke:.Vitamin E may strengthen v*gin*l lining! Moisturize your labia and v*g*na with Vitamin E oil to combat dryness and soothe irritation.
Before you and your loose lips dart out to Whole Foods, don't.
There are better options for you, sister girl.
I mean you and your sister girl.
It turns out though, not only is rubbing vitamin E all in your crotch can be a bad, bad thing.
San Francisco Bay Area OB/GYN and writer Dr. Jennifer Gunter explains that vitamin E is toxic at high doses.
It can break down condoms, and recent studies show that lots of vitamin E can "shorten your lifespan."
As she puts it, "The optimum dose is pretty low. Antioxidants in high doses may well be harmful."
She tells The Daily Beast:
I would not recommend this nor is there any study that looks at this for healthy, premenopausal women.
If you are 32 and have a dry v*g*na, see your doctor and try a silicone-based lube.
Dr. Gunter is also not a fan of Gwyneth Paltrow's steaming craze or the trendy "yoni massage," which is basically when you pay a stranger to finger bang you.
For men, it's known as the ancient healing Sanskrit practice "rub 'n tug."
But back to the box.
As Dr. Gunter says: "If your v*g*na is fine, leave it alone."
But where's the fun in that?
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