Phaedra Parks Says Her New Line Of Vaginal Wipes Will Make You “Juicy And Sweet”
Serial entrepreneur Phaedra Parks has ventured into numerous business lanes– from lawyer to mortician, now she’s diving down under to make sure that your nether regions are properly cared for.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum gathered a group of friends at her Atlanta home for a “Ladies Night Out” event and announced the launch of her vaginal wipe line, The Healthy Peach. The video was shared exclusively with TMZ.
“I am introducing a new product line. You know I’m known for my ‘badookadonk,’ but my new product line has to do something about…with your vagina,” Parks announced.
“So my new product line ‘The Healthy Peach,’ is about not having a tart peach,” Parks said. “I want the peaches to be sweet and fresh.”
“My Healthy Peach will make you juicy and sweet,” she continued.
Phaedra said the line will drop sometime next week. She says the wipes can be used for any and every occasion, from a late night creep, to a refresher after a long day.
While most of us grew up with conflicting messages regarding how to keep your vagina happy, (to douche or not to douche vs. is the vagina really a self-cleansing organ?) a 2017 InStyle report says that whether or not you decide to use vaginal wipes is based on a variety of factors. The outlet spoke with two medical professionals who gave sound advice on using vaginal cleansing wipes.
“Some women can use anything on their V and suffer no consequence,” said Dr. Alyssa Dweck, a practicing and Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Science at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. “Many women, however, are super sensitive when it comes to the ‘V’ skin (vulva) and often will suffer itching, irritation, burning, and propensity to infection.”
“If patients do feel strongly about using feminine wipes, I would suggest using ones that are unscented, glycerin and alcohol-free, as these ingredients can cause vaginal or vulvar dryness and potentially lead to a change in the natural pH of the vagina,” said Dr. Erica Hinz, an OBGYN at the NYU School of Medicine. “Other advice is to always wipe from front to back, avoid douching or other scented perfumes/products on the vagina/vulva and allow air to circulate after taking a shower or bath.”
To wipe or not to wipe using a cleansing cloth is still up in the air, but the choice is yours. You’ll have to look out for the official drop of “The Healthy Peach,” coming to a click near you.