Maintaining intimate hygiene is important for your health and well-being. And when it comes to cleaning the anus, many people just aren’t doing it right. Sometimes, if you don’t wipe properly, fecal matter can accumulate in the anal area causing irritation and discomfort, and being the cause of odors.
Here is some Instructions
- Always wipe from front to back with gentle movements. Never wipe in the opposite direction, to prevent feces from coming into contact with your genital area and causing infection. No need to be harsh, so you avoid hurting yourself.
- It’s important to continue wiping until the fecal matter is completely gone. A good way to avoid irritation and discomfort caused by toilet paper is to initially clean most of the stool with toilet paper, and then finish cleaning yourself with special wet wipes. Or you can also use baby wipes. If you have sensitive skin, make sure that you use wet wipes that are for sensitive skin and that are not scented to prevent irritation. These products are very effective for cleaning the anus, reducing irritation and discomfort, while providing a thorough cleansing and leaving you with a more comfortable feeling.
Use wet wipes or baby wipes to clean your anus until you have completely removed all fecal matter.
Most people don’t wipe their butts properly, simply because most people who use toilets also tend to use “handfuls of wadded paper.”
Here’s a funny question. You ever notice how we don’t use toilet paper on babies? And why not? Because that will just not
handle the job. If you want that baby-bottom clean, you bust out the baby wipes, otherwise, you’ll be there all day and wind up with a chaffed-and-rashed mini-human. And nobody wants that.
Then…for some inexplicable reason…once we get ourselves potty-trained…we de-evolve into using toilet paper. Think about that for a second.
But baby wipes – which are essentially nothing more than paper towel soaked in witch hazel and baby oil – accomplish more than water or toilet paper, in whatever way you want to use them.