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What is Feminine Itch, Bikini Itch , and Panty Line Itch?
The distinction between Bikini Itch, Panty Line Itch, and Feminine Itch is that Feminine Itch usually refers to an itch that is internal (vaginally), and Bikini Itch and Panty Line Itch refer to an external itch. While each can have an effect on the other, they are distinctive in their beginning.
ItchyFree™Bikini Itch Cream provides immediate and permanent relief of Bikini or Panty-Line Itch by removing the bacteria or fungi, cleansing the area of the dead skin and irritants, and leaving a protective film that eliminates the itch, prospective bacteria, and fungi from returning.
What is Bikini Itch or Panty Line Itch?
Bikini Itch or Panty-Line Itch usually refers to an itch or rash affecting the area where the leg joins the pelvis. Fungi seem to thrive in dark, moist places. Bikini & Panty-Line itch have been found most often in females who wear swimming suits, bikini's, or extremely tight clothing. Even tight jeans can cause Panty- Line Itch.
Bikini Itch can also be caused from Feminine Itch, where fungi spread from the vaginal area to the wet areas of the pelvis/leg. Bikini Itch doesn't' always refer to a bacterial/fungal itch, but the treatment is usually the same.
What is Feminine Itch?
A healthy vagina is a slightly acidic environment that contains many microscopic organisms. The presence of any one type of organism is held in check by the amount and presence of the others. When this balance is upset, the vagina becomes a source of itching, pain, and possibly infection.
Bacterial vaginas (BV) is the most common type of vaginal infection (feminine itch) in women of childbearing age. Symptoms include unpleasant odor, excessive white or grayish discharge, and occasional burning and redness of the area. If you suspect you have BV, see your physician. If left untreated, this condition can have potentially serious consequences, including premature labor in pregnant women.
Yeast infections are also a common type of vaginal infection (about 75 percent of women experience it at least once in their lifetime). The symptoms of a yeast infection include mild to severe itching, redness and irritation, intense burning, and an odorless, thick, curd-like discharge (resembling cottage cheese). The first time you suspect a yeast infection, see your physician for treatment. Once you are familiar with the symptoms, your doctor may advise you to treat the infection yourself with a nonprescription medication.
Bikini-Itch and Panty-Line Itch Treatment?
ItchyFree™Bikini Itch Cream provides immediate and permanent relief of Bikini or Panty-Line Itch by removing the bacteria or fungi, cleansing the area of the dead skin and irritants, and leaving a protective film that eliminates the itch, prospective bacteria, and fungi from returning. You will know it is working immediately because your itch will be gone, and you will be able to walk normal, without the awareness that you even had a problem. ItchyFree™Bikini Itch Cream also prevents Bikini-Itch and Panty-Line Itch if applied regularly.