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Darkness247

Try Purell and baby powder on your OBs

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Darkness247

For genital obs, girls I don't know how this would affect your sensitive but lovely area ;-) but it seems to work for me.

The key to get rid of the bumps is to keep the area clean and dry. In the morning and before bed wash the area spread a little Purell on it with a q tip. Then sprinkle baby powder on your entire genitalia (guys dont forget under the balls where the moisture collects). It helps dry the bumps much faster so you can get back to your life. Hope this helps...

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seashell

Ya, I was just gonna say my gyno told me that, too --- the link between female genital use of powder and vulva cancer.

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Darkness247

Didnt know that, cancer no good! So guys im only talking to you then.

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333hun

You can use Corn Starch instead of baby powder....and now BABY Powder has a line that only has corn starch, aloe, and fragrance....not the TALC.

So just use normal Corn Starch or Baby Powder with 100% Corn Starch.

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iron74

caldasene

ive been using caldasene talc which also has zinc oxide at 15%... it works well, as zinc oxide has been shown to kill the virus...

i powder on and gently massage it in...

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