Hot Personal & Feminine Hygiene How-Tos

How To: Remove hair color/makeup stains with tea tree oil

If you've ever suffered from acne you've probably also suffered from choosing an acne product that actually works. Some cleansers and moisturizers are too drying, others are harsh and stinging, and some feel good on skin but just don't work. But if you've ever stumbled upon tea tree oil, then you know that this natural oil both moisturizes and helps relieve acne with no unpleasant side effects.

How To: Insert a tampon with ease

Nervous about using tampons? A lot of women are scared about using a tampon for the first time. This how to video will teach you the proper way to insert a tampon. They key to wearing a tampon comfortably is to relax. So watch this tutorial and you will be using tampons with ease in no time at all.

How To: Insert a Tampon Like an Adult

Inserting a tampon is a rite of passage for every teenage girl, so it's important to know how to insert a tampon the right way. It could seem tricky at first, but after trying several times, tampon insertion becomes as easy as putting on a glove. It just takes practice, & this video will show you the animated process. The key is to RELAX! Worrying about it may make you tense, making insertion even harder.

How To: Use a Bidet Properly

This short animated clip gives you all the tools and instructions you need to learn to use a bidet properly. Bidets are pretty common fixtures in Europe, and if you've ever been befuddled by operating one, this video makes it clear what you should do. Do your business, turn the spray on, and clean your areas as needed. You'll be leaving the bathroom feeling clean and as fresh as a daisy.

How To: Use a menstrual cup

The menstrual cup is a great alternative to tampons and pads. This feminine hygiene product is reusable, eco-friendly and much cheaper than disposable tampons and pads. This tutorial teaches you how to insert and remove the menstrual cup. Watch this how to video and maybe you will decide to use the menstrual cup.

How To: Ger rid of acne scars

Get the facial cleanser that you enjoy using. Keeping in mind not to strip the skin. Use a toner next, make sure your toner doesn't contain any alcohol. Put the toner on your face and neck using cotton balls. Next apply your favorite moistener and let it soak into your skin for fifteen minutes. You can also use vitamin E or almond oil. Take some freshly squeezed lemon juice and cotton balls and apply to the face and neck, focusing on the acne scars. If the lemon juice is to strong or if it st...

How To: Insert a tampon without fear

A southwest gynecologist for teenage girls and her colleague, give instructions on how to insert a tampon correctly for all you girls. Although at a party and probably drunk, this is some pretty helpful information on tampons, using a beer bottle as the vagina. You will see how to insert and remove the tampon. Insert a tampon without fear.

How To: Properly use teeth whitening strips at home

Judy discloses her teeth-whitening secrets in this video. Using Crest Whitestrips: Advanced Seal, Judy shows the proper way to apply the strips in order to achieve maximum efficiency. The advanced seal strips are not as gooey as the original and work better, according to Judy. Simply peel off the strips and apply it to both your top and bottom rows of teeth, making sure that there are no bubbles my pressing the strips against all of your teeth. Only using these strips once a day will ensure t...

How To: Take a shower

You probably take a shower almost every day. You might as well do it right. You will need a natural-bristle body brush, a loofah, soap or body wash, a bath towel, and moisturizer. This how-to video is the end all be all guide to showers. You've been doing them all along (let's hope), but here's how to do it right.

How To: Alleviate menstrual pain naturally

Youtipis4u has come up with a few tips to reduce your menstrual pain in a natural way. Many of us ladies opt for painkillers or other medicines to reduce menstrual discomfort. Here is a way that is natural and has no side-effects. One of them is raspberry tea leaves. During the menstrual days, we can opt for a raspberry leaf tea instead of a normal one. Raspberry leaves relax uterine muscles. That way, uterine contractions reduce and hence the pain decreases. This tea is perfectly harmless, h...

How To: Smell Good and Stay Smelling Good

I've heard some people say that "brown people smell bad!" Ahem. Brown people don’t smell bad! Okay, some do, but so do people of all races and cultures. How a person smells has nothing to do with their race, but rather choices they make. I choose not to smell bad, and take steps to make sure that does not happen. Personally I cannot stand bad smells. It's something that makes me feel sick, so I try my best to make sure that I am not the cause of a certain odor. The following are steps I take ...

How To: Thread eyebrows for a clean look

Threading is a process of hair removal using thread. Using about a foot of thread tie a knot making the thread into a circle. Hold the portion of the thread with the knot in your hand and with the other hand twist the thread together until you have about one inch of twisted thread. When starting the removal process the hair should be touching the twisted portion of thread. When you open your right hand the twisted portion of the thread should move forward thus pulling the hair from the follic...

How To: Thread your eyebrows for any event

This video demonstrates the new technique of threading, an alternative to waxing, shaving or electrolysis. Threading uses two threads to pluck unwanted hairs in a fast and painless manner. First the technician will follow the natural arch of your eyebrow removing any stray hairs above the arch. Holding your eyelid slightly taught will allow the technician to remove any unwanted overgrowth underneath your arch, as well as between the eyebrows. Threading is also used to remove unsightly hairs f...

How To: Use "Instead" menstrual cups

A menstrual cup is a potential alternative to possibly toxic tampons or cumbersome sanitary napkins (pads). Instead is a readily available menstrual cup, but many women are unfamiliar with how to use it. This how-to video shows the procedure to using the Instead menstrual cup. It may require some practice, it may not be for everyone, but some women might find it preferable to their current method of feminie hygiene. Check out this video tutorial and learn how it's done.

How To: Make scented shea butter

In this tutorial, Dina Prioste shows us how to make homemade scented shea butter. First, grab some all-natural shea butter and place into a glass bowl. Now, add in essential oils (anyone that you prefer) to the shea butter, and mix it in until everything is well combined. Now, add hot water into a tea cup and place the bowl on top of the glass so your butter is softer and won't melt to a liquid. The oil will also combine evenly into the shea butter when you put the bowl over the cup. When fin...

How To: Get rid of acne scars easily

In this video from dend359, we learn how to get rid of acne scars. First, he said he looked into laser treatment but that's too expensive. Then he found Divine Beauty ECIT Rejuvastamp treatment and it's much cheaper and similar to laser treatment. It did take about 3 months to fix the scars. He shows us one scar that has improved over time and recommends Divine Beauty's treatment. It requires a lot of patience because this treatment will take some time. This video will benefit anyone looking ...

How To: Combat body odor

Offensive body odor can be a major problem for some people. If you need to reduce your body odor, there are several things you can try. It is important to realize that every person has a distinctive smell, and this is normal. The smell is caused primarily by our sweat as we perspire, because our perspiration gives off an odor. This odor only becomes a problem when the smell is offensive to others. If you sweat and the perspiration cannot evaporate freely, it is possible for bacteria to grow i...

How To: Insert and remove a menstrual cup

This menstrual hygiene video offers information on the insertion and removel of wearing a menstrual cup, the latest method in menstrual/period protection. Menstrual cups provide an alternative to potentially unhealthy and wasteful methods of feminine hygiene such as the tampon or sanitary napkin. Follow along with this feminine hygiene video and learn how to properly insert and remove a menstrual cup.

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