Self-Care Down There: Guide to Your Vagina's Well-Being by Taq Kaur Bhandal

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simon & schuster publishingFrom Menstrual Cups and Moisturizers to Body Positivity and Brazilian Wax, a Guide to Your Vagina's Well-Being.

Take control of your vaginal health and bring your own standards of beauty to your intimate parts with the Self-Care Down There: Guide to Your Vagina's Well-Being by Taq Kaur Bhandal book offering frank, practical, and accurate beauty and wellness advice for the vagina and surrounding area. Get the lowdown on how to take care of your nether regions with this fun and frank guide focused on helping you maintain your private parts.

The Self-Care Down There: Guide to Your Vagina's Well-Being covers everything from everyday cleanliness to internal and external safe health advice as well as tips regarding the groom-or-not-to-groom debate and sex-friendly good habits to practice, Self-Care Down There will help you keep your private parts in tip-top shape while expressing the true you! Founder and CEO of IM With Periods and menstrual cycle charting coach Taq Kaur Bhandal has dedicated her career to offering wellness advice to women. Whether it’s period charts or sustainable period products, Self-Care Down There is an essential and practical guide to feminine care and the well being of all genders.

This book is a great self help book on discovering your body and is geared more towards a young person who wants to know more but doesn't know where to start.

Author: Taq Kaur Bhandal
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Publishing / Adams Media (February 4, 2020)
Binding: Soft
Length: 192 Pages

Taq Kaur Bhandal is a researcher, writer, menstrual health coach, dog lady, and the founder and CEO of IM With Periods. She curates the company Instagram account @IMWithPeriods to share knowledge on periods and cycles for all menstruators and has blogged for Blume, a website for safe, sustainable period products for women and girls. Taq is currently working toward a PhD at the University of British Columbia Social Justice Institute and is member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.