Self, Sex

Khloe Kardashian Puts THIS On Her Vagina (And It's Actually GENIUS)

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I love the Kardashians. I also love my vagina

Part of why I adore the family K is their unequivocal acceptance of their own bodies in all their weirdness. 

They love makeup, and talking about tits and ass and hair, and mocking each other, and naming their camel toes.

The Kardashians get that our bodies are one of the only things that connects us all as people, and they milk that. (I said "milk that" in an article about vaginas, you guys) 

In this world of ours, you've got to have a favorite Kardashian. If you tell me you don't, I will immediately assign you Rob, because he needs all the help he can get. 

Mine is Khloe Kardashian. If you need me to sum up why, I can do it in one GIF:


So when Khloe opened up on her app about her go-to beauty product, I listened. 

She swears by Vitamin E on the skin and inside your person. By inside your person I mean, taking the capsules. I wasn't clear there, and I regret it. 

Khloe says, "Slather Vitamin E oil on your face at night. It fights wrinkles, inflammation and redness — and it’s great for acne scars! I put Vitamin E oil on my lashes every night, too, to keep them super-soft. Add Vitamin E capsules to your daily vitamin list to balance cholesterol levels, ease PMS symptoms, and improve muscle strength."

This seems reasonable enough, and it's backed up by science.

That said, I don't know that I'd go apply oils to my lashes without talking to an eye doctor first. Because seeing is great, and you probably want to keep doing it if you already are. 

Then Khloe kicked things up a notch: "No joke: Vitamin E may strengthen vaginal lining!!! [sic] Moisturize your labia and vagina with Vitamin E oil to combat dryness and soothe irritation." 

I did not even know this was a thing I needed to be worried about! But if Khloe says so, I will consider it.

When Khloe Kardashian tells me to put Vitamin E on my vagina, I am absolutely going to do it. 

You should probably ask a doc about this one too, but since I once burned my vagina with kegel weights, I realize I have no room to moralize. 

It turns out, however, that Khloe's advice syncs up with tidbits handed out by the professionals at Sloan Kettering Cancer center. So that's what I get for being all judge-y. 

I will never doubt you again, Khloe.