Can you put peroxide on your vagina?

As someone who enjoys a nice cold glass of hydrogen peroxide before bed, I have often wondered if it would be safe to apply the stuff directly onto my lady parts. After scouring the internet and Amazon reviews for hours on end – because let’s face it, nothing is more exciting than reading product reviews from strangers online- I have come out with some pretty interesting findings.

Understanding Hydrogen Peroxide

Before we delve deep into whether or not you should try using hydrogen peroxide as an intimate cleaning agent, let us first take some time to understand what exactly this substance is about.

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is one of the most commonly used household disinfectants known today. It has antibacterial and antifungal properties that make it perfect for treating a range of skin conditions like acne and dandruff. Its chemical structure comprises two atoms each of oxygen and hydrogen linked together in covalent bonds.

Why Some Women Opt for Hydrogen Peroxide

You’ve probably heard rumors that women use different substances such as spermicides, apple cider vinegar or even bleach (yikes!) to keep their vaginas clean so they do not smell bad after sex. Similarly, there are reports claiming how using diluted quantities of hydrogen peroxide can help combat yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis by keeping harmful bacteria at bay.

Women also prefer using hydrogen peroxide to cleanse their private parts over harsher alternatives due to its mild nature which doesn’t cause irritation nor disrupt natural pH levels.

Reasons To Curb The Urge Of Applying H202 On Your Ladybits

While your intentions may be noble in wanting your vagina extra clean, employing chemicals without weighing the risks might prove problematic in the long run. Below are top reasons why REYNALDA WILL STRONGLY DISCOURAGED you from applying hydrogen peroxide to your vagina.

Harmful Ingestion

Hydrogen peroxide is a corrosive substance, which means when undiluted, it can cause severe irritation and in some cases even burn the skin . Applying this on sensitive body parts like the vaginal cavity might lead you down a rabbit hole of discomfort or unintended ingestion.

Disrupting Natural Biome

The human body has various colonies of bacteria, both good and bad living inside us forming what’s known as ‘Microbiome’ – each region of our bodies having its own unique set: Mouth, gut skin etc all have different strains living together in harmony so to speak- Making any attempt at disturbing that balance could manifest itself in negative ways- Irritation being just one among many others.

Alternatives To Hydrogen Peroxide

In case you’re still worried about smells coming out of your nether regions but want to avoid potentially dangerous products such as bleach or H202 altogether – fret not! There are numerous alternatives available which are gentle yet effective on delicate private areas. I’ve listed below some options for readers who may be curious.

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar – Like diluted quantities of hydrogen peroxide used by women with chronic yeast infections; apple cider vinegar is also regarded by many women due it’s antibacterial properties that help combat odours.
  2. Probiotic capsules: (Yes I said capsules) A less intrusive way would be through taking probiotic capsules orally , Their ability to balance pH levels proves highly instrumental- Not sure if eating them will have much effect… But go ahead give it try let me know how it goes.It won’t kill ya!
    3 Coconut Oil: Its anti-bacterial properties make it perfect for treating vaginal dryness while maintaining adequate moisture alongside combating ‘bad’ bacteria thereby leaving your privates more smooth than ever before.


Before you harshly judge anyone for applying Hydrogen peroxide on their vagina bear in mind they may not have the information that reveals how it’s quite dangerous .Whilst it might be tempting due to its relative affordability, ease of obtainment & availability – hydrogen peroxide should neverbe used on or around such sensitive areas. Instead use safer alternatives like Apple Cider Vinegar, Coconut Oil or even opt for probiotic capsules!