Try Aloe Vera On Your Lady Parts


With a few exceptions, aloe vera gel is one of safest natural plants to use on our private parts which can soothe irritations including shaving bumps and for some even hemorrhoids.

Aloe vera gel is extremely safe for the skin due to its 100% purity,and it has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, and antiseptic properties.

Most don't know, the aloe gel is 99% water — so it’s truly hydrating to anything we apply it to.

People around the world for centuries use Aloe vera to help with healing wounds and treating sunburns, long before today's modern medicine.

I personally love my aloe plants at home and in my office, cutting parts of a leaf whenever I need to apply the gel to a wound or injury of one of my rough boys.

If we're considering using pure aloe vera on your most precious parts, there are a few ways to do it, but there are a couple things to consider before use.

Natural Latex is a key component of aloe vera leaf which houses the aloe gel.

If it's possible you are allergic to latex or sensitivity to latex, you may want to shop a natural whole foods kind of store to ensure to reaction after use. But make sure it 100% pure with no added ingredients that may irritate the skin nor the vagina.

Always read labels to ensure nature's purity isn't compromised by harsh chemicals.


Minus sensitivities or allergies, yes, you can and it's safe based on my experience.

Aloe has a pH of around 4.5, making it safe for the vagina, which has an average pH of 3.8-4.5. 

Due to the fact that aloe’s pH closely matches the natural conditions of a woman's healthy vagina, it shouldn't cause any discomfort that could lead to  infection or irritation.


Moreover, 100% pure aloe vera gel is very soft and gentle on our skin — and it’s perfectly suitable for calming irritations that may come from shaving, vaginal dryness, chafing or even infections.

Here are a few methods I use my aloe vera on and in your vagina:

  • Organic cleanser must have: Our vagina doesn’t really need cleaning as most experts sat, but your vulva which is our lips or the outer skin does. Mixing aloe vera gel with just plain water will create a fragrance-free, gentle cleanser. This will keep our vulva’s skin hydrated, refreshed and soft.

  • Vaginal dryness where: Even though our vaginas are like self-cleaning ovens, sometimes we still need help with hydrating. Just apply a really thin coat of a real leaf of aloe vera gel over your lips and in our vagina. Allow it to air dry and then wipe the excess aloe off with a soft towel and warm water.

  • Calms and reduces vaginal infections: Using aloe vera gel may also ease or lessen bacterial or fungal infections, due to its anti-bacteria and anti-fungal properties. Simply use a thin coat on and in your vagina, allow it to dry completely, and then wipe away. Taking a bath to soak with aloe vera gel is another great way allow the healthy affects of aloe to help irritations and reduce chances of infections. However if it's possible you may have an infection, be sure to see your physician ASAP.


  • If you’re trying to have a baby aloe vera is not sperm-friendly. During ovulation, the pH of your vagina rises to about 7. Aloe vera’s pH of 4.5 could slow the sperm trying to reach your egg. 

  • If you've had an allergic reaction to latex, stay away from aloe vera gel. The last thing I want you to do is break out in hives, a rash or have a severe allergic reaction. If you can not use latex condoms, then do not use aloe vera gel.


For most of us ladies, aloe vera gel is fairly a safer organic plant to turn to instead over the counter moisturizers, lubes, cleaners, and even shaving gel that contain harsh chemicals which may do severe to our girly parts.

Be sure to use 100% pure aloe vera so that you are not adding something with added bad ingredients that could possibly cause irritation.

Aloe vera can is soothing to me when I use on my vulva and in my vagina. But a little secret it is also a great lubricant. 

If you do not do plants or have your own aloe vera plant but want to experience the benefits of aloe vera gel, definitely hit up a grocery store and buy precut leaves. I store mine and a zip lock bag in the fridge for up to a week. And I go through at least 4 leaves a month because it beneficial to our body in general. Go get you some tomorrow and come back and let me know your thoughts.