Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles (contemporary music) - Raven TV. Hey guys, what's up? It's Raven and as you can probably tell by the title this is going to be my hygiene routine. This video is in partnership with Vagisil Sensitive Scents and I just wanted to share with you guys all of my favorite products that I keep in my shower and everything that I use to feel nice and fresh and clean. So all these products that' I'm about to show you guys are basically things that I have discovered through trial and error, finding out what works for me. I do have sensitive skin and we all have sensitive skin down there in our lady parts. I also have acne-prone skin, not only on my face but on my body as well. So this is just what works for me and I wanted to share it with you guys 'cause I know this can be really hard to master, for girls especially. So, jumping right into the products, into my routine, the first step of my routine is of course to take a shower and clean myself. So how do I clean myself in the shower? Well I use a combination of a few different products. The first product that I wanted to share with you guys is this Vagisil Sensitive Scents Daily Intimate Wash. This is what I use to clean my intimate area, if ya know what I mean, my no-no square, my lady bits, my vagina. Obviously, you wanna be very careful with the types of soaps and washes that you use down there in that area because it is such a sensitive area. That's why I use this because it is specially made for that area. As the name suggests, it is for sensitive skin. But the cool thing about this one is that it is formulated for women who don't wanna have to skip out on the fragrance or that fresh scent. It says right here on the front of the bottle that it is a skin-friendly scent, no dyes, no parabens, no MIT preservatives, it's hypoallergenic and pH balanced and it has vitamin E in it and it is dermatologist tested and gynecologist tested. So this is going to give you all-day freshness, it's going to give you a fresh scent. This one is in the scent White Jasmine, which smells so good you guys. It smells very fresh and clean. It smells kinda floral and feminine but it's not too strong of a scent. It just smells fresh, that's the best way that I can describe this. So that is why I like this wash, not only because it is for sensitive skin and it is safe to use down there, dermatologist tested, gynecologist tested, but I get the best of both worlds because it does allow me to have a little bit of a fragrance and a fresh scent that is going to leave me fresh all day. So the Vagisil Sensitive Scents is for my vaginal area but then for the rest of my body I use a combination of a couple of products. So I'm really big into exfoliating. I think exfoliating is a major key, major part of my shower routine. The first product that I use is actually this Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub. And this is a face wash. It's meant to be, you know, an acne face wash but I use it on my chest, my shoulders, and my back. I have acne-prone skin. I have gotten my acne under control since I've taken Accutane but that doesn't mean that I don't have acne-prone skin anymore and I just want to be safe rather than sorry. Plus, exfoliating is good for your skin regardless because it gets all the dead skin off. So I use this because not only is it going to prevent breakouts and get rid of any breakouts that I do have but it's also going to exfoliate because it does have little granules in it that's gonna get rid of all of that dry skin and it's gonna make my skin nice and glowy and fresh and clean, like I said. So I use the Neutragena face wash on my chest and my shoulders and then basically for the entire rest of my body I still like to exfoliate so I use this product. I'm not exactly sure how to pronounce this brand name. I think it's Purlisse, and this is their Coconut Oil and Coffee Sugar Body Scrub. So basically this is a coffee sugar scrub and it says on the back of here that coffee reinvigorates and awakens skin. I'm not sure how good the benefits of coffee really work on my skin but I like it because it's just a grainy texture that is kind of an organic, natural texture that can exfoliate my skin. Coffee, sugar, those types of things it's just kind of like a nice natural granule that can exfoliate your skin. So this has coffee and sugar cane in it. It also has coconut oil which of course is going to soften and moisturize your skin. So I use this product literally from like here down. I use it everywhere except for my sensitive area of course, I don't need to exfoliate all up in there. But I do exfoliate my bikini line, I exfoliate my arms, my elbows, my knees, I exfoliate under my arms. I especially exfoliate anywhere where I'm going to waxing or shaving because that prevents ingrown hairs. It also helps lighten up any darkness. It also helps to just make your skin more glowy and healthy like I said, get all that dry skin off. So I exfoliate pretty much everywhere else on my body with this product. And I make sure to really take some time to really rub it in in circular motions and then of course you rinse off all of the grainy texture but this does leave behind a nice moisturizing layer of coconut oil because the coconut oil doesn't necessarily wash off with water. So it sticks to your skin even after you get out of the shower. So you will be moisturized even after you dry off which is a major key. Now I do tend to go kinda crazy with my shower routine. I like to feel really, really fresh and clean when I get out of the shower. So sometimes even after I go in with this wash and this exfoliating wash and the Vagisil wash, sometimes I still go in with just like a very simple body wash that kinda suds up and just wash off my whole entire body again, just because I like to be that clean. So that covers cleaning and cleansing and also exfoliating but now let's talk about hair removal. So, more recently I've been staying away from shaving because shaving just causes so many issues. It causes more ingrown hairs. It causes it to grow back really prickly and stubbly. It grows back really fast. It irritates my skin. Shaving is really just not cool. So I've been staying away from shaving and I've been using alternative methods. First, let's talk about the less scary option which is Nair. I have to tell you guys that the spray-on Nair, which is what this is. This is called the Nair Spray Away Nourish with Argon Oil, this is a major key. Forget the days of when you used to use the cream lotion Nair and you used to have to put it on with your hands and it was just such a mess and just (negative hum) No, spray-on Nair, this is a major key. If you're gonna use Nair you should really just use this one because literally it's so easy, it's so mess-free. You just spray it on. It comes out in like a nice steady stream. You spray it on wherever you want. If you want to remove all the hair off of your arms it's easy to just spray it on. If you wanna remove all the hair off your legs, you spray on and it just creates like a white kind of foam that sticks to your skin. You leave it on for a few minutes and you get in the shower and you rinse it off and it's that easy. It removes the hair, it lasts a little bit longer than shaving, it's completely pain free and I haven't had any issues with this irritating my skin because I think of the argon oil and whatever other little extra vitamins that they put in here. It doesn't seem to be as harsh on the skin as like the traditional lotion Nair. Most of the time I really don't care about the hair that grows on my arms but if I'm feeling like it I will sometimes remove the hair on my arms like I said by spraying this on and then just rinsing it off and of course I use this on my legs as well. The best way is to leave it on for a few minutes, get in the shower, and get a wash cloth and wipe it and kind of like wipe the hair off of your skin. So that's for arms and legs. As for the underarms and the bikini area, which are the more tricky areas, I really don't feel like Nair or anything really works the best in those areas. So waxing it is. Now I personally haven't started going to a waxing like professional waxing place yet. I'm thinking about starting to add that to my monthly routine just because I feel like it might be just a little bit easier to get it professionally done. But at the same time, sometimes you just wanna go ahead and get it done yourself at home and sometimes people are not comfortable with going to another place to get like a bikini wax or a Brazilian wax or anything like that. So, this is for you. This is the Nair At Home Waxing Kit. This is actual liquid wax that you heat up in the microwave and this is the Nair Body Waxing Strips. These ones are for face and body. So these waxing strips actually come in two different sizes in here. I've actually already used up the other larger size, but this is the smaller size that comes in here. This is the one that's basically meant to use on your face. You can use it on your upper lip, on you eyebrows, whatever, I do not wax my face. My skin is too sensitive for that so I don't use these. But there's a slightly bigger size that's about this big that you can use on your underarms or your bikini line. It comes with a bunch of strips in here and each one is actually two because you peel it apart and you get wax on both sides. Don't need to heat it up. You don't even need to rub it between your hands. It says on the box that you don't need to warm or rub between your hands but you just peel it apart, it gives you a sticky wax, you place it on your skin, you rip it off. I'm sure you guys have all seen how wax strips work. This is actual liquid wax. It comes in this little plastic container. It just looks like this.