There is nothing better than feeling comfortable. Being poised and assertive makes you more effective in your everyday activities. You would probably think wearing a thong would be like having a wedgie all day long if you’re not used to wearing them. However, most wearers swear by their comfort, especially during the hot summer months. You may find it awkward on your first try, but after a couple of minutes, you will want to go almost bare-butted again. G-strings are best suited to your occasion if they are appropriate in terms of fabric and style.
G-strings underwear isn’t a problem for most women, but you may have to switch them more frequently if you are prone to yeast or bacterial infections. Choosing a g-string that is one size bigger than what you usually wear may improve your g-strings comfort and sanitary experience. Cotton g-strings prevent bacterial spread better than other types of fabric, so if you’re concerned about infection, try choosing a thin cotton pair.
Here are the steps of how you should wear your g-strings!
You Should Not Wear G-Strings Every Day.
You should not wear your g-string every day as the germs might gather and cause itching. Bacteria can easily infect the fabric of g-strings, so wearing one daily can increase your likelihood of contracting an infection. You should only wear g-strings during daylight hours, as wearing them for prolonged hours might lead to irritation and itching. If you are wearing heavy jeans or other bottoms that won’t expose your panty line, you should wear pants that cover your entire tummy at night when you work out.
If You’re Sick, You Shouldn’t Wear G-Strings.
Germs can quickly spread if you do not take off your g-strings on time. Even feces can be a nuisance (definitely not excellent), and it is a little more uncomfortable when you have a sensitive region. G-strings maybe another better option to avoid during your period, as the blood and discharge will spread more easily on g-strings than on bikini bottoms.
Although a thing is not the most desirable option, it will not provide much protection if a leak occurs.
Every Time You Wear It, Wash It
Every time you wear the g-string, you should wash it afterward. After soaking it for about 15-20 minutes in lukewarm water, all the body fluids and stains will be loosened, and you can wash it more easily. Avoid using hot water because it will break the threads, resulting in the fabric being damaged. Using cold water would also prevent dirt from getting moist and would make rubbing more difficult.
When you have taken the pouch out after soaking it for a while, use baking soda on the area if the produce on the pouch is stiff and won’t come off quickly. To get a clean surface, pour it on and apply it gently. In order to clean the pouch surface, use a soft toothbrush. This will avoid any kind of disease.
Those who have a recurring problem with ‘whale tail’ may need to try a different size or model, avoid low-rise jeans, belt their waists, or cover that area with a long shirt. However, being prepared to make quick changes when in public is a wise thing to do. You need to test whether the g-string underwear becomes visible by bending over, squatting, and doing other similar movements in front of a mirror. Sit down and reach around to check if your g-string is sticking out behind your belt. You can also pull your shirt down to cover the exposed area if it’s told.