This is a common occurrence the skin to be a little bit irritated after going in the bathroom. Probably the main culprit would be the toilet paper.
Skin irritation of the anus
This condition is known as pruritus ani. The main causes for this conditions are Hemorrhoids and anal fissures are the main causes, as well as fecal matter contamination, infections, contact dermatitis, reactions to foods and medications, allergic responses to clothes and laundry soap, colorectal and/or anal cancer, dermatological conditions, and many more. When you will determinate the case for the condition it can be easily solved.
Skin irritation of the vulva
Skin irritation of the vulva or Vulvovaginitis occurs due to bacterial, viral, or yeast infection, contact irritation or an allergic reaction. The symptoms include: abnormal vaginal discharge, itching, burning, stinging, increased urination, while the vulva is often red and swollen. It is very significant to determine the cause, so that the treatment can be successful.
Toilet paper can cause skin irritation – how to treat it?
Skin irritation on the intimate parts can be caused from allergic reaction of toilet paper dyes, additive or maybe fragrance. Many toilet papers have formaldehyde and reactive ingredients that characterize them as thick and absorbing. Thus, toilet paper which is thick, absorptive, strong, bleached, and expensive is most likely to contain formaldehyde. There may be aloe lotion, alcohol, phosphate, chlorine, peroxides, perfumes, dyes, and anti-bacterial properties as well. Such additives can cause allergic reactions that result in skin irritation.
Soon AFTER YOU WILL DETERMINATE WHAT IS CAUSING YOUR IRRITATION IT IS ADVISABLE TO STOP USING THAT PARTICULAR TOILET BRAND AND TO USE SOME NATURAL BALMS TO RELIEF THE ITCHING AND THE IRRITATION ITSELF.