This is a sponsored post. All opinions regarding the confidence to go commando are 100% my own.
I had my annual gynecology appointment a couple of weeks ago and although I always dread them, I’m glad it’s done for another year and there are no problems.
My doctor told me something while I was sitting in my gorgeous paper gown all commando… I should go commando more often.
Okay, I have heard this before and seen it on the internet, but I had never had a doctor tell me I should ‘Go Commando’.
Especially at night when you’re sleeping. However, doing so from time to time is good, too. Like when you’re doing yoga.
So Cottonelle’s new initiative to encourage women to find the confidence in taking off your underwear is definitely perfect timing. With the Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Cleansing Cloths and Clean Care Toilet Paper with CleanRipple texture, you will have the clean confidence you need to remove your undies.
If there’s anyone out there that doesn’t know (or not sure) what “Go Commando” means, it’s not wearing any underwear under your pants (or shorts, dress, skirt, yoga pants, etc.). Just drop the undies.
It’s letting your woman parts breathe. Many gynecologists say it can help decrease infections by going commando. You will be ready for International Yoga Day (June 21st), too. #InternationalYogaDay
Not to mention no VPL (visible pantie lines) or wedgies. And quite honestly, between the choice of thong or no panties… I’d choose no panties. Just saying.
I would only feel comfortable going without my underwear though if I feel really clean and fresh and thanks to Cottonelle and the Fresh Care Flushable Cleansing Cloths I get that beautiful confidence to go commando if I so choose.
Go Cottonelle, Go Commando and you’ll never go back! So, remove your undies my friends and celebrate International Yoga Day sans underwear.
Donna is a Content Creator, Marketer, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, former teacher, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.