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    Our products are Cruelty-Free (We never test on animals) and have: ZERO alcohol, mineral oil, glycerin, harmful perfumes, dyes, EDTA, parabens, phthalates, sulfates/SLS, aluminum, gluten, dairy or soy. 

    From The Blog

    • August 17, 2019 3 Reasons why Glycerin can be Dangerous in Feminine Wash products
      3 Reasons why Glycerin can be Dangerous in Feminine Wash products

      Glycerin is a natural by-product of the soap making process. It's common sources are either animal fat or vegetable oil. It is used widely in soaps, cosmetics, and personal care products largely because of its properties as a humectant; the ability to attract and retain moisture on your skin.

    • August 03, 2019 Why Vaginal pH Balance Really Does Matter
      Why Vaginal pH Balance Really Does Matter These are all affected by the pH of your most intimate areas. So why hasn't anyone explained this whole pH thing in the first place? Sounds like a quick lesson on pH would have been a good idea, right? Well buckle up buttercup, a pH lesson is happening right now.
    • July 20, 2019 How to Get Rid of Sweaty Vaginal feminine Odors...for GOOD!
      How to Get Rid of Sweaty Vaginal feminine Odors...for GOOD! "I used to work in sales and remember having to literally run from door to door all day until 5pm and then have to turn around on some days to attend a dinner meeting from 6p-9p. My sweat down there would start by noon and by 5 I knew I couldn't run into another meeting without using a wipe or changing underwear! It would get quite musky! 
    • July 06, 2019 Toxic ingredients hiding in your personal and feminine care products
      Toxic ingredients hiding in your personal and feminine care products

      "Caveat Emptor": a Latin expression that when loosely translated means "let the buyer beware" became popular as a legal term. In layman's terms, it means that it is the responsibility of the buyer to discover defects or issues in the items that he buys...NOT the responsibility of the seller.

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