Introducing our New pH-Balanced Feminine Wash

Our new feminine wash was created to provide a gentle, pH-balanced cleanse for women.

This cleansing bar is absolutely packed with nourishing ingredients to care for our most delicate areas!
Each bar is infused with probiotics, soothing oats, coconut oil, cocoa butter, and a bespoke blend of essential oils to promote a healthy, balanced vaginal microbiome.

Much like our shampoo bars, these cleansing bars are not the same as soaps. Soaps, by nature, have an alkaline pH. For those of us with extra sensitive lady parts, soap can disrupt the acidic pH of the vagina, causing imbalance in microorganisms that are necessary for healthy bodily function.

To learn ALLLL about the differences between these types of cleansers and natural soaps, definitely check out this blog post

If you consider yourself to be particularly sensitive "down there", this bar was made for you. 

Sensitivity does not always present itself as a full blown case of BV or yeast infection. It's important to listen to your body. Sometimes things may just be not "quite right", with itching, discomfort, slightly "off" odor. You know what your ideal vaginal health looks like!

If you find yourself experiencing chronic discomfort of some sort, or even just find things are a little "off" often, it's time to take a look at your personal care routine! We'll talk more about that in a future blog post.

Here's the abridged story of the inception of my Feminine Wash:

I've been a devout natural soap user, from nose to toes, for nearly a decade since I started making soaps, and I'll still sing the praises of natural soaps til the breath in my body is gone. I used soaps for all those years with absolutely zero issues - until I had my third child and entered into my thirties. Something changed with my hormones along the way, and something just wasn't the way it was anymore - if you catch my drift!

I tried everything from starting supplements of evening primrose and black cohosh, medications, I even created myself a feminine support tea to help balance my estrogen levels to try to remedy the constant, mild discomfort. Eventually, though, I had to consider that mayyyyyybe the soap wasn't helping things - and it wasn't. I found the notion heartbreaking. Natural soap is better in my mind, especially as a woman who really seeks ingredient minimalism in my personal care products.

Once I started testing out a pH balanced bar JUST from hips to thighs, nearly all the incessant discomforts I was experiencing went away. It was a very bittersweet moment for me, but now I use soap from nose to hips, then thighs to toes, ha!

Since I'm recounting my personal TMI experience here, I will also say that I do still take my supplements and drink my lady tea daily because I find that weeks 3 and 4 of my menstrual cycle tend to get a bit chaotic (physically, emotionally, existentially) from hormone fluctuations, and I feel like that helps me - but that's me! We are all so very unique and all are experiencing different points on the female journey. You know your body better than anyone, so your needs will undoubtedly be different from my own in some ways.

Here's what I love the most about our new Feminine Wash:

-provides a gentle, pH-balanced cleanse for our most delicate areas

-purposefully made to match ideal vaginal pH to promote healthy vaginal microbe balance

-infused with fermented coconut probiotics and flora balancing essential oils to replenish healthy bacteria

-features a blend of moisturizing coconut oil, cocoa butter, and soothing oat extract to soothe and hydrate the skin


If you're looking for a well-rounded upgrade to your feminine care routine, check out the Feminine Care Bundle. It comes with everything you need to revamp your bathing routine and take extra special care of yourself!

I hope you'll give the pH Balanced Feminine Wash a try! As always, feel free to reach out if you have questions. You can comment here, message via the chat, or fill out the contact form. I'm happy to help!

Talk soon,

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