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I usually do not talk about these types of products on the site, but I received an email that was entitled the same as above, and I had to read it! I have reviewed lots of bath bombs but none claiming to be specially made for… down there.
Vagisil recently launched Scentsitive Scents, its newest line of intimate washes, cleansing wipes, dry wash, and v-friendly bath bombs that are specially formulated with skin-friendly scents to provide all-day freshness for sensitive skin.
I received several washes and some of these special “vajayjay” bath bombs. The first thing I noticed was the scent, all three provided strong and pleasant scents, but I liked the peach blossom the best! The wash is clear as not to irritate. I tried the peach blossom bomb first… I drew a bath, dropped the bomb, and came back a few minutes later. The whole bathroom was filled with the peach scent… very relaxing!
The key difference of the new Scentsitive Scents line is that it has been specially formulated to provide a long-lasting, skin-friendly scent with vitamin E and chamomile, which is great for the sensitive skin of the v area,” said OB-GYN and Vagisil Partner, Dr. Althea O’Shaughnessy. As far as it being v-friendly, I did not notice any difference versus other bath bombs I have tried but maybe the vitamin E, chamomile, pH balance and that it is hypoallergenic offers other “hidden” effects.
This line introduces White Jasmine and Peach Blossom scents without adding harsh cleansers, dyes, or MIT preservative because Vagisil believes that women should not have to choose between scent and their sensitive skin.
Scentsitive Scents White Jasmine wash and cleansing wipes are formulated with the alluring, floral scent of White Jasmine, enriched with vitamin E. While the Peach Blossom wash offers a fruity, fresh scent enriched with chamomile.
Let’s Chat: Which Scent Would You Like to Try First?