Thursday, July 25, 2013

Vagacial Soap

Warning for men, this is for women. Read at your risk!!!

I always like new products. When I came across The Vagacial Soap I was intrigued, and I figured, why not. It’s worth a try.  Stript Wax Bar sent me the Tea Tree + Apricot Scrub to try for a review
The first thing I noticed is the scent of the soap. It smells REALLY good. Another thing is that the soap is 100% vegan, no preservatives, no sulfites and petroleum free. I know for a lot of people, who are sensitive to soaps, those things are important.

One of the things I really like about the soap is that the list of ingredients isn’t crazy long and filled with words I can’t come close to pronouncing. Here is the list:

  • Tea Tree Oil (use all the time and LOVE)
  • Avocado Oil
  • Camelia Oil
  • Olive Oil
  • Pal Oil
  • Sea butter
  • Glycerin
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Apricot powder
  • Color

One to what you use it for. Well as the name suggests you use it for your vagina. It was created to use a week or two after getting waxed to help with the dead skin and possible ingrown hairs (nobody likes those).  Even though the Vajacial soap is ideal for after waxing you can still use it if you shave it works just the same.  Overall I enjoyed the soap and it was a nice special treat from my normal products.
The company has a few highlights of the soap:
  • 100% vegan with tea tree and apricot
  • Made specifically for your lady parts
  • Clears away dead skin cells
  • Reduces bacteria
  • Minimizes inflammation and discoloration
  • No prabens, preservations or sulfites
  • Sooths sensitive nether regions
  • Adds a healthy glos to the bikini line

Make sure to check out the website for other services such as waxing, facial dermaquest, spray tans and more especially if you are in California and near San Fransisco or Palo Alto, Oakland, Las Angeles, Lafayette or the Oakland area.  Also follow them on facebook and twitter

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1 comment:

  1. Huh. Ingrown hairs are the worst. Hopefully a product like this will help significantly with the dead skin and rough areas!