Last month, I added some femfresh products to my everyday body cleansing regime. femfresh is a range of intimate skin care products for women’s intimate area- yes, our ‘front bottoms’. Our intimate area has a lower pH level to the skin on the rest of our body, so we should really be using something that is specially formulated to protect that.

I’ve been using the femfresh Everyday Care Daily Gel Wash (£2.99 at Boots) in the shower and bath, and have had a handy pack of the Everyday Care Freshening & Soothing Cloths by the toilet and in my handbag. 

Femfresh Everyday Care Daily Gel Wash

The Everyday Care Daily Gel Wash is so gentle and cooling. It makes my intimate area feel very fresh, and I know that it is caring for the delicate skin there as it’s soap-free, hypoallergenic and contains soothing aloe vera. You can use it on your whole body as a shower gel if you want (it has a very light floral scent); but I prefer to use my regular body-cleaning favourites on my body. At the moment, I am loving the This Works Deep Sleep Shower Gel (£15 at Boots)- it’s great for getting to sleep at night or just to de-stress at the start of a busy day. It smells amazing and is packed full of relaxing aromatherapy oils.

Femfresh Everyday Care Freshening & Soothing Cloths

The femfresh Everyday Care Freshening & Soothing Cloths (£3.20 for 25 at Boots) have been a god-send to my daily toilet visits. Without being too ‘TMI’, we all know what it feels like to not feel clean down there after going to the toilet or during your period. Toilet roll just doesn’t cut it sometimes. These wipes are great for freshening up and feeling confident. I wish that they were flushable, but they’re not; so you need to just pop them in a sanitary bin after use.

To find out more about the different products in the femfresh range, visit their official site, You need this brand in your life!

This is a sponsored post with femfresh – for more information, visit here. All opinions in this post are my own.

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