FemFresh Triple Action Soothing Wash

I never thought I would see the day I would use FemFresh.  There you go, I’ve confessed. Well who admits to using a ‘feminine hygiene’ product? And what’s the point of it? If you keep yourself clean every day, you’re not likely to be aggravated ‘down there’, are you? And if you are, well sometimes the reasons are beyond your control and that’s when a trip to the GP or chemist is in order…or have I misunderstood the need for this product?

FemFresh, which has been repackaged and relaunched in a choice of 3 scents (the one above is enriched with cranberry oils), is safe enough to wash with so your lady parts won’t be agitated, which can often be the case with some soaps and gels that are highly perfumed. However the emphasis with FemFresh now is that it’s not just limited for ‘down there’, it is  a  shower cream for all over…so that’s less embarrassing.

It’s a very plain and simple wash, subtly scented but doesn’t linger on the skin. I reckon this product would be ideal post-pregnancy or indeed for anyone super-sensitive and at £3.49 for 250ml a  bottle, it will last a long time.

FemFresh also has a travel size available and interestingly wipes, which would be perfect for festivals although they should do handbag sizes for emergencies. How many times have you gone to the loo and there wasn’t any toilet roll? Precisely the case on South Beach when I was bursting to release the bladder. Too much? Sorry.

Come on then, do you use femine hygiene products or do you reckon it’s all a load of…?

For further information visit www.femfresh.co.uk.

*PR sample*



  1. 19th October 2012 / 9:42 AM

    It might be TMI but I’ve been using FemFresh for years and used to transfer it to a plain unlabelled bottle to keep out in the bathroom. I’ve just bought this new wash a few weeks ago and it’s definitely a little more discrete so haven’t had to transfer into another bottle and I actually prefer it to the old one as well.


  2. Steph
    19th October 2012 / 9:51 AM

    This looks quite interesting. I’ve always given FemFresh a wide berth out of embarrassment, but I’m also aware of how delicate lady parts are. I buy mini three packs of lady wipes from the £1 shop and they’re great to keep in your handbag, especially for nighys out, etc.

    Steph xx

  3. LiseyDuck
    19th October 2012 / 5:43 PM

    I use the wipes for camping – not big on communal showers and especially *mixed* communal showers, so being able to clean up in my tent is a good thing…

  4. Jan
    19th October 2012 / 8:50 PM

    I used to use FemFresh years ago but then forgot about it. Interesting that they have had a revamp, I wonder if the cranberry oil has the same effect when applied externally as it has internally, or whether that is a bit of auto suggestion?

  5. Liz
    20th October 2012 / 11:33 PM

    I used to use Femfresh, as most scented shower gels can irritate me (in those parts) but I didn’t like using it as an all over wash. I now use Sanex zero but I might have to give this a try.

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