Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The Honey Pot Company: Feminine Wash Review

Ladies, mamas, mompreneurs, mom tribe, girl bosses, I have some goodies to share with you! I was recently able to try out a new to me product, Honey Pot Feminine Wash. I've never really used a feminine wash before now because I was afraid of what the harsh ingredients would do to my skin and lady bits. So, maybe I should start from the beginning.
*Although the products were given to me for review, all opinions are my own. There are no affiliate links, just a link to the product website.

The Daily April N Ava The Honey Pot Company: Feminine Wash Review vegan cruelty free

I became vegetarian when I was in college in 2009. I became vegan in 2013. It was when I became vegetarian that I decided to switch my beauty products to all natural, cruelty free, and vegan products. I wanted to use products that were better for my health and better for the environment. Typical feminine washes don't really follow those standards. I was recently introduced to Honey Pot Feminine Wash and I absolutely fell in love with the product!

The Honey Pot Company: Feminine Wash Review vegan cruelty free the daily april n ava

The first thing that caught my eye was the pump bottle, the product comes out as a foam. I tend to like pumps versus pour out bottles. The next thing that stood out to me were the ingredients including, grapefruit seed oil, apple cider vinegar, lavender oil, and coconut oil. If a product contains too many chemicals and unpronounceable ingredients, I'll put it right back on the shelf and walk away. I was even browsing in Whole Foods and spotted Honey Pot Feminine Wash on the shelves! Whole Foods has strict standards for the products that they sell, so if the Honey Pot Feminine Wash made it onto their shelves, you know it is some good stuff!!

So how do you use this feminine wash? The wash is meant for external use ONLY. I personally liked using the wash after a sweaty workout and after using the restroom (i'm one of those crazy people who likes to wash off after using the restroom). I washed my hands with the wash, shook the bottle, dispensed a few pumps in my hand, applied the product with my hand, and rinsed. I didn't experience any type of stinging, itching, or anything strange. I've been using the Honey Pot Feminine Wash consistently for about 2 months and I really like it. 

The Honey Pot Company: Feminine Wash Review vegan cruelty free the daily april n ava

I can honestly say that I would recommend this product, as I have no bad things to say about it! Feel free to click the links above to view the feminine wash and the other products from the Honey Pot line. I hope you check out this wash, you won't regret it! Do you have any experience with feminine washes? Let me know in the comments! Until next time!

April K.
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  1. So when it says 'femininine wash', does that mean for feminine areas for feminine problems? I've tried a melaleuca wash for awhile now and it's okay. But I'd like to try something else. Thanks!

  2. I use to use a feminine wash but read somewhere it wasn't necessary. Might have to look into this again.

    1. I mainly like it for washing after using the restroom (#2). Tissue and wet wipes don't cut it for me, I need soap and water lol.

  3. That is an interesting product! I have always heard how some feminine products are harmful but this being natural is something I might consider trying!

  4. I've never tried a feminine wash but do worry that soaps and harsh products are not appropriate for some areas!

  5. I love that the ingredients are natural and it's vegan! Not too many products like that out there. Thanks for the tip/