Homemade Herbal Intimate Wash Recipe - How to Make DIY Natural Feminine Hygiene Soap.


 I've done QUITE an extensive research trying to find what is actually THE BEST option for feminine wash. While there is a ton of products out there, their ingredients don't seem to be safe enough even for my body, let alone for intimate hygiene! So, yet again, I had to come up with my own all-natural herbal solution, which takes me less than a minute to prepare;-)))*

*This post is not intended to replace medical advice - I'm simply sharing what I personally use. Please contact a physician if you are experiencing any discomfort.
WHAT I USE:
  • 1/3 cup Fragrance-free Liquid Castile Soap - I use Dr. Bronner's baby mild one - it has pH level that is perfect for intimate hygiene products (well it's higher than necessary, but distilled water lowers it to the needed level)
  • 2/3 cup  Distilled Water - I use it because Castile soap needs to be diluted
  • one drop of Chamomile Essential Oil*** - has antibiotic properties and doesn't let biotic (due to bacteria, fungi, etc.) infections to develop (source)
***Essential oils are very highly concentrated plant material, therefore I only use 1-2 drops per one cup of wash. Women who are pregnant or nursing should exercise caution when using essential oils. You should apply small tests to the skin, because essential oils can cause allergic reactions. 
 
 
HOW I MAKE IT:

I simply combine soap, water and essential oil in a bottle, and then store it in the shower. I try to be very careful when I use it, because it is much more liquid that usual Castile soap. And that's it! I told you it was gonna take less than a minute;-)))  
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California girl who came to the US from a small town in Russia all by herself and now making her EVERY single dream come TRUE!


 
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25 comments:

  1. очень просто и точно ароматно!

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    1. Ага, Машуль! как раз то, что нам девушкам надо;-)))

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  2. Muy interesante, tomo nota!!

    xoxo

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    1. Muchas gracia, Nuria! Me alegro de que te guste;-))))

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  3. Very cool! I love simple, homemade soap products! Thanks for sharing :)

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  5. Очень понравился пост:)

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    1. Спасибо, Катерина:-)))

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  6. This is a very nice idea :) Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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    1. Thank you so much, Candace! Pinterest now allows me to only add those who follow at least one of my boards:-(

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    2. Don't forget to add lactic acid, so it is pH balanced. You really shouldn't be putting ANYTHING down there that is not pH balanced for this area. It is more acidic, than alkaline, and using an alkaline soap will allow unfriendly bacteria to grow...you really don't want that.

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  8. you can add Glycerin to make it thicker

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  9. Thanks for sharing post, I think Vawash also one of the best options forIntimate wash.

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  10. That's great but i’ve been using lactacyd intimate wash for many yrs now n totally satisfied with it.

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  11. I'm not sure what essential oils you are using, but pure ones don't cause any reactions. Check out Young Living Essential Oils. They are therapeutic grade. Safe to ingest, safe on skin, and the purest on the market! I use them every single day, on myself and my kiddos. If you choose to go with them, make sure to insert my number as your sponsor ID. 1532357

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    1. That's not true. If you are allergic to say roses, rose essential oil will cause a reaction since it is the purest form of the specimen. Doing a spot test is the best thing, especially if you are using a new EO that you have never used before, and/or have never come in contact to the specimen in any form.

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  12. What about tea tree oil?

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  13. low viscosity liquid cleansers are well suited for pump foam dispensers. no additives required. and yeah; add some acid.

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