free femfresh sample + £1 coupon off next purchase
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free femfresh sample + £1 coupon off next purchase

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Found 17th Apr 2014
description... uh... clean your fan for free

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lol!
teeheehee

This is the most toxic substance known to woman - clean the toilet with it but don't use it for 'intimate care' unless you want to itch till Christmas x

HOT JUST FOR THE op'S DESCRIPTION.

Will this work on my computer fan?oO

I've been a woman all my life and I have never once wished there was somekind of baby wipe for woman that I can randomly wipe myself with while out and about.

I don't get why those exist?

I really had to look twice at the picture! Brilliant description!

My girlfriend could really do with this.

Which lips???

Error440

I've been a woman all my life and I have never once wished there was … I've been a woman all my life and I have never once wished there was somekind of baby wipe for woman that I can randomly wipe myself with while out and about.I don't get why those exist?

you've never felt frisky outdoors on a long summers day then? Or maybe just not considerate

Error440

I've been a woman all my life and I have never once wished there was … I've been a woman all my life and I have never once wished there was somekind of baby wipe for woman that I can randomly wipe myself with while out and about.I don't get why those exist?



To quote Essex's finest K.A.T.G....
"That's all very well, but I can vouch for the fact that a "lady garden's" amazing self cleaning ecosystem wasn't designed for 3 hours dancing around to uplifting house & garage"

Ordered mine keeping my lips fresh is one of my main priorities in life...

Banned

singlehappymum

This is the most toxic substance known to woman - clean the toilet with … This is the most toxic substance known to woman - clean the toilet with it but don't use it for 'intimate care' unless you want to itch till Christmas x



I agree, this is truly awful.

'Our consumerist society is expert at creating products we don't need and then making us think we need them.'
Full article.

FreyaWhite

I agree, this is truly awful.'Our consumerist society is expert at … I agree, this is truly awful.'Our consumerist society is expert at creating products we don't need and then making us think we need them.'Full article.

Women don't need "feminine hygiene" products such as Femfresh. I'm amazed their products still exist. I won't be sending off for the free sample, but at least I clicked on this thread and read an intelligent article

louiselouise

Women don't need "feminine hygiene" products such as Femfresh. I'm amazed … Women don't need "feminine hygiene" products such as Femfresh. I'm amazed their products still exist. I won't be sending off for the free sample, but at least I clicked on this thread and read an intelligent article

I also don't need to freshen my genitals either, but needs and wants aren't always identical Such products are very useful at festivals for example, leaving no odour or taste, or itching from my experience

Edited by: "dreamager" 19th Apr 2014

dreamager

I also don't need to freshen my genitals either, but needs and wants … I also don't need to freshen my genitals either, but needs and wants aren't always identical Such products are very useful at festivals for example, leaving no odour or taste, or itching from my experience

...Or you could use "sensitive, non-scented" baby wipes, like a lot of people tend to have nowadays in the loo, for when they do, erm, number twos, or other things. The "female only" thing is just a gimmick, and if there are genuine problems, well, you don't need me to tell you that a doctor's appointment is what you need...not Femfresh.

louiselouise

...Or you could use "sensitive, non-scented" baby wipes, like a lot of … ...Or you could use "sensitive, non-scented" baby wipes, like a lot of people tend to have nowadays in the loo, for when they do, erm, number twos, or other things. The "female only" thing is just a gimmick, and if there are genuine problems, well, you don't need me to tell you that a doctor's appointment is what you need...not Femfresh.

IAs far as I know the baby wipes aren't designed for killing bacteria, which is where the 'itching' some people get from these would be from. It serves slightly more of a purpose than just wiping the area with something wet, and having used both, they seem to do the job differently. What would be the problem with them being the same thing but marketed differently though? Not all females have babies, so a big pack of baby wipes in their bag is somehow less..... offensive to women or something? Maybe if they are unable to have children they would be upset every time they used them
Edited by: "dreamager" 19th Apr 2014

I don't have children, and I buy baby wipes for the bathroom! Any anti-bacterial wipes or soaps disrupt the natural pH balance (the vagina is a self-cleaning organ, but of course we still have to wash). Don't carry wipes of any sort in my handbag though!

Face wipes, baby wipes, all tend to dry out if not kept airtight, so they'd be useless in my handbag. I buy the baby wipes that say "pH the same as water" on the blurb and keep them beside the loo.

Anti-bacterial wipes, like Femfresh (I assume) would be more likely to make you itch, than the sensitive baby wipes I'm using. If it works for you, then great :)! Just that you need to be aware that anti-bacterial washes, wipes, down there aren't recommended.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Apr 2014

louiselouise

Anti-bacterial wipes, like Femfresh (I assume) would be more likely to … Anti-bacterial wipes, like Femfresh (I assume) would be more likely to make you itch, than the sensitive baby wipes I'm using. If it works for you, then great :)! Just that you need to be aware that anti-bacterial washes, wipes, down there aren't recommended.


I agree, shoving anti-bac most places unnecessarily is a bad thing. I would assume though that something specifically catered for the area would be designed to be least harmful for it, and a good idea rather than using products for other things and being unsure if it's ok or not. I think the 'portability' and 'convenience' of the packs for carrying round is the main marketability of these, but as with all consumerism, convenience = higher cost, so baby wipes are likely to be more value for the money

dreamager

I agree, shoving anti-bac most places unnecessarily is a bad thing. I … I agree, shoving anti-bac most places unnecessarily is a bad thing. I would assume though that something specifically catered for the area would be designed to be least harmful for it, and a good idea rather than using products for other things and being unsure if it's ok or not. I think the 'portability' and 'convenience' of the packs for carrying round is the main marketability of these, but as with all consumerism, convenience = higher cost, so baby wipes are likely to be more value for the money

Perhaps you should ask your doctor his/her opinion about "feminine hygiene" soaps and wipes, as you seem determined to believe they are somehow better! There is a lot of talk about them on the internet, too. You *don't need* anti-bacterial soap down below...it does more harm than good.

If there is odour or anything unusual happening "down there", it's a doctor's appointment you need, as I said earlier.

Face, baby or Femfresh wipes versus a bar of soap, it's pretty obvious which one is better value for money. It's a bit like "furniture polish wipes"....you're paying for the convenience!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Apr 2014

louiselouise

Perhaps you should ask your doctor his/her opinion about "feminine … Perhaps you should ask your doctor his/her opinion about "feminine hygiene" soaps and wipes, as you seem determined to believe they are somehow better! There is a lot of talk about them on the internet, too. You *don't need* anti-bacterial soap down below...it does more harm than good.If there is odour or anything unusual happening "down there", it's a doctor's appointment you need, as I said earlier.Face, baby or Femfresh wipes versus a bar of soap, it's pretty obvious which one is better value for money. It's a bit like "furniture polish wipes"....you're paying for the convenience!


Yes, I agree. Over use of any of those products is bad. We're talking about situation specific use of though. It's difficult to go and have a bath at a festival, or in the back alley after a night clubbing, and neither of those situations require a visit to the GP

dreamager

or in the back alley after a night clubbing, and neither of those … or in the back alley after a night clubbing, and neither of those situations require a visit to the GP

!!!!! Are you for real?!

louiselouise

!!!!! Are you for real?!

Not until after anyways

Banned

louiselouise

!!!!! Are you for real?!



Sadly... she is. Classy stuff.

I'm tempted to think it's probably a man pretending to be female...as I've seen on other instances online. There's a clumsiness about her logic that suggests this, (eg, women having a problem about buying baby wipes because of fertility issues (!) just seems mindblowingly naive and silly), though it could just be lack of life experience. If not, oh deary dear.

Self respect, towards yourself and others, is a very simple but necessary quality in both genders. Far be it from me to dictate anyone's lifestyle, but....
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th Apr 2014

Banned

louiselouise

I'm tempted to think it's probably a man pretending to be female...as … I'm tempted to think it's probably a man pretending to be female...as I've seen on other instances online. There's a clumsiness about her logic that suggests this, (eg, women having a problem about buying baby wipes because of fertility issues (!) just seems mindblowingly naive and silly), though it could just be lack of life experience. If not, oh deary dear.Self respect, towards yourself and others, is a very simple but necessary quality in both genders. Far be it from me to dictate anyone's lifestyle, but....



Well said Louise.

louiselouise

Self respect, towards yourself and others, is a very simple but necessary … Self respect, towards yourself and others, is a very simple but necessary quality in both genders....


Hence the use of femfresh in the alley before the fun begins

Interesting response, considering I just questioned your gender. Anyway, if it's attention you want, it's Saturday night! Plenty of alleyways for you to frequent....

Banned

louiselouise

Interesting response, considering I just questioned your gender. Anyway, … Interesting response, considering I just questioned your gender. Anyway, if it's attention you want, it's Saturday night! Plenty of alleyways for you to frequent....



X)

Just so people know before putting their details in for endless spam, it requires you to download and install some 'coupon printer' program to actually get the voucher. Nope.

louiselouise

Interesting response, considering I just questioned your gender. Anyway, … Interesting response, considering I just questioned your gender. Anyway, if it's attention you want, it's Saturday night! Plenty of alleyways for you to frequent....


That would be because ad hominem attacks are used when the point being made is difficult to refute and a lesser approach is resorted to, and not worth dignifying a response My Saturday night was good though how was yours?
Nealio

Just so people know before putting their details in for endless spam, it … Just so people know before putting their details in for endless spam, it requires you to download and install some 'coupon printer' program to actually get the voucher. Nope.


I've used one of those voucher printy things for something before. I have zero idea why places use them, maybe to avoid printing loads of duplicates? It may be fine to use, but I've no idea what they're like safetywise
Edited by: "dreamager" 20th Apr 2014

Nealio

Just so people know before putting their details in for endless spam, it … Just so people know before putting their details in for endless spam, it requires you to download and install some 'coupon printer' program to actually get the voucher. Nope.


There's nothing wrong with "coupon printer" it's used to limit the amount of coupons a person print and also to detect photo copies etc...

I'm not suggesting there's any 'security' issues with the coupon printer program or that it has any nefarious purposes, just that I'm not installing more useless crap on my computer for the sake of a quid, that's all.

Nealio

I'm not suggesting there's any 'security' issues with the coupon printer … I'm not suggesting there's any 'security' issues with the coupon printer program or that it has any nefarious purposes, just that I'm not installing more useless crap on my computer for the sake of a quid, that's all.



Ok.
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