By BR Kellie
Just when I thought I'd seen it all...
One of the aspects I adore most about the beauty industy is the constant innovation. How it strives to create products that enhance our body in new, exciting and enjoyable ways. But I never thought I'd see this. And, if I'm honest, I'm not sure how I feel.
Skincare for your hoohaa. For your girly bits. For your lady garden area. Assuming you've taken a weed whacker or scythe or well, wax, to the area.
Because let's face it, attempting to moisturise 1970s style lady gardens is probably going to end up in a thatched or dreaded-up situation, rather than silky smooth skin.
Yes, skincare for one's area down there is a thing thanks to the company, The Perfect V. Created by Avonda Urben - who previously worked in the beauty industry as a marketing executive for brands like Revlon and L'Oréal - The Perfect V range is formulated and designed to rejuvenate, enhance and beautiful the 'V'. And like all good things that go down there, it's been dermatologist and gynechologist-tested, and had a neutral PH. Very reassuring.
It's recommended to be used after one waxes, or just, whenever. Cool. What's amazing about this range though is the dedication it takes to love your lady lap area. We're not just talking some soothing post-wax balm. This range (and can we take a moment to appreciate the shade of pink they've chosen, it's super pretty) features a wash, exfoliator, moisturiser, mist, serum, beauty sheets (which I imagine are for those days when you're feeling not so fresh... and...
... Say you feel your waxed expanse is looking a little dull, you can even add some glow with their Very V Lumizer.
They've thought of everything.
I don't know. I'm all for you do you. And if you want to treat your downstairs operation to some tender loving care, go crazy with the serum, and the moisturiser, and the luminizer. But me? I kind think mine is perfect as is. And if anyone were to complain (which is actually only one person, aka The Husband) well they'd quickly be refused access... so, yeah, no love for these lady bits.
So while I'll be skipping this skincare step - I have to ask... what are your thoughts on spending time and money on pampering the most sensual of skin? Are you on board? Are you already doing it? Or will you be keeping your skincare regime to your face? Get chatting...