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Very Special Vajayjay Wipes

Feeling concerned about your personal smell? Sorry to be so blunt, but who else can you come to for advice about your nether region? It's time to eradicate any kind of embarrassment and get to the bottom of the not-so-fresh feeling. Of course, there's nothing wrong with your natural smell—it's actually a good way to gauge the health of your ladyparts—but we all have times when we need to do a quick cleaning.

Here are two extremely gentle and discreet intimate grooming wipes that are the perfect pick-me-up for the gal on the go. I can't wait to hear your reviews, so don't be shy—we Bella gals can handle it.

Sweet Spot Wipettes are baby-soft, alcohol-free towelettes that instantly freshen up your private parts. Not only are they pH-balanced (so that you don't eventually go sour) but they are made with a blend of natural essential oils created to go along with your natural scent.

They come either in a pack of 30 for $12 or in a pack of three assorted scents for $2.95. The four different fragrances available are Citrus Galbanum, Geranium Lavender, Basil Grapefruit and Unscented.

For one more refreshing wipe

Shobha Freshening Cloths ($19) are 25 hefty-sized, individual wipes that cleanse, refresh and help banish odor from your bikini region. They are safe for everyday use and are small so that they fit neatly into your purse or travel bag. And if it's that time of the month, these can help you tidy up when you're away from home.

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anamealready anamealready 6 years
Lighten up to those with "no problems" I wash with soap and water, am not a "whore" bather as one person posted. However, I am now in my 50's and have found that this product is helpful from time to time. Baby wipes etc, no matter how hypo allergenic burn me to tears. Good product.
LULA88 LULA88 9 years
WELL... for what it's worth, I AM TOTALLY IN LOVE WITH SWEETSPOT LABS PRODUCTS. i admit it!! apparently douching can cause dryness...and these products DON'T. they make me feel fresh and clean and i think that is sooo important!! seriously they truly make me feel clean when i get out of the shower, and ready for my day :)) try 'em, you'll see!
BabydollJustina BabydollJustina 9 years
Tangie Tangie 9 years
Uh Ooooo Kayyyyyyyy.............
sugar_me_sweet sugar_me_sweet 9 years
i'm more worried about dingleberries than vagina smells
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
According to Dlisted (, Terrence Howard said this in Elle: " If they're using dry paper, they aren't washing all of themselves. It's just unclean. So if I go in a woman's house and see the toilet paper there, I'll explain this. And if she doesn't make the adjustment to baby wipes, I'll know she's not completely clean. " TBQH, between Terrence Howard and this post, I'm starting to wonder if I'm "not completely clean". :?
Mindbolt Mindbolt 9 years
This is the funniest posting ever. Reading the comments alone…LOL. P:S: Does anyone mine sharing exactly what Terrance Howard said supposedly said? LOL
girlfriday girlfriday 9 years
Hasn't it been proven in several studies that these sorts of things promote yeast infections? They're great if you're menstruating and you need to clean up when you can't get to a shower - traveling, at work etc. - but I think more frequent use could be worse for your vaginal health than the better smelling pay off you get. I also once read a study about how men are biologically, innately perceptive to vaginal smells that indicate a woman's fertility - I guess it's an evolutionary holdover. So your smell could actually attract a man! But who knows if that's true...
wthello wthello 9 years
I agree with brittanybe. Why don't we see douches and the like marketed towards men as well? Plus, I think the essential oils, however natural they may be, would most likely be irritating.
tkoblondee tkoblondee 9 years
Baby wipes are the way to go! These people that don't "need" to use anything like that, are you kidding? You can wipe with them after you pee for god's sake, they're to freshen up. Nobody said you were crusty or had chlamydia!
mfern64 mfern64 9 years
Save $$ good old baby wipes or the flushable wet wipes work just fine. I refuse to say vajayjay. It sounds so babyish, like calling a penis a pee pee. I hope it never makes it to the dictionary!!
dioraddict dioraddict 9 years
" that you don't eventually go sour." :ROTFL:
SeptemberGurl SeptemberGurl 9 years
I just noticed..."frank'n'beans" wipes...FOFLOL
SeptemberGurl SeptemberGurl 9 years
Always good for a whore's bath (LMAO)...but seriously, $20? the first one is only $12 for 30, though. Regardless, baby wipes are just as effective and totally cheaper.
brittanybe brittanybe 9 years
Does anyone else find these a little bit insulting? Are they making 'frank 'n beans' wipes for the male counterpart?
keiraz keiraz 9 years
if one showers everyday and keeps clean they don't need that! I for one don't ;-)
dlexy dlexy 9 years
VAJAYJAY! what is up with using this work, okay so its fun to use. I was watching Oprah the other day and the queen of talk show said" vajayjay".
veronicaraye veronicaraye 9 years
hehe.the name..!
wickidgrrl wickidgrrl 9 years
these are handy when you go camping and there isn't a shower available. I agree they are a bit overpriced. i use baby wipes for sensitive skin. they are just as good.
emososays17 emososays17 9 years
Baby wipes are perfectly fine and safe, these are a bit overpriced. Always (the tampon and pad brand) has it's own line of individually packaged wipes that are reasonably priced for the amount they give you and they don't have any unusual scents. They're pretty perfect for that time of the month or if you feel like you need to freshen up in the hot weather just toss 'em in your handbag.
Allytta Allytta 9 years
why do they still say something about pH? every product out there is pH 7... of course some special skin needs may requere other pH, but it's kinda funny that advertisers put that on a label as an advantage.
snickerdoodle snickerdoodle 9 years
It's funny to see how defensive everyone is getting here! "Oh, I don't have any problems like that, really! But, um, I know some other women do..." haha. Really, people! I'm definitely going to try these out, and somehow I doubt that I'm the only one. =) Thanks Bella!
vanilla19 vanilla19 9 years
I just use always wipes or baby wipes...these seem way overpriced.
gruaig_rua gruaig_rua 9 years
Vajayjay :ROTFL:
Cleopatra2U Cleopatra2U 9 years
Brandi, that's what I'm thinking. Maybe baby powder... Maybe floral... But def. not a spice mixed with a citrus fruit!
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