Skip Nav
Parenting
WARNING: This Is What Happens When You Visit a Newborn Without a Mother's Permission
Toddlers
Snow White Completely and Utterly Fails to Impress Toddler at Disney World
Personal Essay
An Open Letter to Anyone Considering a Unique Name For Their Baby

Would You Buy Pregnancy Products by These Names?

You can't judge a book by its cover, but can you pick on a product line because of its name? LeastLikely2Breed sells a line of remedies ($6 - $18) for expectant and new mamas. From stretch mark potion to nipple salve and hemorrhoid ointment to vaginal jelly, there's even some diaper rash balm for baby. But the names of the products are another story. In your ninth month of pregnancy, would you find humor or insult in rubbing Whale Oil ($12) on your big belly?

Around The Web
Join The Conversation
gia71 gia71 8 years
i would definitely buy a product with an odd name, but only if it worked...if something is effective, who cares what its called? plus if you were afraid of offending someone you could always use a sharpie over the name...these products seem reasonable priced too which could be another plus.
macgirl macgirl 8 years
I think they are funny. What the hell is vagina jelly?? ;-)
roxtarchic roxtarchic 8 years
i absolutely LOVE the names... i think it's funny. and ya need a sense of humor when you get to the point of needing any of those products to be honest... AND that they're hand crafted... i love all things handmade and LOVE etsy
luckyme luckyme 8 years
I wouldn't have any trouble buying any of these (although, V-J-J Jelly does sound a little icky to me), but I also had absolutely no qualms with my hooter hider, nor was I embarassed to call it what it was to just about anyone.
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 8 years
I love them.
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 8 years
I love them.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I was ok with it until I saw Va-J-J Jelly. I despise the term va-jay-jay. Also, MissSushi has a good point about one of my kids seeing it.
MissSushi MissSushi 8 years
I probably woudln't...I try to keep everything I use under one rule. If it rolls out of my purse/bag and an old lady/child/random stranger picks it up for me, am I going to be mortified and/or wish I'd chosen something else? I think its more courtesy to other people. I certainly wouldn't want my nice and helpful 12 year old picking up someones tin of tough titties.
MissSushi MissSushi 8 years
I probably woudln't...I try to keep everything I use under one rule. If it rolls out of my purse/bag and an old lady/child/random stranger picks it up for me, am I going to be mortified and/or wish I'd chosen something else? I think its more courtesy to other people. I certainly wouldn't want my nice and helpful 12 year old picking up someones tin of tough titties.
Sadness After Stopping Breastfeeding
Natural Remedies and Tips for Diaper Rash
Victoria Beckham Pregnancy Tips
How to Make a Tree of Life Maternity Picture
What It's Like to Be Pregnant at 42 Weeks
Things to Know Before Giving Birth
Why Breastfeeding Is Lazy
What Moms Want After Infertility
Mom-Recommended Diaper Rash Remedies
Ciara Instagram Photo in a Bra and Underwear March 2017
From Our Partners
Latest Moms
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds