Feminine washes are made for some of the most absorptive and sensitive skin on women’s bodies. So you’d think ingredients used in them would be highly regulated and monitored for safety, right?
Unfortunately, that’s not the case. According to Women’s Voices for the Earth, many conventional washes contain FDA-restricted dyes like FD&C Red No. 33 and Ext Violet #2, which are not allowed for products that come into contact with mucous membranes, and Yellow #5, which requires a safety warning about allergic reactions. The FDA states that these ingredients are authorized for inclusion in products that are for external use only.
But let’s be honest – use of a feminine wash is going to mean some internal contact. So wouldn’t you expect that a product like that would be made with safe ingredients for some of the most absorptive skin on your body?
The MADE SAFE Swap
Good Clean Love’s MADE SAFE™ certified Balance Moisturizing Wash
Good Clean Love formulated this wash based on an NIH-funded study and under the guidance of independent scientific research to mimic the body’s natural equilibrium and accurately match healthy vaginal pH levels.
Balance Moisturizing Wash has been certified not to contain chemicals linked to human health harm, and when we’re talking about an area of the body with a direct internal route, we think that’s pretty important.