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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

BEAUTY WEDNESDAY -- Fresh Dab Personal Hygiene Gel

Fresh Dab Personal Hygiene Gel

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Fresh Dab toilet paper gel is the newest innovation in personal hygiene. Just add a dab to toilet paper for a fresh, clean, soothing sensation.

Personal wipes, also known as wet wipes, bathroom wipes or baby wipes have become more popular, but unfortunately, as their use has grown so have problems with clogged pipes and even clogged sewer systems. Fresh Dab gel is a green, natural alternative to wet wipes that quickly breaks down when flushed. It won't clog pipes or damage septic systems, and its natural formula is environmentally friendly after being flushed.

Fresh Dab contains 5 natural and organic herbal extracts. Aloe Vera (organic) has a long history of use for cleansing and soothing irritated skin. It is also thought to possess anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Witch Hazel helps to shrink and constrict blood vessels and is commonly used in hemorrhoid medications. Black Willow contains a safe, natural source of aspirin-like chemicals that reduces pain and has been shown to be a potent anti-microbial. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antiseptic and astringent. Rooibos originates from South Africa and is applied topically because of its soothing effect on skin. It also possesses anti-oxidant, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. Oat Straw has traditionally been used topically for a variety of skin conditions, especially those accompanied by itching. It is also an emollient and moisturizer.

Fresh Dab is perfect for adults, teens, older children and even babies. For parents doing diaper duty, Fresh Dab offers a natural alternative to baby wipes, and clean-up is much easier than wipes-just flush it down the toilet. Just squeeze a small amount of gel onto a piece of toilet paper and apply. The gel won't cause the toilet paper to break down in your hand and it won't fall off the toilet paper.

Each 8 oz. bottle contains up to 200 dabs. Feel fresher with Fresh Dab!
After having a bad experience with the BootyFresh spray, I was a bit skeptical to actually TRY this gel. I didn't want to have another adverse reaction.

But I'm HAPPY to say that Fresh Dab is the total OPPOSITE of BootyFresh.

This gel cleans WONDERFULLY. I feel like my rump is refreshed and I don't worry about if I smell like a #2, because this 'washes' away any remnants of my bathroom events.


^^Stock photo^^

I usually use scented baby wipes to make sure I'm clean down below, but I always had the worry of 'Did I get it all? Do I stink?' There are even some brands of baby wipes that I seem to be allergic to!


^^what I received^^

With Fresh Dab, I don't seem to have any allergic reaction. I've used this on a baby wipe that had accidentally dried out with no issues. I've used this after a normal #2 and a bout of diarrhea, and both times, it has cleaned my rump just fine.

What I really like about this is the fact that it's in gel form. It does not run or drip, even with spazzy hands. It also doesn't saturate the toilet paper to where your fingers poke through. That was a HUGE plus when I was cleaning up after the diarrhea issue.

The only problem I see disabled people having with Fresh Dab, minus any allergic issues, is opening the bottle before the first use. Under the cap is a pull tab which has been known to give able-bodied folks a hard time. The cap is a push-to-flip style cap and it pushes very easily. The bottle squeezes with minimal effort and the gel is just the right consistency that it won't 'spill' all over, yet not too thick that it won't come out.

This is available from Amazon for $15.98.

FINAL THOUGHTS
I really like this personal hygiene gel. I feel much cleaner and refreshed when using it.
STARS:
WOULD RECOMMEND: Yes

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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