I love my Muff: lotions and potions to keep the lady garden fresh and soft

By Aisling | July 14 2011 | 22 Comments

When I was writing the title for this post I laughed because the name of the product doesn’t really need any additional information does it?  But sure I gave it a bit anyway

I Love My Muff is such a cheeky name (I was going to say tongue in cheek, but that would be a bit er literal wouldn’t it?) that it makes everyone laugh straight away.  It’s a natural range, paraben and cruelty free, vegan and hypoallergenic which provides “daily love and care for down there”

Sprays, creams, washes, wipes and er maintenance kits come in three different scent combinations – all natural ingredients (aloe vera and other botanical picks).

But don’t be sniggering and having a laugh you Irishers and thinking that a good shower with a bar of Imperial Leather would do the same job.  The founder of I love My Muff tells us:

I had a need. I sought a solution
It wasn’t there.  I created my own
From one woman to another
Love yourself. Love your muff

Talk about taking yourself rather seriously eh?  When I was talking about this on the Xpose wedding feature I was thinking this would go down well (oh god I can’t stop the accidental innuendo!) as a jokey present to give on a hen night or for a bridesmaid to give to the bride.

So what do the products smell like?  Well a bit underwhelming at first if I’m honest – but I suppose its aim is just to smell clean and fresh so it does do that.  But er, would not any body cream or spray do that?  Yes I think they would.

The best thing these products have going for them are their hilarious name – and that’s what will sell them in Ireland.

 Buy from misebeauty.com for £14

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22 Replies to "I love my Muff: lotions and potions to keep the lady garden fresh and soft"

  • LauraLou says:

    Magine yr brother or dad or male family member found this… MORTO haha

  • joanne says:

    I dunno, using this might end up with you having the ailment in the ad on the right

  • Fiona says:

    Imagine you open this post in your male-dominated workplace!
    Oh, don’t need to… ;)

  • warpaint says:

    lmfao !! oh jaysus i knew this would happen !! i could’t stop laughing when them dealers on meath st where shouting ” FLOSSYS GET YOUR FLOSSSSY ” from shoes to this lol XD that next !

  • CherrySue says:

    Agree 100% Aisling, I can only see a comic benefit to these, can’t be doing with all that faffing about.

    As I was tweeting my words of Thanks for our lovely family moment with my teen lads when this product was reviewd I heard the eldest regale his friends at the front door with the tale.

    The reaction from boys & girls alike ‘OH MY GHAWWWWD’ tells me this won’t be a product popular with teens either, except for the snigger factor of course :D

  • Feefurs says:

    This product has snigger value only methinks.
    I have tried many and the best shower product to use ‘down there’ is Johnson &Johnson Top to Toe Wash.
    It can be used on newborn babies it is so mild, nuf said ;-)

  • Jone says:

    I’m with Joanne on this one. Always thought the advice was warm water only; anything detergenty can upset the pH and the healthy balance between flora and fauna, and scents can lead to irritation.

  • Grá says:

    I’s say the demand for these products or even an I Love Muff shop would be major in Muff Co. Donegal
    http://www.muffdivingclub.ie/
    Everytime I see or hear of the above it makes me roar! (Hehehehehehe! wipe away tears, hahahahaha, oh dam my sides have gone) :D

  • Breige says:

    Yes, I can just see this proudly displayed in bathrooms across the nation (not).

  • RiRi says:

    Grá, really there is a place called ‘Muff’ in co. Donegal. LMAO.

    Well we came across a place called ‘Bastardstown’ in Co. Wexford. Imagine telling people ‘Ohh I am from Bastardstown’
    LOL

  • Grá says:

    Riri I am afraid so! :D

  • Aoife says:

    Just saw this on the xpose repeat. Trying to decide who would find this most hilarious as a gift!

  • There’s creams and wipes and sprays for your Lawn of Love?!

    Really?!

    I have NEVER heard of that. I was always told by the experts (and by experts I mean Mammy Dunne and Dr Pixie from Embarrassing Bodies) that a very mild soap/shower gel, unscented if you can get it, with warm water in the shower every day is the only way to wash that area.

    Clean cotton knickers then and away you go!

    What do you do with the cream?! Where does it go? And the wipes? Are they what I think they are? Are they wipes for when you can’t have a shower? When would you….how would you…why would you…where would you…

    No. Just no.

  • Lava Girl says:

    Ha ha this is hilarious! Even if you wanted a product like that I mean would you buy one called i love my muff???

    RiRi – I once worked with a girl who lived in Bastardstown here in Wexford and it was so funny to hear her on the phone when she had to give her address out, no one believed her!

  • Fififinx says:

    God, EWWWWWWWWWWW

  • Renee says:

    Well you got my attention… but never in a million years!!! Next post pleeeease………..

  • Aisling Aisling says:

    oh god I would LOVE to be from Bastardtown
    Brilliant

  • ArtDonatella says:

    I don’t find this weird at all! Oh My, is that weird now?

    I’ve seen products on the market before, created especially for women’s hygiene, so nothing wrong here….oh, except maybe the name, that b.t.w. does not appeal in any form to me? :D ! lol

  • Grá says:

    I must say I would buy this stuff and have it on show in my bathroom and I’d hope it would make people laugh as much as I am laughing! I must get some of there things soon, planning an Ann Summers party and I’m putting together little goodie bags for my friends. I love my Muff and banana condoms! I think it’s going to be the best party yet! :D

  • I thought you were supposed to use muff-specific gels rather than a body wash? I thought everyone did! These are a bit pricey for me.

    Loving the alternative names here, “Lawn of Love” is brilliant :L

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