When it is 6:45am, and you drag yourself out of bed and into the shower, the last thing you want is a horrible burning sensation down there.
Well, unfortunately, this is exactly what woman had to endure when she reached for a new body wash as part of her morning routine.
The Original Source Mint & Tea Tree shower gel is packed with 7,927 mint leaves, which the brand says "will definitely leave you tingling" - but they were probably not expecting so much tingling in your swimsuit area.
This woman discovered that 7,927 mint leaves is probably too many mint leaves for an all-over body wash, when she lathered up with the green gel and promptly set her vagina "ablaze".
Prepare for some laughs, her full post reads:
The popular shower gel is praised on Facebook for its fresh, minty feeling (this writer uses and loves the body wash), but some customers has commented on the soaps sometimes too tingly feeling. In 2015, a man complained that the Original Source Mint & Tea Tree shower gel left his testicles with a "burning feeling", but laughed off the incident.
It seems this products might need some rebranding on the supermarket shelf, and this woman has the answer. “May I suggest a rebranding of the front of your bottles of Mint and Tea Tree Shower Gel?” she starts.
“Something along the lines of the following: ‘7,927 tingling leaves which will accost your genitalia until it screams for mercy.'”
"If nothing else, it will certainly stand out on the shelf."
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