Woman posts hilarious review after cleaning her nether regions with mint shower gel

You might not want to use this on your genitals [Photo: Original Source]
You might not want to use this on your genitals [Photo: Original Source]

A woman’s Facebook review of Original Source Mint & Tea Tree shower gel is going viral thanks to her hilarious and incredibly detailed descriptions.

Titled ‘The Artic Breeze That Surprised My Vagina’, the post was written by Australian Kirsten Roberts, who took a shower only to realise her regular body wash had been replaced with the Original Source bottle.

“No problems I thought,” she wrote, before revealing the full extent of her mistake. (Warning, TMI ahead…)

Kirsten Roberts was shocked when she tried the minty shower gel [Photo: Facebook/Kirsten Roberts]
Kirsten Roberts was shocked when she tried the minty shower gel [Photo: Facebook/Kirsten Roberts]

“Working my way from my legs up, I give my ladies front bum a good go, of course, along with my back bum,” she explained. “By the time I had hit my underarms, I sensed something was seriously adrift.”

“A sensation I had certainly never experienced before, started to spread from my lady love bits right through to all my back bits. You know that sensation when you take a mouth full of Listerine mouth wash and it explodes your mouth open with the iciness of it. Yes. That. Yes. I am serious.

“Well imagine that artic freshness spreading its way across all of those precious pieces of yours. My vagina was on icy fire.”

“Quickly I washed off and jumped out of the shower thinking the sensation would go away. Little did I know that there were more tricks in store for me.”

“As I put one foot on the toilet seat to dry all my crevices, the luscious lady pops caught some fresh air. In that moment Jon Snow whispered in my ear ‘winter is coming’. And the icy breeze took hold of all my bits with the intensity of my children barreling towards the door of a Maccas when I said they could have a special treat.”

“My friends, this body wash belongs in the aisle of the shop that has a PG rating. I have been brainstorming what its tagline should be. So far I have come up with ‘Icy Bits For Your Gentlest Bits’, ‘Tingles For Your Tangles’, ‘For the freshest vagina vibrations’. I would love to hear your taglines my friends.”

“And if you want some fun delight in the morning, buy this bottle of tingly delights available at all supermarkets. You too can start your day with all your special bits feeling like they are doing a nudie run through a pine forest when its minus 5 degrees.”

People either love or hate the shower gel’s effect [Photo: Getty]
People either love or hate the shower gel’s effect [Photo: Getty]

Roberts certainly isn’t alone in her experience. In the ‘British Problems’ Reddit group, hundreds of users have shared their own stories about using the mint-scented product on their genitals.

“Ah, the infamous ‘Minty Conkers’ as it’s known in our house. Try and think of it as a cool Alpine breeze wafting over your nethers, as if you were exposing yourself on the top of Mont Blanc,” one user wrote.

“Can’t beat a nice tingle in the morning. Especially a few hours later when it still feels like you’ve dipped your gentleman’s sausage in ice,” another man added.

One woman also compared the feeling to sticking “an airwave up your fanny”.

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