#CDAM16 Daily Sponsor Healthy HooHoo

Today’s daily sponsor is Healthy Hoohoo. That’s right. Today’s sponsor is NOT a food. It’s not a lipstick. In fact, it’s for your ladyparts. It’s okay, you’re allowed to talk about your ladyparts. Say it with me – vagina, vulva, labia. It’s okay to say these things because we’re adults, and if you’re a woman, you better understand and appreciate your ladyparts because they’re an important part of your body, and it’s important to keep them healthy. Let’s chat about Healthy Hoohoo, a funny name for a great product.

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Healthy Hoohoo is a gentle cleaning product for your ladybits. Healthy Hoohoo is pH balanced, fragrance free for sensitive ladies, paraben-free, glycerin-free, and free from gluten. They use gentle, yet effective ingredients to gently cleanse, moisturize & soothe the delicate vulvovaginal area. Anything going in, on, or around my body has to be gluten free, and that includes anything on the ladybits with a potential to absorb anything put on it.

Healthy Hoo Hoo for #CDAM16
Healthy Hoo Hoo for #CDAM16
I first met them at Natural Products Expo West and fell in love with the brand. They believe in using natural and gentle ingredients, instead of the harsh crap that some of the more mainstream products offer. C’mon, I don’t need my ladybits to smell like a fresh summer breeze. Nothing about that is natural. Or fresh. Or summer honestly. Ladies tend to over clean down there and it’s not what your body intended – sometimes Mother Natures knows best. If you’re using a regular soap on my ladybits, reconsider that it might need something more loving and gentle. You deserve it.

I use this in my real life, for years now. I have it in my shower, and I take it with me whenever I travel. Because you know those hotel soaps are full of wonky fragrances that certainly don’t need to be put down there. These are real pictures of my real shower (yeah, I buy shampoo on clearance at Target, so what?) and my real carry-on for travel.

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Healthy Hoo Hoo for #CDAM16
You may not want to talk about vaginal health, but it’s a really important thing to talk about, and much like talking about poop – if we just talked about it more openly, perhaps life would be a lot easier for all of us. That’s why I’m here at Digestive Disease Week literally talking about nothing but poop for four days. Because talking about it matters.

Do you want to try Healthy Hoohoo? It’s awesome because you can order it directly off of Amazon.com (affiliate link). You can purchase wash, foamer, and wipes – depending on how you’d like to clean your ladynubbins (i’m trying to think of fun new ways to describe it okay?). I use all three products in different ways – wipes to travel, wash and foamer at home. Want to win some Healthy Hoohoo for yourself? Enter to win using the Rafflecopter below! You’ll win a Healthy Hoohoo prize pack and your lady downstairs will thank you.

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**Healthy Hoohoo is a paid sponsor of Celiac and the Beast and I often get paid in wipes and cleanser for my celiac downstairs. Now you know an awful lot about me, and I’m okay with that, because I can’t tell you how much I love this product and I want you to love it too!**

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Comments: 13

  1. Mary May 23, 2016 at 11:59 pm Reply

    I’ve never read a post about vagina health but I’m happy I ran across this on. Healthy HooHoo looks like a great product, I’ll check it out on amazon today.

  2. Tiffany May 24, 2016 at 8:46 am Reply

    This looks like a great product, is if also recommended for use by teens? I’m looking for something for my daughter.

    • Erica Dermer May 24, 2016 at 8:52 am Reply

      You can use it on anyone – gentle enough even for a man (even though they don’t have ladyparts).

  3. Corrie Carswell May 24, 2016 at 9:35 am Reply

    I’d like to give it a try.

  4. Pattie Webb May 24, 2016 at 9:46 am Reply

    I think that more information needs to be brought to light on women’s private parts and how to help prevent disease of the hoohoo. There are plenty of women that don’t understand their own private parts and how to keep them clean. Good job.

  5. Jennifer Whicker May 24, 2016 at 9:56 am Reply

    I have very sensitive skin all over my body, and it is so important that I find gentle products to use. I think it is important to educate women from a young age how important it is to take care of your vagina. I think the best way to educate on this topic is to be open and honest about smart practices for taking care of the ladyparts.

  6. Eleanor May 24, 2016 at 12:40 pm Reply

    In the past year, I have learned how incredibly connected our gut health and vagina health are. I was having chronic yeast infections for a year, until a wonderful doctor helped me figure out they started when a pharmacy changed my birth control. About a month after that, I was put into the hospital (the week before my wedding) for having little to no iron in my blood. It turns out that the birth control that was causing all of the yeast infections might have also had hidden gluten. The yeast infections were actually signs that were pointing to my extreme anemia as well as osteopenia (and I’m only 27…that’s what gluten can do to you folks!) All in all, let’s talk about vaginal health! Let’s talk about all of these things that are “taboo” or “embarrassing” to talk about! If we don’t, we can’t help each other.

  7. jules May 24, 2016 at 4:10 pm Reply

    This post makes me love you even more! ONLY YOU could put it so well! Makes me want to try – the brand sounds awesome. And you make even lady bits sound kinda swell. xoxoxo

  8. gina May 24, 2016 at 5:48 pm Reply

    Loved your post -open and honest

  9. Katie May 25, 2016 at 12:42 pm Reply

    I have found that certain products can actually be damaging. I would like to keep informing my girlfriends about what products have worked for me. I would like to try these products.

  10. Michelle P May 26, 2016 at 5:54 pm Reply

    What? OK. I may just have to order these products. I have yet to change out my beauty products to gluten free. Maybe my lady parts need this!

  11. Nicole S. May 27, 2016 at 7:01 pm Reply

    These products seem amazing! I would love to try them. If I got the opportunity to try them, I would tell my friends about them, because I know they all use these unhealthy products that may be causing issues they aren’t even aware of. I wish I was more aware of my reproductive parts earlier in life!

  12. Brianna Wolin May 31, 2016 at 2:55 pm Reply

    Hoping to lose my embarrassment surrounding carrying feminine products openly to the bathroom for that time of the month–I always hid them in pockets/bags but that gets annoying!

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