We all have that one favourite body wash that you keep away from the kids, but what happens when you run out?
When Aussie mum Kirsten Roberts found her own body wash had been swapped for her children’s one, she wasn’t ready for the shocking effects of the soapy product on her body.
In a hilarious and honest post on Facebook, the mum-of-three from Victoria detailed ‘the arctic breeze that surprised my vagina’.
While washing her body, Kirsten said ‘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,’ she wrote.
‘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.’
The Radical Life leader goes on to inform her followers of the icy nature of the Original Source Mint and Tea Tree Shower Gel.
‘Imagine that arctic freshness spreading its way across all of those precious pieces of yours,’ she wrote.
‘My vagina was on icy fire.’
Rushing to get out of the shower and dry off, thinking the ice cold sensation would disappear, Kirsten reveals the situation wasn’t over yet.
‘Little did I know that there were more tricks in store for me,’ she said.
‘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.’
The mum-of-three took to Facebook to ask her followers to help her rethink the tagline for the scented shower gel, with hilarious results.
‘Icy Bits For Your Gentlest Bits’ was one suggestion, along with ‘Tingles For Your Tangles’.
The post, which has been shared over 100 times, is not the first intense encounter with the now infamous shower gel.
British woman Kathryn Kendall, 38, ‘set her privates ablaze’ with mint and tea tree shower gel earlier in the year.
Ms Kendall left the internet in stitches with her hilarious descriptions of the very personal experience.
She also suggested a re-branding of the shower gel to ‘7,927 tingling leaves which will accost your genitalia until it screams for mercy’.
For Kirsten Roberts, she left her friends and family with a warning.
‘My friends, this body wash belongs in the aisle of the shop that has a PG rating,’ she said.