What does feminine wash do?


Most of the women know that feminine wash is very important, but some of the women are not aware of the feminine wash. Those who know and aware of it, they go for a good liquid wash. If women are using soap in that intimate part then it will be quite harmful. The pH of the body is entirely different from the intimate part of a woman. This is the reason most of the people are suggesting to utilize an exact liquid wash to maintain their health in a safe condition as well as the problem-free state. You have to aware of the side effects also. In some cases, the intimate wash may lead to some side effects too. We have come up with some of the good and bad effects of using the feminine wash. Learn about it and follow it for the safety of your health and body. When you use a certain liquid wash to make the intimate area clean, it helps to keep clean thoroughly and oil balance will be maintained. The liquid wash prevents the intimate part to get dried. It also prevents to form infections or warts. When you choose a best feminine wash with great quality, then those liquids do not have any chemicals. Using the product without any chemicals is always safe because even if it goes inside your vagina it won’t get affected. That’s why, you are asked to choose a liquid wash that too without the chemicals.


Prefer doctor suggestions 


Douching is mostly preferred by the doctors to clean the intimate area which helps to clean very well. These above ingredients act as a killer for the bacteria’s and clean it thoroughly. This is the reason most of the doctor prefer this for the wash to treat your vaginal infection. At the time of vaginal infection, the intimate wash is good. Even consult a doctor once about your problem. If the genetical infection is contagious then it might be a problem for you. The possibility of infection spreading to the other areas might increase. Whenever you are suffering from a vaginal infection, to avoid the infection spread to other parts, consult a doctor, get prescriptions and follow it. Be aware of douching, it may affect the chances of getting pregnant. Those who are using a feminine wash might face problems in conceiving. It may also lead to ectopic pregnancy. If you are not consulting a doctor, it might be leading to some other disease as well. Be a thoughtful person and follow the right way while choosing it. It is always better to take suggestion from the experienced people instead of taking decisions by yourself. Self-decision is not a problem without knowing something doing it in the wrong way creates the problem.


List of some Good one


Some of the best feminine washes are listed as follows. Nature Certified 100% Natural Feminine Wash- In this wash almost 78% contains organic elements. Most of the women have pleasure while using best feminine wash and this wash can also be used for washing your wash. Sliquid Splash Natural Feminine Wash- pH level is maintained healthy.  The wash helps you to fresh, clean and odourless. Because of its formula with no chemicals, it can be used for sensitive skin. It makes you feel clean throughout the entire day.  La Fresca Feminine Hygiene Wash Body Wash- It is specially made for keeping the intimate part clean and not gets affected by bacteria. It contains probiotic elements which help to boost the immune system and fight against the allergies. The pH level maintained in this wash is acceptable. Healthy Hoohoo All Natural Gentle Feminine Wash- It is filled with anti-bacterial elements and special cooling properties of cucumber make the body free from vaginal infections. Natural element Aloe vera is a perfect cleanser which is also used in this wash.  Luvena Therapeutic Feminine Wash- It is helping in eliminating the odor caused by bacteria around the vagina. It keeps your skin fresh, and clean throughout the day. Summer’s Eve Night-Time Cleansing Wash- With some high-quality ingredients and lavender fragrance used in this wash. It maintain the pH balance and helps to stay away from the odor and it works for both the mild and gentle.

How to Remove Makeup with Water?

how to remove makeup with water

When it comes to the makeup removal, you can simply soak a wash cloth in the water, let it cool off for a few seconds and then place it on your face. Instead of using wipes, you can use the cleanser or just soap and water that must works great for many makeup, but may not do for somewhat like waterproof mascara. Alternatively, one of the best choices for removing makeup is using Micellar water that can be used for a lot to cleanse your skin. After a long night out, you have finally made it back home and then only realize that you have forgotten to stock up on the makeup wipes. However, there are several possible ways to take makeup off without even using makeup wipes. Just read more about these ways, you can simply take a look at one of the favourite alternatives for taking makeup off without even using makeup wipes that include:

Make up wipe alternative- Micellar water

In these days, Micellar water can be widely used for a lot in order to cleanse your skin thoroughly. Moreover, it can also be used as a sink less makeup remover in few cases. While using this water, you can simply saturate a cotton pad and then gently wipe it over your skin in order to eliminate the entire traces of makeup. You can also even take your selection from one out of these three Micellar water choices given below:

Micellar cleansing water complete cleanser waterproof: All skin types

This Micellar water can removes the makeup more effectively, even the water proof mascara in just single easy swipe. After using this water, your skin will be left feeling very tidy, purified and hydrated as well. Also, no severe rubbing needed for makeup removal while using this water.

Micellar water complete cleanser- Normal to oily skin

Possibly, you have already known that in excess of exfoliating and cleansing to eliminate the extra sebum can slip the skin. Particularly, this Micellar water is well formulated for the oily skin to remove dirt, makeup and extra oil very gently and also leave your skin mattified and cleansed as well.

Micellar cleansing water complete cleanser- Normal to dry skin

If you have dry skin normally, the fundamental cleansers can easily stripe your skin causing dryness. This Micellar water is well formulated for dry skin in order to eliminate the makeup completely and also clean your skin with just single step and then leave it feeling soothed and hydrated as well.

Makeup wipes alternative- Using soap and water

Based on the makeup products you use, it might be able to turn to the best soap and water in order to remove your makeup at the end of your night. You should also ensure that whatever the products you are wearing can be easily removed by them. Otherwise, you can easily end up with irritating your skin with a lot of rubbing. You should also remember that the makeup you wear must not need more efforts or arm power to remove it. All you need to have is using the best product that can simply wash off by using soap and water on your upcoming night out.

Does the soap and water work well than makeup wipes?

Actually, everybody knows that the makeup wipes are sounded too better to be honest for makeup removal right. However, these wipes can be an amazing primary step in removing the makeup. In reality, they are good used to remove the makeup just before cleansing, but the correct sink session must preferably follow. Today, many people can do this mistake of simply using the wipes before going to sleep. Still, you have to wash your face after using wipes. However, it is best to use the water to wash your face, which is obviously going to remove the residue all and also prepare your skin for the good night regimen. But if you only use the wipes, then use moisturizer and you may push dust into your skin and at next day you will see blackheads or pimples. You can read more here to use water and remove makeup efficiently and make your face pretty good.


This week has been a funny one, my thoughts, feelings and emotions have been a little all over the place. Plus some morning sickness seems to have reared its ugly head again. I mean come on I am basically 35 weeks, give me a break on that one.
Then other days I have been full of energy, cleaning, organising, re-arranging, and making things like crazy until about 2pm when I crash big-time. Then I get a second wind after 8pm. Odd, yes. But I am rolling with it.
I had another Glucose Tolerance Test (for Gestational Diabetes) this week as my result from my last one was high. Lets face it I have it people, why make me suffer through that horrible drink and 3 blood tests again. I was borderline with Mia, and confirmed with Ryan. I just seem to be one of the lucky ones. I am trying not to worry too much about it, just doing the diet control regardless, and of course all I can think about all day is sweet treats. Once this little man is out, I am having a huge cupcake that’s for sure.
I have worked my butt off getting my blogging / sewing / crafting space into order. It was a hot mess under the stairs, and now it’s starting to look really great. I am enjoying sewing and blogging from there. There are a few more goodies to go there yet, but it’s turning into such a creative space. Who would have thought?!
I edited some photo’s that Todd and I took by the beach when we were on Christmas holiday. Some of them turned out so great. The few little tips and tricks I put into practice paid off in the quality of the photos. It has made me even more determined to learn more about how to really use my camera.
I’ve been doing my groceries somewhere different (Aldi instead of Coles) ever since my sister was raving on about how much money you can save. I’ve been resisting forever, cos the layout and non-packing of the bags thing is a little chaotic for my mind. But I’ve gotta say I have been saving a bundle since going there. Coming in under budget each week and coming away with a huge trolley full. Plus they have super cheap flowers. I mean $4 for a little colourful cheer, what could possibly be wrong with that!
Mia heads back to school in just over a week. Into grade 2. My mumma heart hurts when I think about how quickly she is growing up. I still see my little baby when I look at her. We needed to get some supplies for the new year and she is into taking her time and picking out what she likes. With Ryan tagging along that never happens, the boy has zero attention span. So last night the boys stayed home and we hit the shops. First stop was actually spotlight for fabric and crafting supplies, I have been aching to get there for the last couple of weeks but haven’t had the chance. Mia likes coming along and helping me choose things. Then we headed and got a tonne of school supplies. We stopped for coffee and hot chocolate. We picked up goodies for my hospital bag. And even got a cot mattress for baby C. She was so excited to be staying out past her bedtime at the shops. So sweet that something so simple could bring her so much joy.
Today I got a heap done in Baby C’s nursery. I washed all of his things. His cot is all made and ready. I made a change-mat cover with another reading to be sewn. I have planned out his play-mat and the curtains/drapes. Can’t wait to do more sewing and get it all finished. Todd is taking us to go and get the rest of the things we need on Sunday afternoon. I am seriously so excited! It feels great to be getting things ready.
It’s late Friday night here, so this girl is headed to bed. I hope you all have a fantastic weekend!


Lately I have been pretty much wearing the same uniform day in day out. Some super comfy cheesecloth beach pants and a tank top, with my hair piled up on top of my head. Make up free and far from glamorous, but very comfy that’s for sure. It has been crazy hot, so that has been my excuse. Yesterday was a break in the weather. It was cooler, with a beautiful breeze that came right through the house. It felt wonderful. So I decided it would be a good day to actually get dressed, do my hair and make-up.
Plus it might be nice for Todd to see his wife looking remotely civilised again, after-all who knows when the next time will be!
Jeans: Roxy (old), Undershirt: Target, Button up: Target, Cardi: Valley Girl, Wedges: Target (old), Necklace: Diva
A quick little side note, thank you to all you lovely people who sent me sweet notes after my last post. I really appreciated knowing I’m not the only one who has been there. Thank you!


I love stripes. They make me happy. And usually I would avoid a dress like this with blocks of stripes, but I kinda love how the stripes accentuate the bump.
Dress: Kmart, Sandals: Big W, Earrings: Diva, Watch: Elite, Bracelets: Pandora
Yet front on it also helps disguise it a little. I don’t know about you but I much prefer when my outfit can make me look like my usual self from the front and back and bam, side on, you can’t miss it.
Yup, you definitely can’t miss this baby anymore. For the record I am 28 weeks. Can we all just acknowledge how crazy it is that i only have 3 months left. This has gone by far too fast. I want it to slow down just a little.
Plus it is super stretchy and light. Talk about perfection on these super hot pre-summer days.
In case you were wondering why my smile is so big. My girl was taking the photos for me and my little man was desperately trying to get in on the action.
It didn’t take long before he succeeded. My cute little photo bomber. I can’t wait to have another crazy little man just like him. Talk about one blessed Mama.
PS. please excuse these dark photos an afternoon thunderstorm came by and totally destroyed the light, but I really wanted to share my outfit still!

My Boys…

Gosh how I love them. The little one is so crazy, smart, funny and full of boundless energy. He is just so much fun to spend everyday with. He’s going to be going to pre-school two days a week next year and I am already thinking about how much I am going to miss him. Todd keeps reminding me that I will have another little one to keep me busy early in the new year, but still, it just makes me sad how quickly he is growing up. Don’t even get me started on my girl, I tend to well up when I think about the fact that she is going into grade 2 next year. Yikes. I still see my little babies when I look at them.
My two boys together. It makes me so happy. They are similar in so many ways, but Ryan is way way louder in public. Todd is on the quiet side when we are with other people, but at home, just us or with the kids, he is loud, crazy, funny, smart and so much fun. Makes me feel so privileged to get to see that side of him. It’s just another thing that makes me love him.
He is such an amazing Dad. You can see and feel the love he has for our babies and that is such a wonderful thing. I can’t wait to bring another little boy into the world with this man. I feel so incredibly blessed. He is good to me in so many ways, but without a doubt its the little things that mean the most. Like when he hunts out every single item of make up on a very long list I gave him on his own at the Clinique counter because there is no-one working when he goes there. Or when he looks for and finds the exact fabric I am searching for at Spotlight when I can’t find it after searching for ages. Or the fact the he always supports and encourages me, no matter how crazy my idea. He rocks, and I am so proud to be raisng babies with him.

This Boy Is Getting Big…

You know how sometimes you are feeling really good, and then you look at photos of yourself and you wonder whoa, when did I get so huge. Yah, that happened to me this week.
Shorts: Target, Top: Rip Curl, Belt: Sportsgirl, Shoes: Target, Watch: Elite, Bracelets: Pandora, Necklace: Kmart



It’s a strange thing seeing pictures of yourself when your pregnant and being amazed at the size of your belly. No wonder I am getting tired easy when walking around all day. This baby is starting to get heavy. And given that my babies tend to be on the larger side (both over 4kg or 9lbs) the strain is just going to get bigger.
Aside from the heaviness I am feeling, I feel great. Plenty of energy and motivation. I really do love this part of pregnancy. Little mr is on the move all.the.time and it’s crazy to watch but such an amazing feeling.
I know I will miss it again once he is born.

Happy Halloween…

Our Halloween was pretty simple.
It started with dress ups at Kindy. Just look at the excitement on Batman’s face.
And the kids came home to a little afternoon tea party.
Fresh fruit to dip in orange goo (vanilla yoghurt with a little food colouring)
cheese, chips and carrot stick
Orange iced donuts with spider lollies on top, and little jack-o-lantern themed jelly cups
yummy fruit punch. melon eyeballs, orange slices, blueberries and round ice for a bit of fun
Super cute accesories. What’s not to love.
Just before we headed out Trick or Treating, super excited. They got a tonne of goodies and had so much fun. A few houses near us went all out and were decorated so well. Something you don’t see a lot here so it was a real treat. And for the houses that had no treats to hand out, Ryan would yell that’s okay, Happy Halloween night to them. Top of his lungs with a huge grin on his face. So precious.
We had so many lollies to hand out, this bucket is actually really deep and we were basically left with a handful. So many sweet happy kids came around. It was wonderful and they were all so polite! My two loved handing out the lollies just as much as collecting their own. It was wonderful!
In the end we put this sign on the door,
and called it a night.
I hope your Halloween was amazing and I can’t wait to see all the post!

Easy PJ Shorts Tutorial…

If you follow me on Facebook you would have seen that I have been sewing some new pj shorts for my kiddos.
Its the perfect quick project and great for those half metre pieces of fabric that you have laying around. If you are anything like me there will be lots!
Plus they make your child this happy! Oh so crazy cute.
First things first, find some cute fabric. Getting your kiddo to choose always helps.
This is how easy it is. Grab a pair of pj shorts that your child already has and fold in half (like below) and use that as a guide for cutting two pieces of fabric. Each piece is actually a large piece that is folded at the long side., so you have a front and back of the leg without the extra work.
You end up with two matching pieces. Fold the pieces so that the wrong side is now facing out.
Here’s a good time to pause for some iced coffee,
And to admire the super cute pumpkin candle smiling at you while you sew.
Sew together the short seam of the folded pieces of fabric. This will be the inner leg seam. To make the seam strong for my wriggly worms, I do a double row of straight stitch then a zig zag row.
Turn under the leg cuff 1/4 inch and press
Then turn under another half inch and press.
Now stitch up the cuff. I like to do two rows of straight stitch for this.
You now have two leg pieces that need to be joined to form shorts. To do this turn one piece right side out and insert into into the other leg piece.
Like so.
Turn the leg pieces so that the V (crotch section) is facing the front and pin the two layers together. Now the time to double check that the two right sides of the fabric are the ones that you have pinned together. Trust me it always pays to double check.
Stitch the pieces together. Again to reinforce I sew two rows of straight stitch and one of zig zag. This is entirely up to you.
Pull out the inner leg so that you can see the short shape. Leave them inside out still and press down a 1/4 inch fold around the waist.
Then turn under a further 3/4 inch, press and pin.
Sew two rows of straight stitch around the waist leaving a 1/2 inch opening to thread the elastic.
Measure the elastic around your childs waist. Pull firmly but not tight and allow an extra two inches for the overlap. Then thread (use a safety pin attached to one end of the elastic to make it easier). Pull through and overlap the ends an inch. then stitch the overlap. Give it a really good going over. Back and forth zig zag quite a few times.
Pull the sewn up elastic into the casing and stitch up the closure. Match the two rows already stitch so it stays nice and neat.
And you are done.
And you have one very happy little pj wearer.


The reality of parenting when your husband is working away for an extended period of time.
It’s something I don’t really touch on too often. Not to keep up any kind of false pretenses but really to protect myself. If I tend to think on it too much, it makes things a whole lot tougher to deal with than they already are.
There are no two ways about it, it’s a tough gig. You start a family and you create a life together, there is a certain way that it runs. Then you take a pretty big piece of the puzzle away and nothing seems to fit together right.
It gets hard. Some days and nights have been much worse than others, and have ended with me sitting on the floor in the hallway outside the kids bedrooms sobbing my heart out in complete and utter frustruation. Or there are the days where for no apparent reason I am missing Todd more, well you can guarantee those are the days that the kids decided to mount either a joint strike against me or turn into opposition forces with me trying to be peacekeeper. It can be lonely, damn lonely. Even when you are with other people, they aren’t your mate, your partner in crime, your love.
Some days I shout, yell and want to scream at the top of my lungs. Other days I want to simply crawl under the covers and bawl my eyes out. Some days I wish I could trade places with him and be off experiencing the world, not stuck at home raising the kids, with the mundane chores and routine.
Mia and Ryan have been so good really, when you take into account how much they are missing their Daddy. Mia has been wonderful, she always tells me she doesn’t want to cry and get upset because she  doesn’t want to upset me or Ryan. She remembers from when we were apart last time that eventually it ends and we get back to being our family unit. Ryan doesn’t remember. He was only two when Todd was away for training, so this time round has been very confusing for him. He seems most concerned that he’s not coming back. It’s heartbreaking. Add to that the fact that he has no real concept of time and it can be a bit volatile. But he is trying his best.
Skype truly is a marvel, talking on the phone is one thing. For the kids (and me too) being able to see his face everyday makes it so much easier. Okay sometimes it makes me miss him more because I can see and hear him but can’t touch him. But thats a trade off I’m willing to make.
When we were living apart for close to a year when Todd was training, it was the toughest and hardest time ever for me. It has actually turned out to be a good thing, because it has made this time around so much easier to handle. I know what I am capable of. I know that the time will pass and before I know it he will be back home and we will have slipped into out regular lives again. I know that it is only temporary.
And it has taught me not to ring Todd in a crazy mess upset and crying. It does no good for either of us. It just makes things harder and causes more tension and frustration  I know that Todd finds it hard enough being away from me, his two babies and our growing new little man, without having to be worried that I’m not coping or am a right hot mess.
I have made a point not to cry on Skype or on the phone. I skim over the bad days, just simply say it was a bad day or the kids played up. I don’t go into details or say that I cried in the shower because my heart aches for him.
Why am I sharing all of this now?
Because he is going to be home in under two weeks. And I feel like the weight has been lifted from my shoulders. I know that the hardest part is over and that the rest is the excitement and planning for his homecoming. And because I have now shared all of this with Todd.
He reads my blog and if I had shared it any sooner I know it probably would have played on his mind and the last thing in the world I have wanted to do is taint his time. Because while he is working darn hard he is also experiencing life, and he worked so so hard to earn this opportunity. He deserves to be able to make the most of it.
After all we have a lifetime to experience everything else together.