Ok, we’re just going to go ahead and say it: we’ve been asked by the team at Below the Belt Grooming to find 50 male Mumsnetters interested in testing their Fresh & Dry Balls products in our first ever male only product test .
We’re thinking that you probably don’t need too detailed an explanation of why this product could come in handy - suffice to say that, particularly after a long day or a workout, mens’ ‘downstairs’ aren’t always as fresh and sweet smelling as one might wish.
Here’s what Below the Belt Grooming have to say: “Below the Belt Grooming is a unique range of skincare products designed specifically for men. We all know men are badly designed in that area, and until now their needs have been ignored by skincare products, but Below the Belt Grooming is dedicated to getting it sorted.
Formulated with natural ingredients for gentle yet effective results, Below the Belt Grooming helps men feel fresh and dry in the groin area, all day every day. Ideal for men with busy lifestyles, such as commuting, active jobs, and travel, to keen sports enthusiasts or even a family bike ride at the weekend.
Below the Belt Grooming is proud to partner with Prostate Cancer UK; the leading health charity for men with prostate cancer and prostate problems. Below the Belt Grooming has pledged to raise £10,000 for Prostate Cancer UK over the next year, with 20p from every pack sold donated to the charity.”
So if you’re a male Mumsnetter who would like to take part in this product test sign up here.
If you aren’t already a registered Mumsnetter please register here before you sign up. Or if you know someone who could do with freshening up their ‘man parts’ please do get them to register and sign up to take part.
All selected testers will receive one of two of Below the Belt Grooming Fresh & Dry Balls gel fragrances and will be required to test the products for two weeks before leaving their feedback on a thread on Mumsnet. Everyone that leaves their feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one Mumsnetter will win a £300 voucher of their choice (from a list).
Always interesting when pointless grooming products are marketed to men as well as women. However, vagina freshening products are usually marketed under the premise that vaginas are innately smelly/foul/shameful and women need to sort this out. For men, it would appear there has to be a manly reason (sports/"active jobs"/commuting etc) to explain why their testicles would be smelly!!