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Blossom Brush: What The Actual Fuck or ... Good Idea?

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SocialConnection Fri 17-Jul-20 23:43:26

Blossom Brush. A pink (obviously) silicone brush thing for popping up your hoo hah and having a good old rummage to get out all that nasty period debris. A sort of chimney sweep for your lady garden.

First thought was WHAT - yet another thing coyly insinuating YOU ARE NOT CLEAN ENOUGH.

No similar willy scouring device possibly presented in pin stripes or camouflage green available for chaps, I see.

On the other had, no faffing about with 'menstruators' and 'uterus havers' though - here it's 'Women' 🤗 & 'Feminine hygiene' 🤔 - They dare to use the words for the sex that doesn't exist.

And I'm starting to wonder - could it actually be a good product? I'll never need one now, and Dr Jen Gunther's not impressed, but what do we think?!

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AliceinBunnyland Fri 17-Jul-20 23:50:19


ContentiousOne Fri 17-Jul-20 23:55:57

Dear God.
What a vile product.

ErrolTheDragon Fri 17-Jul-20 23:58:05

From the USA , where 'douching' is a thing.

Not sure if they have Anne Summers though...grin

risefromyourgrave Fri 17-Jul-20 23:58:39

I’m going for ‘What the actual fuck’.

highame Fri 17-Jul-20 23:59:04

Don't put it in your toothbrush holder by mistake 😂

EndoplasmicReticulum Sat 18-Jul-20 00:00:35

I am not clicking on that or I'll have adverts for it following me around the internet for ever.

RenegadeMrs Sat 18-Jul-20 00:02:58

I mean, what?? The thought of brushing my vagina makes me shudder.

On a practice note; they recommend one $20 dollar brush per cycle! This is terrible for the environment and makes having a period ridiculously expensive. Its completely unnessceary.

wibdib Sat 18-Jul-20 00:04:03

Yuk. Thinking that it has a much much higher chance of doing damage and introducing infection and problems than anything else.

highame Sat 18-Jul-20 00:05:38

I would like to know what a blossom is?

Pudmyboy Sat 18-Jul-20 00:07:10

NO! The vagina is a self-cleaning organ. Seriously, NO! You do not need to clean things out. If you think you may have a retained tampon for instance, contact your local GUM or 111.
However if you think this may give you a bit of pleasure, go for it.

isabellerossignol Sat 18-Jul-20 00:08:17

That's a pretty depressing product I have to say.

Chienloup Sat 18-Jul-20 00:09:53

Oh my word. In fact no, there are no words.

Cabinfever10 Sat 18-Jul-20 00:13:48


ToriaPumpkin Sat 18-Jul-20 00:14:29

Fucking hell. I have recurring cervical erosion and using tampons gives me awful cramps, never mind the after effects of sex, the idea of putting that anywhere near my vagina makes me shudder.

blubellsarebells Sat 18-Jul-20 00:23:10

When did vaginas stop being self cleaning?
I had 15 years of periods and never needed more than soap and water or a hot wet flannel.
Ive got an implant now that stopped my periods, im not sure if i will be able to get it replaced in time with the pandemic but i wont be using one of those up there either way.
Maybe for a neo vagina it might actually be quite useful.

JackiesArmy Sat 18-Jul-20 00:33:32

Surely anyone who thinks vaginas are so dirty they need a special brush to clean them would have first thought of anus-cleaning brushes.

The fact that they haven't speaks volumes hmm

JackiesArmy Sat 18-Jul-20 00:35:11

not that I'm suggesting rectums need cleaning either. ffs, leave people's bodies alone!

TheProdigalKittensReturn Sat 18-Jul-20 00:36:03

So basically a toilet brush for your vagina? Lovely associations there.

littlbrowndog Sat 18-Jul-20 00:39:19

Cripes I thought it was a pastry egg brush thingie. Lol.

Why the fuck would you stick this up ur fanny 🤦‍♀️😝😝

boatyardblues Sat 18-Jul-20 00:43:53

It looks just the right size & shape to get the spout of my gravy separator jug clean, but there’s no way I’d stick it up my chuff.

SocialConnection Sat 18-Jul-20 00:45:07

Here's a cheaper alternative from Lakeland 😂

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boatyardblues Sat 18-Jul-20 00:45:33

Have we been suckered into some knock-down stealth marketing consultation? It’s a hard NO from me.

boatyardblues Sat 18-Jul-20 00:48:06


Here's a cheaper alternative from Lakeland 😂

Isn’t that what old toothbrushes are for? Never felt the need to buy a grout brush either. 🤷‍♂️

Queenest Sat 18-Jul-20 00:50:48

What new horror is this?

Who thinks of these things? I hope this thrush brush does not become a thing.

How depressing.

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