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March 17, 2018

Yes, There Are 4 Uses for This SanDaWha Secret Zone Wash

A dedicated cleanser solely for your lady parts? That may be a bit too extra for some, but according to this writer, the SanDaWha Secret Zone Wash has not just one but four uses. Curious? Read on.

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Conservative Korean marketing has a way of dancing around delicate subjects, but this subject is the most delicate of subjects: your lady bits. A dedicated feminine wash sounds very 1980s Summer’s Eve, and I agree, it’s doing THE MOST to buy a product just for scrubbin’ your parts. But the beauty of this product, believe it or not, is that it has a lot more practical uses than just as a feminine wash.

 

SanDaWha Camellia Secret Zone Soothing Wash — wow, what a name. I suppose it’s better than calling it, “Hey stanky, wash ur junk!”, which is what it’s marketed for. The product itself comes out in a lovely foam thanks to the self-foaming dispenser. It’s cushy without feeling slick and it does a great job of doing what it’s labeled to do. The smell is innocuous with no heavy fragrance, which is ideal for a product like this. It cleans without stripping (again, ideal), rinses cleanly, and leaves no residue behind. There’s not much more you can say about it.

 

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The ingredients are exceedingly gentle and skin beneficial as you can see here:

 

Camellia extract (81.33%), decyl glucoside, pentylene glycol, sorbitan caprylate, lactic acid, glycerin, dipotassium glycyrrhizinate, propanediol, sapindus mukurossi fruit extract, purified water, licorice extract, trehalose, levulinic acid, soy bean peptide, panthenol, aloe vera leaf extract, bioflavonoid, broccoli extract, hydrolyzed peas protein, pea extract, hizikia fusiforme extract, centella asiatica extract, ginseng extract, green tea extract, red asian knotweed extract, skullcap extract, yeast beta glucan, mugwort extract, rosemary leaf extract, betaine, hyaluronic acid, chamomile leaf extract, cactus flower extract, rose oil

 

You might notice some heavy hitters like my beloved camellia extract, licorice extract, aloe vera leaf extract, and hyaluronic acid. All of those things make my eyes light up when I’m perusing the ingredients on a bottle, and I’m very happy to see them here.

 

Now, there’s something you absolutely must keep in mind about this product. I want to clear up some confusion about its usage. If using this for its prescribed purpose only,  this is strictly for washing the lawn and driveway, as it were. This is not meant to clean the garage where the cars are parked … if you catch my drift. Otherwise, you might disrupt the delicate pH balance in your, um, garage, and get an infestation of bread monsters. Yep. So lawn and driveway only. The garage is self-cleaning so stay out of it.

 

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s talk about where this product shines, aside from where the sun don’t. What you may not realize at first glance is this is an excellent face wash! It clocks in with a pH of 4, so slightly lower than the ideal 5.5 but still in the A-OK range for most everyone. The self-foaming pump is another great argument to use this as a facial cleanser if you miss cushy foam but don’t want to venture back into the high pH cleanser life. And since this was made for something as delicate as your Georgia O’Keeffe, it’s definitely mild enough for your face. As you saw with the ingredients, all the goodies are present and accounted for, and they do a damn good job here.

 

So a wash that can make both your face and your nooni happy? Sounds pretty great, right? But in the famous words of any 4 am infomercial: “But wait, there’s more!” The SanDaWha Secret Zone Wash can also work as a shampoo! As if working on your manicured southern lawn wasn’t hint enough, it actually does work on your wild northern wheat fields as well! What this wash should really be marketed as is a 3-in-1 wash, because it works from head to toe, even though it’s only advertised to work for the rest stop in between. If you love to simplify, are looking to go real minimalist as a New Year’s resolution, or just want to cut down on clutter in your shower, give this a try! If nothing else, it makes for a wonderful addition to your weekender bag.

 

Oh, and one more thing: It works on a man’s fishing gear, too, nudge nudge wink wink. Bam, 4-in-1.

 

What do you think? Would you try the SanDaWha Secret Zone Wash on your face or as a shampoo?

 

 

Coco Park is an author, beauty journalist, blogger, podcast host, and all around oddball living in Montreal Quebec with her family. Originally from the southern USA, she worked for several years in the makeup industry as a professional makeup artist and holds a certificate in esthetics. She is a proud member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Want to know more? Check her out on the Beauty Beyond Basics podcast, on her blog TheBeautyWolf.com, on Instagram @thebeautywolf, and in her book "Korean Beauty Secrets: A Practical Guide to Cutting-Edge Skincare & Makeup."

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COMMENTS 4

marikomaru

I want this just so I can have a bottle of vagina wash prominently displayed in the place of honor next to my sink. And then terrify my boyfriend by washing my face with it twice a day, every day.

joycee

The wash isn't for the vagina but the exterior.

leolouie

I would have no objections to using this as face wash lol. If the formulation is nice and it works well, does it really matter what the "intended" purpose is for?

hayfa

Nice^ naw I'm using klairs rich foaming cleancer it's amazing for my face but I don't like the smell at all !! For the next order i think i will try SanDaWha secret zone wash ..^^

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