If you’re suffering from SBS (stinky ball syndrome), then this new body-parts product for ball wash may just pique your interest.
What’s the most prized possession of a man? Yes, you’ve guessed it right!
But, it’s quite embarrassing if your junk shows off its presence with…ahem…foul smell.
Have you ever had funk on your junk, a set of scary twig and berries or nasty nuts?
If you are answering no, then you are in severe denial!
Now that I hopefully have your attention, my name is Adam, the founder of The Mischief Wash Co.
I’ve just launched a new Activated Charcoal Men’s Nut, Butt and Body Wash called Ball Wash, that I think you’ll love.
Looks like Ball Wash is trying to give Comfy Boys a run for their money.
I Couldn’t Resist
Good to hear from you buddy and thanks for stopping by!
Well, I don’t go around smelling my balls to see if they’re ripe or not, but I wouldn’t mind trying out your product (:
Ball Wash Details
- Website (link)
- Name: Ball (& Body) Wash with Activated Charcoal
- Price: $19.99 ($14.99 on sale)
- Purchase options: One-time, subscription (save 20%)
- Details: Goes on black, activated charcoal content, clean fresh scent, 96% natural
- Guarantee: 30 Day no questions asked money back guarantee
The Ball Wash product pack promises to take gentle care of your butt, body, and nuts.
These not only cleanse those private parts and keep them moisturized but also destroy the stink. That is to say, they are here to make all the boys smelling fresh and go everywhere with confidence.
It does, in fact, sound intriguing to try out something that makes you smell nicer and even sexier.
I’ll be testing it out in the next few weeks, so if you have any questions, let me know about them in the Comments section below.
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Ball Wash Review
Here’s a quick, and long overdue BALLWASH review.
I did try the product after receiving it. While I’m a big fan of charcoal-based skincare products, especially facial scrub, I did find one thing slightly strange.
The black color used in BALLWASH at the time of testing (in 2017) would wash off my body and onto our shower and glass enclosure.
We have white tile in our shower, and the black soapy residue took time to completely rinse off the tile & glass.
I use a charcoal-based facial scrub, and it doesn’t happen when I use that. So, there must be something in the formula, related to making suds, that makes it a little cumbersome to rinse out.
I suppose if you have darker titles in your shower, it wouldn’t be as noticeable. But in our all-white tile shower, it certainly is. I had to spend extra time rinsing out the black soapy residue, which bugged me a bit.
Because of that, and since I didn’t experience any notable cleaning difference between washing with Dove soap & BALLWASH, I didn’t use it again.
It will be interesting to know if they wind up changing (or have changed) the formula to make it rinse out of the shower better.
If you have personal & recent experience with BALLWASH, please let me know about it in the comments.