Natural stuff for your muff
I Love My Muff pH balanced, plant based, feminine care products are created to be used as part of your daily intimate self care routine. Suitable for all skin types.
What in the world is a muff?
muff /məf/ n.
Is it your vagina? Is it pubic hair? Is it short for a delicious baked good? We’re here to clear things up: A muff refers to the vulva, aka the outer part of your vagina. While the vulva goes by a million different names (lady bits, vajayjay, another word for cat, to name a few), we call it muff, and we’ve got the best stuff that helps you take care of yours every day.
Girls grow up to be badass women who do awesome things...but only if they get the opportunity, which is why we support @onegirlcansociety. The One Girl Can organization not only works to raise awareness of gender inequality worldwide but provides young girls in Africa access to education, mentorship, and opportunities they would have otherwise not had. We’re proud to donate $1 from every product sold online to help support @onegirlcansociety in their efforts. Let’s stand with girls around the world to make sure they get the opportunities they deserve, so ALL girls can.
“To maintain your freshly coiffed bikini area, consider the I Love My Muff cleansing kit, a Canadian-made vegan line that contains an essential-oil enriched wash, spray, lotion and fresh wipes for lady parts-specific TLC.”— Elle Magazine
“The I Love My Muff Maintenance kit is an all-in-one set to keep your hoo-ha looking its best.”— Refinery29
“The products are the perfect size so they can be carried discreetly in your purse”— Huffington Post
“A cleansing wipe and a little drying action can be the difference between a relaxed afternoon and a hellish one”— Bustle
“Kudos to any brand that is so clean that they can proudly display all of their ingredients!”— Bagsnob
“I've got a little secret, and thrilled to share it with you. It's an amazing product that keeps you feeling fresh…everywhere”— Tracy Anderson
What is Feminine Care?
Feminine Hygiene is no longer a taboo topic. To learn the down-low on your down there, read our latest blog post to find out what Feminine Care is, why Feminine Hygiene is important, and tips for smelling and feeling fresh.