Review: pH Care with Papaya Extract

en it comes to personal hygiene, taking care of our lady bits definitely tops any girl’s list! You know why, we’re so delicate that even stressful events, terrible diet and menstrual pads can cause discomfort down there. So it’s important to maintain good hygiene.

Best way to make sure our lady bits aren’t bothering us at all? A good feminine wash, like pH care! The brand has been around for a long time, and there are a lot of variants already available in the market. If you like natural scents, you can pick either the Papaya or Guava version.

PH Care Full Size

For my review, though, I’ll share my experience with the pH Care Naturals Intimate Wash with Papaya Extract. (Papaya has papain, which is known for softening stools and of course lightening skin.)

First time I glanced at the box and I loved the pastel orange packaging! It’s so cute and pleasant to look at.

PH Care Travel Size

As a long-time pH Care user, I can say that the consistency/texture of the feminine wash as well as its cleansing ability┬áis the same as the rest of the pH Care feminine wash family. The only real difference is the fruity scent that’s almost as sweet as Orange Swits.

Orange swits

A generous drop is enough and lathers well, so a 150ml bottle can last you about two and a half months. The fruity fragrance is not overpowering and leaves only a faint and pleasant scent on my skin.


- Light fruity scent

- Works as a feminine wash! Cleans and refreshes.

- Comes in 150 ml and 50 ml sizes, so you can have a stash at home and even your handcarry when you board the plane :)

- Non irritating

- Affordable


- No noticeable lightening after five days of use (will report back if anything has happened after).


If you like fruity scents, I suggest you get this feminine wash! While it didn’t lighten as I hoped, it’s affordable (the 50ml bottle costs only Php53 in grocery stores!) and does the job at maintaining feminine hygiene.

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