How Our “Yoni Love” Soap is Drawing “His” Attention

Esthetics by P Brown Yoni Love Soap

If you love our Yoni Steam service, then you’ll adore our “Yoni Love” soap.  It’s a soap that was designed with your yoni in mind.  

It’s best to be selective when you choose the soap (products) to use on your Yoni.  You’ll definitely want something that is delicate and sensitive.   Our Yonis are too precious to waste time learning the lesson that all sensitive skin products are not the same. For best results, you’ll need a product that’s gentle and pH balanced to keep everything Yoni related, fresh. We’ve got just the product for you.

Our Yoni Love soap has many Yoni benefits:

  • It’s a gentle cleansing formula that also helps eliminate odors
  • It works to balance your pH and reduce ingrown hairs.
  • it containKojic acid (skin lightening agent) so if your yoni is a couple of shades darker than the rest of your body due to shaving, it will help lighten up the skin. 
  • It contains Mandelic acid (an AHA and is used for exfoliation), it keeps the hair follicles and the shaft from getting so thick that it gets stuck in the hair follicles.  One of the benefits to waxing is that it helps keep the follicles soft and growing normal (on a 28 day cycle).

The reviews are in on the Yoni Love soap

We had so many positive reviews from those who took home a sample that now we struggle to keep the shelves stocked.  This soap here, you’ll definitely want to add to your Yoni cleansing regimen. 

For more information about our Yoni Love soap or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to schedule with us on our website:  If you have any questions about skincare,please feel free to call us at (615) 884 – 6744 or email us at

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Skin Cleansing 101: Face Washing Basics

EBPB face washing best

A lot of people think they already know how to wash their faces.  So… these are just simple suggestions to enhance your face cleansing routine.

The first step in cleansing your face is to start with a dry face.  A lot of people tend to splash water over their faces before the cleansing process, but that is not what I am suggesting.  I am one of the few aestheticians trained by Ronda Allison, and she taught me to start with a dry face to prevent diluting the product.  I always use this technique, even when using my own product line Semblance.
EBPB t zone wh personFirst, Place the product on dry hands and then apply to your face.   Then, you want to apply the product up and around the cheek and down through your t-zone and then up the side of the nose and then down the side of the face.

You will want to continue this in gentle motions.  It tends to be one fluid motion for us (aestheticians), and it’s just a large circular motion.  Try to avoid scrubbing or tapping/patting your face.  It still baffles me as to why people do that.  You will want to continue with that gentle fluid motion at least one minute so you can get a good deep cleanse.

If you are wearing make-up, you may want to cleanse twice.  However, either way, you will want to continue with the motion for one or two minutes.

The next step is to use a scrub, but only use your scrub twice a week so you don’t over exfoliate.  There are 2 types of exfoliation methods that you can use:

  1. Gommage – a chemical method that goes on like a serum which is soft and smooth and the more you use the circular motion and manipulate it, the grainier it feels.  The grainy feeling is actually your dead skins cells rolling up.  That’s my preferred method, because I can feel and see that it’s working.  Again, be careful because it is a chemical exfoliator and can cause damage or burning if you don’t know what you’re doing.
  2. Granule – it should be active – active means it has acid in it or something in it that is meant to change the skin itself.  For example, if you have acne, my Semblance active scrub has cyclic acid in it, as well as jojoba beads.

There are other types of scrub options like Sugar scrubs and Himalayan salt scrubs.           My only caution with those is depending on how large the granule, it can cause                   microscopic cuts on the skin.  That type of damage can later lead to Melasma or                   Hyper-pigmentation.  So, please, please be careful.

The next step is to use a toner.  Select a gentle toner; witch hazel is great.   I have eczema and grade 2 acne, so I use distilled water.  It’s perfect and just something to balance my pH levels.  Please try to avoid alcohol.  Alcohol tends to dry out the skin and causes further damage.

Finally, moisturize really well.  There are 3 types of moisturizers:

  1. Water based – if you have oily skin-always go with the water based. It will not benefit you to put oil on top of oily skin. Instead, it clogs the pores and leads to black heads.
  2. Oil based – which is more like a serum, growth factor, and has stem cells in it.
  3. Cream based – products that contain shea butter, jojoba butter, cocoa butter (these types tend to come from a plant or nut base).

*If you have dehydrated or dry skin, you can use a normal, a shea butter, or an oil based moisturizer – just be careful with how much you use, so you don’t clog your pores.

*If you have normal skin, any one of the 3 will work.

Please feel free to contact us with any of your skin care questions. You may leave a comment below or reach out to us by phone at (615) 884-6744 or by email at  We look forward to hearing from you.