A fine blend of super-mild skin cleansing and softening agents derived from coconut, palm kernel and sunflower oils. SLS and paraben free. Contains only 5 ingredients. Complete with our innovative testicular check label.
Use on hair and body for squeaky clean, sniffable skin!
A gentle yet incredibly effective hair and body wash which is suitable for all skin types.
The Sniffy Wiffy range is all about going ‘back-to-basics’ - ditching the nasties that plague many of today’s products, while at the same time offering really effective skincare that our customers love and want to smother themselves in again and again!
Sniffy Wiffy Hair & Body Wash is made using only 6 ingredients (5 if you prefer fragrance-free, which is always an option). So many products on the market use SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulphate) but we wanted to steer clear of this controversial ingredient yet still produce a product that gives a great lather in the gentlest of ways. With a variety of wiffs to choose from, you can keep your skin clean and your nose happy!
What makes Sniffy Wiffy Hair & Body Wash really special is the fact that our packaging is labelled with a simple guide showing the steps involved in performing a testicular check in order to spot any potential early (vital) signs of testicular cancer. ‘Why?’ you may ask…..Because when we heard that a really good time to perform a testicular check is after a bath or shower - we thought it was a no-brainer to label our products with this vital information.
We hope that having a Sniffy Wiffy product sat proudly on your bathroom shelf will not only provide you with essential knowledge, but will also act as a gentle reminder to perform a monthly testicular check – 5 minutes that could save your life.
Operating as a Social Enterprise, we want Sniffy Wiffy to sprinkle a little bit of sparkle as it navigates its way into bathrooms everywhere. We therefore donate 10p from the sale of every product to charity and reinvest the rest directly into the Sniffy Wiffy mission of increasing the number of gents who know about – and self-check for – the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer.