In bubble bath form, makes you burn when you pee!
I have never had a bladder infection before. Until this month. It has taken two rounds of antibiotics and a gyno pelvic exam to clear it up. I am now on topical steroids to relieve the INFLAMMATION OF MY URETHRA (and all surrounding areas, ahem.)
And sure, a bladder infection can be caused by a lot of things. The stupid summer heat, for example. But I swear, I was doing fine until I used the SpongeBob Wacky Watermelon! Bubble Bath. Now, maybe you are wondering what a grown-up lady-woman like myself is using a SpongeBob bubble bath for? See there on the top where it says, 'Tear-Free' and 'hypoallergenic?' That's why. I am extremely sensitive to beauty and soap products and so I thought that this would be safer than a Bath & Body Works bath gel. I have had a history of success using baby and children's products on my delicate flower body. A few months ago, I had a dickens of a time getting rid of an eye rash until I started removing my makeup with baby shampoo. Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo is good for face rashes. Fact.
Unfortunately, I did not read the back label on SpongeBob's SquareButt where it warns about urinary tract irritation. So, my bad.
|SpongeBob is a douche canoe.|
(Also, don't douche if you have an inflamed urethra.)
The moral of the story: never let SpongeBob near your delicate lady parts.
Why do I feel like I am the only person stupid enough not to know this?