MB3: Personal Care For Your Derriere
A few months ago I happened to see a front page comment written by someone who called himself Personal Hygiene Man. He had read a review I’d done on Ahh Toilet Foam and wanted to know if I was interested in reviewing his product as well. I sent him my contact information, and a few days later I received a few bottles of MB3 Personal Hygiene lotion. Mr. Personal Hygiene Man, whose real name I now knew was Stephen Markham, told me that he was fairly sure I would find his product more efficient than Aah Foam.
MB3 Personal Hygiene lotion comes in a little 20 ml. bottle, so it’s small enough to put in my purse or pocket. It looks like it could be a bottle of eye drops, in fact. The ingredients are fairly non-threatening; they range from lanolin and cocoa butter to a few scientific mouthfuls, such as Dehydroacetic acid, a basic anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent. There are no waxes, formaldehydes, fragrances, or coloring agents listed. Well, I figured, it looks harmless enough to swab around Down There, so I put the bottle in our bathroom and waited for Mr. Brown to come a'knockin' at my back door.
A few hours later, it was time to try the MB3 out. The information Stephen sent along suggested that MB3 is to be used for the last wipes as a finishing product. I cleaned up what I could with normal toilet paper, and then I put a drop of the MB3 on the toilet paper and, well, finished.
Not bad, I though. The lotion felt kind of soothing, and sure enough, it did finish up. The lotion loosened a little yuck that I’d left behind. But, did it clean any better than if I had moistened some toilet paper with water? I think so. My panty pucker felt downright refreshed and clean! I’ll be.
The ingredients in MB3 were well thought out. They are mostly moisturizers, emulsifiers, and skin softeners set in a water base and laced with some very basic anti-bacterial agents. The lotion was neither greasy nor stinky, but that was not what I found the most notable about it. It was when I rubbed a dab on the back of my hand, and found that it covered the entire surface, that I understood what made MB3 so great of a product. Not only did that one dab cover the back of my hand, but it softened it as well. Five minutes later, I ran my fingers over where I’d spread the lotion, and the skin felt soft and smooth. This must have been how my butt felt.
I think the fact that MB3 has anti-bacterial agents in it sets it apart from the other butt products. Not only was I wiping off leftover poo, but I was also sanitizing the Ground Zero that it had sullied. What a fantastic product to have in your pocket or purse should you end up taking a huge crap while away from home. You wouldn’t have to worry about stinking for the rest of day, because any smelly agent on your backside would be deactivated.
MB3 looks a bit pricey for the size of the bottle, but a little does go a long way. I’ve had a bottle in my purse for two months now, and it's still over two thirds full. And Stephen was right; it does work better than Aah Foam. While the foam mostly spread the mess on my butt around, MB3 did not. Instead, it both cleaned my skin and created a sterile, soothing, protective barrier between it and the scratchy scratch of industrial toilet paper that has disgraced my butt on many an outing.
I give this product two enthusiastic brown thumbs up and recommend to all of my PoopReporter friends. If you travel, especially, you should consider picking up a bottle or two. I promise that you won't be disappointed.