Specific care for women with specific needs


Observe proper hygiene

Always wipe from front to back. Change sanitary pads regularly during your period.
Do not use sanitary pads or panty liners to absorb normal vaginal discharge
because they will keep moisture and warmth near your vagina which can result to infection.

Protect your pH balance

Wash regularly but do not douche. Avoid using harsh soaps or cleansers
on the vulva and inside the vagina.


Choose clothing carefully

Your vagina should stay clean and dry and what you wear can affect that.
Wear cotton underwear and avoid thongs.
Try not to wear tight-fitting clothes (leather pants, spandex) and change
swimsuits and sweaty workout clothes as quickly as possible.

Eat a healthy diet

A balanced nutritious diet and drinking plenty of fluids are key to vaginal health.
Cranberry juice and yogurt can potentially help prevent yeast infections and aid in the treatment.


Treat infections when they arise

Treating infections is crucial because if left untreated they can lead to unpleasant,
painful and serious reproductive health problems.

See your gynecologist regularly

Having regular gynecologic exams is crucial to maintaining your vaginal health.
Every woman should have her first gynecological exam
by age 21 or within 3 years of becoming sexually active.


  • Same pH level with your vaginal flora
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  • Available in 3 variants for women of every age

*Chan G. The Safety and Hypoallergenicity Clinical testing of 3 products (feminine hygiene) March 2008

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