Intimate hygiene

Did you know that ordinary soaps have a pH between 8 and 10, that is much higher than the pH of the vagina and of the external intimate area?

What does proper intimate hygiene mean?

Good personal hygiene is a first step for health. That is exactly why it is important to choose the right products to help you stay healthy.

Many of the products we use for intimate hygiene can irritate the urethra and lead to an infection. For example, regular soaps can affect the pH of the vulva and the vaginal pH. Most have a pH value ranging between 8 and 10, which is a much higher pH than the pH of the vagina and of the external intimate area, many women complaining of itching, irritation, redness, or an obvious discomfort after using these types of products.

Instead, the products specially designed for intimate hygiene help keeping the natural balance of the external intimate area, soothe irritations and restore the genital mucosa, reduce the discomfort and the unpleasant smell, ensure the optimum pH of 3.5 and keep the balance of the genital flora.


A delicate formula, specially designed for daily use, regardless of age, with a role in soothing the vaginal discomfort (irritation, redness or itching), improving the natural microflora and removing unpleasant odours

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Specially created for the care of the intimate area, offering freshness and comfort all day long. Uractiv® Wet wipes is used as often as needed.

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