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Lactacyd®. Your intimacy deserves to be protected. Every day.  

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Extra Care for Special Days

There are days when women need extra protection. These are the days when you are most susceptible to infection.

Extra care

Women undergo emotional highs and lows during special days like menstruation, pregnancy, post-natal period, menopause, and prolonged usage of contraceptives and antibiotics. These emotional roller coaster rides usually spring from unseen hormonal changes taking place inside a woman’s body. Such a fluctuating state of hormonal production leads to the weakening of the vagina’s natural acidic layer. Now, more than ever, a woman is more prone to acquiring bad bacteria in her most intimate area.

Why not relieve yourself much of the trouble during these trying times? Use a feminine wash that’s right for your vulvovagina’s natural acidity and see the difference it makes on your body and especially on your mood. A feminine wash with lactoserum (also called Whey or milk plasma) and lactic acid is effective in offering extra protection during special days, giving you a fresher and more confident feeling inside and out.

Make your body feel good because when it does, the rest comes naturally. A clean, refreshed feeling boosts your mood, makes you stand taller, makes you feel more beautiful, and gives you pride knowing you’re at your best even at your worse days.

For women, everyday is a special day. So use the right feminine wash daily.

 

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