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About Lactacyd®

Don't let irritation, dryness, periods, discharge, or any discomfort get you down. Give your intimate area the most sensitive care it deserves. Soap is harsh; don't compromise on your most special needs. Choose Lactacyd®.


Use Lactacyd® everyday to feel clean, refreshed, protected and confident all day long.

Lactacyd® – a Sanofi product is the No.1 Feminine Hygiene Wash that inspires confidence worldwide, and has been trusted by doctors and women for more than 30 years who understand that feminine hygiene is essential to stay healthy and confident.

It has been specially formulated with Lactoserum and Lactic Acid (extracted from milk) to protect you from itching, irritation, burning sensation, dryness, vaginal discharge and malodor, experienced by every woman in her intimate area.


  • Lactacyd® contains natural and mild cleansing ingredients extracted from milk: Lactic acid and Lactoserum.
    • Lactic acid: Maintains the desired pH balance of 5.2 around the intimate area. This protects you from harmful organisms that may cause inflammation, itching and bad odor in your intimate area (area around vagina).
    • Lactoserum: Has healing & moisturizing properties, prevents from dryness, itching and irritation. Prolongs the effect of lactic acid.
  • Lactacyd® offers daily natural protection against dryness, itching, irritation and infections.
  • Lactacyd® provides long-lasting freshness & fragrance.
  • Lactacyd® is safe & gentle on skin.
  • Lactacyd® is prescribed and recommended by gynecologists worldwide.


References:

  1. Selvaraj K. et al, Satisfaction Survey of combination of Lactic Acid and Lactoserum in treatment of Vulvovaginal Infections in Indian Women. Asian Journal of Obs & Gyn practice.2009; 3
  2. Gupte P., et al, Vulvovaginal Hygiene and Care. Indian Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS. 2009; 30: 130-133



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