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Smart Tips for Intimate Hygiene

At every age and phase of your life, protect your most delicate area with these feminine hygiene must- knows.

Do's   Dont's
  • Use the right Feminine Hygiene Wash daily.
  • Eat a proper, balanced diet.
  • Manage your stress.
  • Stay hydrated.
  • Have an annual check-up with your Gynecologist.
  • Use mild fabric softeners and detergents for washing your underwear.
  • Don't use petroleum jelly and other oils for lubrication.
  • Avoid coloured or perfumed toilet tissue.

Feminine Hygiene Wash - Lactacyd India

The easiest and most effective way to protect yourself from irritations and further from infections is by using the right Feminine Hygiene Wash. But how do you choose the best?

Simple, follow these pointers to pick an intimate hygiene wash that:

  • Has the right pH : between 4.5- 5.5
  • Has mild natural ingredients like: lactoserum and lactic acid
  • Has a mild fragrance
  • Is recommended by doctors
  • Is safe & gentle enough for everyday use

Lactacyd® a Sanofi product meets all these requirements, thus making it a trusted intimate hygiene choice for confident and smart women across the world.


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