La Femme Vaginal Douche - 350 Ml
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- LA FEMME 350 ML VAGINAL DOUCHE
- LA FEMME
- INTIMATE HYGIENE CLEANSER
- La Femme Vaginal Douche
- It is a refreshing vaginal wash for sensitive areas.
- It can be used to treat bacterial skin diseases (dermatitis, acne)
- It is used surgically to cleanse wounds after dilution.
- Used to cleanse hands.
- La Femme Vaginal Douche have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal action.
- It is a powerful antiseptic that fight bacterial and fungal infections.
- Contains chlorohexidine in a high concentration which is strong bactericidal.
- Contains Hexamidine, which works to complement the effect of
- Chlorohexidine, to maximizes the effects on bacteria.
- Multiple uses (for sensitive areas, bacterial skin diseases and for surgical cleansing purposes)
- La Femme Vaginal Douche have a refreshing smell after use.
- La Femme Vaginal Douche can be used concentrated or after dilution.
Instructions for use/ How to Use
- For vaginal infections: Used without dilution or a 1:10 dilution.
- For bacterial skin diseases (acne, skin infections): Used without dilution or by preparing a 1:10 dilution.
- Used to cleanse wounds after preparing a 1: 10 dilution.
- Used without dilution then rinsing.
- Do not use if allergic to any of its ingredients.
- Keep away from the reach of the children.
Vaginal infections overview:
- Vaginal infections are inflammation or infections in the external genitalia or vagina.
- It is considered a common condition that affects women of all ages.
Causes of vaginal infections:
- Bacteria are the main cause of up to 30% of cases.
- Fungal infection is the second most common cause.
- Viruses and parasites can also cause vulvovaginitis.
- Sexually transmitted diseases also cause vulvovaginitis.
- Exposure to irritating and allergic substances may cause vulvovaginitis.
Symptoms of vulvovaginitis:
- Irritation in the genitals.
- Excessive smells and secretions.
- Feeling uncomfortable while urinating.
Treating vaginal infections:
- Topical treatments: (creams, suppositories, vaginal washes, and douches)
- The patient may need oral treatments such as antibacterial and antifungal medications.