Intimate Hygiene Gels
Intimate Hygiene Gels
The conventional bath gels that we use for the body (even the neutral ones) are not prepared for a totally healthy action and without risks for the intimate area. Extending its use to the genital area is a very frequent mistake, which can alter the vaginal pH and, therefore, the vaginal flora that naturally protects us from infections. The female intimate area is an area of the body that is extremely sensitive to various factors that can contribute to altering its natural state and balance, so hygiene and cleaning with soap-free cleaning solutions that do not have perfumes or deodorants, and pH are highly recommended. neutral.
At Farma2Go you can find the best intimate gels with physiological pH of the vulva and antiseptics to prevent the proliferation of bacteria, fungi or viruses that are harmful to the well-being of our body. Instead of intimate gels, you can also use tea tree or propolis, which have moisturizing properties that will relieve discomfort associated with ailments in the intimate area or discomfort that can occur during menopause. Likewise, we have refreshing wipes for intimate hygiene.
Vaginal Area Care
Any soapy compound can irritate the intimate area. However, intimate gels specifically designed for these functions are made with ingredients that help us soothe itching and vaginal itching, moisturizing and regenerating the skin from possible alterations. This is something to take into account and important when it comes to preserving the vaginal flora in optimal conditions that protects us from pathogenic microorganisms and bacteria, responsible for many discomforts in the intimate area and infections.
As general recommendations for adequate cleaning and hygiene of the vaginal area, it is recommended to take care of the temperature of the water with which you wash, the most indicated being warm or cold because it alters the vaginal pH as little as possible, and to clean the perineal area front to back. In addition, it is important to take into account that excessive douching can alter the flora and cause vulvovaginal irritation, itching and discomfort , and it is advisable to avoid the use of sponges and gloves, as they can alter the vaginal macrobiotics.