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Femagene® Intimate Cleansing Bar

Femagene® Intimate Cleansing Bar

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Femagene® Intimate Cleansing Bar

The Femagene® Intimate Cleansing Bar is an everyday cleansing bar for intimate cleansing and freshness. It is fragrance-free and dermatologically tested to assist with:

  • Irritation
  • Odour control and itching.

What is Lactic-a:

In order to have intimate balance, you need to have the correct pH as well as the correct microbiome balance.

If any of these are out of sync, it will impact your intimate health. Ordinary alkaline soaps can break intimate health balance by increasing the pH. It is therefore essential to use the correct intimate health products like Fermagene® pH for the vulvovaginal area  (+/- pH 4.5) for the following reasons:

  • Vulvovaginal health, pH and the microbiome are linked and rely on each other for intimate health balance.
  • Low pH and lactic acid are synonymous in this intimate health balance.
  • Low pH (+/- pH 4.5) personal care products are designed to work in harmony with this intimate health balance.
  • Lactic-a in Fermagene® is lactic acid with pH 4.5 by design.

Size: 150ml



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Medical Research Journals

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