Thursday, March 15, 2012

Review: Keep your V-zone Hygienic with Lactacyd Intimate

Lactacyd Intimate is the World's No. 1 Brand in Feminine Hygiene.
*This post is dedicated to ladies only.

If you think that the vaginal area (V-zone) is a part you don't need to care for, then you're totally wrong! Here, let me share with you some common myths about the V-zone.

MYTH: Feminine wash should only be used when one has an infection.
FACT: A vaginal infection usually requires a trip to the doctor’s and medication. To prevent infections, use Lactacyd® Intimate Daily Wash to gently cleanse, refresh and moisturise the external vaginal area twice daily.
Lactacyd® Daily Feminine Wipes can be used on the go.

MYTH: The V-zone cleans itself.
FACT: While the vagina naturally lubricates and cleanses itself internally, the vulva (external vaginal area) of the V-zone needs to be cleaned with feminine wash and warm water to inhibit the growth of unwanted bacteria.

MYTH: Body wash can be used on the V-zone, too.
FACT: Body wash contains harsh chemicals that actually damage the vagina’s natural acidic layer that protects it from bad bacteria. They also irritate the vulva and can cause the sensitive skin to become dry.

MYTH: Frequent use of feminine wash leads to bacterial vaginosis.
FACT: Improper tampon use, antibiotic use and having multiple sexual partners can disturb the natural pH balance in the vagina, leading to the growth of pathogenic bacteria, which causes bacterial vaginosis. Lactacyd® Intimate Daily Wash, on the other hand, contains lactic acid, which inhibits the multiplication of harmful bacteria and promotes the growth of friendly lactobacilli. It also has lactoserum or milk extract that is extra-nourishing for the V-zone.

Now that you have learnt the facts, let me introduce to you the Lactacyd® Intimate Daily Feminine Hygiene Wash and Lactacyd® Daily Feminine Wipes.

While you take good care of yourself, you must never neglect the most feminine part of your body: your V-zone. The vaginal ecosystem has a natural balance of “good” and “bad” bacteria, which is easily tipped when the pH level is altered. Changing hormonal levels during menstruation, pregnancy or even menopause can make the V-zone more susceptible to bacterial or yeast infections.

I was first introduced to Lactacyd Intimate when I got to try their samples and soon after I fall in love with it as it keeps the V-zone clean and odour-free. You can feel the difference after you've tried it.  

I have a few packs of the Lactacyd® Daily Feminine Wipes in my handbag at all times and use it very frequently during my menstruation period. It is very convenient to bring around and use.
Each piece is really wide and moist. It is made of cotton and feels very gentle on the skin.

Next, allow me to introduce the Lactacyd® Intimate Daily Feminine Hygiene Wash

Formulated with lactic acid, it maintains the delicate pH balance of the V-zone. Lactic acid and lactoserum also promotes the growth of good bacteria, lactobacillus acidophilus, to protect the vagina against infections. Lactacyd® Intimate Daily Feminine Hygiene Wash contains natural milk extracts derived from cow’s milk, thus making it extra moisturising and nourishing for your V-zone’s delicate skin. Plus, it’s hypoallergenic, which makes it suitable for all skin types. Use it daily as part of your V-zone care routine to keep you feeling clean and fresh all day long. 

The wash comes in a milky white colour gel form that foams up easily. The wash didn't irritate the skin or cause dryness after use. The use of daily feminine wash for the V-zone is just like using a dedicated facial wash to take care of your facial feature.

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Lactacyd® Intimate Daily Wash comes in 150ml (RSP $6.90) and 250ml (RSP$11.90). Lactacyd® Daily Feminine Wipes comes in three packs of 10 sheets (RSP $4.95). 

Be on your way to a clean and healthy V-zone, now!


Disclaimer: I am not affiliated to Lactacyd, Singapore. Products sent for review consideration. Review published here is based on my own experience and opinion. 

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