• Aloe vera intimate wash

    Aloe Vera

    A short-stemmed shrub, Aloe is a genus that contains more than 500 species of flowering succulent plants. The leaves of Aloe Vera are erect, and form a dense rosette. The gel released from the plant's leaves has many uses. One such sub species, Aloe Barbadensis is known to be highly effective in the management of candidiasis (also known as vaginal yeast infection) and vaginitis. It helps keep the external vaginal skin (the vulva) soft and moisturised.

  • neem intimate wash


    According to Ayurveda, Neem is a popular medicinal herb that has been a part of traditional remedies dating back to almost 5000 years. It is also known as Azadirachta Indica in English and is home to more than 130 different biologically active compounds. This makes it an effective anti-viral and anti-bacterial ingredient and a powerful immuno-stimulant. Neem prevents infection caused by the Candida albicans yeast through an anti-adhesive mechanism and also exerts a broad spectrum microbial activity to fight vaginal infections. It helps keep the external genital area infection free.

  • Banyan Fig

    Banyan Fig

    India has an ancient heritage of traditional medicines and Ficus Benghalensis (Family Moraceae) also known as the Banyan tree has its various plant parts such as stem, bark, root bark aerial roots, vegetative buds, leaves, fruits and latex used for various medicinal purposes. The bark of leaves of this group is used as astringent, haemostatic, anti-inflammatory, anti-septic and is prescribed in diarrhoea, dysentery and in the treatment of skin disease, ulcers, vaginal disorders, leucorrhoea, menorrhagia, deficient lactation.

  • Tea Tree

    Tea Tree

    Melaleuca Alternifolia, commonly known as narrow-leaved paper bark, narrow-leaved tea-tree, or snow-in-summer, is a species of tree or tall shrub in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. The essential oil extracted from tea-tree has powerful topical antibacterial properties making it an effective antiseptic agent. It is widely used in the treatment of acne. It is known to reduce inflammation and finds a popular use in the treatment of fungal infections. The tea-tree oil helps in the growth of Lactobacilli which controls the growth of Candila Albicans.



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