Intimate care

Intimate pH

The vulvo-vaginal pH varies throughout the different stages in the life of women, as well as in situations of hormonal changes. Between childhood and puberty is around 7.0-usually between 6.8 and 7.2, that is to say, neutral pH-, while from puberty to menopause varies between 4.0 and 5.0, a more acid pH to prevent irritation processes.

Intimate balance

It is very important to maintain a daily hygiene with very soft specific products, with the right pH for every situation and the correct ingredients to help relieve and improve the health status of the intimate area.


Consider these basic tips and easy to implement will save infections, alterations and annoying complications in the most sensitive area of the body.

  1. Use appropriate products for intimate areas which are soft and formulated with the correct pH.
  2. Wear loose clothes made of natural fabrics such as cotton, which allow perspiration.
  3. Always clean the area from front to back in order to prevent the spread of pathogenic bacteria.
  4. Do not use panty liners or use only those that are breathable.
  5. Visit your gynecologist regularly every year as well as in situations where you feel that something is wrong.