Chandigarh, Sanjay Pahwa : Region’s emerging group today launched a product specifically designed for cleansing womens’ intimate area ‘HYGIMATE FEMIWASH’ in one of its division ESPANA CURA. The product was launched today by the managing partners of the group in the presence of leading retailers and distributors of the region, in a glittering ceremony ..
Hygimate Femiwash, which is a minimal foaming daily cleanser contains Lactic acid and natural Lacto serums which maintains natural pH balance of the vaginal flora. It contains natural skin conditioning components that protects and keeps the tissues healthy thereby making it an essential part of a woman’s personal care routine. Hygimate femiwash has tea tree extract which is a nature’s way of removing Bacteria.
Hygimate Femiwash is effective in the prevention of Urinary Tract Infections, Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and its related discomforts such as discharge, odour, itch, irritations, sensitivity and redness. It helps protect from infections during Postpartum Care (Post Delivery Stage) and Menstruation (Periods).
A survey shows that chronic neglect towards hygiene and infections of reproductive organs may lead to cervical cancer. Nation’s highly literate state i.e. Kerala confirms the importance of Genital Hygiene for the fight against infectious factors which have a vital role in the development of cervical dysplasia and ovarian cancer.
According to the officials, poor intimate hygiene is one of the major factors which can upset the pH balance in vagina and may lead to Bacterial Vaginosis and various other complications of female reproductive organs. Menstruation (Periods) promotes the risk of Yeast infection. Pregnancy and the resultant change in hormone levels can cause thrush. Women should be very careful at this stage by maintaining vaginal hygiene otherwise it may pose serious problems during childbirth. Besides that, Drugs like Oral contraceptives and antibiotics can also contribute to vaginosis. Sanitary Pads, Panty liners or Tampons increases chances of infection , and may upset the vaginal flora.
The organisation has announced to donate 1 percent of sale’s profit to the underprivileged patients suffering from cervical cancer. It also aims to expand this newly launched product through its robust base of a large number of retailers and distributors. With this launch, company officials are hopeful for catering the tricity’s consumption which allows them expand in the region. The product is available at all leading stores.