Feminine Intimate Cleansing
Feminine Intimate Cleansing (vaginal douching) is necessary for female hygiene, candidiasis, urinary tract infections, fungal infections, itch, odour, irritation and discharge.
At Pure Detox Center, a safe and natural formulation of pure Malaleuca Alternifolia (tea tree oil) and purified water is use for the douches. The oil is proven for use because of its soothing and gentle effect for a fresher, cleaner, healthy and more confident you.
Natural Malaleuca Alternifolia or tea tree oil, is most widely-used as an antibacterial, an antifungal, and an antiviral. It is native to Australia and has been used as medicinal treatments for centuries by the Aborigines. Research has been conducted on its therapeutic properties, making it popular across Australia, Europe, and North America.
Vaginal discharge is a common phenomenon among women, causing discomforts due to its side effects such as bad odours, staining the underwear and itchiness or burning sensations.
Feminine odour can also be caused by perspiration, discharge and your period. In most cases a few simple treatment of feminine douches can help you get rid of this disturbing phenomenon.
The easiest way to treat an infection is to stop it. As they always say, prevention is better than cure.
What is douching?
The word “douche” means to wash or soak in French. Douching is washing or cleaning out the vaginal-birth canal with water or other mixtures of fluids.
How common is douching?
Douching is common among women in the United States. It's estimated that 20 to 40 percent of American women 15 to 44 years old douche regularly. About half of these women douche each week.
I’ve been using liquid soap and soap bars for years to wash my vaginal (feminine area)with, and I haven’t had any trouble yet. Do I really need to use feminine douches?
You’re lucky you haven’t had any problems yet using those harsh substances for your vaginal (feminine area). Or probably, you’re just not showing symptoms of bacterial infection even if you really have it! Studies have proven that almost 50% of women are asymptomatic when it comes to bacterial vaginosis (BV) Soaps in any form (liquid or bars) usually contain high pH values that are very far from the vagina’s own natural environment. Products like these will only damage the vaginal’s natural acidic layer which serves as its protection from bad bacteria.
Frequent use of irritant chemicals like soap will gradually destroy the vaginal’s sensitive environment, so only the gentlest kind of cleansing is needed.