Intimate irritations are worthy representatives of the family of embarrassing little annoyances, those capable of turning a peaceful life into a real hell. Burning, itching, tingling, white discharge… All these symptoms can be a sign of vulvovaginal mycosis.
Vulvovaginal mycoses can be the consequence of a hormonal upheaval (contraception, pregnancy, menopause), a period of intense stress, ill-adapted intimate hygiene (too abundant or with too aggressive soaps) or antibiotic treatment. These factors upset the natural balance of the flora and lead to the development of bad germs, or in the case of mycosis, the abnormal development of a fungus, called Candida albicans. These gynecological infections are unfortunately common in a woman's life, since it affects about 3 out of 4 women (2).
In these moments, the choice of intimate hygiene care is crucial. It is necessary to opt for a solution that does not favor the development of these fungi.
Hydralin Gyn® relieves irritation and protects daily.
Lasting relief, for 12 hours (3).
Hydralin Gyn® is intended for all women suffering from irritation following a vaginal mycosis or a gynecological infection. Its use at the first signs of discomfort effectively combats irritation. Indeed, thanks to glycocolle, a substance with soothing properties, Hydralin Gyn® provides lasting relief for 12 hours and allows you to regain intimate well-being.
A rebalanced flora.
In addition, thanks to an alkaline pH (pH 8.5), Hydralin Gyn® helps fight against excess acidity favorable to the development of Candida albicans, the germ responsible for vulvovaginal mycoses.
(1) GP Therapeutic Training Society Information Materials for Patients Vaginal Thrushes - August 2001 (2) Sobel J, Faro S, Force RW, Foxman B, Ledger WJ, Nyirjesy P et al. Vulvovaginal candidiasis: epidemiologic, diagnostic and therapeutic considerations. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1998; 178: 203-11. (3) Siboulet A., Bohbot JM. Comparative study Gyn Hydralin ® - Placebo: genital pruritus. Gyn Obs 1999; 398.