Let’s get Intimate

Let’s get Intimate

A healthy vagina shields its extremely delicate areas from bad bacteria through a natural protective mechanism – needing very little effort on your part. It’s easy, because keeping the vagina healthy is simply maintaining it in its natural environment.

Female Hormones (Estrogen)
Vaginal Mucus
Glycogen
lactacyd vagina and its environment
lactacyd vagina and its environment
The vagina has a natural protective layer which is acidic in nature, to help prevent protect against infection. This layer is maintained when good bacteria called lactobacilli breaks down glycogen contained in the secreted vaginal mucus.
lactacyd vagina and its environment
Lactic acid helps good bacteria lactobacilli grow – maintaining a cycle to build the vagina’s acidic protective layer by keeping the pH in the vagina low by increasing the acidity.
lactacyd vagina and its environment
This promotes the growth of lactobacilli, inhibiting the presence of harmful bacteria to help protection against infection.
lactacyd vagina and its environment
Which means your vagina takes care of itself as its walls continually produce secretions to provide lubrication, cleanse itself, and maintaining its proper acidity to help protect against infection.