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For generations,
shameless about intimate care.

Empowering women to be more open about intimate care since 1973. Without apology. Without stigma. Without shame.

Products

From itch relief and odor control to cleansing at home or on-the-go, we’ve got the solutions to help you shamelessly take control of your intimate care.

Scentsitive Scents®
Freshness Solutions
Itch Solutions

We created individual crash courses that examine the most pressing issues affecting women’s vaginal health. Curious? Check it out!

 

Itch

If you have a vagina, you’ve probably felt itchy in that area at some point in your life.

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Dryness

Let’s talk about vaginal dryness, shall we? Firstly, it’s more common than you think!

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Odor

Fact: Your vaginal area has a lot of sweat glands. And we all know what happens when we sweat.

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Yeast Infection

Before we get started, this type of infection is common. It’s not something that should be whispered in shame or make you feel dirty.

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FAQ

One woman’s questions are every woman’s questions.

Do any Vagisil products contain estrogen?

In an effort to ensure our products are as gentle on your body as possible, there is no estrogen in any Vagisil products.

Do Vagisil products contain fragrance?

Some Vagisil products contain safe amounts of fragrance. Vagisil products are specifically formulated for the sensitive skin in the vaginal area and have been dermatologist tested. Vagisil ProHydrate® Moisturizing Gel and Vagisil Hydrocortisone Anti-Itch Creme for Sensitive Skin are fragrance free.

What is pH?

Aside from bringing back memories of science class, pH measures a degree of alkalinity or acidity. Healthy human skin, including the skin in the vulvar area, has an acidic pH in the range of 4 to 6.1. Vagisil daily intimate washes are formulated to skin’s optimal pH level, unlike conventional cleansing products like some bar soaps and body washes.

Can I use your products if I am nursing or pregnant?

We recommend you consult with your OB-GYN.

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