Restore - Boric Acid Suppositories
Do you have a weird fishy smell down there? Does your vagina feel unnaturally itchy with a strong burning sensation? Well, then this is the product for you!
The vaginal is a self-cleaning organ that is naturally on the acidic side. However, sometimes, the vulva, which is the outer part of the vagina, catches bacteria that it can’t get rid of since it’s not self-cleansing. Ultimately leading to an infection in the vagina. The bacteria found is part of the body’s natural flora but quickly rise to overgrowth causing a pH imbalance. Common infections like BV & Yeast infections often cause itchy, burning sensations accompanied by a fish-like smell – which is obviously bad.
How does Boric Acid Help?
I know the term acid might scare you. But did you know when your pH is balanced your vagina is naturally acidic? The acid makes it capable of killing excessive bacteria. When your pH is imbalanced, your body needs a little help to bring it back to an acidic level. Boric acid restores the natural acidic level in the vagina to restore a healthy pH.
Is it Safe to Use Boric Acid in the Vagina?
The vagina is a sensitive area, so, it’s natural to feel cautious about using things down there. Obviously, whenever you use a product for your vaginal area, you want to be 100% sure that it’s safe to use to avoid worsening the situation. Heavy chemical-based products are not a good idea since they usually do more harm than good. Boric acid, on the other hand, is a very gentle, non-toxic, medicinal capsule that has little to no side effects. Sure, you might experience a bit of white discharge during the treatment, or mild cramping, but that’s completely normal because the boric acid needs to leave the vagina as well – it’s not going to stay there forever.
Do You Need a Boric Acid Suppository?
If you feel excessively itchy down there or if you're noticing a lingering fish-like odor in your vagina, then you should consider using a boric acid suppository to help with the symptoms. Oftentimes, vaginal infections are recurrent because they're not treated but merely dealt with. Doctors prescribe antibiotics and drugs to alleviate the symptoms while the root cause of the issue is pH imbalance. And therefore, though the infections might go away temporarily, they just keep coming back.
How NOT to Use Boric Acid Suppositories
Now that you know how to use boric acid suppositories, you should also be clear on how not to use them. Because obviously, while they are generally safe to use, misuse can be potentially problematic. So, whatever you do, don’t ever use your boric acid suppository as such:
- Do not consume orally. Don’t ever eat it. Only insert it through the vagina, which is the proper administration method.
- Don’t use it if you have sores, cuts, ulcers, or open wounds on your vagina.
- Don’t overdose.
- Don’t use a tampon or have sex until at least 24-48 hours after using a suppository.
- Don’t go for harsh chemical treatments. Just stick to mild boric acid suppositories.
Size: 25ct Per Bottle
Active Ingredients: 100% Pharmaceutical Grade Boric Acid (600mg)