Clinical, dermatological and gynecological studies
Studies prove very good efficacy and skin tolerability
- Eucerin Intim-Protect was proved to have very good compatibility with sensitive skin, even in cases of dermatoses (such as vaginal mycosis or non-specific irritation.)
- The volunteers were pleased with the product’s effectiveness, both in cleansing and caring.
- Gynaecologists recommended all patients to continue with further use.
How To Use
- Eucerin Intim-Protect can be used in the shower or bath.
- Apply a small amount to the intimate area and rinse thoroughly.
- Suitable for daily use.
Do's and Dont's
Use Eucerin Intim-Protect if …
You have sensitive or irritated skin in the intimate area or are using prescription anti-microbial agents:
Eucerin Intim-Protect is specially designed for the intimate area, offering comfort and protection for sensitive skin and helping to sooth irritations.
Try a different product if …
How it works
Lactic Acid, skin’s own ingredient, helps to maintain the acidity of the intimate area. Together with Lactobacilli, it forms a stable balance creating the exact environment for the natural vaginal microflora. Moreover, Lactic Acid is a natural moisturising factor itself. Bisabolol has anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.
What are surfactants, and which ones does Eucerin use?
Surfactants are active cleansing agents, sometimes also called active surface or active interface substances. They are organic compounds that influence molecular adhesion and reduce surface tension. When used in skin cleansers they make it easier to remove dirt particles from skin’s surface.
Comprehensive clinical and dermatological studies prove that the extra-mild surfactants used in Eucerin cleansing products – which include Sodium Myreth Sulfate and Lauryl Glucoside – have excellent skin compatibility.
How can I be sure your products are safe for my sensitive skin?
All Eucerin cleansing products have been specially formulated to combine gentle cleansing with excellent skin protection and clinically-proven skin tolerability.
Before applying a new product to your intimate area, test it first by applying it repeatedly to the skin on the inside of your elbow. If there’s no reaction (e.g. redness, swelling or itching) then it’s safe to assume the product is compatible with your skin. If you have any concerns we recommend that you ask a pharmacist or dermatologist for their advice.