Kolorex Intimate Wash is a soap-free formulation of natural ingredients that is designed to cleanse, freshen and prevent irritation in intimate areas.
Most soaps are very alkaline and wash away our skin’s protective acid shield. Kolorex Intimate Wash is formulated with lactic acid to a natural and healthy pH of 4.5. It contains the scientifically studied herbal extract Kolorex Horopito for microflora balance and aloe vera to soothe, replenish and condition.
Kolorex Intimate Wash can be used in conjunction with Kolorex Intimate Care Cream during acute Candida outbreaks or may be used as a standalone product for every day use to help keep microflora in balance.
Kolorex Intimate Wash is dermatologically tested and is non-irritating, non-sensitising and suitable for those with sensitive skin.
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Kolorex Intimate Wash Ingredients per Capsule
Water (aqua), Sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate, Coco or decyl glucoside, Sodium magnesium silicate, Vegetable glycerine, Dehydroacetic acid and benzyl alcohol, Lactic acid, Kolorex Horopito, (Pseudowintera colorata) leaf extract and Olive (Olea europaea) oil, Xanthan gum, Lemon tea tree (Leptospermum petersonii) leaf oil, Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) leaf oil, Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis) leaf extract (200:1)
Kolorex Intimate Wash cream is free from: SLS/SLES (harsh soap), synthetic preservatives, mineral oils, synthetic fragrances, parabens and animal products
Kolorex Intimate Wash - Contra-indications, Interactions or Cautions
- Do not use Kolorex Intimate Wash if you have allergies to any of the ingredients.
- For all Cautions, Interactions or Contra-indications associated with Kolorex Intimate Wash please contact your health care professional.
The active ingredients in Kolorex Intimate Wash, when professionally prescribed, may assist patients suffering from specific health conditions.
This statement does not imply or make a claim for a cure for disorders treated with Kolorex Intimate Wash and therefore its use should be based on published scientific and clinical data as well as traditional uses.