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Multi-Gyn® ActiGel – 50ml #P

Multi-Gyn® ActiGel – 50ml #P

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This gel helps prevent and treat bacterial vaginosis (BV) and vaginal discomforts such as discharge, odour, itch, irritations, sensitivity, redness and soreness. The patented 2QR-complex in this gel blocks harmful bacteria in a safe, natural way. It also counters yeast and optimises vaginal flora and condition of the tissues. Does not contain perfume, harsh chemicals, hormones, preservatives or ingredients of animal origin.

Directions For Use

For treatment of bacterial vaginosis (BV) with undesired discharge and/or odour:
Apply in the vagina at minimum twice per day in ample quantity for a minimum of 5 days.

For prevention of undesired discharge, odour and related complaints or to counter yeast:
One application per three days is sufficient.
More frequent application increases the efficacy.
We advise application prior to bedtime.
Unprotected intercourse affects the acidity pH value of the vagina.
Use Multi-Gyn ActiGel within 8 hours after intercourse to restore the optimal vaginal pH and prevent growth of unwanted bacteria and malodour.

In case of vaginal discomforts such as itch, irritations, sensitivity, redness, and soreness:
Apply Multi-Gyn ActiGel in ample quantity at least once per day or whenever relief is desired.

Active Ingredients

Galactoarabinan Polyglucoronic Acid Crosspolymer
(2QR: patented bio-active polysaccharides)


Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Please read the accompanying instructions carefully before using this product.
Only use this product as intended, in the event of misuse, seek medical advice.


Do not use this product if you are allergic or have a hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.

Precautions For Special Groups

Multi-Gyn ActiGel can be used safely during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Product Specific Warnings

Multi-Gyn ActiGel should not be used longer than 30 days in one treatment period.
In case of persistent or recurrent complaints you should consult your doctor.


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