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Review: Clean and Dry Intimate Wash Intimate hygiene revolution in women

The concept of intimate hygiene is very less talked about and hence the awareness of this is also pretty low.A friend of mine suffered from severe Urinary Tract Infection some years back. When she visited the gynecologist, the doctor advised her to use Clean and Dry Intimate wash to clean the vaginal area along with the medicines that were prescribed. Its use really improved her condition greatly.

Clean and dry uses the principle of balancing the pH of the vaginal region. Our blood has a pH of 7.3 to 7.4. During periods, the blood discharge results in an increase in the pH of the vaginal region leading to growth of bacteria. This is the leading cause of vaginal infections. The ingredients in clean and dry help balance the pH of the vaginal region and prevent the growth of bacteria.clean and dry wash

Intimate hygiene revolution in women

Though Clean and Dry Intimate wash doesn’t cure Urinary Tract Infections, it prevents them and also increases the effectiveness of medicines taken along with its use. A lot of my friends including me have begun using it and it does do what is says.

Clean and Dry Intimate Wash contains menthol and aloe-vera in a gel based formulation that cleans your intimate regions making you feel fresh. It contains glycerine which moisturizes unlike other drying soaps. For those women who suffer from vaginal odor issues, this wash comes in handy. It is safe to use and compatible with most skin types.


100Rs for 100 ml bottle.

What She Likes:

  • It has a pleasing floral fragrance.

  • Does not irritate sensitive skin

  • Effectively cleans the vaginal area and gets rid of odour

  • Affordable and easily available at local chemist shops.

  • Forms good lather

  • Shelf Life of the product is 3 Years

  • It is transparent with a runny texture.

What She Hates

I did not like the advertisement for the product. Was disappointed with the way the product was promoted and did not highlight the products true features.
The cap too is not a strong one and gets easily detached.

What do you think?

Written by Smita Diwan

Smita Diwan is a Media & Communication evangelist with 15+ years of steady growth. She has served across diverse verticals of Broadcast Journalism, Corporate Communications, Digital Media and Public Relations. A fitness enthusiast, Smita devotes her ‘rare’ free-time to yoga and meditation. As she strongly believes that the right balance is the key to steady growth.

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