Ayurvedic Intimate Wash For Women 100 ml

Each ml Contains

Aloevera Extract              

1% w/v

Neem Extract                      

1% w/v

Triphala Extract                

1% w/v

Lodhra Extract                 

1% w/v

Haldi Extract                      

1% w/v

Mulethi Extract                 

1% w/v

Wheatgerm Extract          

1% w/v

Teatree Extract                  

1% w/v


Aloevera (Aloe Barbadensis)
Aloevera is best known for its medicinal properties. It is a wonderful medicinal plant containing numerous vitamins, minerals, natural sugars, enzymes, amino acids and various bioactive compounds. Many cosmetic industries widely use this plant owing to its healing and nourishing properties. It possess anti-inflammatory, healing, moisturizing and antiseptic effect. Aloe is rich in mucopolysacchrides which help in binding moisture to the skin. It also has cohesive effects on the epidermal cells, which softens the skin. Topical use of aloevera show healing and antiseptic effect on skin. Aloe is used as a tonic for the female reproductive system. (Journal of Drug Delivery & Therapeutics, 2018 ; 8(5) : 94-99)

Neem (Azadirachta Indica)
The neem tree has been known as the wonder tree for centuries in the Indian subcontinent. Neem is used in treatment of various skin disorders. It has demonstrated its effectiveness as a powerful antibiotic. It also has shown anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. It helps support a strong immune system and is used in cases of inflammatory skin conditions. Traditionally neem has been used for skin and blood purifying conditions. It is effective against a broad spectrum of skin diseases including eczema, psoriasis, dry skin, wrinkles, rashes and dandruff. Laboratory tests have shown that neem is effective against certain fungi such as athlete’s foot fungus, ringworm, fungus infecting lungs and a fungus causing lesions in mouth, vagina, skin and hands. (Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research , 2010, 2(1) : 62-72)

Triphala, formulated as powder of three myrobalan fruits, Emblica Officinalis, Terminalia Chebula and Terminalia Belerica in equal proportions exhibits plethora of health benefits. It is one of the most important rasayna druga used in ayurveda. Clinical studies show that triphala exhibits protective benefits on skin cells and can be used as a potential ingredient in skin care formulations. Triphala has potential antioxidant property and it acts as a skin protective ingredient by re-building skin structural proteins. (PLoS ONE, 2016)

Lodhra (Symplocosracemosa)
Lodhra is a common, indigenous drug used by ayurvedic practitioners. It has many pharmacological actions such as anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, wound healing, hepatoprotective. It is useful in treatment of skin diseases. It acts as a blood purifier and is useful in chronic skin diseases. Lodhra contains astringent property and is specially used for improving women health. It is highly effective to relax uterine tissue and act on the mucous membrane. It also cures leucorrhoea. (J. Bio. Innov. 7(4), 2018)

Haldi (Curcuma Longa)
Haldi is considered as an herbal remedy due to its anti-inflammatory and therapeutic properties. It possesses anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Turmeric has also been used for thousands of years to treat various skin diseases and heal wounds. It has anti-bacterial properties. Topical use of turmeric can help in reducing localized inflammation. It’s anti-inflammatory action relieve swelling, inflammation and redness of skin. It’s soothing effect helps hydrate the skin and reduces itchiness. Turmeric has powerful antioxidant and healing properties. (www.researchgate.net)

Mulethi (Glycyrrhiza Glabra)
Mulethi is an important medicinal plant. It has various pharmacological activities such as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial activities. It has been used as anti-allergic, demulcent, fungicide, respiratory, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, eye and skin disorders. It also helps in regulating menstruation. It is very sweet, moist and soothing herb and is an anti-inflammatory. Licorice preparations have been used to soothe and heal skin eruptions. (Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014)

Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia)
Tea tree oil is an essential oil extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia. It has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral activity. It is effective for the treatment of cuts, acne, herpes, dandruff, muscle aches, rheumatic complains and also boosts the immune system. It is most effective to help on the genito-urinary system. It can be used to help clear vaginal thrush, cystitis and genital infection in general and on the skin. The tea tree oil is one of the most powerful immune stimulant oil and helps fight infections of all kinds and helps clear the skin. (International Journal of Pharmaceutical & Phytopharmacological Research, 2013)

Wheatgerm (Triticum)
Wheat germ is a by-product derived from wheat milling industry. Wheatgerm, containing about 8% - 14% oil is mainly used in food, medical and cosmetic industries as a source of oil. It possess anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant properties. It is a rich source of tocopherols (vitamin E). The oil showed a high content of essential fatty acid linoleic acid and can be used for many skin creams, lotions, soap, shampoo etc. (Food & Nutrition Sciences, 2015)

Wheat germ oil is rich in vitamin E. This vitamin may help prevent skin from losing moisture and helps protect from damage. It may improve skin texture and may help heal wounds. (www.livestrong.com)