New Feminine Hygiene Wash from Europe Protects Against Infections and Maintains Normal pH

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New to the U.S. this month -- Intima Feminine Hygiene Soap-Free Washes neutralize odors, maintain normal pH, prevents excessive pathogenic bacterial flora and infections due to inbalance. The wash is one of the most popular products for women in Eastern Europe from Poland-based Ziaja Skin Care ( Intima was tested and is recommended by the Institute of Maternity and Gynecological Diseases at the Medical Academy in Gdansk, Poland and also Sederma Labs in France.

Are you plagued with yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, urinary tract infections or just general irritation? Do you feel "funny down there" after getting out of the shower because you just used an industrial strength soap that was designed for your boyfriend or husband? New to the U.S. this month is Intima Feminine Hygiene Soap-Free Wash from Ziaja Skin Care, Inc. from Poland (

Intima's soap-free formula is made with lactic acid -- similar to a woman's natural pH in intimate areas. Intima Washes are extremely gentle -- nothing extra is added in order to avoid drying the epidermis or irritating mucous membranes -- thereby discouraging excessive proliferation of pathogenic bacterial flora.

Ziaja Skin Care was founded by a team of pharmacists and scientists -- and Intima was the lead product developed by Dr. Alexandra Ziaja 15 years ago. Alexandra developed these intimate grooming products that are gentle and refreshing containing a variety of mild fragrances and even aroma-free products for the most sensitive areas on a woman. The 7.0 fl oz bottles of Intima Wash come in three delicate scents Lily of the Valley, Peach, Melon -- and unscented -- and retail for $5.99 each.

The products are available immediately online at and will be in mass retail outlets nationwide this December. For more information contact Ria Romano at 786-290-6413.

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