Relieve yeast infections and BV within hours with the ground-breaking boric acid suppository treatments. Different from anything you've tried before, The Killer (lol) by Love Wellness is made from a mineral found in sea water, working to quickly and effectively relieve oneself of pesky female infections, especially chronic ones that are resistant to other types of treatments. Hello, overnight miracle!
Boric Acid works to relieve infections by bringing your vaginal pH back to its normal range, allowing for an environment re-set. They can be used for spot treatments when things feel a little ''off'' down there (you know what they're talking about) and for full courses of treatment. You'll never travel without them, and once you try them, they'll become a bathroom essential you can't go without.
Love Wellness made The Killer because you deserve a natural product that works like hell to provide you with quick and gentle relief from common female infections. Simply better than what's sold at drugstores, they've made boric acid suppositories accessible for all women because you deserve products that perform, and aren't formulated with crazy chemicals.
Insert vaginally at bedtime for 7 days, and up to 14 days. For spot treatment, use after sex, the last day of your period, or when things don't feel quite right down there. Expect some discharge over the course of the night, and avoid sexual intercourse during treatment. To recolonize good bacteria, can be used with Good Girl Probiotic during the day.
Precautions: Consult with a doctor/healthcare provider - It's important to talk with your doctor or healthcare provider before starting any new supplement routine. They¿ll know you best, and by having your full medical history for context, they can provide the best guidance on whether or not certain ingredients could interfere with medications you may be taking already.
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