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Dietary supplements & probiotics for intimate flora

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Do you wish to benefit from natural, high-quality products to care for your intimate flora? SuperSmart offers you a list of the best dietary supplements and probiotics for intimate flora.

Our products act on intimate health by helping to reduce inflammation, supporting immunity, or maintaining your microbial or hormonal balance. They are particularly interesting in cases of intimate flora imbalances (after a yeast infection, in case of intimate dryness, etc.)

Discover especially our oral probiotic specially designed for intimate health: Vaginal Health. Another natural probiotic, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, is excellent for balancing your microbial flora. For prebiotics (compounds that feed the good bacteria), turn to Fructo-Oligosaccharides. In this selection, you will also find various nutrients studied for their potentially interesting effects on female intimate flora, such as omega-3s (Super Omega 3) and vitamin C (Asc2P).

Furthermore, you can also discover our dietary supplements for urinary comfort and our dietary supplements for the prostate.

Vaginal Health SupplementVaginal Health
Combination of probiotics and prebiotics
60 DRCaps™
22.00 €(23.83 US$)Add to basket
5 4 reviews
Asc2P Supplement Asc2P
A stable and potent form of vitamin C that can penetrate cells, and that maintains telomere length
60 Veg. Caps.
37.00 €(40.07 US$)Add to basket
4.5 20 reviews
Cran-Max® SupplementCran-Max® 500 mg
A high-quality cranberry extract for maintaining a healthy urinary tract
60 Veg. Caps
29.00 €(31.41 US$)Add to basket
5 3 reviews
Fructo-Oligosaccharides SupplementFructo-Oligosaccharides
Bifido-active fibre Improves intestinal health and boosts the body's own natural defences
200 g
20.00 €(21.66 US$)Add to basket
5 7 reviews
Lactobacillus Rhamnosus GG SupplementLactobacillus Rhamnosus GG
Natural aid to maintaining intestinal and vaginal flora.
60 DR Caps™
25.00 €(27.07 US$)Add to basket
4.5 16 reviews
Super Omega 3 SupplementSuper Omega 3
EPA and DHA: one of the most natural, pure, powerful and stable product on the market
90 softgels
28.00 €(30.32 US$)Add to basket
5 167 reviews
Synergy packs Synergy packs

More effective nutrients for less money. Product combinations chosen by the scientific team at SuperSmart for their synergistic and complementary effects, at a great price. These supplement combinations have been shown to maximise absorption of active compounds and increase efficacy. How is this possible? By focusing on nutritional synergy. This is when the beneficial effects of several compounds taken simultaneously (vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients…) are greater than those obtained from these same compounds taken in isolation. We know, for example, that vitamin C supports iron absorption and that quercetin slows down the enzymes responsible for eliminating certain antioxidants. Every day, research is discovering new nutrient combinations that can enhance the benefits of dietary supplements.


Vaginal probiotics: which one should you choose to protect your intimate flora?

Are you looking for the best possible probiotic for maintaining healthy vaginal flora? Find out how to care for this particular microbiome which, though less well-known, is nonetheless crucial for good female intimate health.

What exactly is the vaginal microbiome?

The vaginal microbiome is the collective term for all the microorganisms that live in the vagina. In simple terms, it’s as important to intimate health as the gut microbiota is to intestinal health!

Its function is two-fold: to defend the vaginal mucosa from pathogens by protecting it with a biofilm, and to maintain its pH within an ideal range (between 3.5 and 4.5).

A guarantee of good vaginal health, this important ecosystem is, however, sometimes subject to imbalances, referred to as dysbiosis. This is usually caused by hormonal or environmental factors such as certain medications, stress, fatigue or inappropriate intimate hygiene.

In allowing particular bacterial strains to ‘get the upper hand’, vaginal dysbiosis paves the way for the development of gynaecological or urinary tract problems. When such problems become recurrent, they can cause significant genital discomfort and adversely affect a woman’s sex life.

The healthy microorganisms that populate the vaginal flora

200: that’s the approximate number of different species of bacteria so far identified in the vagina. But a closer look shows that a healthy vaginal microbiota displays far less diversity.

Here, it’s lactic bacteria (lactobacilli) which form the overwhelming bulk of its composition - almost 90%. This defensive battalion is what’s referred to as Döderlein flora.

While every profile is unique, most women will have between one and four dominant strains from among the following: Lactobacillus jensenii, Lactobacillus gasseri, Lactobacillus crispatus and Lactobacillus iners.

Other beneficial lactic colonisers include L. acidophilus, L. casei, L. Plantarum, L. rhamnosus and L. salivarius, which are also found in other regions of the body (such as the mouth and digestive tract).

It’s worth noting that vaginal flora composition depends heavily on oestrogen secretions. It can therefore vary significantly across the menstrual cycle, and during pregnancy and the menopause.

Which vaginal probiotic should you choose?

The purpose of a vaginal probiotic is to ‘re-seed’ the physiological flora with friendly microorganisms in order to restore a harmonious environment.

For optimal efficacy, you therefore need to focus on the above-mentioned lactobacilli. Other species of lactic bacteria such as bifidobacteria (used in yogurt fermentation) are also able to anchor themselves to the vaginal wall, and deserve a place in your microbiotic regimen.

While choosing the right bacteria is crucial, it’s equally important that they successfully implant themselves in the mucosa. To facilitate this tricky process, we recommend opting for a formulation that contains prebiotics, substances that nourish and support the growth of healthy bacteria.

Finally, there are two ways in which vaginal probiotics can be administered: the vaginal route (pessaries) or the traditional oral route (capsules, tablets …). The first is more direct, the second less restrictive. It’s all down to personal choice.

Combining 5 recognised strains of lactic bacteria (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium lactis, Lactobacillus salivarius, Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei), the oral microbiotic Vaginal Health provides, in a single formulation, the ‘good bacteria’ of the vaginal microbiome, at a high dose of 5 billion microorganisms per capsule. It also contains fructo-oligosaccharides, non-digestible plant sugars, to support the bacteria’s growth.

Good habits to adopt to help take care of your intimate flora

There are also a number of everyday steps you can take to help maintain ahealthy balance in your vaginal flora:

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