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Where Traditional Yeast and Bacterial Vaginosis Treatments Fail
How Boric Life Saves Vaginas
Step it Up: How Boriotic Saves Vaginas with 3 Natural Ingredients
We’re not kidding when we say that boric acid has changed our lives – but we’ve still got a few more “holy grails” up our sleeve in Boriotic.
Where Traditional Yeast and Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) Treatments Fail
Unfortunately, the traditional method of treating yeast overgrowths with azole-based products and prescriptions can result in the development of antifungal resistant infections. Likewise, a doctor’s visit and a pharmacy trip aren’t always enough to knock out BV, either.
In reality, traditional antifungals and BV medications are often just a band-aid for a persistent vaginal pH and microbiome imbalance. When we don’t heal the root of the problem, vaginal infections just keep coming back. *sigh*
That’s why we turned to boric acid to develop our best-selling Boric Life – because it not only kills the infection, it helps the vagina regain its healthy pH, which in turn promotes a better balance of vaginal flora. But that’s not all we the ammo we have in our vaginal health arsenal.
The Boric Acid, Aloe Vera, & Prebiotics in Boriotic Heal Extra-Resistant Vaginal Infections
For most folks, a week or 2 of Boric Life alone is enough to kill infection and re-establish long-term vaginal balance.
However, not everyone is so lucky in life. Some conditions are more persistent than others and some bodies need more TLC than others, which is why we created Boriotic suppositories with an extra-potent combo of boric acid, aloe vera, and FOS prebiotics.
While boric acid does its usual pH balancing, soothing aloe vera calms inflamed tissues, providing pain relief and protection from additional infection and bacteria exposure. FOS prebiotics then feeds naturally occurring healthy bacteria in the vagina, so that they can re-establish proper microbiome balance.
When you’re stuck in a funk with a chronic yeast or BV infection, Boriotic has your back – and so do we. Feel free to reach out any time you need a little vaginal health guidance.