Xaluron | Vaginal Gel
- Long-lasting lubricating and moisturizing effect.
- It does not contain hormones, parabens, oils and plant extracts or perfume.
- Facilitates intimate contact.
- Container with tube of 25 grams and 7 applicators.
- Medical device.
Xaluron Gel is a sexual lubricant that supports the healing and regeneration of the vaginal mucosa. Recommended especially in cases of atrophy and dystrophy. Facilitates the treatment and healing of postpartum wounds and gynecological surgeries. Reduces inflammation and discomfort caused by the dryness of the vaginal mucosa. Useful in vaginal dryness associated with aging or estrogen deficiency in menopause (1), (2).
Ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid as Sodium Hyaluronate, Propylene Glycol, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Purified Water.
Instructions for use: Fill the applicator up to the amount of gel you need, the default amount to apply is 2.5 mL. Use the gel every 3 days, at night before bed or according to your doctor’s instructions. As a sexual lubricant, apply the desired amount in the genital area, compatible with all types of condoms (with and without latex).
Shelf Life: 36 months.
Net Content: 25 grams.
Presentation: Tube with 7 applicators.
Hyaluronic Acid: It is a natural building block of the human body, which binds with the moist secretions of the vaginal mucosa to form a film on its surface. It is a protective barrier for the mucosa and creates appropriate conditions for the activation of the natural defense and regeneration mechanisms. In this way, the protective film formed prevents the growth of pathogens (3), restores natural moisture and facilitates and accelerates the healing process.
1) HK Kim, et al. The Recent Review of the Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause. J Menopausal Med 2015; 21: 65-71.
2) A. Jokar et al. Comparison of the Hyaluronic Acid Vaginal Cream and Conjugated Estrogen Used in Treatment of Vaginal Atrophy of Menopause Women: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. IJCBNM January 2016; Vol 4, No 1.
3) C.L. Romano et al. Hyaluronic Acid and Its Composites as a Local Antimicrobial / Antiadhesive Barrier. 2017; 2 (1): 63-72.