Clinically proven Provacare has been trusted by healthcare practitioners in Europe for over 30 years!
Provacare is clinically proven to inhibit the growth of Candida Albicans and patheogenic agents, such as Gardnerella that cause bacterial vaginosis.
Provacare Probiotic Vaginal Ovules contains a clinically proven formula guaranteeing the viability of bacteria and ensuring potency. Its unique formulation is a combination of a prebiotic, a probiotic and an eubiotic designed to deliver Provacare’s patented strain of Lactobacillus casei rhamnosus referred to as Lactobacillus Döderlein Lcr35™.
Prebiotic: is a culture medium that nourishes the Lcr35 probiotic and helps it to grow and thrive.
Probiotic: Lcr35, a single strain probiotic, has clinically proven beneficial effects for fighting vaginal infections.
Eubiotic: powerful metabolites that are produced by the bacteria during its growth phase, which defend Lcr35 and contribute to its effectiveness.
Provacare works by helping restore and maintain the natural balance of micro-organisms within the vagina.
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