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Legacy Brand Vagisil® Introduces Unique Innovations in Vaginal Health with First Ever V-Friendly Dry Wash and Bath Bombs

March 25, 2019

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 25, 2019--Combe Inc., the makers of the trusted Vagisil ® brand, has launched two new first-in-class products, Scentsitive Scents ® Dry Wash spray and Bath Bombs. These ground-breaking, gynecologist-tested products are uniquely designed for women with sensitive intimate skin who normally shy away from scented products. Vagisil has a herstory of developing highly-effective formulas and this new collection meets the demand for alluring, scented products that are specifically formulated with sensitivity and pH balance in mind.

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Scentsitive Scents Dry Wash Spray, Peach Blossom (Photos Courtesy of Vagisil)

“I am incredibly proud of our ability to provide all women with best-in-class innovation that meets their most intimate care needs. Our Scentsitive Scents Dry Wash and Bath Bombs are the latest developments in a legacy of women’s intimate health products that have spanned three generations in my family,” said Vagisil CEO Keech Combe Shetty. “Our dry wash and bath bombs are uniquely designed with insights we have gained from women across all ages and stages. We remain committed to normalizing conversations about vaginal health and advocating for change.”

Vagisil’s new Scentsitive Scents Dry Wash is a quick and easy way to freshen up in-between showers. It’s also pH-friendly, hypoallergenic and free of methylisothiazolinone (MIT) preservatives. Vagisil’s Scentsitive Scents Bath Bombs are v-friendly, free of MIT preservatives with coconut oil and shea butter to help create the ultimate bathing experience. The scents are skin-friendly, delightful and invigorating, and are available in White Jasmine and Peach Blossom. These newest additions to the Vagisil Scentstive Scents line provide women with sensitive intimate skin a regimen that fits their lifestyle whether at home or on-the-go.

“There’s no shame in using intimate health products that are safe and specially designed for intimate skin,” said Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Yale University School of Medicine, and panelist for Vagisil’s Vaginal and Sexual Health Education Council (vSHEC). “In a recent Vagisil survey, the majority of women indicated that pH balance, formulation for sensitive skin and hypoallergenic fragrance are important to them. Vagisil has stayed true to its roots by listening to today’s women and anticipating their needs through new products.”

The Vagisil Scentsitive Scents Dry Wash and Bath Bombs are the newest addition to line that also includes Intimate washes and cleansing wipes available nationwide at Mass, Food and Drug retailers, or by visiting Vagisil.com.

About Combe Incorporated

Combe Inc., “the most personal Personal Care company in the world,” is a privately held manufacturer and marketer of personal care, beauty, and over-the-counter drug products. Its women’s health brands include Vagisil ®, a trusted line of feminine products, which for the past 45 years has been dedicated to creating effective vaginal health solutions and an open forum to address issues that affect women most. Founded in 1949, Combe Inc. is in the third generation of its family leadership, with global headquarters in White Plains, New York. To learn more about Vagisil ®, please visit Vagisil.com. To learn more about Combe Inc, please visit Combe.com.

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