Perfect Condition Vitamin contains Coconut Oil Powder. Please review the full ingredient list and consult your doctor to make sure Perfect Condition Vitamin is right for you if you have a nut allergy.
We recommend taking Perfect Condition Vitamin in the morning, but it's okay to take Perfect Condition Vitamin at another time of day if that works for you and your regimen.
We don't use chemicals to mask or cover up any tastes or smells that naturally come from our formulas, so Perfect Condition Vitamin can be a bit more potent due to the turmeric in the formula.
If you're looking to take Perfect Condition Vitamin with other non-Love Wellness product, we recommend checking-in with your doctor to make sure Perfect Condition Vitamin is compatible with your current regimen or medications.
The longer answer:
When it comes to supporting vaginal health, the bacteria in your vaginal ecosystem creates the acidic pH balance that maintains vaginal health, helping to balance the overgrowth of yeast and bad bacteria/invaders. Good Girl Probiotics adds bacteria to the body to help maintain your acidic pH balance which in turn helps to support vaginal and urinary tract health.*
The clean ingredient profile of Perfect Condition Vitamin, on the other hand, helps maintain a healthy Candida yeast balance at the cellular level in the body. Candida yeast can live throughout your entire body, so maintaining appropriate levels is important for overall immunity, feminine health, and a balanced vaginal environment.*
Taking both Good Girl Probiotics and Perfect Condition Vitamin can be helpful in supporting a balanced vaginal flora.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information provided does not constitute medical advice and should not take the place of consulting a physician. This information does not and should not replace treatment from a medical professional. If you need medical advice or assistance, you should consult a physician.