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    Triple Threat Kit is gluten-free and dairy-free, but is not vegan.

    The Killer, Perfect Condition Vitamin, and Good Girl Probiotics are not vegan products.

    While the formulas don't contain any nuts, Good Girl Probiotics and Perfect Condition Vitamin are made in a facility that processes nuts. Please consult with your doctor to see if Triple Threat Kit makes sense for you to use.

    The Triple Threat Kit consists of three products. Please find the directions for each product below:

  • The Killer: this is a vaginal suppository — not a pill you take by mouth. We know it looks similar, but this will be inserted vaginally. Boric acid, when inserted in the form of a suppository capsule, can help balance out bacteria to support a healthy vaginal environment. You can read more about how to insert The Killer here.
  • Good Girl Probiotics: We recommend taking 2 capsules a day, with a meal, at a time that works best for you
  • Perfect Condition Vitamin: We recommend 1 tablet a day, preferably in the morning after eating

  • While you may not need to use all products daily, you’ll see the best results with consistent and constant use of Good Girl Probiotics and Perfect Condition Vitamin. The Killer can be used on an as-needed basis, for 1-2 days at a time or up to 7-14 days.

    Since everybody is unique, and there are variables to consider (genetics, diet, exercise, etc) everyone will respond slightly differently to using The Triple Threat Kit. It can take anywhere from 2-6 weeks before you see lasting results.

    We recommend checking-in with your doctor to see if Good Girl Probiotics and Perfect Condition Vitamin are okay for you to take while pregnant or breastfeeding.

    The Killer is not approved for use during pregnancy.

    We recommend checking in with your doctor to see if the Triple Threat Kit is compatible with your current medications or prescription.

    The Triple Threat Kit can be taken along with other Love Wellness supplements, as our products are designed to work together for full-body care. We recommend checking-in with your doctor when starting a new regimen regardless to make sure it makes sense for you and your health.

    The short answer: Perfect Condition Vitamin helps balance out yeast in the body, while Good Girl Probiotics helps optimize gut health and balance out bacteria in the body.

    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.

    “I take Good Girl Probiotics regularly. Our vaginal flora’s health needs to be maintained just like our gut”

    Read What Dr. Desai Says about The Killer in Shape Magazine


    Vaginal Health Is Easy With This Kit

    Know the 21/90™ rule? 21 days to build a routine & 90 days to make it stick?

    *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.

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