Use: for treatment of intimate areas.
Recommendation: to calm unpleasant symptoms accompanying mycosis of the genital organs. It is also suitable for preventive treatment of intimate areas before visiting swimming pools. Pregnant women ...
...pregnant women will appreciate its beneficial effects in massages to the perineum – if regularly used, best from the beginning of pregnancy, its elasticity increases, which prevents the perineum from breaking during childbirth. Intisan healing properties are also used for the treatment of bleeding rectum, e.g. if you suffer from haemorrhoids, or healing of stitches after childbirth.
Effects: has antibacterial, regenerating effects, heals and softens.
Aroma: fine herbal.
Ingredients: jojoba essential oil, shea butter, essential oils – lavender, tea tree, red thyme, carrot seeds and German chamomile, wax, vitamins A, E.
Application of Intisan balm
Apply the appropriate amount of the balm onto the skin and rub in gently. It is very easy to spread and absorb, so we can use it for the treatment of skin on most areas of the body
TIP: this preparation has well-proven effects on problems with intimate areas, as well as in many other situations, e.g. it treats dry and scaly skin, it mitigates itching sensations if you suffer from atopic eczema, has comforting effects on local contact allergy, promotes healing of fissured skin on hands and heels, swollen mucous membrane and also the skin around the nose in acute colds.
Shelf time: 12 months