Did you know that the majority of intimate hygiene productson the market contain chemicals that are harmful to your health?
Yes, the tampons and pads contained chlorine, glyphosate, endocrine disruptors and even pesticides.
There is no law in Europeallowing the components of intimate hygiene products to be controlled. Internationally, tampons and menstrual cups are Medial Devices, therefore controlled by very strict safety standards.
Claripharm, the expert in vaginal health
Because we deny these aberrations, Claripharm designed and manufactured its products in France in its own laboratory, governed by the standards of Medical Devices.
Thus, our products are ISO13485:2016, FDA, MDSAP USA, MDSAP Canada, MDSAP Australia, MDSAP Brazil and KFDA medical devices certified.
Why do women
First periods come around the age of 12 and last for the next 40 years.
Every month, an egg grows in your ovaries thanks to estrogen. The woman’s uterus then prepares to receive an egg, resulting from the encounter between the egg and a sperm.
When the uterus is not fertilized (absence of pregnancy), the production of estrogen ceases in favour of progesterone, which allows the endometrium – the inner lining of the uterus, also known as the uterine mucosa – to thicken. In the event of non-fertilization, the uterine muscles will contract to eliminate and release this egg as well as the excess mucous membrane intended to receive this fertilized egg.
This causes vaginal bleeding that lasts between 3 to 7 days depending on the woman. This is called Periods.
The contractions of the uterus create menstrual cramps, the typical pains during your period which are accompanied by hormonal upheavals, resulting in mood swings, headaches or fatigue.
The first menstruation, the life of mom, or the first signs of menopause, our vagina must be treated with respect and gentleness.