Sport is good for body and mind. Regular physical activity increases oxygenation, tones the muscles and skin, reactivates the metabolism and helps improve circulation.But how should we take care of our skin after sporting activities? When we do sport, our body loses moisture, which makes our clothes damp, particularly our underwear, creating the perfect environment for fungal infections to thrive. Some sports, like running or cycling, which are very focused on the intimate areas, can cause irritation which can lead to infection.
What to do?
Always have a shower after sporting activities, being careful to cleanse the intimate regions with a specific, soothing product and rehydrate the skin by delicately applying a good quality moisturising cream.



During pregnancy and the 40 days following birth, a woman’s intimate areas are extremely vulnerable. Hormonal variations can lead to an imbalance in the bacterial flora, exposing women to a higher risk of infection. Then there’s those fastidious burning sensations, irritations and infections that often come with pregnancy.
To effectively prevent these unpleasant symptoms, it’s important to look after your intimate hygiene with quite an acidic PH wash (3.5), which will help prevent the growth of bacteria, unpleasant odours and leave you feeling fresh and comfortable.
However, hormonal changes don’t just affect the intimate health of a woman, they can also play havoc with the health and appearance of your skin. This is why you need to start using products that respond to these specific needs early on, by using non-aggressive products that are rich in moisturising and soothing properties.



The menopause causes changes in the PH levels of the intimate areas which, if not kept stable through a correct cleansing and hygiene regime, can lead to alterations in the vaginal flora and infections.
When going through the change, it’s really important for women to choose their intimate hygiene products with care. In fact, during menopause a woman’s natural defences weaken, increasing the risk of unpleasant symptoms like vaginal itching and dryness, which require the use of a mild soaps with nourishing properties that helps maintain the tissue’s elasticity.
Menopause causes changes in the entire organism. The skin, for example, tends to become dryer and then starts to age quicker; the first wrinkles start to appear and the skin loses its firmness.

The best ally for caring for your skin and combating the signs of aging during menopause is to use a good moisturiser.
In fact, regular moisturising helps replenish collagen, giving the skin a younger and smoother appearance.