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Rite Aid Disposable Douche, Vinegar & Water, Extra Cleansing, 2 - 4.5 fl oz (133 ml) units


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Complete, ready-to-use. Compare to Summer's Eve (This product is not manufactured or distributed by C.B. Fleet No., Inc. Fleet Laboratories, A Division of C.B. Fleet co., Inc. Lynchburg, VA 24502, USA owner of the registered trademark Summer's Eve). Comfortable nozzle. The tapered nozzle assures ease of insertion and dispensing. Triple bellowed neck. Our one-of-a-kind neck makes positioning easy and comfortable. Gentle formulations. Rite Aid douches have purified water and the most effective, mild ingredients to leave you feeling fresh and confident. Rite Aid douches are sealed for your protection. the most trusted ingredients for douching. Now in ready-to-use form. Two pack.
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Height 2.05
Width 3.85
Depth 7.50
Unit Price $9.92 per QUART (on regular retail)
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Depth 7.50
Width 3.85
Height 2.05
Extended Size 2 - 4.5 fl oz (133 ml) units
Disposable douche makes douching simple and pleasant. Our unique comfort slant bottle is ready to use. No mixing, measuring or spilling and completely disposable. 1. Remove cap from bottle. If you prefer a slightly warmer than room temperature douche place bottle in warm water for a minute or so. 2. Hold bottle upright and screw on nozzle. 3. Assume a comfortable position. Recline in tub, stand in shower or sit on a toilet. Insert nozzle gently into the vagina about 3 inches and squeeze bottle slowly until liquid is used. Avoid closing the lips of the vagina. After douching simply throw away bottle and nozzle. When to Douche. The most obvious time is after menstruation. But you'll want to use it other times as well - after nervous tension, to clean away contraceptive jellies or creams (check your contraceptive instructions first), after intercourse (of course, a douche is only a cleanser, not a contraceptive), to wash away built-up secretions that cause odor, or any time to feel clean and fresh.
Purified Water, Sodium Chloride, Vinegar, Benzoic Acid.

Tamper Evident: If the top or bottom flap is torn or damaged in any way, do not use. Vaginal douches should not be used more than twice a week, except on advice of your medical provider. If vaginal dryness or irritation occurs, discontinue use. Do not use vaginal douches when pregnant except when advised by a physician. A douche is not a contraceptive and should not be used to prevent pregnancy. Discontinue use if you are experiencing vaginal dryness or irritation. It has been reported that a relationship exists between douching and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), an infection of the reproductive system, characterized by pain or tenderness in the lower part of the abdomen and pelvis; vaginal discharge or bleeding; nausea or fever; frequent urination; and genital sores and ulcers. PID is a serious disease which could lead to sterility or ectopic pregnancy. Douches should not be used to treat PID or sexually transmitted diseases (STD). If you experience any of these symptoms, or think you have a STD or PID, discontinue use and consult your physician.