Sac Wash | Men's Intimate Wash (100 ml)
Sac Wash | Men's Intimate Wash (100 ml)
- FDA Approved
- Cruelty Free
- Paraben & Sulphate Free
- Dermatologically Tested
- ISO Certified
- Made in India
Hygiene shouldn’t be limited by gender. Because infections aren’t!Sac Wash: Irritation and itchiness in the intimate area is something we all want to avoid. So, we often clean our intimates with soap and water. But that’s a BIG MISTAKE!
Your genitals are very sensitive to any pH-level changes. And no matter how mild a soap you use, you could end up with an imbalanced pH.
When your routine hygiene just doesn’t cut it anymore, don’t worry; you’ve got Veraku's Sac Wash for Men to your rescue.
How Veraku Sac Wash Cares for You?
- Natural Ingredients: Our mild sulfate-free surfactants made with the goodness of tea tree and eucalyptus essential oil leave you fresh & odorless all day. And since we know you don’t want an itchy genital area, we have infused our intimate wash with natural moisturizers like aloe barbadensis juice, milk protein, and seabuckthorn oil.
- Perfect pH Balance: Haven’t we all borrowed face wash or shampoo from our sisters or girlfriends? But that’s where the borrowing ends! Men and women have very different intimate pH levels.
- And that’s exactly what Veraku's Sac Wash keeps in mind. Our intimate wash is tailored to your pH of 4.5. So if you use it daily, your genitals will thank you for sure!
- Sulfate and Paraben-Free: Human skin and sulfates & parabens do not go hand-in-hand. Why? Once – they damage your epidermal layer. Two – they are your skin’s sworn enemy.
But Veraku's Sac Wash for Men is your skin’s closest friend. It doesn’t have those filthy parabens and gross sulfates! So with it, your skin stays healthy and protected.
How to Use It:
1) Take Some Amount: Pour a small amount of Veraku's Sac Wash onto your hand or a washcloth. You do not need to use too much, as a little goes a long way.
2) Rub and Apply Around Intimate Area: Rub and apply the intimate wash around the intimate area. Gently massage the wash onto the skin of the genital area. Be careful not to get the wash inside the urethra or anus.
3) Rinse Thoroughly: Rinse the area thoroughly with warm water to remove any traces of the wash. Pat the area dry with a clean towel.
4) Use Daily: Use the intimate wash daily, preferably during your shower routine, to maintain good hygiene.
Frequently Asked QuestionsCan Intimate Wash cause UTI?
UTIs happen when bacteria enter the urethra and reach up into the bladder or kidneys. While men are less prone to UTIs than women, using intimate washes that has harsh chemicals or fragrances can potentially disrupt the natural balance of bacteria in the genital area, making it easier for harmful bacteria to enter the urinary tract and cause an infection.
Now the question is can poor hygiene cause uti?
To minimise the risk of developing a UTI, it’s essential for men to use intimate wash products only as directed, avoid using products that are infused with harsh chemicals or fragrances, and to rinse the area thoroughly after use. Additionally, culturing good hygiene habits such as washing hands regularly, drinking plenty of water, and urinating after sex can also help prevent UTIs.Can intimate wash cause yeast infection?
Yeast infections are specially caused by an overgrowth of a type of fungus called Candida, which can happen when the balance of bacteria and yeast in the body is disturbed.
This imbalance can be caused by various factors, such as antibiotics, a weakened immune system, or hormonal changes.How to get rid of a male yeast infection can invoke a question of doubt?
To help prevent yeast infections, it is essential to practise good hygiene in the genital area, which includes keeping the area clean and dry, wearing clean and breathable underwear, and avoiding the use of harsh soaps or other products that could disturb the skin.
It is unlikely that using an intimate wash designed for men would directly cause a yeast infection. However, some men’s sac wash products may contain ingredients that could irritate the sensitive skin in the genital area, which could potentially lead to an increased risk of developing a yeast infection. Having said this, a male yeast infection treatment is always at hand if one develops it.