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Balance Activ Vaginal Gel 7 Tubes x 5ml

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Balance Activ Vaginal Gel 7 Tubes x 5ml

Balance Activ Vaginal Gel 7 Tubes x 5ml

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Safe, convenient treatment for:

Embarrasing odour

Abnormal Discharge


Dual-action balance activ vaginal gel from Clearblue restores and preserves the natural pH balance in the vagina, immediately neutralising embarrassing odour, and effectively relieving abnormal discharge and discomfort.

Clearblue Balance Activ vaginal gel can also be used to maintain the natural pH balance and prevent recurrence of symptoms.

Easy to use - the gel comes in a disposable applicator tube which is simply inserted into the vagina, squeezed, then removed and discarded.

Tried and Clinically Tested - clinical trials have shown that balance activ vaginal gel is safe and effective in restoring and maintaining the pH balance of the vagina.

Safe to use during pregnancy and menstruation

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Lactic acid, glycogen, propylene glycol, methylhydroxypropyl cellulose, sodium lactate, water, pH3.8.


For the effective relief of embarrasing odour, abnormal discharge, discomfort and BV use daily for 7 days.

To maintain the natural pH balance and prevent recurrance of symptoms, use 1 - 2 tubes a week.

To help maintain the pH level during a course of antibiotics, use 1 gel tube daily at the end of the course for 4 - 5 days.

If you notice a recurrence of symptoms around the time of your period, use 1 tube of gel daily at the end of your period for 1 - 2 days.


Seek medical consultation if:

you experience pain and/or your symptoms worsen

the discharge is blood-stained

the discharge occurs during the menopause

you are pregnant (product is safe to use, however, seek medical consultation if you think you may have a vaginal infection during pregnancy).