New AZO Product Restores and Protects Vaginal Health

AZO expands vaginal health line with the launch of AZO Complete Feminine Balance™

Most women will experience the discomfort that accompanies vaginal imbalance at some point in their lives. Everyday activities and stressors, from sex to tight clothing or even diet and medication, can all disrupt vaginal health. Today, trusted urinary and vaginal health brand AZO announced the expansion of its vaginal health line with the launch of AZO Complete Feminine Balance™, a daily probiotic that optimizes vaginal pH and helps maintain feminine health.*

Working naturally with a woman’s body, this new probiotic helps restore and balance the good bacteria and yeast that everyday disruptors can throw off.* AZO Complete Feminine Balance™ is the only women’s probiotic with the clinically-studied INTELLIFLORA™ blend, containing four unique strains of the most dominant lactobacilli discovered in healthy vaginal microflora. It is clinically proven to work in just seven days and it is safe and beneficial for all women, including pregnant women. ††*

“My patients are often surprised to hear that like the gut, the vagina has a microbiome of its own,” said board certified New York OB-GYN and AZO spokesperson, Dr. Alyssa Dweck, MD.^ “It’s important to maintain a balance of the good bacteria and yeast to help keep the vagina healthy, which is why I recommend a daily probiotic like AZO Complete Feminine Balance™.”

The new probiotic was developed to fill an unmet need in the marketplace. “Vaginal imbalance can really throw off a woman’s day and we’d heard from countless women that they just wanted a product that would allow them to feel good every day,” said Sara Urbanek, Senior Brand Manager at i-Health, Inc., the distributor of AZO. “We introduced a daily probiotic into our vaginal health line to help fill this void and allow women to own their day, every day.”

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

††Be sure to consult with a healthcare provider before consuming new supplements or medications.

^ Dr. Alyssa Dweck, MD, is a paid spokeswoman for AZO.

Source: AZO