pH-D Boric Acid Suppositories – Product Overview
Q: What is a suppository?
A: It is a small capsule that is inserted into the vagina.
What is the recommended amount of boric acid?
A: 600 mg is the recommended amount of boric acid which is included in each suppository.
Q: What do the suppositories look like?
A: The suppositories look like a pill capsule. The suppository dissolves inside your vagina. The small size of our capsules (less than one inch) helps to minimize watery leakage.
Q: How is pH-D different from other boric acid suppositories?
We were the first to make boric acid vaginal suppositories.
- Made in a facility that we own and operate to ensure the highest quality standards.
- Small gelatin capsule measuring less than one inch.
- Female founder and CEO.
Q: How does boric acid work?
A: Boric acid is a compound found in seawater and can be used for vaginal odor. Each pH-D suppository contains 600 mg of boric acid which is the amount recommended by doctors.
Q: Where are pH-D Boric Acid Suppositories made?
A: All pH-D Feminine Health products are proudly made in the U.S.A. Our products are manufactured in-house at our own registered facilities, located in Nebraska and Tennessee, ensuring the highest quality standards.
Q: Where can I purchase boric acid vaginal suppositories?
A: pH-D Feminine Health Boric Acid Suppositories are available at retailers such as CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, Kroger, Target, HEB, Meijer, and Amazon.
Q: I bought the applicators and read they are reusable, how do I clean them?
A: To clean the applicators, you can put them in the dishwasher, wash with soap and warm water or boil in water for a few minutes. Our applicators do pull into two pieces if you pull hard! They will pop back together, too.
Q: What kind of gelatin is used in your pH-D boric acid suppository?
A: The capsule is made of bovine gelatin which dissolves rather quickly with the warmth and moisture of the vagina.