'For women' in The Daily Telegraph

Elisha Iveson Lifestyle Writer

It's looking like 2019 is the year of the vagina! More specifically, vaginal wellness. From a sea of women's health articles to period tracker apps, women are talking more than ever before about this formerly embarrassing subject and we are here. For. It.

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It's 2019 and time we started talking about vaginas without feeling embarrassed!

This all comes at a great time, with International Women's Day right around the corner on Friday 8 March. In a recent write-up, 'How women's privates are going public' by The Daily Telegraph, Jennie Agg explores this new frontier of wellness. She explores a myriad of different ways that women can look after their vaginas, inside and out.

We were lucky enough to get a little shout-out for our good bacteria supplements, 'For women', in this fabulous article!

As massive advocates on this topic, it's brilliant to have Optibac 'For women' talked about as part of a wider conversation that's encouraging and empowering women to not only listen to their bodies, but talk about them in an open and shame-free way.

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'For women': made by women, for women all over the world

So what is 'For women' exactly? Trialled in thousands of women worldwide, it's a natural supplement designed especially to reach the vaginal flora. It gets a lot of love from women everywhere - see what some have recently said about it on TrustPilot:

"I would recommend 'For women' to anyone" - Amanda

"These are now part of my everyday routine - I'll be taking them from now on!" - Elisabeth

"A must-have for women" - Sarah

Become a part of the latest wellbeing focus that centres around women and try our supplement today.

Fellow lovers of 'For women':

'For women' features in Vogue - yes, VOGUE!

'Women's Health' recommends 'For women' in a guide for your menstrual cycle