To help maintain a healthy vaginal microbiome
Maintains a healthy vaginal microbiome with strains native to this environment
Clinically trialled probiotic strains
Biome Her™ Probiotic:
Shelf-stable; refrigeration not required
GMOs | wheat | gluten | dairy | lactose | fructose | yeast | nuts | seeds | peanut | soy | egg | fish | shellfish | animal derivatives
No artificial colours, flavours, sweeteners, or preservatives.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
|Each capsule contains:|
|Lactobacillus crispatus LCR01 (DSM 24619)||1 BLB*|
|Lactobacillus fermentum LF10 (DSM 19187)||1 BLB*|
|Lactobacillus acidophilus LA02 (DSM 21717)||1 BLB*|
|Total live bacteria||3 BLB*|
*BLB = Billion Live Bacteria
take 1 capsule daily (with or without food), or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
A healthy vaginal microbiome is characterised by Lactobacilli dominance. Lactobacilli are beneficial bacteria which are necessary for the production of lactic acid, helping to maintain optimal vaginal pH and deter the growth of harmful microorganisms. A deficiency of Lactobacilli can cause vaginal microbiome dysbiosis and an overgrowth of pathogenic microorganisms, which is linked to an increased risk of vaginal thrush, bacterial vaginosis and urinary tract infections1. Oral probiotic supplements containing strains of Lactobacilli can help to restore a healthy vaginal microbiome and may help to reduce the recurrence of this vaginal infections2.
Yes. Biome Her™ Probiotic does not contain any animal products and is suitable for vegetarians.
Yes. Biome Her™ Probiotic does not contain any animal products and is suitable for vegans.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, it is recommended that you seek the advice of your healthcare practitioner before using Biome Her™ Probiotic.
No. There is no added gluten in Biome Her™ Probiotic, and the product has been tested and determined to be gluten-free (<5ppm).
No, Biome Her™ Probiotic does not need to be refrigerated. Store below 25 degrees in a cool, dry place.
Humans have evolved alongside the influence of beneficial communities of microorganisms living in and on them. It is no wonder then that a mutually beneficial relationship, where the health of humans and microbes is dependent on the other, has developed