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Perfect V

Perfect V

Support For BV and Thrush

Containing scientifically researched ingredients to support your perfect V, clinically proven to reach the vagina. Support for Bacterial Vaginosis and Thrush.

What I'm About

Introducing our key to Vaginal wellbeing – your answer for optimal intimate balance. Containing specific vaginal strains of friendly bacteria, our clinically tested formula is designed to potentially restore comfort and freshness. With potential to say goodbye to discomfort and hello to confidence with our trusted solution for a harmonious vaginal environment. Elevate your daily self-care routine with Perfect V today.

Proud to be the winner of in the 'Get the Gloss' Awards 2024 - Best V Product category.

What's inside the box

Pack contains 30 capsules in moisture-proof blister packs to retain the shelf life of the active ingredients.

How to take me

Take one capsule orally and daily, preferably in the morning. Perfect V is best paired with food.

What I'm made of

Our unique active ingredients are all vaginal Lactobacillus species:
L. crispatus(LBV88)
L. rhamnosus(LBV96)
L. jensenii(LBV150N)
L. gasseri(LBV116)

These special strains have been proven to reach the vagina alive and help balance the vaginal microbiome so you can potentially experience fresh and comfortable intimate wellness

Also contains: Maltodextrin, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Magnesium Stearate, Hypromellose capsule shell.
Soya free.





"As a gynecologist, I recognise the potential positive influence of products that focus on specific beneficial microbes which restore and maintain a balanced vaginal microbiome. The science-backed approach aligns seamlessly with my commitment to empowering women in managing their reproductive well-being. I wholeheartedly endorse promoting optimal vaginal health."
Dr. Jo Bailey MB ChB, FRCS(Ed), MRCOG
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How do you know if you have Bacterial Vaginosis?

The Vaginal Microbiome maintains a vital balance within the complex environment of the vagina. This microbial community prevents dangerous bacteria from growing in the vaginal environment. Every now and then, this balance breaks down and the vaginal microbiome’s balance is disrupted, sometimes leading to a vaginal infection called bacterial vaginosis (BV).

Take our vaginal health quiz now, designed as a vaginal symptom checker to help you work out what might be going a bit wrong with your vaginal health.

What Causes BV? How do you get BV?

Numerous different types of bacteria live in your vagina (called a microbiome). BV is brought on by an imbalance in the microorganisms.
-Being sexually active (although some people do get BV who don’t have sex).
-Have had a change of sexual partner.
-If you wash (douche) your vulva and vagina with scented or irritant products.

Symptoms of bacterial vaginosis include:
-A thin white/grey discharge.
-A fishy odour, especially around the time
-Vaginal itching
-Burning during urination

However, it is important to know that some woman may be asymptomatic.

There is no way to stop bacterial vaginosis, but adopting these safety measures might lower your risk:
-Don't use soaps and scented products on and in your vulva and vagina
-Don't douche your vagina – this is really bad for it!
-Stop using ‘feminine’ sprays, wipes, perfumes or deodorants on your vulva
-Use protection
-Wear cotton underwear

Try VJJ Health's Perfect V to help optimise your balance today!

How Do I Know If I Have Thrush?

Take our vaginal health quiz now, designed as a vaginal symptom checker to help you work out what might be going a bit wrong with your vaginal health. Thrush is a common fungal infection caused by an overgrowth of Candida yeast. While it can affect various parts of the body, it most usually affects the genital (vaginal thrush) and mouth areas (oral thrush). It is essential to understand the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for effective management of Thrush.

What Causes Thrush?

Hormone fluctuations and changes in the vaginal flora are some of the most common causes of thrush.
Some key causes include:
-Hormone level change during your period can leave you more susceptible to thrush.
-Using antibiotics can cause an imbalance in your vaginal microbiome.
-When you are pregnant, you have very big changes in hormone levels, which can make you more likely to get thrush.
-Having unmanaged diabetes.
-Wearing hot, sweaty clothes for a long time.
-Sitting-around in a wet swim-suit.
-Douching or washing your vagina with anything scented, soapy or deodorant.

Symptoms Of Vaginal Thrush

Symptoms can vary from person to person, however the most common symptoms include:
-An itchy vulva or soreness.
-A white discharge (sometimes described as ‘cottage-cheesy’).
-Pain when having sex.
-Discomfort or pain when peeing.
Thrush can often be mild, causing irritation and itching however sometimes it can develop into a serious infection causing swelling, hot redness and cracks in the wall of the vagina.

Prevention Of Thrush Try these things to reduce your risk for thrush:

-Choose underwear that is not too tight and allows your body to breathe.

-Natural fabrics are best as they don’t trap moisture.

-Always wipe from front to back after going to the toilet. It stops the accidental spread of microbes from the bottom to the vagina or the urethra.

-Don’t hang around in a wet swimsuit or sportswear for too long.

Alternatively, try VJJ Health's Perfect V to help optimise your vaginal pH balance and restore freshness!

Frequently asked questions
What are the ingredients in Perfect V?

The 4 strains of special women's vaginal bacteria in our capsules. They are Lactobacillus crispatus, L. rhamnosus, L. gasseri and L. jensenii. This product is clinically researched, patented and contains the right species and strains that are essential for vaginal wellness .

Can I take these capsules with other medication?

It is safe to take these capsules containing specific vaginal bacteria strains with any medication. If you are currently taking antibiotics it could be beneficial to take them alongside your prescription and for a period after you have finished. Antibiotics will kill some of the good bacteria in your vaginal microbiome as well as the bad so to get the best benefit from these powerful and healthy strains of bacteria take Perfect V for a few weeks after your last antibiotic to allow them to help re-establish a healthy vaginal microbiome.

How long before these capsules work?

You should see improvements in 5-7 days, this is the time it takes for Perfect V start to re-populating your vaginal microbiome. You should take them consistently to ensure an optimal microbiome which will contribute to healthy vaginal wellness.

How do I know if my vaginal pH is correct?

A normal, protective vaginal pH is between 3.8 and 4.5. We have an easy to use self-diagnostic pH test which will help you diagnose a vaginal infection. It is important for you to “know your number.”

What if my pH is too high?

High pH levels (over 4.5) are a sign of an imbalanced vaginal flora. A high pH typically denotes the presence of Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), an infection. The majority of the time, this infection is accompanied by a thin, grey discharge with a bad odour that is frequently described as "fishy". It's possible that you have BV if your pH is high even if you don't have this discharge and smell. There is good evidence that supplementing your vaginal microbiome may help with BV and yeast (thrush) infections but if you are worried, you should consult a doctor.

What is the shelf-life of Perfect V?

Information on the outer pack specifies the shelf life, which is two years from manufacture. To guarantee that our priceless probiotics are completely effective for the duration of their shelf life, they are packaged in moisture-proof blister packing and kept in a regulated atmosphere. We don't keep our probiotics in jars because they can deteriorate as soon as they come into contact with moist air. We guarantee that the blister packing will provide maximum effectiveness for the full shelf life.

Can I take Perfect V every day, always?


A pH of 3.8 to 4.5 acidity in the vagina will help prevent BV bacteria from taking over and regulate the growth of the yeast that causes Thrush. Maintaining pH balance with a microbiome full of Lactobacillus crispatus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus gasseri, and Lactobacillus jensenii will help support a fresh and comfortable vagina.

Will any live bacterial supplement help my vaginal wellbeing?

No, even probiotics classified as Lactobacillus are often meant for gut health. Vaginal strains of bacteria function very differently from gut germs. The Lactobacillus required by the vagina is perfectly specialised and differs from nearly all other supplements you can buy. These specific clinically studied vaginal Lactobacillus strains are only available in Perfect V.

Can I take Perfect V if I have Thrush?

Yes, Perfect V is safe to take if you have Thrush and is compatible with prescription medicines.

Research shows that the Lactobacillus strains in Perfect V can compete against Candida, the yeast that causes Thrush. A healthy vaginal microbiome, populated mostly with the Lactobacillus strains found in Perfect V are supportive of your vaginal wellbeing.

Can I take Perfect V if I have Bacterial Vaginosis?

Yes, you can take Perfect V if you have BV. BV is caused by an overgrowth of a bad bacteria called Gardnerella vaginosis that causes the symptoms such as a bad smell and a discharge. A healthy microbiome is protective against BV.

How does Perfect V work?

Our specific friendly bacteria work by populating your vagina with the ideal species and strains of Lactobacillus that research shows are needed to maintain a healthy vaginal microbiome and optimal vaginal pH. When you swallow a capsule the good bacteria are released into your gut where they grow and multiply. They travel out of your body via your bottom. Your vagina is really close to your bottom so this means that it’s easy for the bacteria to move into your vagina and populate it.

Can I take Perfect V if I'm pregnant?

Yes, Perfect V is safe to take when you are pregnant. Pregnancy is a time when women really benefit from a healthy vaginal microbiome.

How is BV diagnosed?

Often a pelvic examination will be carried out. We suggest trying our Vaginal pH test kit to see if your pH is in balance.

How common is BV?

Bacterial vaginosis is the most common vaginal problem for women. BV prevalence among women of reproductive age range from 23–29%

Is BV an STD or STI?

Bacterial vaginosis is not a sexually transmitted disease (STD or STI). However, sexual activity can influence the occurrence of BV. Women who are sexually active have a higher risk of developing BV. However, BV can also occur in women who are not sexually active.

Can BV go away on its own?

Bacterial vaginosis sometimes goes away on its own without medical treatment. However, if you think you may have BV, we advise that you get it checked out.

Can I treat Thrush with home remedies?

Some home remedies, such as yoghurt with live cultures, probiotics, and coconut oil, may help manage thrush symptoms.

Is Thrush contagious?

While thrush itself is not highly contagious, the Candida yeast can be spread through direct contact, such as kissing or sexual intercourse.

What lifestyle changes can help prevent Thrush?

Thrush can be avoided by eating a balanced diet, reducing sugar intake, dressing in airy, loose-fitting clothes and maintaining good oral hygiene.

Can cranberry juice help Thrush?

Although cranberry juice does not seem to be a proven cure for thrush, cranberry juice does seem to help reduce the risk of UTIs. It can be included in a healthy diet and is good for general health, but it shouldn't be used purely as a thrush treatment.

Picking the Perfect Probiotic: A How-To Guide!

Choosing the perfect probiotic is like assembling your dream team of tiny superheroes for your vagina. But fear not, fearless reader, because we're about to turn the search for the right probiotic into a party! Get ready to meet your vagina's new best friends, and let the probiotic fiesta begin!

The Power of the Right Bacteria

Look at the ingredients – the bacteria will have a name like Lactobacillus crispatus, this is the SPECIES, it should also have some letters and numbers after it, like LBV88, this is the STRAIN. Generally speaking, probiotic manufacturers will only put the strain on the label if there is some research on the bacteria and it is in the product to do a specific job.