LIBIFEME®Intense Gel

is an innovative hydrating gel for the care and rejuvenation of the intimate area.




Rejuvenate and gain pleasure!



How can I benefit from the application of LIBIFEME® Intense Gel?


Applying LIBIFEME® Intense Gel helps

  • In healing the vulvar area
  • In the rejuvenation of the vulvar area
  • In the local hydration of the vaginal mucosa
  • Preventing cellular aging and maintaining normal mucosa
  • Preventing vulvar sagging

How does LIBIFEME® Intense Gel work?




Hidratation and Firmeza - Stimulates the synthesis of specific proteins and the collagen I of the skin, improving hydration and firmnessRegeneration - Through vitamins A and E, it has a strong regenerative actionAnti aging - Through its patent of hyaluronic acid and in conjunction with vitamins the skin is enhanced and gets a younger appearance

LIBIFEME® Intense Gel is composed of low molecular weight hyaluronic acid, vitamins A and E.

How to apply LIBIFEME® Intense Gel?

Only for external use. Apply a thin layer of gel in the vulvar area, every day. 

*Without any added perfume, color, silicone, paraben, or alcohol.

What ingredients does LIBIFEME® Intense Gel contain?


  • HYALURONIC ACID (low weight)
  • Vitamin A (retinol acetate)
  • Vitamin E (DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate)


HYALURONIC ACID (low weight)

Stimulates the synthesis of specific proteins and collagen which contributes to moisturizing and helps in case of dryness in the intimate area.



Vitamin A contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes and skin.

Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.  






LIBIFEME® Intense Gel is a cosmetic for local application. 



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