V-Veil Hygienic

V-Veil Hygienic - Instructions for use


V-Veil offers a significant improvement in feminine hygiene in terms of efficiency, design and comfort with our two different kinds of veil shapes

The V-Veil Hygienic is an intravaginal veil classified as a one drop tampon (0 to 6 g).


The intravaginal veil V-Veil is the answer to sanitary napkins

The end to the dilemma "Tampon or Panty liner?"

The V-Veil Hygienic is a patented device that comprises an absorbent veil and an applicator.
The veil has two strings facilitating a gentle, clean, and adherence-free removal.
The V-Veil Hygienic applicator system has been designed to eliminate the pains and tedious handling related to the insertion of the applicator into the vaginal cavity, even when the vaginal walls are dry or wet.


  • Completely invisible
  • Significantly reduces the uncomfortable leakages sensations.
  • Clean and hygienic.
  • Practical and discreet.
  • Does not adhere to the vaginal wall.


The V-Veil Hygienic was designed for all women of all ages, for the beginning and the end of their menstrual periods, for low intensity flow periods.



At glance, this new intravaginal veil is a new type of product whose function is to retain fluids in the vaginal cavity without causing women discomfort at the levels of the labia.

To summarize the two functions of the competitor proposes:

  • The tampon absorbs large amounts of fluids in the cavity.
  • A panty-liner serves its purpose of not staining the underwear, but does not remove the sensation of moisture.
And the new generation is here to retain the small secretions or fluids present in the vaginal cavity without the unpleasant feeling of being wet, thanks to V-Veil-Up!





Please note that this product is perfect for Muslim women when they wish to know if any blood remains in their vaginal cavity.

"A Muslim woman on her periods cannot have sexual relations with her husband. She must not have, in order to reclaim her normal sexual life, a single drop of blood in her vagina, which means she becomes 'pure' again".

And this is why the V-Veil Hygienic simplifies this task for her during the final days of the menses:

  • whether she inserts it for a few seconds to check if her menses have stopped,
  • whether she keeps it for a few hours to make sure that every drop of blood has been absorbed.



This intravaginal veil's main function is not to absorb the blood, but to offer a mechanical resistance to allow the blood to coagulate thanks to this extra time. Its composition and molecular structure maintain the blood in contact with the vaginal wall to prevent any leakages.


The scientific testing that V-Veil UP Pharma has decided to apply go well beyond the European and U.S. traditional regulations with respect to tampons. Below are the tests conducted on the finished product

  • Cytotoxicity,
  • Intradermal irritation over 72 hours.
  • And for the simpler tests (although just as necessary):
  • The absorption capacity of the veil (1.4 g),
  • The resistance of the veil's removal strings (50 N).

The companies that have conducted the testing are: Namsa and SGS Courtray.

The good results of all these tests that have been carried out can guarantee the HIGH-QUALITY of the V-Veil-Hygienic line of products.


The veil can be inserted by unfolding itself into the vagina adherence-free and without causing any pains thanks to its applicator system.
The risks of injury are significantly reduced compared with a traditional tampon.


4 to 6 hours maximum.


By pulling on the strings that you should find outside of the vaginal cavity, the veil will fold onto itself. The blood on the vaginal wall will therefore be collected as well.



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To women who:

  • have fever or flu-like symptoms, even if these are mild.
  • have already suffered from the toxic shock symptom. (see Glossary)
  • have an allergy to plastics and derivatives.
  • have an allergy to cotton.
  • are under 15 years, without their parents and medical staff's consent.
  • have not read the instructions included in the packaging.

In order to understand the benefits of the V-VEIL Hygienic

Please note that the tampon, that is essential to many women in France and all over the world, has not been greatly improved for several years now... V-Veil is reversing the trend and offers a significant improvement in feminine hygiene in terms of effciency, design, and comfort.


Nowadays, during their menstrual period, women can choose between two products, the tampons and the panty liners, that are offered in various lines depending on the needs and morphology of women.


The tampon is an intravaginal protection that absorbs the blood and that keeps it inside without expelling it to the outside. Tampons come in various sizes (mini, normal, super, super plus) to match any type of flow.

Considered some women's "best friend", it offers several benefits in terms of design and usage: it is discreet, practical, and painless to use. However, women have different habits and needs, and also there aren't two bodies that react in the same manner. In fact, tampons are not suited for all women...

Women who do not use tampons during their menses choose not to do so or need to do so because of discomfort, pain, or irritation due to repeated use.


Unlike the tampon, the panty liner is an extra-vaginal protection that stores the blood outside of the vagina thanks to its absorbent properties.

Like its cousin, the tampon, the panty liner comes in various sizes to meet the different morphology and flows of women: mini, normal, night, ultra-absorbent, etc.

For those women who cannot tolerate having a foreign body inside them, or for those who suffer from vaginal irritation, the panty liner is certainly the best product to use during the menstrual periods.

However, just like the tampon, there are also some irritation risks. Some women have a certain sensitivity and do not tolerate the allergens that some panty liners may contain, such as adhesive or perfume.

Moreover, the panty liner coming into contact with the shaved vaginal vulva can also cause some irritations.

The tampons and panty liners, each with their own advantages and disadvantages, seem to meet women's needs.

Times not covered...
However, there are times when, during their menstrual periods, women may wish to be able to use a different product: the day
before their periods and on the last day of their periods.




Between tampons, that seem to properly play their role during the menses, in particular during relatively high intensity flows, and the panty liners, that can sometimes bother women due to the discomfort they cause, the choice is not always obvious.

In fact, on the day before their menses, women often experience some physiological losses or low intensity blood flows. In this case, the tampon (even a mini-sized one) does not seem appropriate since it unfortunately seems to stick to the vaginal wall that is not lubricated enough.

"Imagine if you were to stick a sheet of paper on your lips, and then, after a few seconds, or even minutes, you remove the paper, this will obviously tear your lips."

What we have here is a similar phenomenon, which has a high contact surface, in an area that is more private.


In fact, during low intensity flow periods, basically the panty liner seems to offer less disadvantages than the tampon. However, it is still far from meeting all the needs and expectations of women...

If the panty liner undoubtedly meets its first function, to protect women's underwear, it has the adverse effect that many women hate: the wet effect.
Very fashionable for hair, less desirable in the underwear!

Let's compare them a bit (to make it clear for everyone) in a basic but intelligible way...

Between the tampon that sticks to the vaginal wall and the panty liner that reminds us all of our childhood nightmares, what can we choose?

" ... Remember, when we were little, we have all applied, even against our will, a suppository... "
This is when some oily excess would suddenly (and inevitably!) appear near our private parts. Now do you understand?

This sensation of discomfort, of being dirty and wet, and the need to deal with it. But never again!


The Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but potentially highly dangerous infection.

It may affect children, men and women alike (whether having their menstrual cycle or not).
It is caused by a toxin produced by a bacteria (Staphylococci) that is commonly found in the human body.
Half of the TSS cases known to date have affected teenage girls or women during their menstrual cycles.
TSS was associated with the use of tampons, but it can also occur during menses when the women use other means of protection (sanitary napkins, panty liners, etc.).

TSS is an infection that can be fatal

And this is the reason why it must be identified in the early stages and quickly treated. The TSS symptoms can appear suddenly during the menses or soon afterwards These symptoms may not develop all at the same time: sudden fever (> 39°C), vomiting, diarrhoea, sore throat, vertigo, fainting spells, muscle pain, skin rashes similar to those caused by a sunburn (the skin may peel a few days later).

If you have any of these symptoms, you must remove the V-Veil Hygienic and immediately consult your physician or the nearest physician available and tell him if you are having your menses.

TSS can occur with or without the use of V-Veil Hygienic.
If you had already suffered from TSS, talk about it with your physician before using the V-Veil Hygienic.
If you are already using the V-Veil Hygienic in an appropriate way and if you observe all these recommendations, you are reducing the risks of developing the toxic shock syndrome.



  • At the end of period or when the flow is of low intensity (less than 6g).
  • Apply your intravaginal treatments with no leakage.
  • For the application at the end of the menses, change the intravaginal V-Veil Hygienic veil regularly (4 to 6 hours maximum).
  • The veil: Non-woven: Polyethylene/polyester-bico
  • The applicator: Polyethylene (low density PE-LD)
  • The withdrawal strings: Cotton

  • The veil with the applicator are free from dyes, perfumes, pesticides.
  • Cytotoxicity, Sensibility, Vaginal irritation (on 5 days continuously).

  • The absorption capacity of the veil (1.4 g /1.6 g)
  • The resistance of the veil’s removal strings (50 N /64 N)
  • The companies that have performed these tests are SGS Courtray, Toxikon, and Namsa.

These products are strictly prohibited to the women who:

  • are contaminated by Staphylococcus
  • have fever or flu-like symptoms, even if these are mild.
  • have already suffered from the toxic shock symptom.
  • have an allergy to plastics and derivatives.
  • have an allergy to cotton.
  • are under 15 years, without their parents and medical staff’s consent.
  • have not read the instructions included in the packaging.

The Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but potentially highly dangerous infection. It can occur to children, men and women (having their periods or not). It is caused by a toxin produced by a bacteria (Staphylococcus) commonly found in human body.

Half of the cases of TSS known to date occurred among women and teenagers having their monthly periods.

TSS was associated with the use of tampons but it can also occur during the periods when one uses other means of protection (sanitary pads, panty-liners, ...).

TSS is an infection which can be fatal, this is why it must be identified very early and quickly cured. TSS symptoms can appear suddenly during the periods or a little time afterwards. They might not all appear simultaneously: sudden fever, vomiting, diarrhea, sore throat, dizziness, fainting, muscle pain, rash that resembles a sunburn (the skin can peel a few days later). If you show these symptoms, you must withdraw V-Veil Hygienic, consult your doctor or the nearest available doctor, indicating that you have your monthly periods. TSS can happen with or without the use of V-Veil Hygienic. If you already had a TSS, ask your doctor or your gynecologist, chemist, if you can use V-Veil Hygienic.

If you use V-Veil Hygienic in an adequate way and respect these recommendations, you decrease the risk to develop a Toxic Shock Syndrome.

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