Health Facts: Contains Nonoxynol-9
Product Warning: Keep out of reach of children
Primary Active Ingredient: Nonoxynol-9
Material: PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol)
Features: Contains Spermicide
Item Number (DPCI): 245-03-0650
Origin: Made in the USA
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If you use VCF, neither you nor your partner will be able to tell it’s there. This means you can enjoy sex with the knowledge that you are protected. VCF is the most comfortable spermicide ever developed. There are no bulky inserts that you have to leave in, no applicators to insert or clean. Since VCF doesn’t’ contain a lot of inactive ingredients like foams or gels, it isn’t runny or messy. It will simply wash away with your body’s natural fluids.
Effectiveness of any contraceptive method is directly related to the accuracy and consistency with which the method is used. Therefore, it’s important that you follow the directions carefully, otherwise, as with any contraceptive, reliability cannot be assured. This method of birth control must be used each and every time you have sex, regardless of the time of the month or the time of last application. Ask a doctor before use if you have been told that you should not become pregnant. Remember, no product can guarantee 100% effectiveness in pregnancy prevention.
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