What is Creche Guard PROBIOTIC SPRAY ?

Creche Guard Probiotic Oral Spray has been specifically formulated to improve your child’s immune system by balancing the intestinal microflora. Use Creche Guard Probiotic Oral Spray daily and during and after antibiotic therapy, diarrhoea, or constipation and during thrush.


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Probiotics contain living microorganisms, such as yogurt with lactobacillus, that change the bacterial balance in the human body. The idea is to boost helpful bacteria in the body that can destroy harmful bacteria and reduce infection.


Some antibiotics wipe out the good bacteria with the bad. Probiotics are the good little soldiers who help strengthen the intestinal lining so that bad bugs can’t cross into the bloodstream. They can assist the intestinal environment, making it less desirable for bad bacteria, which causes diarrhoea.

Benefical bacteria

Your child's GI tract is as unique to him as his fingerprints are, no two kids have the same mix of bacteria. Two of the most beneficial bacteria that naturally occur in our body are called Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, and it is these healthy bugs that you will find in Creche Guard PROBIOTIC spray.


Probiotics are possibly the most important part of your child's thrush treatment program. Probiotics attack the infection by balancing the intestinal system and replacing the good bacteria that was lost when the infection started. Secondly, probiotics keep thrush under control by inhibiting its growth.

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