MANY nurses say “yes definitely” to douching with ZONITE (Jun, 1954)

SURVEY SHOWS MANY nurses say “yes definitely” to douching with ZONITE for feminine hygiene

The practice of using a cleansing, deodorizing douche for feminine cleanliness, health and married happiness is prevalent among modern women. Another survey showed that of the married women asked:

83.3% douche after monthly periods,
86.5% at other times.

Zonite is a perfect solution for your douche! It is recommended among nurses who know of zonite’s many advantages. In fact, no other type liquid product for the douche of all those tested is SO POWERFULLY EFFECTIVE yet so absolutely safe to body tissues as ZONITE.

ZONITE Offers Great Hygienic Protection Zonite is a powerful antiseptic-germicide. An advantage of douching with Zonite is that it promptly washes away germs and odor-causing waste accumulations. Zonite leaves a woman with a sense of well-being and confidence— so refreshed and dainty. Zonite completely deodorizes.

Enjoy the many benefits of Zonite. Inexpensive — only a few pennies per douche.

ZONITE has ‘101’ uses in the home

  1. jeffg says: April 30, 201011:19 am

    how “dainty”!

  2. Charlene says: April 30, 201011:27 am

    Imagine the poor woman who doesn’t particularly want to be dainty.

  3. Mike says: April 30, 201012:48 pm

    Those modern women living in their post-modern world.

  4. Tim says: April 30, 20103:13 pm

    101 uses in the home?
    What is it, a floor cleaner AND a douche?
    Maybe a drain opener or a creosote dissolver for your chimney?
    Sounds “absolutely safe to body tissues,” sure.

  5. Firebrand38 says: April 30, 20103:49 pm

    Tim: Calm down and catch your breath. It’s an antiseptic…………

    A version of it is still available in case you care to indulge.

  6. Charlene says: May 1, 201012:47 am

    I think we already discussed it – suffice to say that the main ingredient in Zonite can be an antiseptic if used within 48 hours of preparation. Zonite, however, would have sat on the druggist’s shelf for weeks before use.

    And for those just tuning in: yes, this was mainly used for yeast infections, and rarely for (ineffective) contraception.

  7. Firebrand38 says: May 1, 20104:55 am

    Charlene: That was part of the early controversy in medical circles. As you say, it was allegedly a weak solution of chlorine bleach but the shelf life thing cast doubt on that.
    That said, at the links I provided you can see it was also recommended for use against bad breath, dandruff, athlete’s foot and so on.

  8. StanFlouride says: May 1, 20105:04 pm

    A later version of it was released as “SHIMMER”, an ad from the 1970s demonstrates its variety:…

  9. djkrugger says: July 5, 201011:59 pm

    I guess that’s why single ladies always smell bad, There’s no mention of them douching periodically!

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