KadeFungin® 3 Vaginalcreme
Dr. Kade

KadeFungin® 3 Vaginalcreme

Date of certification: 01.03.2024
State: Valid
Product description according to manufacturer:

The acute therapy for vaginal yeast infection

KadeFungin® 3 contains the active ingredient Clotrimazole. This is a broad-spectrum antifungal and is used for infections of the vagina and the outer genital area caused by yeast fungi.

KadeFungin® 3 vaginal cream

• Highly dosed with 2% Clotrimazole
• 3 single-use applicators
• For itching, burning, and redness in the intimate area – for use in the internal and external intimate area
• The effective 3-day therapy


Mandatory text for laypersons
KadeFungin® 3 Vaginal Cream Active Ingredient: Clotrimazole. Indications: Inflammation of the vagina and discharge, caused by fungal infection (Candida albicans), as well as superinfections with clotrimazole-sensitive bacteria. Contains benzyl alcohol and cetylstearyl alcohol. For risks and side effects, read the package leaflet and consult your doctor or pharmacist. DR. KADE Pharmazeutische Fabrik GmbH, Berlin. As of: 12/2023

The results are evaluated with grades from 1 (one) to 3 (three).
If the product shows no or positive influence to the above-mentioned aspects, a grade of 1 is awarded respectively.
If only a very weak negative influence can be detected in the tests, the grade 2 is awarded and in case of a clearly negative influence, the product receives the grade 3.

The product has passed up to grade 2.0.



Balance of the skin microbiome


Diversity of the corresponding skin microbiome (x2)


Skin-product contact direct (x2)


Skin-product contact indirect


Overall grade



The MyMicrobiome Standard evaluates cosmetic and personal care products, that encounter the skin or mucous membrane, in terms of their influence on the microbiome located at a specific body site.

An intact skin microbiome has a fundamental influence on skin health. Products which are to be skin-friendly must also be Microbiome-friendly in order not to unbalance the skin of the user.

The MyMicrobiome Standard evaluates the influence of cosmetic and personal care products on the microbial key players of a specific skin or mucous membrane area. The human microbiome is very individual from person to person.

Each area, however, harbors a characteristic composition of bacteria, viruses and fungi. The test examines the products influence on the key organisms typical for each skin area and thus offers a standardized procedure.

Here you can find an overview of our testing standards: MyMicrobiome Standard

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