Caya Contraceptive Gel

Caya Contraceptive Gel

Caya Gel is simply ContraGel, branded as part of the Caya package.

Disturbed by the thought of putting a toxic product on your most intimate areas? Had a bad reaction to spermicide gel?

You've invested a lot into your non-hormonal birth control solution. You deserve safe, effective, and natural spermicide alternative to use with your Caya diaphragm.

Until now, only nonoxynol-9 based spermicide gels were available to use with your diaphragm. Caya Gel is a vegan, non-toxic, and organic alternative that inhibits sperm mobility and ensures your Caya is well sealed. Caya Gel is actually the same exact product as ContraGel, the long-standing choice for a natural spermicide alternative, distributed for many years in the UK.

You can only achieve excellent contraceptive effectiveness when you use your barrier contraceptive (diaphragm, FemCap, or Caya) together with a contraceptive gel. But you have a choice: you can use classic Nonoxynol-9 spermicide gel, or the natural alternitive, ContraGel.


What's Wrong With N-9 Spermicide? 

Typical Nonoxynol-9 spermicides like Gynol and Gygel are chemical surfactants — they have the same chemical makeup as harsh cleaning products. To do their job, N-9 spermicides attack cells, break them down, and effectively kill them.

But spermicide does not pick and choose which cells to attack. In addition to sperm, spermicide also attacks sensitive intimate skin cells.

That's why so many woman and men report burning, irritation and rashes after using N-9 products. A second concern when using spermicides is the porous vaginal mucous membranes absorbing the chemicals allowing toxins to travel into your skin and throughout your entire body.


Caya Gel Medical Studies 

ContraGel (a.k.a. Caya Gel) contains no Nonoxynol-9, is vegan, and totally non-toxic. it was even formulated to be compatible with and not disrupt vaginal pH. The choice between Caya Gel and nonoxynol-9 spermicide should be obvious —but is there a difference in effectiveness?

In an outstanding new medical study done under the alternative name of ContraGel, Caya Gel was proven to be just as effective as Nonoxynol-9 spermicides when paired with diaphragms. This is a massive victory for women all over the world who were waiting for confirmation that their birth control method is as effective as it is natural. Body-friendly, eco-friendly, and natural Caya Gel is the clear winner in the battle of the contraceptive gels.

In addition to the groundbreaking new study, Caya Gel's effectivity and safety are well established. It is CE certified for use as a contraceptive gel used with a barrier contraceptive. It has a long history of customer satisfaction and excellent ratings. It was manufactured from 1972 until 2003 under the name Contracep Green and was more recently rebranded ContraGel Green. When sold alongside the Caya diaphragm it is branded as Caya Gel.


How Caya Gel Works

Caya Gel works in two ways: First, it reduces the PH levels in the vagina making it less hospitable to sperm. Second, it's viscous consistency traps sperm to prevent it from swimming past any openings around the barrier contraceptive.

Studies show that this combined effect functions to increase the contraceptive reliability of barrier contraceptives equally well to typical spermicides.

 It is formulated from six simple ingredients: Water, Lactic Acid, Sodium Lactate, Methyl Cellulose, Sorbic Acid, and Vanillin.

Caya Gel is water soluble and safe to use with silicone diaphragms and cervical caps, as well as latex or polyurethane condoms.

Caya Gel Contraceptive Gel Instructions


  1. Caya Contraceptive Gel
    From £16.85

    Expiry date: January 2025 or later.

    For use with cervical caps, diaphragms, FemCap and Caya.

    Minimizes risk of irritation and infections.

    Vegan, dairy free, gluten free, not tested on animals.

    Class IIa Medical Device, CE Approved, Made in Europe.

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