Women’s Formula

8 Probiotic Strains,
including our Proprietary 5-strain Blend

25 Billion Active Cultures plus
Cranberry Extract, Zinc, & B2

Probiotic Dietary Supplement 30 Vegetarian Capsules

Probiotic Dietary Supplement 30 Vegetarian Capsules

Product Details

Bio360® Women’s Formula

A healthy microbiome can be instrumental in women’s health. Bio360® Women’s Formula has clinically proven^ probiotic cultures and nutrients to help support women’s vaginal, digestive and immune health all-in-one formula.*

Bio360® Women’s Formula combines 25 billion gut-friendly bacteria, 8 probiotic strains plus Cranberry Extract, Zinc and B2 to help support women’s whole-body health and vaginal balance. 

  • Proprietary 5-Strain Probiotic blend, which includes the #1 clinically studied probiotic strain (Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG strain) and the most independently studied probiotic strain (Lactobacillus plantarum WCFS1)
  • Lactobacillus gasseri & Lactobacillus jensenii selected to help promote vaginal health.*
  • Cranberry Extract to help support a healthy urinary tract.*
  • Zinc to support immune system function.*
  • Vitamin B2 helps convert food into fuel for physical energy.*
non-GMO, no artificial flavors, no artificial colors
no preservatives, no added sugar, gluten free
dairy free, soy free, vegan

 Proud supporter of No Kid Hungry


microbiome, probiotic strains

Stress, diet, medications, menstruation and pregnancy can all create imbalance in your microbiome and upset the delicate balance between good and bad bacteria.10

In recent years, a phenomenal amount of research has been carried out looking at the impact, and the specific roles that probiotics can have on our everyday health and wellbeing. This research has enabled us to identify precisely which bacteria are important in supporting women’s health.

Lactobacillus Gasseri, one of the strains contained in Bio360® Women’s Formula has been shown to effectively colonize and protect the vagina.11

Learn more about the science-driven ingredients inside Bio360® »

10. Hasan, N. et al. Factors affecting the composition of the gut microbiota, and its modulation. PeerJ, 2019;7, e7502.

11. Sarah Cribby, et al. Vaginal Microbiota and the Use of Probiotics, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases, 2008;1-9