Dulcolax® is the world’s #1 non-prescription laxative brand
Available in more than 90 countries
Dulcolax® is a stimulant laxative that contains Bisacodyl: an active ingredient that works with your body to help relieve occasional constipation. Bisacodyl has a 2-in-1 mechanism of action that stimulates bowel muscles and hydrates by accumulating water in the intestine to soften stool which can help you go.
Get back to being you !
Dulcolax® relieves occasional constipation, allowing you to get back to enjoying the things you love most. It activates your bowels to initiate a great poo so you can feel good, inside and out.
Works with your body
Dulcolax® Tablets have a special coating that ensures that the active ingredient is released right where it's needed. Just one tablet overnight can help provide you with relief in the morning.
Dulcolax® has provided trusted relief for over 60 years.
Let’s see how we can help get you back on your feet
We are a team of poop health experts
Dulcolax® doesn’t just offer a family of products designed to help you get relief from occasional constipation. We also offer reliable advice and information on your gut health. We are here to help you understand your body and how to take action to prevent constipation symptoms.
We created a range of products to answer your body’s needs
Dulcolax® products help your digestive system get moving with fast or gentle overnight relief solutions. Find the Dulcolax® product that’s right for you.
Dulcolax® family of products
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