PROHYDRATE® MOISTURIZING GEL

$12.49

Vaginal dryness is unlike dryness on any other part of your body. It can affect women of all ages due to caused that can include stress, menopause, certain medication and breastfeeding. And when you experience vaginal dryness, sex can be painful. Vagisil Long-lasting Moisturizing Lubricant prevents painful sex due to dryness. It works with your body for dryness releif that feels lnatural so you can feel like yourself again. It contains Hyluronic Acid, a naturally ocurring hydrator that holds 1000 times its weight in water. So relief not only works fast and lasts long, it is discreet so only you know you're using it. Use it to relieve dryness anytime and especially to make intimacy more comfortable.

  • Prevents painful sex due to dryness
  • No added estrogen, preservatives, perfumes or dyes
  • Contains Hyluronic Acid
  • Instant relief of vaginal dryness
  • Comfort tip applicator is easy to use and targets the source of dryness
  1. Wash hands before use.
  2. Remove the applicator from the sealed wrapper. Do not remove the end at this point.
  3. Grip the applicator firmly by the tube. Shake down to ensure that the contents are at the thin end.
  4. Twist off the end and discard. Use immediately after opening. For greater comfort, gently expel a small amount of gel from the applicator before use, so that the tip is lubricated before being inserted into the vagina.
  5. While sitting or lying down, gently insert the entire thin end of the applicator into the vagina.
  6. Squeeze the tube of the applicator firmly to deposit the gel into the vagina. Remove the applicator and discard it. Do not reuse the applicator.

Water, Glycerin, Propanediol, Carbomer homopolymer Type B, Sodium Hyaluronate, Phenethyl Alcohol, Ethylhexlglycerin, Sodium Hydroxide

Dryness

Let’s talk about vaginal dryness, shall we? Firstly, it’s more common than you think! Vaginal dryness has affected 70% of women at some point in their lives. And contrary to popular belief, menopause isn’t the only culprit. Dryness can start as early as your 20s. (Yikes!). Stress, birth control, antihistamines, childbirth, breastfeeding, and even dehydration can cause vaginal dryness. It may also be a symptom of vaginal atrophy, a condition in which vaginal tissues become thinner and more easily irritated. And what about sex? When your heart says one thing but your vagina says another, it’s a recipe for unwanted interruptions. Vaginal dryness doesn’t have to keep you from feeling like yourself or looking forward to intimacy.