Relieves vaginal dryness for more comfortable intimacy.
Vaginal dryness is not a unique condition, it is said to impact over a third of UK women*. Although it is common, it shouldn’t be something that gets in the way by causing you painful sex or discomfort.
In most cases, vaginal dryness is triggered by a change in hormone levels. A drop in oestrogen affects the amount of natural lubrication produced by the vagina, making it dry and irritated. Changes in hormone levels can occur during:
Vagisil ProHydrate® Internal Hydrating Gel provides long-lasting moisture, relieving vaginal dryness, so you can enjoy your intimate life at any moment. The bio-adherent formula coats the vaginal wall and slowly releases moisture over time, so you can feel comfortable and ready whenever the moment is right. Plus, it’s hormone-free.
Our ProHydrate® Complex formulation contains a blend of moisturisers, including Hyaluronic Acid (HA). HA can hold up to 1000x its weight in water, and is a naturally occurring moisturiser in your body.
The single-use internal applicator targets the source of dryness.
*Research commissioned in February 2016, by Vagisil, among 1,047 women in a committed relationship, aged 18+
|Internal or External Use||Internal||External||External|
|Relieves vaginal dryness|
|Nourishes intimate skin|
|Comes with applicator|
|Use during intimacy|
|Contains a unique blend of moisturisers, incl. hyaluronic acid|
|Daily use||Recommended use: no more than once every 3 days|
|Condom compatible||YES, compatible with natural rubber latex and polysioprene condoms||YES, compatible with natural rubber latex and polysioprene condoms|
If you have a vagina, you’ve probably felt itchy in that area at some point in your life. Vaginal itch is so common, in fact, women experience it more often than the common cold. And as you may know, itch isn’t a one-size-fits-all sensation. The feeling ranges from slightly bothersome to very irritating to OMG-my-vagina’s-on-fire. Needless to say, we’re of the mind that vaginal itch is less of a dirty little secret and more of a shared experience of womanhood. However, when itch does happen, it’s important to know what may be causing it so you can get relief.