Ok ladies, it’s time to talk about something that generally doesn’t get brought up amongst friends. While beauty & wellness can be a ton of fun, there’s no point in looking great if you don’t feel great today, so today we’re going to turn our attention to our vaginas; more specifically, vaginal dryness, something that many women deal with.
I know some of you are probably thinking “oh no, she isn’t going there”, but I absolutely am. How often do you end up Googling things like this because you’re too embarrassed to bring them up when chatting with your girlfriends? I’m guessing the answer is way too often. So let’s have a chat about feminine health (and if you enjoy chatting about topics like these, sound off in the comments below!).
Ladies, there are so many reasons why vaginal dryness can come up, at any age; things like hormonal changes (think menopause – 1 in 3 women will experience this as they go through it), stress, pregnancy, medications, periods & IVF treatments can lead to this. It can be uncomfortable, and of course puts a damper on your sex life, which nobody wants.
My friends at Vagisil have a pretty easy (and discreet, with a tampon-like applicator) solution that can help alleviate the dryness. The ProHydrate Natural Feel Moisturizing Gel is a long-lasting product that coats the vaginal wall for instant relief and lubrication, while also releasing more moisture over time. It contains a unique blend of moisturizers, including Hyaluronic Acids, to provide generous, natural feeling hydration – think of it as a rich lotion for your vagina. The fact that it doesn’t include any added estrogen, perfumes, dyes or preservatives also means you can feel more comfortable using it without irritation. Long story short, these convenient applicators (and by that I mean you can easily store them in your purse) can quickly help alleviate discomfort while gently hydrating.
When it comes to lady business, do you feel comfortable chatting about these things with your friends?
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Vagisil, but as always, opinions are 100% my own. Let’s open up the conversation about uncomfortable topics that shouldn’t be so uncomfortable!