Replenish Cream relieves vaginal dryness by restoring moisture to promote intimacy that is free from dryness-related pain and irritation. This estrogen-free solution has also been proven to restore a naturally fluctuating libido.
Replenish Cream works fast to sooth itching and dryness associated with vaginal atrophy or occasional discomfort. Oxytocin and Vitamin E work together to rejuvenate vaginal tissue and replenish moisture, so you feel less discomfort and greater pleasure.
Replenish Cream comes with an easy-to-use vaginal applicator for mess-free application. For best results, apply three nights per week at bedtime.
Oxytocin / 400 iu
Known as the “bonding hormone,” Oxytocin triggers calm and connectedness—feelings that can help you relax and help you reach orgasm. It is also clinically proven to be an estrogen-free alternative for alleviating symptoms associated with vaginal dryness and atrophy.
Vitamin E / 400 iu
This robust antioxidant that not only naturally increases vaginal lubrication but, also, enhances blood flow and lessens PMS and menopausal symptoms.
Women experiencing a loss or lack of vaginal moisture and tone leading to vaginal dryness, irritation, itch and discomfort during sex. Symptoms may be caused by menopause or may be the result of medications such as oral contraceptives or antidepressants. Replenish Cream is ideal for women who prefer a non-estrogen approach to vaginal rejuvenation.
This product is administered intravaginally and requires the use of a vaginal applicator to inject cream into the vagina. If you are uncomfortable using an applicator, do not use this product. If you may have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or are being treated for an STI with an intravaginal cream or medication, do not use Replenish Cream.
Replenish Cream should also not be used during menstruation or by those with uncontrolled high or low blood pressure (hypertension/hypotension), a history of heart attacks, strokes or unstable angina. Do not use Replenish Cream if you have been instructed by a doctor not to engage in sexual activity.
Mild to moderate itching, vaginal discharge and urinary tract infections have been reported.