Vaginal dryness

Vaginal dryness is a common issue of women at different stages of life:

after childbirth and/or during extended breastfeeding

during long-term contraception use

after vaginal surgery

during and after menopause


In some women, vaginal dryness is also connected with:

antibiotic therapy

allergy to detergents

wearing wrong type of underwear

irrigation overuse

susceptibility to sex-related vaginal and vulvar mechanical injuries

sexual disfunctions

treatment of recurring vaginal infections and/or lower part of urinary tract.


In Poland, as much as 23 percent of women in the age of 30-60 experience vaginal dryness, and during the menopause,
the problem concerns approximately 30 percent of women. Global research show that the problem concerns almost
every second woman over 45 years, wordlwide.*



Discomfort that women may feel along with vaginal dryness:

  • itching
  • burning
  • pain of intimate areas which may result in discomfort during sexual intercourse.

Vaginal dryness causes great discomfort for women, resulting in all-day-long deterioration of their wellbeing.



Vaginal dryness versus infections

Intimate infections and their treatment is frequently accompanied by vaginal dryness *. Thus, it is crucial to use
preparations nourishing and supporting the regeneration of vaginal mucous membranes during infection treatment:

hyaluronic acid – is capable of binding water, thus has a great hydrodynamic potential with visible and quick clinical hydrating effect,

vitamin E– hydrates vaginal mucous membrane, thus soothes itching, dryness, the feeling of tightness and reduces susceptibility to microinjuries.

*source: Termedia medical journal



For causes and symptoms of intimate infections