Could my soap be causing vaginal skin issues?

Irritation at vaginal opening is one of those problems women are often embarrassed to speak to their doctor about. However, vaginal issues that persist beyond 4 weeks should be examined. It could represent an STD such as Trichomonas or something as simple as an allergic reaction to your skin care products.  So if you are bothered by vaginal itching, rashes, or irritation, one of the questions you should ask your doctor is – could my soap, detergent, body rinse or hair products be causing vaginal skin issues?

What’s the solution?
If your gynecologist excludes the serious causes and has nothing more to offer, the problem is that you still have the troublesome symptoms. In this setting, it’s worth substuting one product out for another and see if your symptoms begin to improve. The problem is that it can take a few weeks rid the offending exposure before the benefit occurs. And morover how does one pick the most neutral/hypoallergeinc products? One appropriate option is to select from those products recommended by a specialist who deals in skin sensitivity such as Dr. R. Stuart Fowler of Fowler Gyn His recommended product line is called the FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection.

FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection
The FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection is a range of skin care products assembled by Fowler GYN International (FGI) following thousand of woman-years use to determine their compatibility.

The Collection includes a hypocontactant moisturizing skin lotion, pure body soap, labial emollient to prevent undue friction during physical activity, vaginal lubricant for intercourse, astringent skin rinse for the outer genitalia, and shaving cream for the vaginal area.

For more information, contact FGI to schedule an appointment and learn more about the FeminaRx Pure Skin Care collection. Call 480-420-4001 today, or request a free pre-registration call by going to

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