Many women don’t know the impact that using the wrong hygiene products can have on vaginal health. Vaginal pain or irritation can be caused by products that disturb that cause contact dermatitis. That’s why women should be aware of what are the best hygiene products for the female genitalia.
The importance of using the right hygiene products
Some hygiene products can contain irritants which can adversely affect vulva and vaginal health. Symptoms such as itching, redness, swelling, burning, pain, urinary frequency/urgency in absence of bladder infection, or rawness with intercourse, could all indicate a chemical reaction to hygiene products that come in contact with the vulva. This includes products such as soap, shampoo, conditioners, body rinses, scented toilet paper, and laundry detergent.
What are the best hygiene products for female genitalia?
Hypocontactant products meaning those that are neutral and non-allergenic are the best hygiene products for female genitalia, because they are less likely to cause an irritant reaction.
Fowler GYN International (FGI) located in Phoenix, AZ, has researched a hypocontactant skin care collection called the FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection, for women with sensitive skin. The approach has been used with success by thousands of women with contact sensitivies.
FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection
The collection combines hypocontactant soap, moisturizing lotion, nonreactive water-based vaginal lubricant, astringent genital skin rinse, sensitive genital shaving cream, and labial emollient and friction reducer.
The FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection will help keep the external genitalia clear of the chemical irritants that are often found in common hygiene products.
FGI has helped thousands of woman gain relief from persistent vulvovaginal issues by incorporating the FeminaRx Skin Care Collection into their treatment protocol.
Call (480) 420-4001 to schedule a consultation with board certified gynecologist Dr. R. Stuart Fowler, or go to www.fowlergyninternational.com/contact-us, and request a free pre-registration call.