Vulvovaginal symptoms such as pain, burning, and itching can impact a woman’s overall quality of life, and finding a remedy for these issues isn’t always easy. Fortunately, in clinical trials carried out among women with vulvovaginal conditions, more than 70% of the participants responded positively to hypocontactant vulvar therapy. But what exactly is hypocontactant vulvar therapy?
What is hypocontactant vulvar therapy?
Hypocontactant vulvar therapy is a treatment protocol in which hypocontactant skincare products are used to treat vulvovaginal conditions such as vulvar vestibulitis. Hypocontactant vulvar therapy is recommended for women with these conditions because the associated symptoms are often triggered by sensitivities to irritants.
Chemical irritants can be found in feminine products such as douches, feminine sprays, and body rinses. These products can irritate the genital tissues and lead to symptoms such as burning, itching stinging, pain, and rawness.
Hypocontactant skincare products are safe and effective because they do not contain any dyes, detergents, chemicals, or fragrances that can irritate the skin, or prompt an allergic reaction.
Fowler GYN International (FGI), Paradise Valley, AZ, recommends a combination of hypocontactant skincare products called the FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection. The collection is specially designed for women with sensitive external genital tissues.
FeminaRx Pure Skin Care Collection
The FeminaRx Pure Skin Care collection consists of hypocontactant soap, moisturizing lotion, astringent genital skin rinse, nonreactive water-based vaginal lubricant, labial emollient, sensitive genital shaving cream, and friction reducer. The Collection does not contain any of the chemical irritants that are often present in feminine hygiene products.
Would you like to learn more about hypocontactant vulvar therapy? Contact the experts in vaginal care at Fowler GYN International for help.
You can call them (480) 420-4001 for a consultation, or go to www.fowlergyninternational.com/contact-us, to request a free pre-registration call.