Vulvo-vaginal Irritation

Every day more women suffer from vulvo-vaginal irritation in some form (rush, burnings, soreness, etc.); cause include the use of feminine hygiene products made with plastics, viscose, cellulose, perfume, and/or superabsorbent and other petrochemical products.


These ingredients combined with the common daily use of pantyliners can create a heat-dampness micro-climate, which is an ideal situation for the proliferation of bacteria, fungi and irritations.


The skin of the vulva is extremely sensitive. Because it is moist and frequently subjected to friction while sitting and moving, this area can be easily affected. Chemicals found in sanitary towels, tampons, pantyliners, toilet tissues, laundry soaps and detergents that contact the vulva can cause irritation. Avoiding contact with potential irritants that contain chemicals is the key.
Using Natural COTTON feminine hygiene products prevents or even eliminates the risks associated with this type of irritation and allergies.


Vulvo-vaginal irritation can appear at any age for a women but it is most often during the fertile years. The years in which a women has her menstrual cycle.


Women’s fashion/beauty trends also add to the occurance of  vulvo-vaginal irritation further exaserbating irritation caused by traditional hygiene products with synthetics.


    • • Daily use of plastic pantyliner
    • • Tight trousers
    • • Tanga (string) and non-cotton underwear
    • • Depilations: brasilian, caribean
You can follow fashion trends by using cotton products.

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