Vaginal dryness is a common symptom that many experience at some point in their lives. In many cases, vaginal dryness occurs as estrogen levels decrease and the skin and tissues of the vulva and vagina become thinner and less elastic. While there are many factors that can decrease natural vaginal lubrication, some include:
Also once you are allowed to resume sexual intercourse after delivery, a vaginal lubricant may help with the discomfort.
When choosing a lubricant always look for one that does not contain glycerin, which can lead to yeast infections. Avoid lubricants that contain petrochemicals as these can cause burning or stinging sensations.
While there are tons of lubricating options on the market, natural oils may work better for those with sensitivities to synthetic additives or preservatives.
Our organic intimacy lubricant is perfect for times when vaginal dryness is a problem.
Since oil can break down latex, oil-based lubricants should not be used with latex condoms
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