You certainly can, but you put yourself at risk of irritation, dryness and discomfort. Unlike conventional soaps and body washes, Lubrigyn cleans “by affinity,” which means it draws out impurities with natural oils instead of harsh ingredients or harmful lather. This method of cleansing safeguards and nourishes the hydrolipid film that protects the delicate skin around the vagina. This keeps you feeling comfortable, confident— and sexy all day long.
Natural ingredients and botanicals in Lubrigyn’s special formula have been proven to clean, moisturize and protect the delicate skin around the vagina. This makes Lubrigyn and ‘all-in-one’ lotion for complete feminine care.
Any woman who wants to experience a new feminine hygiene cleanser which also moisturizes and deodorizes, characterized by an innovative creamy formulation that is free from Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and rich in Hyaluronic Acid and Elastin, will benefit. In particular, it is specifically recommended for all those cases of intimate discomfort, that require the use of a gentle and effective cleanser. Moreover, pregnant women could benefit from Lubrigyn for its elasticizing qualities and in the aftermath of delivery for cleansing purposes.
If your daily intimate hygiene product is a lathering wash, you should know that it may be harmful to your intimate area. Lather is often created, in many intimate soap, by sodium lauryl sulfate, which needs to be rinsed off completely and thoroughly. Why? It can cause your delicate ecosystem to swing out of balance, which increases the possibility of irritation and discomfort.
Lubrigyn cleans “by affinity’” which means it draws out impurities with natural oils instead of harsh ingredients or harmful lather. Lubrigyn’s natural oils blend with the skin’s own oils to clean and dissolve dirt, bacteria, and other substances. In fact, the medical community supports the notion that one of the most effective ways to dissolve a non-polar solvent like sebum/oil is by using another non-polar solvent— another oil. Made with the finest natural oils and compatible with the skin’s own oils, Lubrigyn leaves the delicate vaginal area nourished, moisturized and balanced— but never sticky or greasy.
It can be used in two different ways. To use with water as a regular soap substitute, apply gently to the area, cleanse and rinse. To use without water, simply apply it on a tissue and gently wipe on. Do not rinse.
Both applications provide the same beneficial effects: cleansing, soothing, moisturizing and deodorizing.
Lubrigyn Lotion cleanses, protects and makes you feel good both at home or on-the-go. Lubrigyn is exclusively for external use.
No; Lubrigyn can also be used as a whole body wash, for the whole family and for individuals of all ages.
No. Because Lubrigyn is a creamy, hyaluronic acid-based product, free from aggressive active principles and ingredients. It actually restores the physiological pH of the intimate area and provides a gentle but effective soothing action, alleviating the possible irritations caused by all lather products rich in sodium lauryl sulfate.
Do not use Lubrigyn if you are allergic to any of the ingredients contained in the product. If irritation develops, discontinue use and consult with a physician.
No; Lubrigyn does not contain parabens or hormones.
After opening, Lubrigyn can be used within the following 12 months.
Our product is lightly fragranced and is hypoallergenic.
If used as recommended, a 200 ml tube should last approximately 30 days.
Lubrigyn is made in Italy. In fact, it’s the number one doctor prescribed feminine hygiene product in Italy.
Lubrigyn is distributed to major retailers around the country and also available online.
Characterized by little or no lubrication, the disorder leads to drying of the mucous membranes of the vagina. Dryness can also affect the vulva, which is the large and small lips.
Vaginal dryness can lead to a feeling of discomfort, burning, irritation and sometimes itchiness. Because of poor or no lubrication, sexual relations are difficult. Often there is pain and burning at the time of penetration which can make intercourse too painful.
This disorder can strike at any age. Although it often comes at menopause, young women, active women, those with diabetes or who are pregnant have reported symptoms of vaginal dryness.
The most frequent causes of dryness of the external genitalia, dryness is caused by hormonal deficiencies (estrogen), improper hygiene (detergents inappropriate and excessive hygiene, etc.) Bad habits (tight clothing , synthetic underwear etc.) diseases such as lichen sclerosus. The most common causes of vaginal dryness are mainly related to hormonal deficiencies type estrogen resulting from menopause, amenorrhea, childbirth, breastfeeding. It can also be related to psychological factors such as lack of sexual arousal, lack of agreement with the partner, responsible for poor or assumed vaginal lubrication and dyspareunia, ie pain in relationships.
Tampons make life easier during the menstrual cycle, especially if you are active. But women who have a vaginal mucosa particularly sensitive and should use tampons sparingly, as they can promote vaginal dryness and alter the vaginal ecosystem.
The increase in vaginal lubrication is the physiological response that occurs as a result of sexual excitement. If there are difficulties in agreement with the partners, situations of anxiety or stress, if there are difficulties to let go, feelings of inadequacy, fear, preliminary inadequate or too short, an environment or a situation in which it takes place the relationship in which no you feel at ease, you can not reach the state of excitement which is essential for a good lubrication, for which there is a condition of “dry”, and reports can be painful (dyspareunia) and difficult.
Menopause is characterized by a drastic reduction of estrogen that are no longer produced in the ovarian level, a situation which also affects the vulva and vagina. What we have therefore an ongoing process in the time of thinning of the vaginal mucosa, a reduction of secretions, vaginal and vulvar trophism, so the vulvovaginal dryness is becoming increasingly clear, and cause difficulty to the relationship. There are various types of therapies that can be used for this problem: HRT, local vaginal therapies based hormones, or substances from plants (soy isoflavones), moisturizing and soothing gel, lubricants, vitamin E, homeopathic remedies, etc.
As a general rule in all cases it is appropriate to:
But remember, however, that in the case of genital dryness is important to identify exactly the factor or factors that determined the onset, so the gynecological examination is essential for an optimal resolution of the problem.