How bacteria change your intimate moisture.
On average, almost 20% of all women are affected by intimate dryness before the menopause, and this rate increases massively with the menopause.
In addition to itching and burning as associated symptoms, sex life in particular is severely disrupted and affected women often find sex very unpleasant.
Lubricating gels or expensive creams help temporarily, but do not solve the problem in the long term, because they only provide lubricating properties or moisturize from the outside.
What should I do to overcome my dryness?
In most cases, intimate dryness can be traced back to a disorder of the vaginal mucous membranes - it is therefore all the more important to keep the vaginal mucous membrane healthy and create a good basis for moisturization. We show you how!
Studies have found that Lactobacillus Bacteria are the most frequently isolated microorganisms from the healthy human vagina. Especially the four types L. crispatus, L. gasseri, L. iners, and L. jensenii can be found in a healthy vaginal environment.
If they are not predominant in the endometrial microbiome (i.e. there is more than 10% of other bacteria), the chances of vaginal infections, symptoms and other complaints are significantly increased.
After Menopause (Genitourinary Syndrome)
Vaginal dryness is a hallmark sign of the genitourinary syndrome in menopause for a lot of women, also known as atrophic vaginitis or vaginal atrophy. But it's quite normal, because vaginal tissues become thinner and more easily irritated — resulting from the natural decline in your body's estrogen levels during menopause.
Vaginal Probiotics can be essential for maintaining a harmonious ecosystem in the vagina, especially when estrogen levels fall, as the body finds it increasingly difficult to maintain this environmet naturally. So, we are here to help!