Natural alternative to silicone lubricants
This request will be authorised within 12 hours (business days) and you will be able to order your products directly to you, at below RRR prices!
- Provides a richly emollient plant-oil based personal lubricant
- Nourishing barrier cream for intimate tissues
- Soothing treatment for vulval skin conditions
- Soil association certified organic
- Vegetarian friendly
- Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil*
- Butyrospermum parkii (Shea butter)*
- Prunus dulcis (Sweet almond) oil*
- Cera alba (bees wax)
- Theobroma cacao (Cocoa) seed butter*
- Tocopherol (vitamin E)
*Organically grown ingredients
- Not compatible for use with condoms (the water based one is)
How to have a happy Vagina / Vulva throughout your Peri / Menopausal Journey!
Now we all know that Vaginas are self cleaning! (If you don’t now you do!) And we do not want to do random weird things with washes that affect the delicate vaginal microbiome. But sometimes as we age, and Peri-menopause kicks in our flora down there changes, oestrogen fluctuates and things can feel dry and not fun and we might be using lubes more often.
Remember that using the YES hypoallergenic wash can also be helpful in the prevention of bacteria sticking around after your post coital wee (yep I’m gonna discus everything here!)
Firstly make sure you are using YES lube; there are two types water and oil based and I personally recommend both.
Secondly please do not put up with pelvic pain of any sort. Vaginal dryness, tenderness or inflammation is common as we age but not natural and certainly should be checked out and supported. I have a very lengthy (and very honest) article about my journey with Genito-Urinary- Symptoms of Menopause (GSM) on my Substack.
I recommend seeking medical advice from your GP if you think you might benefit from local oestrogen (pessaries or creams)
And I would LOVE to support you with either an online consult or in person acupuncture session.
It’s so important to me that women educate ourselves on our pelvic health and the changes we experience in menopause.