Switzerland’s Neogyn Feminine Soothing Cream Available to Improve Quality of Life for Women in the U.S.

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Neogyn Feminine Soothing Cream is now available to help the 14 million women age 18-80+ in the U.S. who suffer with chronic genital dryness, soreness and pain from intimacy and daily activities. Clinically proven, Neogyn cream contains a proprietary blend of naturally balanced proteins that rejuvenate and care for a women’s most sensitive skin: the vulva. Clinical studies have shown that paraben-free Neogyn significantly reduces itching, burning and pain during intercourse as well as reduces redness and irritation in patients with aggravated genital discomfort. 90% of the women in the clinical studies reported significant improvements in their sex lives. Neogyn has helped soothe and heal the symptoms for countless women with hormonal changes due to menopause, oral birth control use or breast cancer treatments, and it is now available to women in the U.S.


“Treatment of chronic genital discomfort remains a challenge as anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-infection products which are normally beneficial for alleviating inflammation don’t provide relief for the vulva area and creams with lidocaine can be irritating”

“Neogyn should simply be a part of the normal daily feminine care routine. Just like you use sunscreen to prevent sunburn, or body lotion to prevent dryness and chapping,” says Dr. Susan Kellogg Spadt, sexual health expert and Director of Female Sexual Medicine, at Academic Urology Center for Pelvic Medicine outside of Philadelphia. “Neogyn is not medication, its maintenance.”

Chronic genital discomfort can often come from conditions such as vulvodynia, dermatoses and vagintis and can last for years. Chronic burning, stinging, irritation or pain in the vulva,labia and entrance to the vagina may occur for many reasons and can interfere with all kinds of activities including walking, sitting, sports, and intimacy.

“Treatment of chronic genital discomfort remains a challenge as anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-infection products which are normally beneficial for alleviating inflammation don’t provide relief for the vulva area and creams with lidocaine can be irritating,” says Dr. Andrew Goldstein, internationally recognized vulvar disease specialist from The Centers for Vulvovaginal Disorders in Washington DC and New York and co-author of “When Sex Hurts.” “Following studies in Switzerland and Belgium, the benefits of Neogyn were demonstrated in a clinical study here in the U.S. Itching, burning and pain were significantly reduced after using Neogyn.”

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