te Hygiene

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player



Monday, August 12, 2013

Would you Like to See Intimore Products at Wal-Mart?

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Lasting Freshness for the Woman on the go!

In today’s fast paced world, a woman barley has the time to stop and take a breath let alone freshen up. But you don’t have to go all day feeling uncomfortable. Instead try using feminine hygiene wipes. Feminine hygiene wipes are a great way to stay feeling fresh during your period, after a hard workout, or anytime you want to feel renewed.

Intimore To -Go wipes are the perfect product for any woman on the go! These handy cleansing cloths are easy to carry and convenient to use where ever you may be! Intimore To-Go wipes help prevent any unpleasant odors, and have a 3.5 pH level formulation. They are also alcohol free, hypo-allergenic, and contain Lactic Acid combined with a special formulation developed for specific women’s needs.

So, stop stressing because obtaining feminine freshness has never been so easy!

Friday, July 9, 2010

Daily Feminine Hygiene Tips

A woman’s vagina naturally cleanses itself, however maintaining proper, simple feminine hygiene is still crucial to preventing infections and disease. Here are some hygiene tips women should practice:
• Wash after using the bathroom. Any lingering urine can cause infection and/or odor. Make sure you dry the area after washing for any retaining water may cause a yeast infection.

• Women should always wash after sexual intercourse.

• During the menstrual cycle, women should change their tampon or pad every 4-6 hours. If sanitary products are not being changed as frequent as they should, it could cause odor and increase a woman’s chance of getting an infection.

• Always wash after a swim at the beach or local pool. Sand can cause irritation not to mention sitting in a wet bathing suit limits the amount of air flow to the vagina and the moisture can attract bacteria.

Check out Intimore Fresh Sensitive vaginal wash for after swimming use or Intimore Classic for an everyday cleanse. Intimore also carries wipes for the woman on the go, so you can stay fresh all day!

How to Treat and Prevent Vaginal Itching

Vaginal itching is usually caused by an STD or infection. However, if pregnant the most common reason for vaginal itching is the change in the vaginal PH level and can cause irritations.

How can it be treated?

Before you use any over the counter medications, you should check with you doctor and make sure you do not have any STD’s or infections that need a doctors attention. If the itching is due to the vaginal PH level, which is common during pregnancy, then you can try treatments at home like:

· You can lower the PH level by using Intimore™ Fresh-Sensitive with Aloe-Vera that calms sensitive irritated skin during pregnancy, after child birth, after swimming or any aerobic \ sports activity.

· Apply a cold compress

· Use Intimore’s Soothing application Gel that is used to calm itching and irritated skin. The soothing Gel is enriched with a high concentration of natural soothing plant extracts such as Aloe Barbadensis Leaf extract, Allantoin, Echinacea Angustifolia, Calendula Officinalis Extract, Comfrey Extract, Propolis Extract, Witch Hazel Extract and Matricaria Extract (Chamomile).

Just remember: The use of this Gel is not a replacement for medical treatment.

How you can Prevent Vaginal Itching

· Stay clean and dry

· Wear loose fitting clothing

· Wipe from front to back to prevent any unwanted bacteria from entering the vaginal area

· Refrain from using any scented products such as bubble bath or detergents for they will only irritate the vagina more.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

All You Need to Know About Menopause

Menopause is a normal, natural event that women experience. It is considered a transition period when the ovaries stop making eggs, menstruation begins to slow- eventually ending all together, and the body produces less estrogen and progesterone.

Menopause usually begins when a women is between the ages of 45 and 55. It is confirmed after 12 consecutive months of missed periods (in the absence of other obvious causes). At this time, women no longer face the risk of becoming pregnant.

The symptoms associated with menopause can last for 5 years or more. They are different for each individual and include any or all of the following…

• Irregular heartbeat (feels like heart is racing or pounding)
• Hot flashes
• Flushed skin
• Night sweats
• Decreased interest or stimulation in sex
• Irregular periods (before stopping)
• Urine leakage
• Mood swings, irritability, anxiety, depression
• Difficulty sleeping or insomnia
• Painful intercourse
Vaginal dryness or discomfort
• Yeast infections
• Achy or sore joints

Although menopause cannot be prevented, there are tips to help ease the painful symptoms. These include the following…

• Avoiding caffeine and alcohol
• Not smoking
• Staying away from spicy foods
• Eating a low fat diet with plenty of vitamin D and calcium
• Including soy foods in your diet
• Exercising daily (including Kegel exercises)
• Practicing breathing techniques
• Doing yoga, tai chi, or meditation to help relax
• Remaining sexually active
• Using lubricant gels during intercourse
• Treating vaginal dryness with a moisturizing feminine wash or medicated wipes
• Taking antidepressants or high blood pressure medicines
• In extreme cases, seeking hormone treatment

It is important to speak to your doctor about your menopause concerns. If you are experiencing discomfort, pain, or emotional stress related to menopause, your doctor can help develop a plan and prescribe any necessary medication or treatment.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

How to Ease Menstrual Cycle Symptoms

A menstrual cycle is the series of monthly changes that a women’s body goes through to prepare for possible pregnancy. Every month, the uterus grows a new, thickened lining called the endometrium. The lining is meant to hold a fertilized egg during pregnancy. If there is no pregnancy, there is no fertilized egg so the uterus sheds its lining. The shedding of the lining is the monthly menstrual bleeding that women go through.

Women experience different menstrual symptoms throughout their life. Some women suffer from extreme discomfort while others have very minor pain. The symptoms can be affected by age, weight, activity level, food or drink, and birth control or other medications.

Common symptoms that occur include…

• Bloating in the abdomen
• Cramping in the legs, back and lower abdomen
• Breast tenderness
• Headache
• Foul Odor
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Mood Swings
• Irritability
• Fatigue

To help manage discomfort during PMS or Menstruation, women should…

• Cut back on salt to reduce bloating
• Lessen caffeine intake to control irritability and tension
• Increase calcium consumption to relieve PMS
• Keep active with aerobics or cardio to improve blood flow and reduce pain
• Get consistent sleep to control fatigue
• Apply a heating pad to your abdomen or soak in a warm bath to alleviate cramping
• Take non prescription pain killers to relieve headaches, bloating, and cramps
• Use feminine washes like Intimore™ Fresh Sensitive to sooth and moisturize skin discomfort as well as clean and freshen away foul odors.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

All about Vaginal Yeast Infections

What is a Vaginal Yeast Infection?

Yeast is a fungus, naturally present in the vagina. Normally, the amount of yeast is small. A yeast infection means that there is an abnormal amount of yeast cell build up growing in the vagina. Although the infection is common and easy to treat, it can be very uncomfortable for women.

What is a Vaginal Yeast Infection caused by?

The vagina contains a certain amount of bacteria that controls the amount of yeast. If the bacteria amount is affected and an unbalanced level occurs, additional yeast cells start to grow.

Common causes of the unbalanced level of bacteria are if you are taking antibiotics, if you have a change in estrogen levels due to pregnancy or hormone replacement therapy, if you have diseases like diabetes or HIV, or if you are taking birth control, menstruating, or allow sperm to enter during sex. Women who are pregnant or have experienced menopause are also more likely to get yeast infections.

What are the symptoms of a Vaginal Yeast Infection?

Most women experience itching, soreness, a burning sensation during urination or sex, and a thick, white, clumpy, odorless discharge.

How can you treat a Vaginal Yeast Infection?

Treatment can usually be handled with over the counter medications like antifungal cream, a suppository, or antifungal tablets. Most times the infection will clear on it’s on but if not, or if you are experiencing yeast infections on a regular basis, it is important to visit a doctor to make sure everything is ok. They may recommend a yeast infection treatment or prescription medication.

How can you prevent a Vaginal Yeast Infection?

The following methods will help eliminate the chance of getting a yeast infection…

• Wear cotton underwear instead of synthetic fabrics that don't let you breathe as well
• Change out of wet clothing and swimsuits right away
• Avoid scented feminine products and toilet paper
• Use unscented detergents and washes in your genital area
• Use a pH balanced feminine wash for your genital area on a daily basis
• Be sure to use protection during sexual intercourse