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This product is a candidate for our TotalHealth Award of Excellence. That means it is a product that can improve the quality of life of the majority of women who use it. Many millions of women suffer in silence when it comes to vaginal health. In fact, nearly half of all women over the age 40 have suffered from vaginal dryness at some point in their lives. Vaginal dryness and vaginal atrophy affect millions of women. Vaginal candidiasis (yeast infection) is common. In the United States, it is the second most common type of vaginal infection after bacterial vaginal infections.1 An estimated 1.4 million outpatient visits for vaginal candidiasis occur annually in the United States.2 The number of vaginal candidiasis cases in the United States is unknown.

There are an estimated 64 million postmenopausal women in the United States (US), and as many as 32 million women may suffer from VVA symptoms including dyspareunia (pain during sexual intercourse), vaginal dryness, and vaginal irritation. VVA is chronic, progressive, and, unlike vasomotor symptoms, will not resolve with time and without treatment. Left untreated, VVA symptoms can not only cause discomfort but can also negatively impact women’s quality of life, including sexual relationships and emotional well-being. Severe VVA may affect other quality-of-life aspects, including clothing choices, exercise options, and general pelvic floor comfort.3

Many women, if not most, are shy to discuss with health practitioners or even friends. It's a problem that can affect sexual pleasure. It can lead to great vaginal discomfort such as burning and pain and may also contribute to increased risk of urinary tract infections as well as other vaginal health issues. We are talking about the problem of vaginal dryness, also known as vaginal atrophy. This condition is accompanied by thinning of vaginal tissue and lack of lubrication.

Hygeena has been formulated by a team of women's health experts. It is a unique formula with powerful synergy of six all natural, organic and non-toxic ingredients that have been proven to heal, repair, lubricate, and rejuvenate vaginal tissue as well as restore a healthy vaginal environment. They include Pueraria Mirifica, Silver Biotics®, Hyaluronic Acid, Omega 7’s (Sea Buckthorn Oil), Natural Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol), and Aloe Vera. It is easily administered as a vaginal suppository and goes to work immediately!

The best part is you get virtually instant relief. And the company has assured TotalHealth anyone not happy with the results gets a 100% money back guarantee.

Ladies To find out more about about this amazing product read Dr. Sherrill Sellman's article in TotalHealth:

Hygeena - The Ultimate Vaginal Healing and Rejuvenation Solution

or just watch her interview with our newest host Frankie Boyer.


  1. Sobel JD. Vulvovaginal candidosisexternal. Lancet 2007;369:1961-71.
  2. Benedict K, Jackson BR, Chiller T, Beer KD. Estimation of direct healthcare costs of fungal diseases in the United States. Clin Infect Dis. 2018 Sep 10.
  3. Susan Wysocki, Sheryl Kingsberg, and Michael Krychman Management of Vaginal Atrophy: Implications from the REVIVE Survey Clin Med Insights Reprod Health. 2014; 8: 23–30.

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