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RePhresh Vaginal Gel – Keeping it Fresh “Down There.”

Posted July 26, 2012 by Kimani in Infection Section

RePhresh Vaginal Gel – Keeping it Fresh “Down There.” 

As we all know, my goal is to help everyone find their healthy, sexy self. Women who suffer from BV (Bacterial Vaginosis) may have a hard time finding remedies to keep their flora balanced – and this is a great option.

What is RepHresh?

Created specifically for women, RePhresh balances the pH of the vagina to a healthy range of 4-5 (4.5 being the average pH of a healthy vagina). This regulates the flora (good bacteria vs bad bacteria) within the vagina, which helps fight infections and promotes recovery after treating them.

This gel is excellent for athletes and women who exercise and/or sweat frequently. RePhresh is known to relieve the symptoms of yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis.

How Does RepHresh Work?

RePhresh isn’t your average feminine product; it also acts as a vaginal moisturizer, which reduces feminine dryness and also substitutes for lubrication during intercourse. It also is known to eliminate feminine odor by neutralizing acidic pH within the vagina. While it cannot cure any infection or disease, it aids in treatments prescribed by licensed physicians.



When Should I Use RePhresh?

Once every 3 days or when pH imbalance is most likely to occur:

After your period
Before or after sex
After douching
For freshness anytime


Studies show that vaginal issues often occur when vaginal pH is unbalanced.

The vaginal gel is clinically shown to maintain healthy vaginal pH, and

Healthy feminine pH can help reduce risk of vaginal issues.

Eliminates Vaginal Odor

Relieves Feminine Discomfort

Each application lasts for 3 days


Application is simple, long lasting, and gynecologist recommended.  Click here to find a local retailer near you.


*This is NOT a paid advertisement.

While this product is awesome for treating diagnosed issues with bacterial vaginosis, it’s important to be diagnosed correctly, first. Always consult with your OB/GYN if it is your first time experiencing certain issues…


(Info courtesy of Rephresh)

About the Author


A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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