Daily Vaginal Lotion
With recommended daily use, one bottle of Kindra Daily Vaginal Lotion should last about 30-45 days.
We recommend that you use Kindra Daily Vaginal Lotion every day.
All ingredients have been evaluated for use on the intimate area by Human Safety and Regulatory professionals. As with other personal care products, KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Kindra products are marketed in compliance with all appropriate US, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations.
This product is estrogen-free. It does not contain estradiol or progesterone.
Some women might experience a brief burning/stinging sensation upon application due to skin dryness. This feeling should go away quickly, as the tissues are moisturized with repeated use. If continued skin irritation or skin sensitivity occurs, reduce the amount used or discontinue use and seek treatment from your healthcare provider.
Kindra products are marketed in compliance with all appropriate US, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations.
The soft and flexible applicator is made from medical-grade silicone.
Insert the applicator tip with vaginal lotion into the vaginal opening to the marked line on the applicator, about 1-2 cm (half an inch to an inch) into the vaginal opening. DO NOT INSERT THE ENTIRE APPLICATOR INTO THE VAGINA.
The applicator is designed to be reused. Always wash the applicator after use with mild soap and water, then rinse well with water and dry with a towel or air dry. Store in the satin bag that is provided until next use. With proper cleaning, you may continue to use applicator for as long as the vaginal lotion lasts, or as long as you would like. If applicator becomes cracked, damaged or worn, discard and replace.
Core Dietary Supplement
The ingredients in all Kindra products are well-established supplement ingredients. Each of the ingredients and products have been assessed by safety experts.
Consult your health provider prior to using these products if you are taking medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter, or other supplements. Some dietary supplements have been found to interact with medications.