Made of hyaluronic acid, a moisture-binding molecule naturally found in your body, Revaree safely rejuvenates and moisturizes vaginal tissue, providing lasting, hormone-free relief in an easy-to-use, mess-free vaginal insert.¹
Vaginal dryness is caused by fluctuating estrogen levels that are often triggered by menopause, post-childbirth, or because of certain medications. This fluctuation in estrogen can cause vaginal tissue to become thin, dry and less elastic, which can lead to additional irritating symptoms such as itching, burning, or pain during sex.
Vaginal dryness can affect women of any age but occurs most frequently at the onset of menopause.
It’s important to realize that other disruptive menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes or night sweats, will dissipate over time, however, vaginal dryness tends to worsen if left untreated, due to a persistent and prolonged lack of estrogen.
For best results, Revaree should be used – every 2-3 days – for real and lasting relief!
Until Revaree, vaginal dryness treatments were limited to hormone replacement therapies, which are accompanied by certain risks and inconvenience, or lubricants and creams, which are messy, drippy and only provide a short-term reprieve.
With an easy-to-use vaginal insert and no applicator, the main ingredient in Revaree, hyaluronic acid, provides relief without mess or inconvenience, bringing a renewed sense of comfort to your daily life and intimate moments.
Hyaluronic acid is a molecule that is naturally produced throughout the body and plays a significant role during cell development and wound healing. In the case of vaginal dryness, it works by attracting and retaining moisture in the cells of the vaginal lining, creating a healing environment for thinning and damaged skin.¹ The hyaluronic acid molecules inside Revaree can absorb up to 1,000 times their own weight in water, which helps regain vaginal elasticity and softness.⁵
Revaree is uniquely designed to provide lasting relief in a simple, elegantly designed vaginal insert.
¹ Shuai-Bin, Lui, et al. Gynecological Endocrinology. 2014.10:31:3, 208-213.
²Chen J, et al. J Sex Med. 2013;10:1575-1584.
³ Jokar A, et al. IJCBNM. 2016;4:69-78.
⁴ Data on File. JDS Therapeutics.
⁵John H and Price R. Patient Preference and Adherence. 2009,3:225-230.