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The RepHreshing Truth for Healthcare Professionals

If you’re a doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional and want to know more about RepHresh, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got all the resources you need to confidently recommend RepHresh to your patients. Take a look at our clinical studies, learn what other industry professionals are saying or read up on the questions patients are most likely to ask about RepHresh. Most of all, we hope you’ll join us in our efforts to educate women about the importance of vaginal pH. And help them take better care of their vaginal health.

RepHresh Basics

What is RepHresh?

RepHresh is an over-the-counter vaginal gel clinically proven to maintain healthy vaginal pH. It’s colorless, odourless and long-lasting—just one application lasts for three full days. It’s safe to use long-term and during pregnancy.

How does RepHresh work?

Our patented vaginal gel is made of two polymers, polycarbophil and carbomer. Polycarbophil is an acidic molecule that adheres to the vaginal epithelial cells until they turnover (3-5 days) and buffers vaginal secretions near the natural physiologic level. This restores the vaginal pH to its optimum balance of 4.5 and helps to maintain good vaginal health. A balanced pH also keeps other bacteria from overpopulating. RepHresh contains no antimicrobial agents, yet by eliminating a supportive environment for bacterial growth, RepHresh also eliminates odour for up to three full days.

Why does pH matter?

A normal vaginal pH of 4.5 is important for maintaining good vaginal health. At this optimum pH level, the vagina contains a specific balance of necessary bacteria and some yeast cells. This delicate balance can easily be disturbed, and when this happens, vaginal problems are more likely to occur.

How do I know if RepHresh is right for my patients?

RepHresh is right for your patients if they are frequently susceptible to higher pH levels. RepHresh may also be right for your patients if they experience regular vaginal odour, irritation, discomfort or infections.
Want to know what patients are asking? Take a look at our FAQ’s.