Supporting Women's Health
We provide clinic packs and wholesale options available for health professionals.
NatFem is proving to be a popular alternative to steroidal and hormone creams and increasingly health professionals including GPs, gynecologists, rheumatologists, naturopaths, and pelvic health physiotherapists are requesting to purchase samples to use and provide women with in clinic.
If interested for your health practice or clinic, you are very welcome to get in touch.
“Thanks for getting these in place, excellent testing option for patients and for therapists to trial.”
- Dr. Melissa Davidson, specialist physiotherapist in pelvic health
“I tried many products including Dr's script but nothing relieved the burning stinging sensation around the vaginal area. Saw this product advertised and thrilled to find something that works.”
— NatFem customer
About NatFem Products
Made to soothe vaginal and vulval dryness
NatFem balms for vaginal dryness are made from organic and natural oils infused with soothing and healing botanical extracts that have antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anti-itch properties and have been carefully selected to help moisturise, soothe, protect and calm sensitive and tender parts.
There are no hormones, steroids, parabens or glycerin* in these products.
We initially created our Original Balm to help provide relief from menopausal dryness. Over time, customers and health professionals have told us how they have found it helpful with a range of conditions including vaginal dryness, lichen sclerosus, vulvodynia, post-partum.
Customers also asked for a vegan version (Original Balm contains beeswax) and so we created our Super-Soothing Balm which enabled us to add additional soothing ingredients such as aloe vera. Super-Soothing balm was shortlisted for Best New Sexual or Intimate Care Product at the 2020 UK Pure Beauty Awards.
These balms were created first and foremost to help with everyday comfort, but are also lovely to use as a lubricant for intimacy (but do not use with condoms).
*for information on glycerin and glycols effect on the vaginal and vulval tissue and biome click here.
“Easy to apply - it's now part of my daily moisturising routine - the balm has certainly helped with my itch 'down below' - a massive relief for me.”
Apply a small amount to an area with a clean finger as often as needed.
Can be used over vulval and anal area and around the vaginal opening.
Putting some at the vaginal opening seems to help it get to where it needs to go internally.
Can be applied to both partners to help with intimacy.