WiseWays Herbals, LLC, Meno Moist Suppositories, 12 Pack, 4.5 oz (2.5 ml) Each
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Works in certain situations.
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2607044 on Dec 29, 2011
These work well but they are messy. I found if you squeeze out a small portion instead of the whole amount it is easier to work with. Honestly a whole one is to much and you end up wasting it. You are better off to use a small amount and then use some more later if you need it. If you can keep this cool it doesn't melt as fast when you handle it. Personally I have found the smell of cocoa butter repulsive and it is hard to wash that smell off of your hands. If you have severe vaginal dryness this doesn't fix it. If you need minimal moistness this will help you. It is greasy and long lasting so it doesn't disappear like some gels that are watery. If it wasn't for the smell of cocoa butter I would like it more.
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good for menopause problems
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1621299 on Mar 25, 2011
I "tested" these out to see if there were any reactions. I had previously tried the Carlson Vitamin E suppos (for a healthy environment), and they gave me infections. So then i tried these. No problem! Then I started to get an infection and tried one, and it never came. So I'm all happy! They also do not turn into pure liquid and run out of you, so you could use them during the day. Gives a very nice softness. :) I recommend.
Posted by Reviewer1205845 on Nov 29, 2011
but for some reason didn't seem to melt all the way after 12 hours... great ingredients tho
I like 'em!
Posted by Reviewer1466717 on Oct 28, 2011
Much more pleasant than prescription artificial estrogen creams, pleasant smell, good product.
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2345277 on Nov 30, 2011
I will be returning this product. I was so disappointed with this product. The suppositories would not dissolve, even after 12 hours, and would slide right out the first time you went to the bathroom.