FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Veteran of the sexual health and wellness industry, M.D. Science Labhas recently launched their newest advancement in personal lubricants, M.D.'s Own, at the NACDS show in Boston. Created for women by women, M.D.'s Own is a revolutionary remedy for feminine dryness, providing relief from
Whether it's due to menopause, breastfeeding, or birth control, vaginal dryness can greatly affect a women's sexual wellbeing. While other lubricants on the market promise slickness and glide for men, M.D.'s Own is more than just a lubricantit's a moisturizer. The unique blend of gentle ingredients not only replenishes a woman's natural moisture, but alleviates the pain caused by dryness.
M.D.'s Own comes in two dermatologically-tested formulas: Immediate Relief and Long-Lasting Relief. Immediate Relief provides lubrication on contact and is made paraben-free and glycerin-free, perfect for sensitive skin. For extended moisturization, doctors recommend a silicone-based lubricant, since silicone will not absorb into the membrane tissues. M.D.'s Own Long-Lasting Relief is formulated with aloe, Vitamin E, and the highest quality silicone available, resulting in replenished moisture that lasts.
The NACDS show was an extreme success and we're excited to announce M.D.'s Own was incredibly well received, with distribution picked up in both Canada and the United States. For more information about M.D.'s Own or any of our other products please visit our website at, http://mdsown.com/. For media and all other inquiries please contact Ashley Albrecht at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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