When looking for a cream or lotion for vaginal dryness, I made a list. The list consisted of creams I had read about that were recommended to menopausal women.  I looked at the local drug store first, thinking that they were all about the same.  I came to the conclusion they were not all about the same.  And there was quite a difference in pricing.

I wanted to make sure whatever I chose, I would be happy with. But how do you ever know that unless you have someone recommend one to you they have used and are happy with?

I started to look at the ingredients. For some reason, I ended up not buying any.  Maybe because they were not inexpensive and I wanted to make sure what I chose, I would not end up throwing away because of an offensive smell or that it just didn’t work.

The store had a selection of these creams and lotions, but not the ones I had heard about by Dr Northrup.

I spoke with my sister that night and she recommended a product she had used. It is called Aloe Cadabra and it so worth trying.  I love using it.  It is made from organic ingredients, Aloe Vera, lavendar and some other natural ingredients.

Aloe Vera has been revered as a miraculous topical healing agent that promoted rapid restoration of skin tissue throughout the body.

It is a pleasure to use Aloe Cadabra on a daily basis (even if you don’t plan on having sex daily) because it is healing to our sometimes dry, thin, irritated vaginal tissue we may have during or even after menopause.  And what better ingredients to be going onto or inside your body compared to synthetic ingredients the body doesn’t know what to do with.

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