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FAQs
  • What's in Silky Peach Cream?

    All the best love and goodness we could find! And as many organic ingredients as are possible. More specifically:

    Ingredients: Deionized Water, Shea Butter*, Beeswax*, Cupuacu Butter*, Sunflower Seed Oil*, Stearic Acid, Glycerin*, Lactobacillus, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Sweet Almond Oil*, Phenoxyethanol, Xanthan Gum, Coconut Fruit Extract, Estriol, Potassium Sorbate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Glycerin, Sodium Hydroxide, Cucumber Peel Extract, Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate. (*Organic)
    Paraben Free

  • Is Silky Peach Cream Paraben Free?

    Yes! We specifically chose a formula that does not contain parabens because parabens can act as xeno-estrogens and disrupt hormone and other body systems. We don't want that junk in our bodies and we don't want it in yours either.

  • What does 83% Organic mean?

    We are committed to creating a super healthy product that is safe for you to use on your body. The 83% organic means that as many as possible ingredients are certified organic. The only non-organic ingredients are the water and preservatives. Preservatives are essential to ensure that the cream is free from microorganisms that would damage the product.

  • Why does vaginal dryness happen?

    Estrogen is important for the health of vaginal tissue. As women mature, their levels of estrogen begin to drop. If a woman does not have enough estrogen, the cells of the vaginal wall begin to thin and lose their integrity and can tear easily. No one wants that!

  • Why is estriol used to improve vaginal health?

    There are three main types of estrogen: estrone, estradiol, and estriol. Estriol is the gentlest of the estrogens but is highly effective in rebuilding the vaginal tissue. Estradiol is a much stronger hormone and we recommend that it should only be used with the guidance of a medical provider.

  • Can I use the cream more than once a day?

    Oh – we can tell you are hopeful and excited! We recommend once daily use to support gradual recovery and rebuilding of the vaginal tissue. It takes several years for estrogen levels to drop, so we recommend taking a gradual route to rebuilding and maintenance. You should feel a difference within 21 days.

  • Why does the cream sting when I use it?

    That tender tissue has likely been sore for quite a while and, just like any sore area, when you start using a cream or ointment to help heal, the body is going to respond to that new substance. You should experience a drop in the stinging sensation as the tissue repair process continues.

  • Where do the ingredients come from?

    Our manufacturer sources ingredients from a range of vendors with a long track record of providing high quality product. Our goal is to have as high a level as possible of organic ingredients. It’s our commitment to a health, quality product that you feel confident using.

  • Is the estriol bioidentical?

    Heck yes, you bet it is. We wouldn’t do this otherwise. Bioidentical hormones are manufactured to have the exact same chemical structure as the hormones that your body makes. By using bioidentical hormones, you get the correct chemical messages but without the side effects that come with a pharmaceutical non-bioidentical hormone.

  • Are there other issues this cream can help with?

    Yes. Estriol helps make sure the vagina has a healthy amount of natural mucus with the right acidity level. The right acidity helps prevent bad bacterial overgrowth. Making sure the vaginal tissue is healthy and the pH is balanced, goes a long way to reducing the chances of vaginal infections and therefore urinary tract infections.

  • Is this for post menopausal women?

    Yes, women who are post-menopause are most likely to have lowered levels of estrogen. However, all women are different... some women experience vaginal dryness well before menopause.

  • I got my period after I started using it – is that normal?

    We often think of menopause as a sudden and swift change from having a period to not. In reality there can be a phase of several years where periods become infrequent and sporadic. In a few cases adding this little bit of estriol can trigger a period, which could be heavy. If you are premenopausal, we suggest starting out slowly and building up to the once a day use.

  • What is the difference between Estriol and Estradiol?

    Both are forms of estrogen, Estradiol is the more powerful of the hormones and is what drives the reproductive cycle. Estriol is a form of estrogen that is metabolized (made) mainly from Estradiol. Estriol is the mildest and most abundant form of estrogen, which makes it the perfect type of estrogen to use for menopause. Since Estriol is the gentlest form of estrogen available, it is easier to supplement with no negative side effects.

  • Is estriol beneficial for a woman in peri-menopause?

    Estriol is one of the various hormones which begin to decline in peri-menopause. This product may be helpful in helping you to achieve better overall balance during midlife. If you have a lot of hormone-related symptoms, we do recommend that you get our hormone levels tested and work with a provider to best understand how to get the most benefit to you personally.

  • How long will it take to feel the results?

    So, we’re all different and it can depend on how long you have been experiencing vaginal dryness. For most women, they will begin to feel the difference within 21 days.

  • How much estriol is in each pump?

    If you press the pump fully, each pump will have about 1mg of estriol.

  • Can I return the cream?

    Please read our Terms and Conditions for information on returns.

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