Wouche Away News
We tested over 20 different dry-wipe brands and Wild & Pure is one of our favorites that earned a spot in our store!
As the inventors of Pre-Seed Fertility Lubricant, we have been involved in making safer personal care products for over two decades. As a Pharmacist (Dr. C) and Sexual Wellness Expert (Dr. E, the one with an autoimmune disease and chronic allergic irritation), we...
Wouche Away™ was just nominated for the Idaho Innovation Awards Consumer Product of the Year 2021 by senior administration at the University of Idaho Research Park!
Wet wipes are bad for babies’ and adults’ urogenital and rectal tissue (all that down there), healthy human bacteria, and our planet. In fact, our initial reason for developing Wouche Away™ was to design an effective, safe dry-wipe system for use in everyone, everywhere. We tested over 20 different dry-wipe brands and came up with two of our favorites that earned a spot in our store!
We are ecstatic to be launching Glyciome’s first patent-pending product, our Wouche Away™ personal cleanser for everyone in your family! You can learn more about how others are using this amazing product and why we love it! One of the main uses we have found for Wouche Away has been for reducing and/or replacing toilet paper (“TP”), which can be easy, cost-effective and NOT GROSS, I promise!
New Study Supports the Role of Healthy Vaginal Bacteria in Protecting Against Cervical Cancer Progression
A recent study provides further support of the protective role of beneficial vaginal bacteria (the beneficial microbiome) in preventing cervical cancer development and progression.
For women without vaginal infection at the start of this study (specifically, bacterial vaginosis or BV), the type of bacteria in their partner’s penis predicted if BV would develop in 3 out of 4 women. The study (Mehta et al 2020) suggests treating women for BV and unhealthy vaginal bacteria in the future may need to also include treating male partners. These researchers’ major findings include:
A recent study found that unhealthy bacteria (as part of the vaginal “microbiome”) are present in higher numbers in women with fertility issues, and that such changes increase vaginal pH.
The healthy vaginal microbiome is designed to maintain a healthy pH during sexual activity.