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RepHresh doesn't just treat symptoms, it gets to the cause


Date Established 01/2004
Founder Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
Headquarters Ewing Township
Health & Wellness
E-commerce & Retail
Press Contact Alex Bean


RepHresh knows almost every woman will have concerns with their feminine health at some point in their lives. RepHresh products promote vaginal health, balance pH, eliminate feminine odors and relieve feminine discomfort.

Founding Story

Church & Dwight Co., Inc., was founded in 1846 and is headquartered in Ewing, New Jersey. They are one of the fastest-growing Consumer Packaged Goods companies that has outpaced the Standard & Poor's by more than three times over the last 10 years. As a testament to the strength of the company, Church & Dwight Co., Inc. was added to the S&P 500 in 2016. Church & Dwight is a leader in the Household Consumer Products and Personal Care industries, with such brands as RepHresh™, ARM & HAMMER™, Trojan™, First Response™, Nair™, Spinbrush™, OxiClean™, Orajel™ and more. The Company’s business is divided into three primary segments, Consumer Domestic, Consumer International and Specialty Products. The Company’s business is divided into three primary segments, Consumer Domestic, Consumer International and Specialty Products.


RepHresh Vaginal Gel
RepHresh Vaginal Gel $17.80
RepHresh Pro-B Probiotic
RepHresh Pro-B Probiotic $25.33
RepHresh™ Urinary Tract Health + Immune Support Supplement
RepHresh™ Urinary Tract Health + Immune Support Supplement $16.92


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Business Wire - Jun 29, 2023 Dr. Maria Sophocles Encourages Women to Safeguard Vaginal Health Through Summer’s Heat and Humidity "Dr. Maria Sophocles, gynecologist and medical director of Women’s Healthcare of Princeton, N.J., encourages women to safeguard their vaginal health during the summer months. Factors like heat, humidity, sweat, and lifestyle choices can disrupt the natural pH balance of the vagina, leading to irritation and discomfort. Dr. Sophocles recommends using RepHresh Pro-B, a feminine probiotic, to restore the natural balance of yeast and bacteria in the vagina. She also advises rinsing the vulva with clean water after swimming and using RepHresh Vaginal Gel to restore a healthy pH level. Dr. Sophocles suggests opting for breathable fabrics like cotton to promote airflow to the genital area and using a vaginal moisturizer like Replens Long-Lasting Vaginal Moisturizer to combat dryness. She also recommends staying mindful of blood circulation in the pelvic area during travel to prevent discomfort or swelling."
Trendeepro - Jun 29, 2023 dr Maria Sophocles encourages women to protect vaginal health despite the heat and humidity of summer "Dr. Maria Sophocles, a gynecologist and medical director of Women's Healthcare in Princeton, New Jersey, encourages women to protect vaginal health during the summer months. She advises using a female probiotic like RepHresh Pro-B to restore the natural balance of yeast and bacteria in the vagina. Dr. Sophocles also recommends rinsing the vulva with plain water after swimming and using RepHresh Vaginal Gel to restore a healthy pH and eliminate unusual odors. She suggests wearing breathable fabrics like cotton and using a vaginal moisturizer like Replens Long-Lasting Vaginal Moisturizer to combat dryness. Additionally, she advises stretching and moving during prolonged sitting during travel to improve blood flow to the pelvic region."
Women's Health - Apr 05, 2023 14 Reasons Your Vagina Is So Damn Itchy, According To Gynecologists "There are only a few things in this world that can make you more uncomfortable than having *that area* begging for a good scratch fest. There are a lot of dos and don'ts when it comes to cleaning, of course, but what’s the protocol when vaginal itching is keeping you up at night?"
BuzzRx - Apr 04, 2023 How Long Does Menopause Last? Symptoms & Treatments "Menopause is when you stop getting your menstrual cycles. It is a normal and natural event that occurs due to falling levels of reproductive hormones. You are considered postmenopausal when your last menstrual period was at least 12 months ago. The menopausal transition can cause a range of uncomfortable symptoms. Please continue reading to learn about the common symptoms of menopause and their treatments."
Prevention - Mar 10, 2023 10 Home Remedies for Vaginal Itching That Are Effective, According to Gynecologists "Whether you’re dealing with harsh soaps or a yeast infection, these simple treatments can provide relief." - Feb 25, 2023 Pain During Sex? Here's What Your Body's Trying to Tell You "Pain during sex is common, but it's definitely not normal. So if being intimate is making you physically uncomfortable, it's time to get help."
Cosmopolitan - Jan 27, 2023 How to Fix a Yeast Infection and Keep Them From Coming Back "Here’s exactly which remedies to rely on and which you should never ever try."
Forbes - Jan 23, 2023 Bleeding After Sex: Everything You Need To Know "It can be unsettling to experience vaginal bleeding after sex—and even more so if you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant. There are a variety of reasons why you might have some bleeding after sex. Sometimes, it could be as simple as not using enough lubricant during sex. Other times, it could signal an abnormality with your cervical health and may warrant a more in-depth check-in with your doctor."
Verywell Health - Jan 20, 2023 Sexual Dysfunction and Thyroid Disease "Sexual dysfunction can be caused by both hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) and hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid). Men may develop related erectile dysfunction (ED), while women may experience painful intercourse. And low libido can occur because of thyroid disorders in either sex."
Prevention - Jan 13, 2023 How to Deal With Vaginal Dryness "You don’t have to suffer from this very treatable issue."
Shape - Mar 07, 2022 What to Do If a Tampon Is Stuck Inside You "It's also a good idea to use an odor-eliminating gel in your vagina to help acidify it and get rid of the smell, adds Dr. Streicher. "Generally, if you have an odor, it's because your vaginal pH is off," she explains. "A couple of doses of RepHresh gel will help.""
Wellandgood - Feb 05, 2022 This Bubble Bath Was Formulated Specifically for Those With Vaginas "“If your pH balance does get thrown off and you need some extra help getting it back to normal, use a vaginal gel like RepHresh that helps maintain a healthy pH and relieves discomfort.""
Cosmopolitan - Jan 14, 2022 How to Fix a Yeast Infection and Keep Them From Coming Back "For her patients with recurring infections of either yeast or BV, Dr. Brandye recommends RepHresh Pro B, which is a probiotic specifically meant for maintaining a healthy vaginal pH (and making sure you have the necessary good bacteria in your system to fight infections). "It is a tablet that you take by mouth every day, and used along with good perineal hygiene habits, works really well," she says. Just remember, you still gotta treat the yeast infection, but the probiotic is a good extra step in case you want to prevent recurring future ones."
Prevention - Jan 12, 2022 These 3 Vaginal Odors Indicate There‘s a Problem Down There
Bustle - Dec 19, 2021 The 6 Best Probiotics For Vaginal Health "2A Doctor-Developed Probiotic Supplement With A Cult Following RepHresh Pro-B Probiotic Supplement for Women (30 capsules) Clinically tested, developed by doctors, and gynecologist-recommended, this brand is designed to balance yeast and bacteria for optimal vaginal health. This popular pick contains lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and lactobacillus reuteri RC-14. It also boasts a 4.6-star rating on Amazon and more than 16,000 reviews so it's a serious fan-favorite. While it's a less potent blend than the number one pick featured above (it contains 5 billion CFUs per serving compared to Garden of Life's 50 billion CFUs), this probiotic has shoppers raving over its ability to help them combat BV. Similar to the pick above, it's recommended that you take one capsule daily."
Scary Mommy - Dec 09, 2021 'Winter Vagina' Is Real — Here’s What You Can Do About It "Dr. Jackie said, “While it is true that warmer temperatures can impact vaginal health due to sweating and swimming, colder temperatures do not directly impact vaginal health. For those concerned about their vaginal health as seasons change, I tell my patients to use a vaginal probiotic supplement. It works to keep lactobacillus, yeast, and vaginal flora in balance.” She recommends RepHresh Pro-B."
Scary Mommy - Jul 14, 2021 How To Keep Your Vag Healthy This Summer "Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, Clinical Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Yale University, tells Scary Mommy, “If you start smelling a ‘fishy’ odor (or even worse when patients complain of a ‘dead fishy’ odor) and you have a yellowish irritating discharge, you may be developing bacterial vaginosis.” This is often a sign that pH levels are off, but Dr. Minkin says there are over the counter options that can help. One is a vaginal gel called RepHresh that can be used to restore the good bacteria. Another option is to take a daily probiotic supplement or eat more foods high in probiotics such as yogurt, sauerkraut, cottage cheese or kombucha."
InStyle - Jul 02, 2021 Can I Have Sex With a UTI? "Dr. Minkin says you might also consider cranberry extract, as an active component of the fruit called A-type proanthocyanidins (PACs) could help keep bacteria from sticking to the walls of the bladder. She also encourages patients to be conscious of maintaining healthy vaginal flora, which you can do by taking a daily vaginal probiotic with Lactobacillus (like RepHresh Pro-B)."
INSIDER - Apr 20, 2021 Insider "If you suspect that the bacteria in your vagina is off-balance after sex or a period, Minkin said you can buy RepHresh, a vaginal gel that restores the vagina back to its healthy, acidic environment. You can also use RepHresh in the pill form, too."
PureWow - Mar 05, 2021 4 TikTok Trends Your Gynecologist Is *Not* Happy About "“Just because these vaginal suppositories are made with ‘all natural’ ingredients (which is nice if you are allergic to additives and preservatives), some people will still have irritation from it or even be allergic to the ingredients,” cautions Dr. Sophocles. And here’s another reason why you might want to skip this trend—your vagina isn’t supposed to taste or smell like fruit or flowers. “The vagina does have its own smell, and that doesn’t have to be a negative thing—it’s normal and natural as the vagina cleans itself,” says Dr. Sophocles. But if you are worried about the smell down there, you should see your doctor. “Strong odor coming from the vagina can be socially embarrassing and may indicate a pH imbalance. In that case, there are commercially available vaginal inserts which balance the pH that I recommend, such as RepHresh Gel which has been more rigorously vetted for quality and consistency and safety and is clinically backed.”"
MadameNoire - Aug 27, 2020 Come Up Out Of Those Wet Leggings: Protecting Your Vaginal Health During & After Your Workouts "What are some things women should generally avoid when it comes to vaginal health, whether you’re working out or not? We’re definitely against douching. OB/GYNs do not recommend douching at all. However, if they want to use an external wash like Vagisil that’s perfectly safe. RepHresh also makes a vaginal gel for vaginal order that women can use after workouts that is non-hormonal and safe."
Refinery29 - Jul 09, 2020 Can Coconut Oil Cure A Yeast Infection? "Dr Minkin says to opt for an over-the-counter anti-fungal medication, such as Monistat or Vagistat. If these don't work, you can head to your doctor for a stronger treatment. Once the yeast infection is gone, Dr Minkin often recommends RepHresh Vaginal Gel, a pH-balancing gel that can alleviate itch and prevent yeast infections in the future. "It will make the environment of the vagina more acidic, and hostile to bad bacteria and yeast," she says."
Refinery29 - Jul 02, 2020 The Uncomfortable Truth About Getting Sand In Your Vagina "If you notice irritation that doesn't clear up in a few days, you can try an over-the-counter drug such as Rephresh Pro-B Probiotic, Minkin says. But if you're really in pain, you suspect you have a UTI, or you continue to have issues for more than a week or two, it's worth a call to your OB/GYN."
BuzzFeed - May 22, 2020 It Used To Be Common For Women To Use Lysol To Clean Their Vagina And Here's Why "But what if you are having problems down there? "Odors can be caused by infections or an imbalance of 'good guy' and 'bad guy' bacteria," she said. "If a woman does note an odor or is feeling some irritation, she may be dealing with an imbalance of the organisms inhabiting her vagina. One thing that she can easily and safely do is to try to rebalance her vaginal pH. Using a gel — like RepHresh — will help acidify her vagina and make the environment more hostile to nastier bacteria.""
Scary Mommy - Apr 04, 2020 An OB/GYN Answers Our Most Common Concerns About Our Vaginas "However, she does go on to say, “That doesn’t mean that all feminine hygiene products are bad. There are gels and suppositories that actually help maintain a nice pH balance. RepHresh is one of them.” So yes, we can use products that help maintain the pH balance our bodies are naturally supposed to maintain. No, we shouldn’t try to make our hoo-has smell like gardenias."


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