Cleo Labial Moisturizing Cream (30 ml/1 oz) is a 100% natural body-friendly moisturizer for women. Labial skin dryness can be caused by many common life events, including after childbirth, hysterectomy, cancer, menopause and peri-menopause. Cleo is optimized to a pH of 4.7. It’s the first and only product designed to moisturize in that oh-so-delicate area, and make you smile again.
Cleo Labial Moisturizing Cream is designed specifically for long-term usage.
- 100% Natural
- Designed for long-term use
- Supports optimal vaginal pH
- Provides moisture for that oh-so-delicate area
- Not tested on animals
- Made in Canada
- The only all natural labial moisturizer
- No steroids or hormones
Using the applicator, apply Cleo onto clean fingertips. Using your fingers, apply onto the vulvar and labial regions as needed. Store in cool place, do not use with latex condoms.
Most women use Cleo Labial Moisturizing Cream every 1 to 3 days or on an as needed basis.
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter Oil, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Garcinia Indica (Kokum) Seed Butter, Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Oil, Hippophae rhamnoides (Sea Buckthorn) Powder Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate.
Does Cleo have any preservatives?
No, Cleo does not have any chemical preservatives. Vitamin E is added instead of harsh chemicals such as parabens.
Does Cleo have any hormones?
Cleo does not contain any hormones.
Is Cleo a lubricant?
Cleo is a labial skin moisturizer and not a traditional lubricant.
Who gets labial skin dryness?
Although loss of labial skin moisture is most common among women who are menopausal (i.e. have not had a period for 12 months), it can affect younger women. Labial skin dryness occurs due to hormonal changes after menstruation, postpartum, during breast feeding or during peri-menopause (typically ages 40 to 50) or as a side-effect of taking certain medications, such as oral contraceptives, antidepressants, and antihistamines.
Is Cleo safe to use with condoms?
Cleo is not designed to be a lubricant.