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Menopause DRYNESS

Menopause is the permanent end of periods and fertility, that most often takes place to women in their late 40’s or early 50’s, but is also known to occur earlier or later.  The menopausal average age is 51 years old. Just about every woman is different and there is no clear way to predict when an woman will enter menopause. Women in the menopausal stage of their life, experience symptoms with varying degrees of severity.  Also not all perimenopausal (premenopause) and postmenopausal women will have the same symptoms or experience the same levels of severity.


Best Menopuase DRYNESS Lubricants for Relief

All women go through menopause and whether you sail through it easily or you experience hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, menopause dryness of the vagina and all the other symptoms associated with this stage of life, is all down to luck and genes. 

As the permanent end of periods and fertility, menopause usually takes place when a woman reaches her late 40s or early 50s. However, it can occur earlier or later or can be brought on by procedures such as hysterectomy. The average age to go through menopause is 51. 

Personal lubricants offer relief from the vaginal dryness associated with menopause

Just as there’s no way to accurately predict when menopause will occur, you can’t predict the severity of your symptoms. Some will experience few or no symptoms, while others will feel as though everything about their body (and mind) has changed. 

Along with hot flushes and night sweats, menopause dryness is one of the most common symptoms, but luckily is one of the easiest problems to treat with a specially formulated menopause lubricant. 

As the leading supplier of personal lubricants, Astroglide offer significant menopause relief for vaginal dryness with our range of lubricants. 

We’ve over 40 years of experience in developing lightweight, non-sticky, silky smooth lubricants that have no odour or taste and which feel exactly like your natural secretions. 

They’re the perfect way to add lubrication when needed, whether that’s to relieve daily itching or burning sensations, or to enhance your moisture levels to enable you to have better sex. 

The benefits of using a natural menopause lubricant

One of the main benefits of using an Astroglide natural menopause lubricant is that all our products, whether water or silicon based , are made from natural ingredients, without the added nasties you sometimes find in inferior lubricants. 

Our menopause lubricants are the perfect blend of naturally derived ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Vitamin C and E and soothing Chamomile Flower extracts and are free from parabens, alcohol, glycerine, fragrances, colouring and hormones. 

This means that our lubricants are formulated to be virtually indistinguishable from your own natural internal lubrication, plus they’re long-lasting, non-sticky and easy to wash away. 

Whether you’re experiencing itching or stinging around the vaginal opening and vulva or pain during sexual intercourse, our lubricants will make you feel a whole lot better. 

Choose your favourite from our extensive range of personal lubricants and vaginal moisturisers

Whether you prefer the popular water based Astroglide Naturally Derived personal lubricant, the Astroglide Sensitive Skin Ultra Gentle Gel personal lubricant or you experience greater relief with one of our silicone based personal lubricants is all down to the individual.  Customers tell is that the Astroglide Gel lubricants are the best personal lubricants for menopause dryness as they stay in place longer.  Some women with extreme menopause dryness prefer our silicone based lubricants.

The best way to find your particular favourite is to request our pack of free samples and try them for yourself. We guarantee that you’ll love the difference it can make to your sexual pleasure and to everyday relief of menopausal dryness symptoms. 

Insufficient lubrication makes sex not just uncomfortable but actively painful. And painful sex is common: According to data, an estimated 70 percent of women report having experienced it at one point or another. “Lube isn’t the solution for all sex pain, but it can help many situations,” says Christina Cerqueira.

Yet for the most part, women stay silent about pain or discomfort during sex, either out of embarrassment or fear of displeasing their partners. In a culture where female pleasure is often considered little more than an afterthought, this isn’t all that surprising — nor is it shocking that there would be stigma around a product that is largely intended to make sex more pleasurable and comfortable for women.


What are the best menopause lubricants?

Menopause is generally defined as the time when a woman has had no menstrual period for a 12 consecutive months .  Perimenopause is the transition phase to Menopause, which can start with some women in their mid 30’s to generally by early 40’s.

Every woman experiences different perimenopause and menopause differently.  Menopause can bring symptoms caused by fluctuating hormones, such as hot flushes, night sweats, tiredness, fatigue, vaginal dryness, aches and pains and change in sexual desire.  Sometimes these symptoms are hardly noticeable.  Sometimes they get in the way of your normal day to day life.

Menopause Relief Products

Here at Astroglide we can assist with vaginal dryness, which may in turn assist with your sexual desire and relationships.  We offer a range of personal lubricant products that have become the World’s best-selling extended range.  Use our over 40 years’ experience to your advantage combating menopause dryness with what we refer to as the best female lubricants and moisturisers for menopause symptoms.

So if you’re looking for a menopause treatment that will double as vaginal moisturiser and a menopause lubricant, you’ll find something suitable in our range of Astroglide products.

Most personal lubricant users will admit that they had to try out a few different formulas before they found the perfect one for them, so don’t be shy -- request some free Astroglide samples and start exploring your options. You might even find that you or your partner enjoy more than one formula for different reasons. That’s totally OK -- there’s no rule that says you can only own one bottle of lube. So go ahead: experiment, share, play and explore. Most of all, have fun!  If you still need help head on over to our lube selector and we will help you pick out the best formula for you.

Benefits of Using a Natural Menopause Lubricant

Our Naturally Derived product for example is water-based and available in 74ml bottles and 4ml sachets and wholly made from natural and organic derived ingredients. The perfect blend of naturally derived ingredients create a personal menopause lubricant that never gets sticky and long-lasting also acting as a vaginal moisturiser .   Like our Sensitive Skin Ultra Gentle Gel, that is also water based , both these lubricants are Glycerine free, Paraben Free, Alcohol Free , Fragrance Free and Colouring Free.  If you have extremely sensitive skin, we recommend you place a small drop on the inside of your forearm before applying to more delicate areas. The Sensitive Skin Gel is also Preservative Free.   Assists your wellness through confidence in relationships.

How to apply menopause dryness lubricant

When it comes to applying your lube, don’t overthink it -- it’s actually quite simple. Start by applying a pea-sized portion of lube to yourself, your partner or your sex toy of choice.

For extra control and to limit spillage, squeeze lube onto your fingertips first, then apply. With a little practice, you’ll be able to estimate pretty closely how much lube you need. Remember, you can always reapply!

Our water-based products are premium best menopause lubricants and will provide you with a smooth and non-sticky sensation that feels totally natural. There’s no reason for your sex life to take a dramatic decline after you’ve gone through life’s change when you can call into one of our many stockists Australiawide and get the product that you need.

Learn about Menopause Myths

Most women at various stages of their life will experience times when their bodies cannot produce enough natural lubrication and then experience menopausal dryness / vaginal dryness.  These reasons vary from women to women, but could include:

  • Pregnancy, child birth , breast feeding , menopause, stress and other life incidents and trauma.
  • Excessive exercise.
  • Various readily available remedies for runny noses and similar conditions.
  • Taking other various preparations.
  • Following many types of operations including hysterectomy.
  • Using tampons, marina’s and other vaginal inserts.
  • Following uncomfortable or painful sexual intercourse.
  • Using commonly available bath and shower soaps, shampoo, conditioner.
  • Some laundry products with dyes, perfumes, fabric softeners, anti-cling properties.

 Menopausal dryness vaginal dryness may be accompanied by signs and symptoms such as:

  • Itching or stinging around the vaginal opening, vulva and the lower part of the vagina.
  • Burning.
  • Soreness.
  • Chafing.
  • Pain or light bleeding with sexual intercourse.
  • Urinary frequency or urgency.
  • Arousal difficulties.
  • Sweating, especially at night.
  • Hot flushes.
  • Fatigue.
  • Memory problems.
  • Unwanted hair growth.
  • Other recurrent  issues .

Life changes are never easy, especially as we get older.  Although menopause symptoms like sleep problems, night sweats, mood swings and weight gain, make it seem like a difficult time in a woman's life, there are many actions you can take to help you through this normal life transition.  See your Healthcare Professional for advice that suits your particular health circumstances.

We often get asked what is the best Astroglide Personal Lubricant for menopause dryness.  The answer is that they are all suitable as they are also vaginal moisturisers, not just Personal Lubricants.    It just comes down to personal preference.   Some women prefer a Gel Lubricant as it stays in place longer than a Liquid Lubricant.  Some prefer Water Based and some prefer Silicone Based, as the latter lasts longest.  We have Gel and Liquid varieties in Water Based and Silicone Based.    Plus we also have a Certified Organic Personal Lubricant.    Astroglide is the only manufacturer with a complete Water Based Gel and Liquid, Silicone Based Gel and Liquid and Certified Organic range for women with vaginal dryness.    That is why we are the number 1 brand globally.  We have a lube selector tool on our US website.    You can buy online from our Australian website, just click here 


Vaginal dryness regardless of the cause is normal and that is were Astroglide water based Personal Lubricants can help - as they are personal lubricants and vaginal moisturisers .  We have an extensive range to choose from, including the popular water based Astroglide Naturally Derived Personal Lubricant, Astroglide Sensitive Skin Ultra Gentle Gel Personal Lubricant as well as other variants. Astroglide Naturally Derived is made wholly with natural derived and organic ingredients.  Free samples are available. As Astroglide Personal Lubricants are personal lubricants and vaginal moisturisers , they are ideal and the best vaginal lubricants for menopause and vaginal dryness. They are never sticky.


Astroglide Personal Menopause Lubricant is designed to mimic natural vaginal secretions, so many women can apply it discretely and their partners would not even know.  Additionally, it can be applied during intimacy as and when required.   All of the  Astroglide range  is pH stable, meaning that it similar to a normal vagina, so as to not alter the balance. 


One of the key benefits of Astroglide Personal Lubricant is that you only need a few drops to achieve lubrication and moisturisation , so the bottle or tube lasts a lot longer.  You can vary the use to suit your own circumstances.


A diet high in soybeans can help alleviate vaginal dryness. Soybeans contains isoflavones, which are plant estrogens that produce effects in a milder form.  Another really good way to maintain vaginal elasticity and lubrication is regular sexual intercourse. Now you can tell your partner it was recommended!  As common as it is, vaginal dryness is not a problem to be ignored and there are many options for treatment.  Find one that works for you and enjoy life.


More information and assistance is available on this respected Australian website



Signs You've Started Menopause

Menopause doesn’t happen overnight. The transitionary period before a woman stops having her period all together , called perimenopause, can last for a few months or for as long as four years. If you’re approaching the age when most women go through menopause (usually around 45), you may be wondering how to know when your body has begun the transition. Knowing the signs of menopause will help you take some of the uncertainty out of your own journey and will help you do what’s best for you and your body. Here’s what to look out for:


Hot Flushes

Characterised by sudden and intense feelings of being too hot, hot flushes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause. While hot flushes can be annoying, most women find that they can manage the symptoms by dressing in layers, sipping ice water, and keeping a few ice packs on hand to help cool things down.


Irregular Periods

A woman is considered to be officially in menopause after going one year without having a period. However, for most women, this process happens gradually over time. One of the most obvious early signs of menopause is experiencing irregular periods. Your fluctuating hormone levels could cause your periods to be significantly lighter or heavier than usual and the timing is likely to be off of your regular cycle.


Vaginal Dryness

This common symptom of menopause can cause vulvar irritation or discomfort and pain during sexual intercourse. The good news is that, for most women, a quality lube is all they need to start feeling like themselves again. We can even send you a free sample so you can see the difference for yourself.


Other Early Signs of Menopause

Symptoms of Menopause

While the above signs of menopause are some of the most common, there are several other symptoms that women may experience, including:

  • Trouble sleeping
  • Breast tenderness
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Urine Leakage and/or increased urgency
  • Mood Swings
  • Fatigue

The symptoms of menopause can be annoying, but if you talk to your Doctor, you can work out a plan to manage your symptoms.


3 Menopause Myths You Should Stop Believing

Let’s face it: the prospect of going through menopause can be intimidating. For women who have spent their adult lives boldly managing their families and/or careers, the idea of not being in control of their own bodies can be uncomfortable.

Menopause Myths You Should Stop Believing Image

Despite the fact that around half the people on this planet will go through menopause, there are still a lot of menopause myths flying around that can make this time of transition even more daunting. We set out to debunk three of the most common menopause myths, so that you can be better prepared without the anxiety that can come with a changing body.


Menopause Weight Gain

1). Menopause Myth: Most women gain a lot of weight after menopause.

Fact: A recent study conducted by the International Menopause Society showed that although the hormonal changes associated with menopause can cause women to carry more weight in their abdomen, actual weight gain was influenced by non-hormonal factors like diet and exercise. So while you might not be able to control where your fat is distributed, you still have control over whether you gain that weight in the first place. If you’re concerned about weight gain or looking to adopt a healthier lifestyle, talk to you doctor to create a plan that works for you.

Love after menopause

2). Menopause Myth: Women lose interest in sex after menopause.

Fact: While it’s true that some women may experience a decreased libido after menopause, many women find their postmenopausal sex life to be more fulfilling than ever. If your desire is normal, but vaginal dryness is holding you back, using a personal lubricant like Astroglide Gel can help sex feel comfortable again. (Want to see if Astroglide will work for you? Request a free sample!)

If you are concerned about your sex drive, talk to your doctor to explore your options and to rule out more serious conditions. No matter what, don’t assume that menopause means the end of your sex life. You deserve to be getting it on well into your golden years.

Sex after menopause

3). Menopause Myth: Unpleasant symptoms associated with menopause are inevitable.

Fact: Menopause affects every woman differently. While some women do experience the classic symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, mood changes and vaginal dryness, other women move through this transition with little to no unpleasant symptoms. So if menopause is on the horizon for you, don’t assume the worst. Educating yourself and being proactive in addressing your symptoms as they appear is the best way to prepare yourself for this new chapter in your life.


Just because menopause might change your body doesn’t mean that you have to change who you are. If you find yourself feeling different during or after menopause, don’t be afraid to talk to your doctor -- there might be some way that they’ll be able to help.

More Menopause Information at Jean Hailes Foundation


How sex can affect the timing of menopause

Jill Margo
Jill Margo  Health Editor

The age at which women hit menopause may be affected by how frequently they are having sex in the years that lead up to it, according to a large study of multicultural American women.

The study found women who reportedly had sex every week, were 28 per cent less likely to be menopausal than those who had sex less than once a month.

It is often observed that married women have a later age of natural menopause than unmarried women. Supplied

Menopause is defined as a woman’s final menstrual period. For most women, this usually happens between the ages of 45 and 60. In Australia, the average age is 51.

The study’s authors, both anthropologists, looked at the variation in timing of menopause from the perspective of evolutionary biology.

They postulated that when women have little or infrequent sex in the approach to menopause, their bodies do not receive cues of a possible pregnancy.

As a result, their bodies are likely to stop investing energy into ovulation so that it can be diverted elsewhere, such as helping to look after their children or grandchildren.

The idea that women cease fertility in order to invest in kin is known as the Grandmother Hypothesis. It reduces reproductive conflict between generations and allows older women to increase their inclusiveness through investing in grandchildren.

To test their theory of sexual frequency and menopause, the authors examined data from 3000 African American, Caucasian, Chinese American, Hispanic and Japanese American women.

The participants were part of the greater “Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation” which is designed to examine the health of women during their middle years. This part of it has just been published in the journal, Royal Society Open Science.

The authors say it is a costly process for a woman to produce an egg. It’s costly in terms of energy and its impairing effect on the immune system.

As a result, it may not make adaptive sense for the body to invest resources into continued ovulation when there is a paucity of sex.

Conversely, if the woman is still engaging in regular sex, it may be adaptive for her to continue ovulating for slightly longer if the chances of her becoming pregnant are still high.

The authors, Megan Arnot and Ruth Mace are both from University College London. Mace also has a position at Lanzhou University, in Gansu Province, China.

They say while causation cannot be conclusively inferred from the study, their results are an initial demonstration that increased sexual frequency during the pre- and peri-menopause decreases the risk of experiencing menopause.

The two women also tested another hypothesis.

It is often observed that married women have a later age of natural menopause than unmarried women. There is no accepted explanation for this but one existing hypothesis holds that exposure to male pheromones delays menopause.

Pheromones are chemicals released by one animal to induce activity, such as sexual arousal, in another animal.

This theory grew out of the idea that as a result of being married and living closely with a man, a woman’s menstrual periods were likely to be more regular.

The authors were the first to formally test this pheromone hypothesis and they found no evidence for it. They preferred their original theory of adaptive energy.

But there is another potential factor in all this too. As women approach menopause, their oestrogen levels decline and they are more likely to experience vaginal dryness and discomfort during sex.

This might make them less inclined to engage in sex which, if the theory is correct, could accelerate menopause.

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