Mia Vita Intimate Skin

Vaginal Products To Moisturize Your Intimate Skin

Get Relief From Vaginal Dryness, Itching & Burning With Our Products

√ No hormones
√ No leaks or mess

Could a vaginal moisturizer help you?

Many women experience vaginal dryness without having a name for it. They feel tightness, pain, burning, or itching and don’t know why. Our two-minute quiz can help determine if an intimate moisturizer is right for you.

“They’re excellent products. I think women will appreciate them because they’re mostly natural. They don’t cause side effects that make people uncomfortable, and they’re very user-friendly. Also, the on-the-go packaging options are very discrete and give women privacy.”

Dr. Shawana Moore
“Mia Vita™ Personal Lubricant & Moisturizer is recommended for use during penetration, whether that is intercourse, with toys, or a physical therapy dilator home program.”

Theresa Feola | Pelvic Rehabilitation Specialist
“FemmePharma is a progressive, women-run and women focused company with thoughtful products which present effective non-hormonal, non-prescription help for women’s intimate needs. The products work well and are easy to use.”

Dr. Maria Sophocles

FemmePharma Solutions

  • Mia Vita Gel

    Mia Vita Gel

    $49.00

    Our intimate skin moisturizer relieves painful vulvar and vaginal dryness, itching, and burning.

  • The Advance System

    The Advanced System

    $189.00

    For women with the most severe symptoms, The Advanced System is a daily care regimen for vaginal dryness inside and out.

  • Trial Pack

    Trial Pack

    $29.00

    Sample the moisturizing relief of all three of our innovative products: Mia Vita™ Gel, Mia Vita™ Swab, and Mia Vita™ Personal Lubricant & Moisturizer.

  • Mia Vita™ Swab

    $40.00

    Mia Vita™ Swab is a single-use applicator for on-the-go use of Mia Vita™ Gel.

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