Vaginal Dryness, also known as Vaginal Atrophy is more common than you might think. At least 17%  of women will experience vaginal or vulval dryness, and the numbers soar to as many as 90% for postmenopausal women . It can cause embarrassment, a sense of loss, and at times, extreme physical discomfort.
Vaginal dryness has many causes and can occur at any stage of life. No one should experience the uncomfortable (and sometimes debilitating) effects of vaginal dryness. For many of us, embarrassment is the barrier to finding relief. Others might be at a loss as to where to go for help or how to begin caring for their intimate health. Perhaps discussing vaginal dryness is one of our last taboos.
Similar to other conditions, the effects of vaginal dryness can have a significant impact on quality of life. Women often struggle with sex and intimacy as well as navigating day-to-day life with pain and discomfort.
The great news is there are very effective ways to treat vaginal dryness naturally, but your first point of call should always be your doctor or gynaecologist.