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Decoding the vaginal microbiome has been one major breakthrough, with at-home vaginal microbiome test companies such as Juno Bio and the recently launched and buzzed-about Evvy leading the charge. Evvy is the first to harness the power of metagenomic sequencing in vaginal health testing with a process that is simple and painless and takes less than 30 seconds to complete. A swab is inserted one to two inches into the vagina, then packaged and sent to the company’s lab via prepaid mail. Once all the bacteria and fungi present in the microbiome have been identified, Evvy can help individuals understand their levels of protective versus disruptive bacteria and how those microbes are associated with vaginal infections such as bacterial vaginosis—a type of vaginal inflammation caused by the overgrowth of bacteria naturally found in the vagina—as well as broader challenges like infertility, preterm birth, STI acquisition, and more. “Bacterial vaginosis is the most common infection in the vagina and also the most poorly understood—both in terms of women and people with vaginas understanding what’s happening to them and why, and in terms of the research available on how to diagnose and treat it,” explains Priyanka Jain, CEO of Evvy, who alongside co-founder Laine Bruzek hopes to give people with vaginas access to data-driven insights on their own bodies, while doing the research to improve diagnoses and treatments for conditions in the female body. And with more than 30 percent of people with vaginas suffering from imbalances in the vaginal microbiome—like bacterial vaginosis and UTIs, which occur when bacteria enter the urethra and infect the urinary tract (half of women will have at least one UTI at some point in life)—there’s a vital need. “It’s a powerful tool because it enables us to look at the entire microbial community through metagenomics and decipher how the overall composition might be affecting symptoms and infections, as well as determine the best treatment pathway,” explains Dr. Oluwatosin Goje, ob-gyn, reproductive infectious disease specialist at Cleveland Clinic, who is among Evvy’s top advisers. “Understanding the complete vaginal microbiome allows us to be good antibiotic stewards and only administer antibiotics when needed. Patients can also retest remotely to understand how antibiotics and other treatments impacted their vaginal microbiome.” Targeting treatment around infections like bacterial vaginosis, Jain and Bruzek want to drive home that vaginal health is not just related to reproductive health, but also to women’s quality of life and potential future health challenges. “We want to see further research, investment, and focus on these areas in addition to fertility and pregnancy,” says Jain.Jamie Norwood and Cynthia Plotch, co-founders of Stix, a Philadelphia-based health care company, are on a similar mission. When they launched in 2019, they were focused on conception, offering pregnancy and ovulation tests, but have since expanded to UTI and yeast infection treatments. “We know that getting answers and relief for UTIs and yeast infections is an experience riddled with anxiety, confusion, and extreme pain,” explains Norwood. “The products are extremely dated, and the few resources available can leave you with more questions than answers.” Their range of products, which includes a three-day yeast infection treatment and UTI tests, pH-balanced wipes, and pain relief capsules, is designed to make detecting, relieving, treating, and preventing UTIs and yeast infections as easy as humanly possible. “You can test, relieve, treat, and help prevent future infections—all from the comfort of your own home,” says Norwood, emphasizing that this is the kind of experience that consumers are demanding in today’s ever-growing direct-to-consumer landscape. “Agonizing over confusing over-the-counter products in the drugstore aisles or bending over backwards to pick up a prescription at the pharmacy just isn’t cutting it for millennial and Gen Z consumers.” To this end, telemedicine—especially amid the global pandemic—has been beneficial for dealing with sensitive and stressful vaginal health concerns. One of the leading companies for people with vaginas is Wisp, an online sexual health care company that helps treat common issues like BV, yeast infections, and STIs, with online doctor’s consultations and prescriptions. “These conditions are extremely common and can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life and chance at happiness—especially among young people,” explains Dr. Laura Purdy, M.D., and Wisp medical director. “If you aren’t taught to practice safe sex or how to talk about sex, how are you expected to share openly with a new doctor? The stigma around sex means these conditions are often overlooked and undertreated.” With the rise of telehealth, Purdy hopes vaginal health can be positioned more in the mainstream. “I mean, 22 million people are affected by bacterial vaginosis a year,” she explains. “Sexual health is universal and not something to be ashamed of.”
More and more, social media is proving to be an invaluable tool in shedding harmful stigmas. A new company encompassing the social-media-forward attitude is Cheeky Bonsai, with a range of all-natural over-the-counter products to treat UTIs, including a supplement, pain relief treatment, and test strips. For co-founders Elise Johnson and Catherine Nguyen, who met as undergrads at Stanford, the dialogue Cheeky Bonsai stokes is just as important as the care it provides—especially among the next generation. The brand’s platform of choice? TikTok. “Dealing with a UTI or any women’s health taboo can be a lonely affair, rife with misinformation,” says Johnson. “It’s hard to know what you can actually trust, and WebMD is boring and unrelatable. With hashtags like #VagTok trending, we started to think about how we could reimagine sex ed for the next generation on TikTok.” Since the brand began two months ago, it has racked up over 59 million views with videos that bust UTI myths and help decipher the difference between a UTI and a yeast infection. “Being discreet isn’t very Gen Z,” says Johnson. “The vaginal health market is leaving behind the euphemisms and replacing them with unapologetic and open conversations. Gen Z is going to understand their bodies and health better than any generation.”
All the work of Rodrigo’s go-to hairstylist Clayton Hawkins, the hair in “Brutal“ melded perfectly with the video’s artful digital masks. The result was a lesson in range, augmented reality, and referential beauty—and it’s a complete visual treat. For far too long, the vaginal health space has left much—make that everything—to be desired. From drugstore “feminine hygiene” products that flagrantly feed into a culture of shame to the historical lack of research on the female body that’s left gaping holes in education and proper treatment, people with vaginas have paid a steep price for the taboos brought on by society’s patriarchal oppression. But what’s promising is the seismic shift that’s taking place both among health startups, which are breaking new ground in convenient and accessible vaginal health care, and on social media, where raw and unfiltered conversations around all things vagina are helping to educate. In tandem, these two forces are forging a new future where vagina isn’t a dirty word, vaginal infections are nothing to be ashamed of, and consumer-friendly at-home tests and treatments are more attainable than ever.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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