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    Revaree® provides powerful, hormone-free relief from vaginal dryness, with an easy-to-use insert that renews your body’s moisture for everyday comfort and intercourse.

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    Revaree is a vaginal insert made with hyaluronic acid to provide relief from vaginal dryness. Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally within the body, and each molecule attracts and retains up to 1,000 times its weight in water. Consistent use of hyaluronic acid improves the skin’s ability to retain water, increasing tissue strength and elasticity.

    How to use

    Revaree is a vaginal insert that should be used once every two to three days.

    Quality & safety

    In a clinical study¹, many women began to see relief from vaginal dryness within nine days of treatment with hyaluronic acid, the main ingredient in Revaree. Most experience relief by 30 days. Women also experience relief from itching, burning, and painful sex.

    What to expect

    At Bonafide, we are committed to ensuring our products are both safe and effective. All of our products are free of hormones, parabens, soy, gluten, GMOs, and common allergens.

    Every product is clinically tested and scientifically validated. Together with our FDA-registered, GMP† manufacturing facility, we rigorously test our products for consistency, quality, purity, and potency.

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      Made for your comfort

      The relief you need for everyday intimacy. Just follow these steps and you can see continued improvement in as soon as 9 days.1

      • With your finger, place insert like you would a tampon at night. Let dissolve.

      • Use every 2-3 days for continued relief and best results.

      • Found naturally in the body, hyaluronic acid attracts and retains up to 1,000 times its weight in moisture, healing thinning and damaged skin. 2 3

      • Continue use every week. By week 4, Revaree is shown to relieve dryness and painful intercourse.1

      About Revaree

      Revaree is a non-hormonal, easy-to-use vaginal insert that provides relief from vaginal dryness so that you can feel comfortable during intimacy.

      Hyaluronic acid

      • Found naturally in the body
      • Safe and highly effective for soothing vaginal dryness and associated irritation
      • Hydrates and moisturizes vaginal tissue

      What’s in Revaree

      Product Details

      Per Use: 1 Suppository
      Suppositories Per Container:
      10 vaginal suppositories of 2g each.

      Each vaginal suppository contains:
      hyaluronic acid sodium salt 5mg
      Semi-synthetic glycerides

      Suggested use:
      every 2-3 days for continued relief

      Naturally powerful, scientifically validated

      The proof is in the numbers. Bonafide rigorously researches and tests the safety and efficacy of our products.

      Results based on Revaree’s main ingredient, Hyaluronic Acid.

      ¹ Chen J, et al. J Sex Med. 2013;10:1575-1584.

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      Frequently asked questions about Revaree

      What is Revaree?

      Revaree is a non-hormonal easy-to-use vaginal insert that provides relief from vaginal dryness so that you can feel comfortable during intimacy.

      How does Revaree work?

      Revaree is made of hyaluronic acid, a molecule that is naturally produced throughout the body and plays a significant role in cell hydration and healing. In the case of vaginal dryness, Revaree works by attracting and retaining moisture in the vaginal lining, creating a healing environment that repairs and restores thinning and damaged tissue for lasting, hormone-free relief.

      How do I use Revaree?

      Here are some helpful hints so you can get the most out of your treatment with Revaree.

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        1 — At bedtime, remove the vaginal insert from its packaging by pulling on the two pre-cut flyers of the plastic strip.

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        2 — Hold the insert between your thumb and forefinger and place it into the vagina.

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        3 — Assume a comfortable position — lying on your back with your knees bent is recommended.

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        4 — Using your finger, gently push the insert as far as it will comfortably go and lay down as soon as possible, to keep leakage to a minimum.

      Does Revaree have any side effects?

      In clinical studies, no serious adverse events were reported. Revaree is cleared by the FDA as a Class II Medical Device and more than one million women across 40 countries have safely used a version of its formulation. If you have specific concerns, you should speak with your doctor or healthcare practitioner.

      What causes vaginal dryness?

      Lower estrogen levels that occur during menopause change the vagina on a cellular level. Less estrogen means less blood flow; transforming the typical lush, elastic vaginal tissue into something thinner, more delicate and less lubricated. In fact, this occurs to some degree in other instances too; during lactation, while taking birth control pills and other medications, as well as in smokers.

      Are Bonafide products covered by health insurance? By Medicare/Medicaid?

      At this time, our products are not covered by traditional insurance. That said, some healthcare HSA or FSA cards cover part or all of the cost of certain Bonafide products, so we recommend reaching out to your HSA/FSA provider to confirm if you can use your HSA or FSA funds.

      Once you’ve confirmed that your HSA or FSA does cover Bonafide products, you should be able to place an order for any of our products; we’ve taken all of the necessary steps on our end to ensure you can access the proof of payment needed to file a reimbursement claim. We also recommend consulting your provider to determine what documentation is required to have your claim approved, as many providers require a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) in addition to a receipt.

      What's the best way to place my FSA or HSA order?

      First, double-check the balance on your FSA or HSA account and that your plan covers Bonafide products. You can place an order online, using your FSA or HSA card (as you would any other credit card), or by calling our Customer Care Team for assistance at 1-833-266-2343, Monday to Friday 9AM - 6PM ET.

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      Customer Reviews

      Reviews represent individual experiences and may not reflect clinical results. Individual results may vary. Revaree is a personal lubricant for vaginal application, intended to moisturize and lubricate to supplement the body's natural lubrication.

      *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

      • Results based on Revaree’s main ingredient, Hyaluronic Acid.
      • ¹ Chen J, et al. J Sex Med. 2013;10:1575-1584.
      • ² Shuai-Bin, Lui, et al. Gynecological Endocrinology. 2014.10:31:3, 208-213. Preclinical study.
      • ³ John H and Price R. Patient Preference and Adherence. 2009,3:225-230.