Product Review: Revaree

November 27, 2020.

Revaree is a product that provides effective hormone-free relief from vaginal dryness.

These vaginal suppositories are applied at night and work for 2-3 days.

The key ingredient in Revaree is hyaluronic acid, which provides powerful hydration and renewal of the vaginal tissues. Here is an in-depth product review of Revaree by Bonafide.  

Why are vaginal moisturizers necessary?

Menopause is identified when a woman has been period-free for at least 12 months. As your body transitions through the menopause stages, your estrogen levels begin to fall. Low estrogen levels cause several changes in your body, including changes to the vagina. Estrogen is responsible for making the vaginal walls healthy, elastic, and moist. Also, it ensures plenty of blood circulates throughout those tissues. Consequently, low estrogen levels cause the vaginal tissues to become thin, dry and easily irritated.

Women with vaginal dryness can experience:

  • Burning
  • Stinging
  • General discomfort
  • Pain with intercourse
  • Light bleeding following intercourse
  • Increased risk for vaginal infections and urinary tract infections

Vaginal moisturizers can help diminish these symptoms, making you feel more comfortable and making intimacy more enjoyable.


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Revaree Ingredients

The main hydrating ingredient in Revaree is hyaluronic acid. We naturally have hyaluronic acid in our bodies. Essentially, these molecules attract and retain moisture in the vaginal lining. Aside from hyaluronic acid sodium salt, Revaree vaginal suppositories are also made with a mixture of semi-synthetic glycerides, which gives the suppository its shape and structure. 

Studies indicate that hyaluronic acid retains a significant amount of moisture, which helps heal thin, dry vaginal skin. For example, in a smaller study, a group of menopausal women was assigned either conjugated estrogen or hyaluronic acid vaginal cream.

These results indicated that while both products provided significant relief, hyaluronic acid was more effective and is a good option for women who do not wish to take hormones.

How to use Revaree

Revaree is easy-to-use, and most women use it every three days. Boxes contain ten suppositories, so each package provides a one-month supply. Additionally, Revaree should be used at bedtime, so the suppository stays in place as long as possible, and leakage from the suppository is minimal.

  • To use, you tear off the individually-packaged suppository and open it along the pre-cut line.
  • Holding the insert between two fingers, you place it inside the vagina.
  • Finally, find a comfortable positive to gently push the insert as far as it will comfortably go.
  • Some women find this is easiest to do if they are laying down with their knees bent. 

Revaree Reviews

The Revaree website has the most reviews on this product because Revaree is mostly sold through the Bonafide website. The majority of reviews are very positive. For example, women find their dryness improves remarkably with use, and their other related symptoms (like pain with intercourse) resolves after consistent use. A quick glance at Amazon reviews shows that there are very few reviews there, but most are positive.

Negative reviews mostly say that the product is too expensive for consistent use. For example, a one-month supply as a one-time purchase costs $55 on the Bonafide website. On Amazon, the product is more expensive. Other negative reviews suggest that the product does not work. However, very few women are saying this.

Revaree Where to Buy It

The Bonafide website is the cheapest and likely the most convenient place to buy Revaree. You can buy it as a one-time purchase, or you can subscribe and save on your subscription. The subscription option delivers a one-month supply to your house for $40 ( as opposed to $55 for a one-time purchase) and includes free shipping. You can cancel the subscription anytime. 

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If you have additional questions about Revaree and other vaginal moisturizing products, talk with your doctor about what they recommend for you. Dryness  impacts your quality of life and increases your risk for infections and even incontinence.

And unfortunately, it does not go away with time. Learning how to manage vaginal dryness early on can make your menopausal and postmenopausal years much more enjoyable. 

Disclaimer: This is not medical advice, does not take the place of medical advice from your physician, and is not intended to treat or cure any disease. Patients should see a qualified medical provider for assessment and treatment.

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Julia Walker
perry expert Julia (RN, BSN, BA) is a registered nurse based in Colorado. Julia's nursing background in women’s health has ranged from neonatal and postpartum care to labor and delivery, to outpatient gynecological medicine for both adolescent and adult populations. She specializes in helping women optimize their health during perimenopause and beyond.

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