GYNrepair® App Reminds Women to Reapply, Helps Monitor Discomfort Relief and Assists in Re-Ordering Process
Specially designed to be applied to the external intimate mucosa, GYNrepair® cream soothes the sensation of discomfort, twinges and dryness. GYNrepair® contains the proprietary Cell Free Protein Complex (CFPC®), rich in various proteins including collagen and fibronectin. It does not contain perfume.
It has recently been launched in the European Union and can be ordered via our Repair-A website at www.repair-a.com, a subsidiary of Elanix.
The app* allows women to easily monitor their external intimate zone discomfort, by logging and tracking daily feelings of, amongst others, discomfort, twinges and dryness, which also assists in discussions with their doctor.
Alerts can be set so that each day users are reminded to apply the cream and to identify on scaleof 1-10, the level of their intimate discomfort.
These alerts can help women to benefit continuously from the soothing properties of GYNrepair® cream and to fit application times into their daily schedules. As each application has a recommended volume, the app automatically estimates when a refill is needed and offers one click to the website where it can be re-ordered.
The app is available in English, French and German and can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play Store.
“Smartphone apps are revolutionizing delivery of healthcare, particularly in the field of adherence. Our user-friendly app will help women schedule recommended application of GYNrepair® cream into their busy lives. Elanix will continue to explore how additional features on the app can provide benefits to our customers,” stated Tomas Svoboda, CEO of Elanix Biotechnologies. “We have developed the app to support the commercialexpansion of GYNrepair® cream and to provide an easy to use, direct interface to our customers. This interaction with our customers, we believe, will help drive commercial success for the product.”
*Disclaimer – The app does not store personal data and is not intended for diagnostic purposes.
About Women’s Intimate Health
Approximately 10-15% of all women seeking gynaecological help suffer from intimate discomfort, twinges and dryness that result from several conditions, including vestibulodynia, vulvodynia, pudendal nerve entrapment and persistent genital arousal disorder. Recommended treatment varies considerably from medications and creams to physical therapy, stress
management and holistic approaches.