Side effects. People are also concerned about the possible side effects that this product could bring. Something that “seals” your vagina shut couldn’t possible be good for you, and according to one gynecologist, could also dry out your vagina completely and cause irritation.
Not safe. ”The labia minora (the smaller inner folds of the vagina) contain numerous glands, designed to secrete mucus to protect the labia from dryness and mechanical irritation. The urethra (from where women pass urine) lies between the labia minora. There is no evidence that the Mensez feminine lipstick is either safe or effective, and, if used, it may lead to dryness, irritation or infection of the vulva, vagina or urethra,” says Dr. Vanessa Mackay, as reported by Metro UK.
Questions. As is to be expected, many women have left comments full of questions and concerns on Dopps’ Facebook page since the announcement of Mensez. However in answering the questions, Dopps has only further proven that he is not only lacking the proper knowledge necessary to create an effective feminine hygiene product, but he also seems to think women are stupid when they’re on their periods.