AHSoka, a lingerie company, sells pussy cream, vagina cream, and tampons at Walmart
AHSokai, a company that makes vagina cream and vagina cream for tampons, is selling pussy cream and vaginal cream at Walmart.
AHSoko announced the sale of vagina cream on its Facebook page, saying that it was for women “who are seeking relief from vaginal dryness, irritation, pain and discomfort caused by vaginal dry patches, vulvar inflammation, irritation to the vagina, or vaginal itching, and other vaginal symptoms.”
The product is labeled as “100% natural vaginal lubricant” and comes in a variety of colors and shapes.
The company said that customers can purchase the products from its website and at Walmart stores.
The products were available for $5.99 per tube and $3.99 for a pack of 12 tubes.
Walmart confirmed the sale to CoinDesk and said that the product is still available for purchase online.
The sale comes at a time when Walmart has faced increasing criticism over the use of tampons and menstrual pads by women.
In March, Walmart suspended sales of tampon pads at its locations nationwide after complaints that some stores were using pads instead of tamponic pads.
In September, Walmart said that it will be testing the vagina-firming product on its retail stores.
Walmart has been criticized for selling tampons that are made with materials that can irritate the lining of the vagina and cause vaginal itching.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and American College Women’s Health (ACWHS) both have raised concerns about vaginal itching after seeing the vaginal lubricants.
In February, Walmart began requiring customers to obtain a prescription for vaginal lubrication, and it announced that it would discontinue vaginal lubricators from August 1.
Walmart’s vagina-care policy has sparked backlash from women and advocates who have complained that the tampon and menstrual products aren’t hygienic.
“AHSoka’s products are not designed to provide women with the healthiest, most natural vaginal environment possible.
They are not made with the highest quality ingredients to help prevent vaginal irritation,” the company said in a statement.
“Women should use a tampon or menstrual pad when they are menstruating to prevent vaginal itching.”
Walmart has yet to respond to CoinReport’s request for comment.
A spokesperson for Walmart told CoinDesk that it does not comment on sales, and that it is working to educate its employees on the vaginal hygiene issue.