Pure natural products are must-haves, not nice-to-haves, for women over 35.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
Working with kathy ireland® Health & Wellness, Damiva is expanding nationally into Cardinal Health’s consumer health division serving thousands of independent pharmacies. Damiva’s product line of 100% natural feminine hygiene products are now available in all Cardinal distribution centers across the U.S. in addition to select Target and CVS drugstores.
Women in need of new natural products for vaginal dryness can now buy the pioneering Damiva product line at independent and specialized hospital, gynecology, oncology and other clinic pharmacies across America.
Mae by Damiva, the vaginal suppository, is formulated for long-term vaginal health. Cleo by Damiva is a labial skin moisturizer that complements Mae. Both products are designed for feminine dryness associated with birth control, childbirth, hysterectomy, cancer and menopause.
“All of us at kathy ireland® Worldwide and Level Brands congratulate Chia Chia and Damiva on this incredible launch,” says Kathy Ireland, Chair, CEO and Chief Designer of kathy ireland® Worldwide, and Chairman Emeritus and Chief Brand Strategist of Level Brands. “This important expansion into Cardinal Health is an important step in fulfilling one of our Millennial Development Goals — a fierce and fearless commitment to change the landscape for women’s health. We salute Cardinal Health for helping us achieve this goal, and for joining us in disrupting the women’s product industry by making these natural and groundbreaking women’s health products available to their customers.”
Chia Chia Sun, CEO, says, “We’re extremely grateful to Cardinal Health and our buyer, Joseph Rudy, for recognizing the innovation behind Damiva’s products and their importance to women of all ages. Working with kathy ireland® Worldwide and Level Brands on the Millennial Development goal of dramatically changing the landscape of women’s health is a game changer for women and for Damiva.”
Damiva products are sold on the feminine hygiene shelf in drugstores and are recommended by physicians, pelvic health experts, and oncologists…