Sweet Peach probiotics will target yeast infections and UTIs, not vaginal odour.

If you’ve ever suffered from yeast infections or UTIs, Sweet Peach could help you.

But if you’re hoping this probiotic will make your nether regions smell like ripe fruit, you’re out of luck, report the Huffington Post.

It was previously reported, by this outlet among many others including Inc., Business Insider, BuzzFeed and ValleyWag, that “Sweet Peach” was designed by two men — Austen Heinz and Gilad Gome — and would make a woman’s vagina smell like ripe fruit.

In reality, Sweet Peach is a personalized probiotic designed by 20-year-old student Audrey Hutchinson, that was created to help women manage UTIs and yeast infections. Heinz is a minority stakeholder in the Sweet Peach company, owning 10 percent.

Gome is not involved with Sweet Peach at all, but works on another personalized probiotic.

Heinz and Gome’s presentations at this week’s DEMO conference, along with Heinz’s subsequent interviews with various media outlets, including this one, caused confusion about the product’s purpose.

Hutchinson became interested in probiotics — orally-administered pills that introduce beneficial bacteria into the body — after her own recurring experiences with yeast infections and UTIs, caused by imbalances in bacteria. Hutchinson told HuffPost that most probiotics currently on the market offer “a one-size-fits-all” approach — something she says is often ineffective.

According to Hutchinson, Sweet Peach will provide women with kits allowing them to swab their vaginas at home, then mail the swab into a lab which will sequence the genomes of their vaginal bacteria.

Sweet Peach will then create a personalized probiotic — targeting UTIs and yeast infections — based on each woman’s swab. Women will be able to purchase a monthly regimen or a longer “subscription” based on their needs. More information will be available when the company launches their crowdfunding campaign this coming week.

“It’s nothing about scent,” Hutchinson told The Huffington Post in a phone interview.

Continue reading at the Huffington Post.

“A vagina should smell like a vagina, and anyone who doesn’t think that doesn’t deserve to be near one.”


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