I asked my doctor whether he could recommend me to use NeuEve, but he wants to know what secret ingredients in your proprietary blend are before he can give recommendation. So, could you tell me what ingredients are in your proprietary blend?
As NeuEve is new to the market, most doctors do not know about it. Therefore, they cannot recommend something that they are not familiar with.
The good news is that vaginal dryness is not a "disease,” so it does not need a "drug" to treat it. It is a discomfort that you can find relief by yourself. For example, when you have dry lips you can use a ChapStick to find relief. You do not need to ask a doctor’s approval for using a ChapStick. Nor do you need to know how the ChapStick is made and if it has a proprietary ingredient.
A “proprietary blend” means a trade secret or a secret recipe. Nearly all restaurants and bakeries have their secret recipes. NeuEve is an innovative technology that can help reverse vaginal atrophy without hormones and can clear BV without using antibiotics or antiseptics. It works by nutritional supplements. This novel breakthrough technology is based on a composition of nutrients, which is the trade secret of the product. Trade secret is one type of intellectual property protected by US Federal Law. The FDA allows the term of "proprietary blend" to be used in the ingredient list.
The proprietary blend in NeuEve is a group of nutrients like vitamins and minerals in trace amounts to promote the rejuvenation of the atrophied vaginal lining skin and elimination of germs that cause BV infection. It is like nutrient serum used to put on the face to smooth wrinkles (skin atrophy). All ingredients are natural, organic, and non-GMO. No harmful preservatives are used.
Trade secret is a common thing in all types of businesses. Let us use pizza as an example. A pizza may include at least five common ingredients: pizza dough, tomato sauce, sausages, pepperoni, and cheese, all have their own secrete recipes. Have you ever eaten pizza? If you have, you have consumed a product without knowing at least five trade secrets.
Other common products involving trade secrets include ice creams, chocolates, soft dinks, wines, beers, cakes, and pies. Nearly all processed foods and drinks sold on the market, even table condiments like Ketchup, have their trade secrets. Since we are surrounded by these products, we may not think about that these common things also are made with secret recipes.