I kind of get you, but you're taking this a little too personally. Products wouldn't sell as well if they didn't do this... most biological females who buy or use these products identify as women. Most. That's the majority of the customer base for the product. Feminine packaging and referring to the customer as a woman makes sense. The majority of the people who buy it are buying as women or for women. It's not like they're saying "not for vagina beholding persons who identify as men". It's biologically correct for most intended consumers... that's as close as they can get. They have no real obligation to put anything on the box, but they do because it helps it sell.
That's like getting mad over boxer shorts having men on the packet, being labelled "men's boxer shorts" and being in the men's part of the store.
None of these products say "not for ____" or "___ only". They're just tailored toward the majority of buyers.
Does anyone stop you from buying them? no, because it's perfectly normal for you to.
I personally couldn't give two shits about what a company calls their product, or who they say it's for.
If it's affordable and I want it, I'll buy it. Fuck who it's "for", I'm buying it for me.