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Dr. Barb is finding that she's recommending the Fiera to a patient at least once a week; read this blog post to understand why. Designed for "before-play," the Fiera® Arouser is a wearable product that gets you ready for a more pleasurable intimate experience. Shaped specifically for the clitoris, it provides stimulation that encourages blood flow and vaginal lubrication. When it's in place, three patterns and intensity options add vibration to the suction. Designed for discreet, hands-free use, the Fiera is rechargeable.
Consider the Fiera Arouser for help in getting "in the mood," or if you'd like to give foreplay with your partner a boost. Fiera can benefit women (and their partners) who experience concerns about sexual desire and arousal because of menopause, life stressors, or other factors. Be aware that the Fiera Arouser may require practice, patience, and precise placement to have the results experienced by women ages 25-69 who tried the product for four weeks: 87% felt in the mood; 83% enjoyed engaging in sex; 75% felt excited and ready for sex; and 67% experienced increased lubrication.
Fiera is a great design, small and sleek. Other options for "vacuum therapy" have been much more like medical equipment than intimate devices. The women behind the product care about women's sexual health and are committed to optimizing each woman's sexual experience, for her own benefit and for her partner's.
Results scientifically measured by thermography of genital engorgement, a measure of blood circulation
Because the Fiera is an intimate and personal product, we are unable to accept returns except if the product is defective. While the success measures from the trials are impressive, and Dr. Barb has heard positive testimonials from patients in her own practice, the Fiera Arouser won't work for everyone (few things do, we feel compelled to note).
Tested by both dermatologists and gynecologists, Oasis is paraben-, hormone- and fragrance-free, and pH-balanced for the vaginal environment. One 10-ml airless pump provides 30 applications; regular use increases comfort and improves tissue health.
Any woman with vaginal dryness, which is common with the hormonal changes of perimenopause and menopause.
We like PrevaLeaf's mission to help women stay in control and well, and their focus on all-natural ingredients.
Oasis is water-based, is properly pH balanced for the vagina, and is hormone-, paraben-, and fragrance-free.
Water, emulsifying wax NF (naturally derived coconut, palm, and corn), ethylhexyl stearate (naturally derived vegetable-palm), cyclomethicone, sorbitol (naturally derived), lactobacillus ferment (naturally derived), vitis vinifera (grape) seed extract (naturally derived), tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), sodium benzoate (naturally derived), aloe barbadensis leaf juice (natural, freeze-drying process), lactic acid (naturally derived), disodium EDTA
Wash hands and apply a fingertip-sized amount (two pumps) of PrevaLeaf™ Oasis as needed.
Infused with a touch of lemon and vanilla, Good Clean Love Almost Naked Personal Lubricant is organic, aloe-based, and lightly scented to enhance your love life naturally. It's recommended by medical professionals across the nation, who know they can trust Good Clean Love to deliver a 100-percent vegan, petrochemical-free, glycerin-free, and paraben-free product. It's made with 95-percent organic ingredients.
Women (and men) who want an organic personal lubricant
It's aloe-based, which makes it especially good for those with sensitive skin.
Organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice, xanthan gum, agar, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, sodium lactate, lactic acid, natural flavors
Apply lubricant generously to both partners. Reactivate with a few drops of water (or a wet kiss).
I’m so sorry to hear of your childhood experience. Women—and men—can definitely move forward successfully from this history, but not without a good therapist. I recommend that you find a therapist as soon as possible specifically to address your molestation history, and a sex therapist would be best. Your health care provider may be able to refer you to a specialized therapist in your community, or you can go to ASSECT’s (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists) website, where they have a referral directory that lets you specify your location. You deserve fulfillment in this area of your life, and seeking a professional to help you navigate could be life-changing. I urge you to seek this professional assistance!...