As well as having a pleasant, silky, light feel and no "sticky factor," Chiavare Oil is fragrance-free, hormone-free, and all natural. It doesn't stain clothing or bedding. The oils and formulation were selected for nourishment and hydration, and for their anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antioxident properties.
Made from natural oils and vitamin E, Chiavare Oil can be used for more than sexual health; some women have benefited from using it for skin conditions, chafing, and brittle nails.
The oil is packaged in a UV-protective black glass bottle to maintain product purity over time.
Women looking for a silky feel for moisturizing during and between intimacy, especially if they're seeking simple, natural ingredients. In addition to countering vaginal dryness, it may alleviate or mitigate itching or burning.
Chiavare has received positive reviews for its holistic approach to sexual health. Like us at MiddlesexMD, they're woman-powered and have a mission of making sexual health about health and not about X-rated sex merchandise.
Sunflower seed oil, grapeseed oil, evening primrose oil, coconut oil, almond oil, and vitamin E
Use before and during intimacy as a lubricant or daily as a personal moisturizer. (Confer with your health care provider before using for skin conditions beyond dryness.)
You don't know if you're doing the exercise correctly or if your efforts are making a difference. The Elvie Trainer is a Kegel device that uses an app, so you can track your progress. The app provides real-time feedback for tracking, so you can perfect your technique; when the pelvic muscles are contracting, a "gem" inside the device lifts, helping you visualize what you're doing via the app.
The small, pebble-shaped pod is placed in the vagina, like a tampon. It's comfortable to use and is programmed with fun five-minute workouts designed to tone the muscles of the pelvic floor. There are four levels of exercise, with six exercises tailored for each level. With use, the Elvie reduces leaks, increases blood flow to boost arousal, and strengthens orgasms.
The Elvie Trainer and app are compatible with iPhones 4S and newer and Android phones or tablets 4.3 and newer, which support Bluetooth Low Energy. You can also use the Elvie Trainer with iPad 3 and newer, including iPad Air and Mini.
Anyone with a desire to tone and strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and a moderate level of comfort with technology.
The Elvie Trainer has been recommended by over 800 health professionals. And it's "smart"! We know Kegel exercises can be tricky to get right.
The Elvie Trainer is completely covered in medical-grade silicone, with no exposed parts.
Consult the included instruction for complete details. The trainer is placed in the vagina, with the "tail" outside. When you use Elvie, it sends data to your mobile device through that tail. Data is stored on encrypted servers so confidentiality is preserved but your device capacity is protected. The Elvie is easy to clean with soap and water.
Many of us are navigating an empty nest, because our youngest child has just gone off to college or grad school--or just moved out again after landing that first job. There are lots of circumstances that can lead you to this now-unfamiliar spot: It’s just you and your partner.
We’ve put together this kit to give you a boost in rediscovering that partnership. A dozen Romantic Vows for Affectionate Lovers can open the door to playfulness and reconnection. They work like “love coupons,” and you can decide how to use them with your partner to surprise each other. A Jolie vibrator is among our most discreet, while still delivering the stimulation midlife women can need. At less than four inches long and an inch in diameter, the Jolie can be tucked into a pocket, a bag, or a convenient drawer. And Pink Silicone lubricant is among our most popular; it’s medical-grade and moisturizing, as well as being long-lasting. We include a 2.8-oz. bottle.
Manufacturer: Assembled by MiddlesexMD
Anyone who’s making a transition that is also an opportunity to define a “new normal” for intimacy in a relationship.
As parents (and humans!) ourselves, we on the MiddlesexMD team have experienced life changes that were turning points in our relationships. We’d like to empower folks to make the most of the opportunity.
These products meet MiddlesexMD’s criteria for performance and safety. And then we add some fun.
Wearing the Tor 2 helps a man achieve and maintain arousal while providing additional sensation for his partner. It can be turned up or down for optimal sensation for both partners. Six vibration settings are controlled via two easy-to-access buttons. Made of smooth silicone, the Tor 2 is completely waterproof, which means it can be used in the tub or shower. Each charge of the Tor 2 provides about 90 minutes of use. Comes with storage bag, charging cord, and instruction guide. One-year warranty provided by the manufacturer.
A nurse practitioner recommended we offer this product because intimacy is a partnership, and sometimes a woman's male partner is challenged to achieve or maintain an erection. You might also try the Tor 2 if you and your partner are exploring ways to increase sensation for both of you, or if you'd like to make a gift to your partner that communicates how much you value your continued intimacy.
With a passion for design and engineering, Lelo is among the most respected makers of "pleasure objects." All of the products designed and manufactured by Lelo are outstanding in quality, design, and functionality.
Cannot be used with silicone lubricants.
Silicone that is non-porous, phthalate-free, latex friendly, and body safe.
Carefully read the use guide provided with the product, and charge fully before use.
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