After years of Sex and the City and countless episodes about vaginal health I hope I can safely say that every woman knows what a kegel is. You might not do them on a regular basis – while driving, sitting at your desk, on the subway. But admit it – you've at least tried one, right?
If not, there are actually spas dedicated to pelvic health – or vaginal rejuvenation, if you will. PHIT Spa (Pelvic Health Integrated Techniques) is one of them. It's like a build-your-own massage, but instead of choosing between eucalyptus oil or lemon citrus oil, you choose if you want to have a labiaplasty or vaginal tightening.
There are a number of gift packages that PHIT offers, as well as sessions for other interesting procedures you may never have heard of. But if you're like me, you want to do this kinda stuff in the privacy of your own home. A number of products sold at PHIT are also available online.
PHIT describes the KegelMaster, this medieval contraption you see below, as "a revolutionary progressive resistance exerciser for women designed to cradle the pelvic floor muscles adding progressive dynamic resistance." Basically, it tightens up your hoo-ha to make sex more pleasurable. You can buy one online for $98.95.
Myself, seen below, was created for the purpose of strengthening pelvic muscles to help women achieve better bladder control, faster recovery after childbirth, and improved sexual response. It's the first FDA approved over-the-counter device to combat the symptoms of pelvic floor weakness. Drugstore.com sells Myself for 15% off the retail price. Get yours for $84.99.
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