Rejuvenate is a set of 3 beginner vaginal dilators made of a soft, premium silicone material. Flexible and durable, these Therapeutic Aids are used in combination with Dilator Therapy to restore vaginal width, depth, and elasticity; allowing for comfortable intercourse and medical exams, to alleviate tightness and tension due to scarring, as well as other health purposes.
Dilators are to be used gradually and at a comfortable pace dependent on individual needs.
There are many medical issues that make dilation a necessity. Recommended during or after cancer and cancer treatments, hysterectomies, menopause, or atrophy; Dilators are also useful Therapeutic Aids when it comes to muscle spasms, vaginal stenosis, and gender affirming procedures.
If you have undergone radiation treatment, surgery in the vagina or pelvis, or are experiencing vaginal pain, dyspareunia or pain with sex, pain with use of a tampon or during a medical exam, or if you have undergone gender affirming treatment and surgery, you may benefit from using vaginal dilators.
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With gradual and continued use, you will notice improved results in vaginal elasticity, comfort, and reduced side effects from treatment(s). Alongside the reasons that may make Dilators a regular requirement into your routine, you may also notice an accompanied vaginal dryness or irritation.
In addition to Dilators and all Therapeutic Aids, a Lubricant or Intimate Moisturizer is essential! Reclaiming Intimacy’s Lustrous is both a Vaginal Moisturizer as well as a Lubricant. This product can be applied regularly throughout the day and lasts hours before there is a need to reapply. Our Lubricants are natural, vegan, cruelty free, and help to not only mimic the body’s natural lubrication but also promotes your body in producing its natural lubrication as well!
What is the difference between a Lubricant and Vaginal Moisturizer?
At Reclaiming Intimacy, we know that sexual dysfunction is a difficult conversation to have with anyone, including your doctor. We are here to bridge that gap in conversation. Therapeutic Aids are just one way to assist and can address the physical side effects and changes. When it comes to the topic of sexual dysfunction there is a lack of conversation, causing a loss on many important levels of intimacy beyond just the physical sides of the relationship(s), or even when getting to know yourself and your body again. Knowing how to tackle those battles from all sides can be helpful, and what we hope to assist in doing. Learn more in our Reclaiming the Self, or Reclaiming Life: Women’s Cancer Focus Courses!