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Joyballs Secret, purple black

Joyballs Secret, purple black


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Your little secret for more enjoyment, efficient practice and fast results.

Way of use:

Gently insert the Joyballs into the vagina like a tampon.

Place the ball until it is covered by the walls of the vagina and you can comfortably grasp the rotating loop. Each exercise should last about 10 minutes and can be completed even while walking or standing. In the beginning 2 times a day for 10 minutes is enough. When you can hold the Joy ball for more than 10 minutes comfortably then you can increase the time of the exercise and combine it with pelvic floor exercises.

While wearing the Joy ball, the muscles work reflexively resulting in their strengthening.

We do not use the balls during the period, if there is any vaginal infection or inflammation or if we have had any surgery. Also after delivery we inform our doctor to tell us how much time should pass before we can start pelvic floor exercises with Secret Joy Balls

The most discreet balls in the world.

  • patent strapless: with a short loop so you can have it on without being seen.
  • Frequent exercise with Kegel balls can increase the sensation and ability to reach orgasm.
  • 100% invisible
  • Made in Germany
  • Award-winning ergonomic design
  • High efficiency thanks to the trampoline effect
  • Medical grade Silikomed ® specifications
  • Compatible with all lubricants (even silicone lubricants)
  • Does not contain plastics (Phthalates & Bisphenol A (BPA))
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Hypoallergenic (Without allergenic substances)
  • 5 year warranty

The cordless Joy balls are easy to clean and very easy to put on. With each movement, the small balls stimulate the vaginal muscles in a very short time.

In addition, in case of dryness of the vagina, we recommend using it together with the aquaglide lubricant

Ø 3.7 cm length: 11.4 cm weight: 85 g

What is the pelvic floor?

The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles and ligaments
which support the bladder, uterus and bowel.
The openings of these organs, the urethra from the
bladder, the vagina from the uterus and the anus from the intestine
they pass through the pelvic floor.

What do the pelvic floor muscles do?
When the pelvic floor is strong, it supports the pelvis
instruments to prevent problems such as:
incontinence (the involuntary loss of urine or stool)
the prolapse (lack of support) of the bladder, the uterus
and intestine.
Your pelvic floor muscles also help you
control of bladder and bowel function, such as
be able to "hold on" until the right one comes along
time and place.

What is causing his muscles to weaken?
pelvic floor?
Some common causes of muscle weakness
pelvic floor are:
childbirth – especially after giving birth to a large one
baby or prolonged pushes during labor
excess weight
constipation (excessive effort to
bowel movement)
lifting heavy objects continuously
excessive coughing – causes repeated
hormonal changes during menopause

With pelvic floor exercises we can prolong our youth and restore the good functioning of our body internally at all levels.

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