Truths and Myths of Vaginal Tightening Creams

Vaginal tightening is the tightening of the pelvic muscles to achieve or maintain the right degree of elasticity of the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles must be able to contract to maintain continence, and to relax allowing for urination and bowel movements, and in women, for sexual intercourse as well as for giving birth. They also support and protect the organs of the abdomen and hold the bladder in its proper place.

The pelvic muscles can become stretched or weakened due to ageing and more specifically due to pregnancy. This often happens after a difficult childbirth which overstretches or tears the pelvic muscles and can also be the result of giving birth to several babies within a very short time span. Their under use can also cause pelvic floor weakness. Like for any other muscle, pelvic muscles need exercise to work well. In the same vein, the change in hormones related to menopause could weaken these muscles, as well as damage caused through long term straining, chronic constipation or cough or overweight.

 

Vaginal tightening can be achieved in different ways, all effective in their own way and can be complementary.

The question on many women’s mind is ‘Do vagina tightening creams really work?’ There is no easy way to answer this because it can either be a yes or no. Many women can attest to having a loose vagina especially after going through childbirth. However, there are a few who have a naturally loose one without any issues. Many mothers reveal that having a child is the best thing that ever happened to them. As a matter of fact, they wouldn’t trade that for anything. However, with a completely loose vagina after birth, there are a few mothers who can develop both physical and emotional problems.

Many ladies notice the change in their vagina after birth or as they get older. Whether it’s less tight or loss of feeling or irregular shape, most women always feel different once the issue occurs. For most people, a loose vagina results in low sex drive and the intercourse might become boring for the partner. A woman with a loose vagina will start experiencing an emotional turmoil. What’s going on in a woman’s mind is the fact that if the partner is not getting satisfied in bed, the partner might seek sexual satisfaction elsewhere. However, before you dive into a deep sea of worry, you should consider other solutions such as vaginal tightening creams.

Many people prefer to use vaginal tightening creams because it’s less invasive than other solutions in the market. However, despite the reviews and testimonials from people who have used them, there is no guarantee that they actually work. Remember, vaginas are shaped differently and as such it’s difficult to determine whether a specific cream actually works or not. Therefore, you have the choice of using the creams for a trial period and if they don’t tighten your vagina you can try out any of the remaining methods outlined below.

If you’re a little afraid of going under the knife or don’t have the time to do kegels, you can always choose vaginal tightening creams or gels. Most of these creams are made from natural ingredients so they are safe for use. Some of the benefits of using these creams or gels to tighten your vagina include the following:

-Tightening of the vagina which may differ according to different people

– Increased libido since the creams increase the feeling in the vaginal walls and muscles by making them tighter.

– Amazing orgasms because of the tightened muscles

-Quicker stimulation during sex

– Quicker lubrication which reduces any side effects of dry vaginal walls such as wounds or cuts.

– In some cases, these creams and gels may have permanent tightening results depending on how long they are used.

Besides these benefits, they are also advantageous because they are manufactured using natural ingredients therefore there are no side effects. However, before using any of the creams, you should consult a medical professional in case you’re allergic to any of the natural ingredients.

Most of the women who have had positive results with using cream or gels have reported that their sex life turned around pretty quickly. Even better, most women start looking forward to sex and the desire to satisfy their partners in bed. Some women have also reported that the gels have helped curb other vaginal issues such as yeast infection, vaginal orders or vaginal dryness which can be quite uncomfortable during sex.

Many people looking for vaginal tightening creams are usually looking for a permanent solution. Therefore, if you’re looking for that, you should frequently use the cream for the best results.

A vagina tightening cream contains only natural ingredients, including Manjakani Extract, Oak Wood Gall, Asian Oak Trees, and Witch Hazel. These are all clinically proven to treat vaginal looseness and restore the elasticity of the vaginal walls, as they have been used in Western countries for centuries for these specific purposes.

Alum also known as “Dridhranga”, “Sphatika” or “Argilla Vitriolutum” is a strong astringent that tightens the vaginal walls. It is used for its blood coagulant and soothing properties. It helps to prevent vaginal infections thanks to its antibacterial properties. Alum is one of the best ingredients you can find in a vagina tightening product.

When it comes to hacks for better sex, people are willingly eager to jump in feet first to the pool of endless sex possibilities. To help women feel “like a virgin” again,these creams promises to shrink and tighten your lady parts via a mineral compound. This vaginal shrink cream ingredient causes skin cells to swell so the vaginal walls become engorged and feel tighter, but does it really work?

According to the product’s website, the vaginal-tightening cream will make you feel “tighter, younger, and sexier than ever” while increasing pleasure for both you and your partner. It is the potassium alum compound in the glycerin-based natural tightening cream that supposedly tightens the vaginal walls. Its antibacterial properties also help prevent vaginal infections.

The concept behind vaginal tightening derives from the belief some vaginas are “too tight” or “too loose.” The truth about this myth is the vagina’s tightly folded muscle tissue is very elastic and remains tightly folded like a closed accordion at all times, according to Psychology Today, except during sexual arousal and childbirth. The muscles relax during sex and then go back to normal afterward, no matter how often a woman has sex.

These products are not FDA-approved, since it is not a legal requirement for companies to sell these products. Advice: Ladies, try at your own risk. Hope with this resource many of the readers have got an insight into truths and myths of Vaginal Tightening Creams cleared.

 

 

(Agencies)