Intimate Rose Silicone Vaginal Dilators were designed by a pelvic floor health physical therapist and are made from a smooth, body safe, medical grade silicone that’s 100% BPA free and designed to glide into the vaginal opening for more comfortable use. Unlike any other silicone dilators for women on the market, they are not sticky or hard.
Dilators – Complete Set
Unlike other silicone dilators, Intimate Rose uses an exceptionally smooth finish for the most comfortable insertion and removal. It is made from high quality, medical grade silicone that is firm enough to hold it’s shape while using. Designed by Pelvic Physical Therapist, BPA Free, Medical Grade Silicone, used in American Physical Therapy Association Training Courses. Includes detailed instructions and online videos.
- Dilator Size 1 (2.8″ X 0.45″ wide)
- Dilator Size 2 (3.5″ X 0.7″ wide)
- Dilator Size 3 (3.7″ X 0.83″ wide)
- Dilator Size 4 (4.45″ X 0.95″ wide)
- Dilator Size 5 (5.0″ X 1.0″ wide)
- Dilator Size 6 (5.6″ X 1.07″ wide)
- Dilator Size 7 (6.1″ X 1.3″ wide)
- Dilator Size 8 (6.5″ X 1.5″ wide)
- Painful sex
- Vaginal stenosis
- Pelvic pain
- Gender reassignment
Intimate Rose dilators for vaginismus, painful intercourse, medical exams, and more, were designed by a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Pelvic Floor practitioner out of a need to give her patients a more comfortable experience.
Women experience painful penetration know how important it is to have the smoothest experience when using dilators. Unlike the uncomfortable plastic dilators or other sticky silicone dilators, Intimate Rose uses a proprietary finishing process to give the silicone a velvety smooth texture while maintaining enough firmness for women to reach their goals.
Pairs perfectly with water-based lubricants for additional comfort on insertion.
Clean the dilators after each use. Wash with warm water and mild soap. Pat dry and allow dilator to completely air dry. Store your clean dilator in cotton cloth or the open air. If you have a problem with yeast infections, cleaning your dilator can include sterilizing it in one quart of boiling water with two tablespoons of added vinegar. Be sure to thoroughly air dry the dilator. Use a hair dryer for best drying method. Consult with your referring health care practitioner before use.
We recommend that women consult with a qualified health professional specializing in pelvic floor disorders for the most effective physical therapeutic benefit. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions.