The Fleur Pelvic Floor Toning Balls rest on the muscles of the pelvic floor, stimulating them to contract by creating Biofeedback which increases your awareness of where the pelvic floor muscles are.
The exercises create a rush of blood to the pelvic floor area, overtime this helps the muscle to become more ‘vascular' and strengthens it.
Overtime, this can help to greatly improve your sexual arousal, sensitivity and ability to reach orgasam aswell as helping with other sensitive issues such as bladder weakness.
1 x Fleur, Pelvic floor toning balls
1 x Go Gel, water-based lubricant
1 x Traveller, storage box
1 x Instructions for use
Designed to give you a comfortable inner workout, the uber-sleek toning balls come with a water-based lubricant and traveler storage box for ultimate discreteness.
Safe to be used daily, the toning balls can be used in two different ways.
Active Use: Take time out of your day for a pelvic floor workout, active use means performing set repetitive contractions.
Passive Use: Use the toning balls whilst carrying out normal day to day activities. This way you will contract your muscles without thinking to keep them in position.Contraindications
Always consult your doctor before using if you are pregnant, have a pacemaker, diabetes, phlebitis or thrombosis.
Using the toning balls for too long may have the opposite effect and cause depletion.
For similar products - please see our pelvic floor trainers
Please note that due to the nature of this product, we are unable to accept returns.
Do Not Use TENS:
If you have a heart pacemaker or have a heart rhythm problem. TENS in the direct vicinity of a pacemaker may affect some models. If TENS is applied on the front of the neck this can affect your heart rate. Very strong TENS across the chest may cause an extra heartbeat.
If you have epilepsy TENS may affect seizure threshold.
During the first three months of pregnancy - It is not known whether TENS may affect foetal development.
On the abdomen in the later stages of pregnancy. Stop using immediately if you experience unexpected contractions.
When driving, operating machinery, or similar actions needing fine control loose pads, damaged leads, or sudden changes in contact may cause brief involuntary muscle movements.
To mask or relieve undiagnosed pain may delay diagnosis of progressive condition.