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Pelvic Floor Stimulator


The XFT iEase pelvic floor toner will help you tighten your pelvic floor muscles by helping you do exercises that will contract your pelvic floor muscles automatically, using muscle stimulation.

Pelvic Floor Stimulator


The Vagitone VT 526 will tighten your pelvic muscles by performing pelvic floor exercises by contracting your pelvic floor muscles automatically and effortlessly using mild electrical pulses.

Pelvic Floor Stimulator


Cleo Q Discreet pelvic floor toner is the result of 10 years advanced scientific research & development. It delivers up to 1000 times more efficient energy into the muscle than any other pelvic floor stimulator, in approximately 75% less time!

Pelvic Floor Stimulator

Do you want to have a better sex life? Prepare to give birth? Eliminate your urinary incontinence, constipation or pelvic pain? Avoid genital prolapse? Or simply keep your pelvic floor muscles in shape?

Whatever your reasons, the following pelvic floor stimulators are safe, effective and proven to tighten your pelvic floor muscles while reducing urinary incontinence, helping women with natural childbirth and preventing and helping with genital prolapse.

Pelvic floor stimulators will give you back your confidence and the body that you once had. It has been clinically proven to tighten and tone all pelvic floor muscles.

These electrical pelvic floor stimulation devices are an amazing alternative to manual exercises and a quick, safe and easy alternative to surgery. These pelvic floor stimulators will help you regain your vaginal tightness without putting your body under undue stress and strain.

Although you can do Kegel exercises to help you achieve the desired results, it is known that over 50% of women do not perform pelvic floor muscle exercises effectively. In fact, Kegel exercises target only 40% of the pelvic floor muscles while a pelvic floor muscle stimulator targets 90% of the pelvic floor muscles.

This new generation of electrical pelvic floor stimulators are easy to use, super efficient so you can be assured that you are giving your pelvic muscles the best workout possible.


Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Facts
  • 25 million adult Americans suffer from some sort of urinary incontinence, 75% to 80% of those are women.
  • The probabilities to suffer from some form of incontinence range from 20% to 30% for young adult women, 30% to 40% for middle age women and 30% to 50% for elderly women.
  • 11% of the elderly women will have to go through surgery because of genital prolapse.
  • On average women wait 6.5 years from the first time they experience symptoms until they are diagnosed for their bladder control problem.
  • Only 1 out of every 12 people affected seeks help.


As clearly shown by these numbers the most common cause of pelvic floor muscle weakness is the natural pelvic muscle atrophy occurring as a result of ageing. Problem that could also be encountered after giving birth or due to oestrogen changes during menopause.


In addition, recent studies have also shown that almost half of young women not having given birth are at risk of pelvic weakness as a consequence of vaginal infections, excessive exercise or obesity.


For a condition that affects over 18 million women, it is amazing how to see how many women choose to suffer from urinary incontinence in silence, despite the high success rates in treating incontinence.


Not only women must live with the physical symptoms, they have to go through a great deal of emotional pain as well. All of this because of the misconception that incontinence is an untreatable consequence of giving birth or as a result of ageing.


While these life events can be true, the truth is the vast majority of incontinence cases can successfully be treated and managed and this is why pelvic floor muscle weakness should not be ignored.


It would therefore be advisable for women of all ages, regardless of pelvic health, to carefully think about adopting an effective pelvic muscle exercise routine sooner rather than later, before more criticial issues develop.


The traditional, 'squeeze and relax', kegel method, with its minimum medically recommended of 350 manual daily exercises, is especially time consuming, not to mention exhausting, difficult to master and almost impossible to achieve!


In this case a health professional will suggest you other alternatives like pelvic floor biofeedback devices or pelvic floor electrical stimulation devices to tighten your vaginal muscles, that will do all the hard work for you by contracting the muscles efficiently, accurately and effortlessly.


Pelvic Floor Toners


These pelvic toning devices, generically referred to as pelvic toners, pelvic floor toner, pelvic floor muscle toner, electronic pelvic toner, pelvic muscle toner, pelvic floor biofeedback, pelvic muscle stimulator, pelvic floor exerciser, pelvic toning devices, pelvic muscle trainer or pelvic floor trainer, are designed to help women exercise their pelvic floor muscles, improve their vaginal muscle tone and help them with their conditions.


Pelvic Floor Biofeedback


This method involves placing a sensor, also known as an electrode or probe into the vagina. The probe, connected to a visual and/or sound system, lets you see and/or hear the contraction. According to the colour of the light or the intensity of the sound, you will know whether the muscular contraction is done properly or not.


The biofeedback allows you to correct the contraction while doing the exercises on your own, as well as allowing you to gradually increase the effort and duration. The biofeedback will help you get more and more confident knowing that you are correctly contracting your pelvic floor muscles and properly carrying out your exercices.


Pelvic Floor Electrical Stimulation


Pelvic floor electrical stimulation is a very effective technique that uses low frequency electrical currents, generated by a small electronic probe placed into the vagina, that stimulates your pelvic floor muscles deep down, inducing contractions of the vaginal muscles and consequently tightening your vagina.


Repeated pelvic floor electrical stimulation will tighten your pelvic muscles and restore pelvic health and bladder control while increasing your blood flow and reduce infection risks thanks to a healthy cell renewal.


Enjoy your life now!


Keep in mind whatever your age and level of pelvic health, even if you went through surgery for prolapse or hysterectomy, you need to train your pelvic muscles.


We are here with the best range of pelvic floor stimulators, manual pelvic floor exercisers, vaginal weights and cones to help you out in your quest for a better life.


Our range of electronic pelvic stimulators devices are medically certified and perfect for all of you who want to enjoy freedom, confidence and pleasure of strong pelvic floor muscles.