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The Blush Wellness Silicone Dilator Set is carefully crafted for your comfort.


Each vaginal dilator in this 4-piece kit features silky smooth, soft silicone and a rounded tip to avoid cervical irritation.


With 4 differently sized dilators, starting at only 0.5 inches width, the Wellness Set lets you start small and move upward in size whenever you feel ready.


These dilators' heart-shaped bases are a cute touch!


Use with your favorite quality water-based lubricant for easier insertion.


Made with Ultrasilk® Smooth and Purio™ Liquid Silicone. Body-Safe and Contains no Fragrances, Phthalates, Paraffins or Latex




According to the Cleveland Clinic Vaginal dilators are tubelike devices made of plastic or medical-grade silicone that you put in your vagina to stretch your vaginal tissue. They’re a treatment option if you have pain during vaginal penetration due to medical conditions such as pelvic floor dysfunction.

Dilators work by gradually improving the flexibility of your vagina and the strength of your pelvic muscles so that penetration becomes more comfortable. You can use a vaginal dilator in the comfort and quiet of your home in under 20 minutes.


They range in size and thickness, and the dilator you choose depends on how tight or narrow your vagina is.


You should speak with your healthcare provider before using one. Your healthcare provider can tell you if they believe a vaginal dilator is a good treatment method for you based on your health history and symptoms.




Vaginal dilators can be beneficial if you experience pain with sexual intercourse or penetration. They work by making your vaginal tissue more flexible or elastic. They can also help to strengthen pelvic floor muscles that have become loose or weak.


Some of the health conditions that can cause painful intercourse are:


  • Menopause: Menopause causes several hormonal changes that can make sex painful.
  • Vaginismus: Vaginismus causes muscle spasms during intercourse or penetration.
  • Dyspareunia: Dyspareunia is the medical term for persistent pain in your genital area during or after intercourse.
  • Previous radiation therapy or surgery for cancer: Radiation and surgery for certain types of cancer can affect your vaginal tissue. Dilators can help give this damaged tissue its flexibility and softness.
  • Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome: MRKH is a condition that causes a person to be born without a fully developed vagina, making intercourse difficult.
  • Congenital conditions that affect your vagina or hymen: Treatment for congenital conditions (conditions from birth) that cause your vagina to have a small opening may involve using a vaginal dilator.
  • Vaginal stenosis: Vaginal stenosis causes your vaginal opening to close or narrow due to scarring or hormonal changes.
  • Gender affirmation therapy: Dilators can help support medical or surgical procedures that reconstruct your vagina.


  • Contains 4 Dilators Increasing in Size
    3.25 Inch Length x 0.5 Inch Width
    4.5 Inch Length x 0.75 Inch Width
    5.25 Inch Length x 1 Inch Width
    5.75 Inch Length x 1.25 Inch Width
  • Rounded Tip for Cervical Comfort and Heart-Shaped Base
  • Hypoallergenic and Easy to Clean
  • Pure Platinum Cured Puria Silicone. Ultrasilk Smooth


**medical definitions provided by the cleveland clinic

Blush Wellness 4-Piece Silicone Dilator Kit

    • Contains 4 Dilators Increasing in Size
    • Pure Platinum Cured Purio™ Silicone. Ultrasilk® Smooth
    • Rounded Tip for Cervical Comfort and Heart-Shaped Base
    • Hypoallergenic and Easy to Clean
    • 3.5 Inch to 5.75 Inch Length, .5 Inch to 1.25 Inch Width
    • Fragrance Free
    • Latex Free
    • Paraffin Free
    • Phthalate Free

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