Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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The REAL reasons why women lose libido and avoid intimacy during their twilight years - as one expert reveals it is 'simply psychological' 
  • Many women tend to lose interest or avoid sex as they reach post-menopause
  • Reasons behind their weakening sex drives were revealed by an intimate study 
  • Most women blamed painful sex and bladder leakage behind a lack of libido
  • But sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell says it can be psychological 

  • As women move into the twilight years their sexual appetite can be hampered by the emotional and physical perils of old age.
    And while most men may keep their libido well into retirement, the female gender must navigate a maze of discomfort, confusion and scary medical issues.
    Painful intercourse and bladder problems do take a toll on the sex drive of older women, but the real solution can be a question of mind over matter, Australian sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell told FEMAIL.
    'If our motivations for having sex aren't clear and we rely on something as flimsy as "horniness", then there is a real possibility that will never come,' Cyndi said. 
    After menopause is the worst period of a woman's life for losing interest in sexual intercourse, the findings revealed (Stock image)
    After menopause is the worst period of a woman's life for losing interest in sexual intercourse, the findings revealed (Stock image)
    'Women need to communicate and know that they don't have to default to penis and vagina sex. If there's not enough touching, arousal, stimulation, lubricant, then it just won't work.'
    After menopause is the worst period of a woman's life for losing interest in sexual intercourse, a survey which interviewed 1500 under the age of 55 found.
    Intimate medical symptoms during or after sex were the main biological culprits behind many 'If our motivations for having sex aren't clear and we rely on something as flimsy as "horniness", then there is a real possibility that will never come,' sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell (pictured) said
    'If our motivations for having sex aren't clear and we rely on something as flimsy as "horniness", then there is a real possibility that will never come,' sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell (pictured) said
    Nearly half of the women surveyed admitted to having zero sexual activity in the six months leading up to the study (Stock image)
    Nearly half of the women surveyed admitted to having zero sexual activity in the six months leading up to the study (Stock image)


    Dyspareunia is the term used to describe pain before, during or after vaginal intercourse.
    There are many causes of dyspareunia including physical ones like not enough lubrication, a skin infection, illness or surgery. 
    Psychological causes like partner issues, stress and anxiety can contribute also and make it even worse. 
    However Cyndi says more often than not the problem is not physical, but an emotional response to sex.
    'Psychological barriers such as a history of trauma, pain, knowing that it might lead to arguments or feelings of shame can ruin a woman's libido,' she explained. 
    'And partner sex is so much more diverse and complicated than simply satisfying horny feelings. To think of it this way is very old-fashioned and out-of-date.' 
    The sex therapist also says the mature women she deals with are nothing like the 'sexless old hags' which society paints them as.
    'They aren't running around like 20-something year olds but the notion of the sexless hag is not how women experience themselves,' Cyndi added.
    'Fertility has never been the main motivation for sex. Procreation is just a byproduct, and for most the impetus to have sex is to feel good and to connect.'
    The medicinal study also revealed 45 per cent of participants said they experienced severe physical pain during sex - a problem which can be contributed to vaginal dryness.
    While most men may keep their libido well into retirement the female gender must navigate a maze of discomfort, confusion and scary medical issues (Stock image)
    While most men may keep their libido well into retirement the female gender must navigate a maze of discomfort, confusion and scary medical issues (Stock image)
    Another 20 percent of the women confessed to fearing vulvovaginal atrophy symptoms during sex, which is the thinning, drying and inflammation of the vaginal walls due to the female body having less estrogen.
    Nearly half of the women surveyed admitted to having zero sexual activity in the six months leading up to the study. 
    Surprisingly, most women reported they did not have a 'disinterest' in sex with their partners and actively want to keep the passion burning, however simply avoid it out of fear they would feel pain.
    But problems behind extinguished sexual flames between many older couples aren't exclusive to the female sex.
    In addition to self-reported issues with sexual intercourse, a staggering 55 per cent of women revealed their own partner's 'lack of interest or physical inability' was negatively impacting their sex drive. 
    'For men, being able to perform sexually ties into their masculinity,' Cyndi said.
    'And because we live in a culture which values this so much, female pleasure is then historically forgotten about.' 

    Wednesday, October 4, 2017

    Viagra or Cialis ,,R U You still be waiting for your first REAL orgasm? E D , Get Viagra or Cialis $14.79 at 888 /500 / 4597

    Some might say there are no grey areas when it comes to an orgasm, but according to FEMAIL's sex and relationships expert Tracey Cox, many women aren't entirely convinced they've ever had one. 
    While some climaxes leave women in no doubt as to what has occurred, others are much more mild and subtle.
    Here, Tracey reveals the extent of women's uncertainty around the big 'O', how to identify the real thing - and how to improve your chances of getting there, every time.  
    Tracey Cox reveals that 32 per cent of women are still unsure as to whether or not they have ever had an orgasm 
    Tracey Cox reveals that 32 per cent of women are still unsure as to whether or not they have ever had an orgasm 
    In films and in porn, orgasms are nearly always earth-shattering, sheet-clutching, peel-me-off-the-ceiling affairs.
    They're so powerful and unmistakable, you've got as much chance of 'missing' one as you have of not noticing Donald Trump sitting opposite you on the tube.
    In reality, around one third of women say they don't know if they've ever had an orgasm.
    US sex therapist Vanessa Marin reports that 32 per cent of the women who sign up for her orgasm workshop say they don't know if they're having orgasms or not.
    I've counselled lots of women who think they've had an orgasm because they'll start off the sex session feeling turned on and finish it not wanting sex anymore.
    But as any woman who has ever had good sex with a partner that didn't necessarily include an orgasm, this is no guarantee you've climaxed.
    Your first orgasm
    Most women have their first orgasm through masturbation, usually by using a vibrator.

    Research also shows around 43 per cent of women have had an orgasm before their 18th birthday while 45 per cent have their first between the ages of 18 to 24.
    (Don't feel weird if you vividly recall having an orgasm when you were really young: there is evidence of apparent female masturbation in the womb - yes really - and some girls orgasm by rubbing against things at a very early age.)
    When we do experience orgasm for the first time, the majority of women are in no doubt at all about what's happened.
    But not all. Some women's orgasms are so mild and subtle, they're left feeling confused over whether they've actually had one.
    If all the orgasms you do 'see' (in TV shows, films, porn) are dramatic and intense, that vague, brief sensation seems hardly to qualify.
    Tracey says that it is highly important to explore your body to achieve a climax
    Tracey says that it is highly important to explore your body to achieve a climax
    Not all orgasms feel the same but they do have certain things in common.
    A sexual climax is the same as the climax of a novel or a film – it's the best bit, the peak of sexual pleasure.
    Orgasms also always involve a release of pressure that's built up during stimulation.
    But they vary widely in intensity – and this is where the confusion starts.
    Not all orgasms feel the same
    Some women always have spectacular, intense orgasms, others always have mild, subtle, disappointing ones.
    Most of us have a mix: sometimes they're intense, other times they're 'Really? That was it?'
    The reasons why orgasms differ in intensity are many: it depends where you are in your menstrual cycle, how much you've had to drink (too much and you've numbed the nerve endings), the mood you're in, past sexual experience, pelvic surgery, what's happening in your relationship, when you last had sex (and the list goes on).
    How you have your orgasm – via a vibrator, tongue, fingers or penetration - also affects its intensity.
    'The orgasm I have with my vibrator is far stronger than the orgasm I have when my partner stimulates me,' said one 32-year-old woman.
    'For me, it's about control. If I'm in control of my orgasm I know just how to tease myself so I take a bit longer to get there and the feeling is more powerful.
    'If he's in control, I'm slightly anxious. I worry he'll do something to put me off and that it's not going to happen.
    'Men try to put off their orgasms for as long as possible but I don't know any woman who, when she feels an orgasm coming when she's with a partner, tries to stop it.'
    Your first orgasm can feel like you need to pee
    Lots of women stop themselves having a real orgasm because it feels like you need to pee.
    The first time I had an orgasm I seriously thought that's what had happened.
    I was about 15 and staying with my sister and discovered a personal massager, shoved in the back of a cupboard, while they were out.
    I looked at it for a while, turned it on and watched it vibrate, then thought, 'Hmmm, I wonder what would happen if I just held it pressed against here for a second. Oh! That feels quite nice, I'll just do it for a little bit longer and . . . OH MY GOD! What the hell was that!'
    I looked down at the floor in astonishment, convinced I'd had some totally bizarre bladder attack. I had no idea I'd just climaxed but I knew something had happened.
    But that initial feeling of pressure building is rather similar to the feeling you get when you're dying to have a pee.


    Psychologically, it's unlikely everyone experiences the same sensations since orgasms appear to be as individual as the people who have them.
    Biologically, everyone moves through the same stages. We become aroused, then move to a plateau phase (highly aroused), onto orgasm, then resolution (when the body returns to normal).
    · As you become aroused, blood rushes to the genitals. The vagina and clitoris become engorged with blood and beads of lubrication start to appear on the vaginal wall.
    · As arousal increases, blood continues to flood the pelvic area making it more sensitive.
    · Our breathing and heart rate increase, nipples may become erect and 'vaginal tenting' happens: the lower part of the vagina narrows while the upper part expands.
    · The pressure and tension builds to an almost unbearable point. The moment of orgasm is when the blood releases back into the blood stream and all the tension in the muscles and nerves relax.
    · The uterus, vagina and anus contract into a series of intensely pleasurable spasms about .8 of a second apart.
    Most women experience between three to five contractions but it is possible to have up to 15.
    This is why I often recommend to women having trouble climaxing that they try to have their first orgasm while sitting on the loo and using a vibrator.
    You won't pee when it happens (promise!) but it feels reassuring and you relax enough to let go.
    Once you've had your first orgasm, you understand that feeling is normal and all part of it.
    Practise makes perfect
    The more you masturbate, the better and stronger your orgasms will be.
    So if you're unsure of whether or not you've had one and only just started to explore sex, that could be why.
    With experience, you learn what your body responds to best and what technique, speed and pressure suits you.
    Most sex therapists recommend you teach yourself to orgasm by using a vibrator (it's by far the easiest way and requires no technique – just hold it against the vulva and voila!)
    Lousy lovers could also be the reason for your lack of orgasms so make the effort to talk your partner through your needs
    Lousy lovers could also be the reason for your lack of orgasms so make the effort to talk your partner through your needs
    Once you've experienced one, you should then try using your fingers (with lots of personal lubrication) because it's a more partner friendly technique.
    I've tried all that and still nothing
    A tiny percentage of women 'miss' orgasms: their vaginal muscles contract but they don't register any sensation in their brain.
    But this is rare and the cause it usually psychological and best solved by a professional therapist.
    Figures are difficult to verify because women don't like talking about it but it's believed between five and ten per cent of (western) women have never climaxed.
    The first step if you believe you are anorgasmic (you've never had an orgasm) is to get a physical check up.
    Physical causes of anorgasmia include serious illnesses, pelvic trauma, pelvic surgery, hormonal imbalances and some medication.
    But for a lot of anorgasmic women, the problem stems from a strict (often religious) upbringing that results in extreme sexual inhibitions.
    Inhibitions stop us feeling relaxed enough to orgasm because we secretly believe sex and masturbation is 'dirty'.


    There's a build up of sensation that climbs to a peak and then releases
    Your clitoris and vulva feel 'heavy' and look engorged and red.
    Your breathing is heavy or 'ragged' and then calms down after the orgasm
    There's an involuntary tensing of the inner thighs, bottom and sometimes jaw
    Your muscles may twitch uncontrollably
    All sensation focuses on and around the clitoris
    Extreme tension and pressure suddenly gives way and you experience a euphoric flood of pleasure
    You may moan or groan involuntarily
    You can feel your vagina and anus go into wave like spasms
    You feel sensitive around the clitoris immediately afterward
    Your chest looks flushed and red afterwards
    You need a few minutes to recover during which you feel your body return to normal
    You won't necessarily feel like stopping sex: one orgasm can be enough but if you're highly stimulated, your body primes for another climax almost as soon as one has finished
    Inexperience – not knowing your body or the function of the clitoris – is another factor.
    But the biggest obstacle for having an orgasm with a partner is poor technique and men's lack of understanding about how the female sexual system works.
    Lousy lovers don't help
    'I got to the age of 44 without ever having an orgasm but thinking I had them regularly,' said one newly separated woman.
    'My husband and I mainly had intercourse. I'd enjoy it but it wasn't until we split up and I slept with someone who really knew what they were doing with foreplay that I had a real orgasm.
    'The first experience was like a fuzzy, pleasurable sensation. The second was like a rocket went off.'
    There are still plenty of men out there who think their penis alone is capable of giving all women an orgasm.
    Let's enlighten them.
    Explain to our lovers that this would only happen if the clitoris was inside the vagina rather than an unhelpfully long distance away from the vaginal entrance.
    The further away your clitoris is from your vaginal opening and the smaller it is, the more likely you are to suffer from anorgasmia.
    Only 20 per cent of women can have an orgasm through penetration alone.
    Despite people like me harping on (and on and on) about it, this fact still doesn't seem to have sunk in.
    A lot of orgasm issues could be solved by women showing their partners how they orgasm when they are solo. is a fantastic website that shows - via video – twelve different ways to make a woman orgasm.
    If you have any orgasm issues I'd highly recommend it (and even if you don't, check it out).
    Also download Vanessa Marin's free online orgasm workshop:

    Tuesday, October 3, 2017

    3 Simple Ways to Tighten your Vagina and Keep it Tight ,FOR. E D , Get Viagra or Cialis $14.79 at 888 /500 / 4597

    Vagina tightening. We know – it’s uncomfortable, awkward and sometimes downright humiliating to talk about – however – this is actually a big problem for tons of women!
    This sexual health issue causes insecurity, damages your confidence, and can make you feel like crap. And when it comes to pleasing your partner in the bedroom – while this stuff shouldn’t matter – the issue can make you feel like you’re not performing under the sheets.
    How sexy and confident you feel plays a huge part in your relationship, and keeping things tight can really help you get your sexy back in the bedroom. If you’re like lot’s of women, you’re looking for ways on how to tighten your vagina –  or are scouring the web for vagina tightening solutions like V Tight Gel, which was rated the best vaginal tightening cream in 2017.
    But with all the scammy products and multitude of options, choosing the right product for YOUR body can seem overwhelming. Don’t worry. We’re here to help. After tons of research, I’ve put together the 3 most effective ways you can tighten your vagina fast.
    After I had my very first child, I felt like things just weren’t the same in the bedroom, and I didn’t enjoy sex as much as I used to. As a matter of fact, to place it bluntly (let’s get real ladies), I felt like I had a flappy pussy.
    I wanted to find a solution to tighten my vagina walls, and I was willing to try anything. I looked everywhere, trialled and tested a lot of products, home remedies and herbs, as well as different exercises.
    During that time I learned what works, and what is a waste of time. So while it’s a little humiliating and embarrassing, I’d like to share what I found that helped tighten my vag.

    Why Does a Vagina Get Loose?

    Now – contradictory to popular opinion, a loose or flappy vagina does NOT come from too much sexual intercourse (or the size of your partner’s penis… although of course your man would love to THINK he’s too big for you and stretches you out) A loose vagina can be triggered by numerous reasons, such as childbirth, menopause, or simply because our bodies are aging.
    shocked woman
    Remember, having less sex will not keep your vagina tighter. The reasons the vagina gets loose is due to the natural stretching and tearing of the muscles on the vaginal walls when you give birth or get older. As with every other part of our body, the vagina has muscles that contract and relax. But when we grow older, or the vagina goes through the trauma of childbirth, then the natural elasticity is reduced.
    The muscle tissue of the vulva, which is tightly folded, is naturally elastic – just like your mouth!  If you pull the corners of your mouth towards your ears in a smile, and let go, they will go back to their original shape. This can be done countless times without any change as to how your mouth looks.
    The vagina works in a similar way. It is normally in a rested state and changed only for two reasons.
    • Sex
    • Childbirth
    Stress ‘down there’ makes a cervix contract and become tighter, which is why some young girls find it hard to insert tampons. However, after childbirth the muscle tissues tear, and if not taken care of, will lose a lot of their elasticity. They will not be able to contract as tightly, or be as flexible as they used to.
    This process is totally natural – BUT – there are ways to get back the tightness without having to go through the rest of your life feeling loose. A lot of women opt for vaginoplasty surgery, which is a cosmetic surgery used to tighten the vaginal walls. This option can have health risks, and is also very expensive. There are many natural ways to get back the tightness of your vag without having to resort to vaginoplasty if you don’t want to.
    If you’re looking for female genital tightening techniques when looking for ways on how to make you tighter, you’ve probably seen a lot of crazy solutions out there. You may have heard of kegel exercises, other vigina creams and lotions, or even workout and diet programs which are designed to tighten up a loose vulva.
    These methods are all effective in reducing vaginal looseness. Some, of course, work better and faster than others. Diets and exercises designed for this specific purpose have long-lasting effects, but may take a long time to achieve results. If you’re patient, and consistent with the treatment, they will work over time. If you want to get a tighter vagina quickly – The fastest way by far is to use a tightening creams which has immediate effects.

    3 Natural Vaginal Tightening Techniques:

    woman wondering about vaginal tightening
    ‘Vaginal Tightening’ in medical terms is the tightening of the pelvic floor which consists of the coccygeus muscles, levator ani, and other related connective tissues which surround the area of the woman’s pelvis.
    For the vagina to maintain continence, these muscle groups must be able to relax and contract to allow for bowel movements, urination, sexual intercourse, and giving birth.
    Believe it or not, this is a really common issue – and pussy looseness is more typical than you’d assume! While it’s easy to get embarrassed about this kind of stuff – you need to understand that it’s totally natural. Although, that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with what nature gave you. If you’re on this page then you’re probably having some issues concerning looseness. Hey! Maybe you’re even a dude looking to help out a female friend or partner. There are tons of natural techniques to make your vag tighter. Some work better than others.
    If you’ve really felt embarrassed or awkward because you feel like you have a large vagina, then you’re probably looking for something that truly works – and gives you results fast.
    I have actually tried all of the most common natural vagina tightening techniques: workouts, herbal treatments, and also natural vaginal shrinking creams. Here’s what worked for me, as well as what was a total waste of time.
    I have actually ranked my choice for vaginal tightening up from least reliable to most reliable I did this because I wish that I had this kind of information before – and I hope it will help women choose the best option for them.
    These natural remedies and programs have been tested and proven by countless women from all over the world. And with these 3 tips, I hope women find the answers and solutions that they need in order to have a better overall sex life.

    # 3– Organic Therapies to tighten up a stretched vaginal area.

    There are numerous herbs that can aid to tighten up your hoo-haa muscles.
    herb pot— Pueraria Mirifica works to tighten your vag wall surfaces by encouraging genital tissue regrowth, This natural herb also stabilizes estrogen levels and neutralizes your hormone imbalances. Added Benefit: this herb also helps shield against uterus cancer cells.
    Benefit: this herb additionally helps shield against uterus cancer cells.
    — Curcuma Comosa. This herb tightens up vaginal muscle mass, and helps remedy future looseness by shielding against vaginal wall surface prolapse. Curcuma Comosa also aids and treats dry skin, and hot flashes. Added bonus: this herb also minimizes menstrual cramps.
    — Other home remedies: You can also fix a stretched vaginal canal using natural douches that restore suppleness and stamina.
    Personally, I attempted numerous combinations of these organic herbs, and really felt that they made me feel healthier and cleaner down in my lady-bits. While I felt they did a lot for my overall health. I didn’t really feel any tighter.
    The verdict: I really liked the natural health benefits, yet did not really feel organic remedies solved my issue of loosened vag wall surfaces.

    # 2 – Kegel Exercises for Strengthening and Toning

    learn kegels
    An easy method which is popular to get a super tight vagina involves Kegel workouts. Here’s how they work.
    1. You execute these vaginal canal exercises by squeezing your internal pelvic muscles.  Think of how it feels when you stop yourself from peeing. These are the same muscles you use to do Kegels. Try it out next time you’re using the restroom.
    2. As soon as you have learned how to do this, just repeat this exercise numerous times throughout the day.  You can do this inconspicuously and at your leisure. No one even needs to know that you are working to tighten up a loose vaginal area!

    Do Kegel Exercises Really Work?

    Yes, kegel exercises have been proven to work, and many women who have worked out their vagina muscles using this technique have reported to have seen a significant difference in the tightness of their fanny’s. With this being said, you don’t see results overnight by doing your kegel workouts, and it can take weeks even months to see some kind of effect. However, once you are in the habit of doing your daily or weekly kegel routine, you win in the long run, because it tightens your muscles not only for the pleasure of sex, and boosting your confidence, but it is also a great way to have good control over your bladder, and for women this becomes a huge issue particularly as you get older.
    In my experience, if you do them with over time consistently, kegel workouts actually do work well! You need to do it several times a day for 8-10 weeks (which is easy because they’re so discreet). This will also strengthen your pelvic muscles, which consequently, will also strengthen your vaginal walls.
    So, now I know that kegel exercises do work over time, I was anxious to attempt something else that would get me results much faster, and also last much longer. This is why these vag workouts are my second choice for natural and effective tightening treatments.

    # 1 – V-tight gel + Vagina Tightening Program

    v-tight gel in threesV tight gel is a treatment cream which claims to fix vag looseness by tightening the skin around the vaginal walls. It also works as a lubricant for before you have sex which is quite handy because women are using this product right before they have sex with their partners which is the right thing to do as well as the most effective to make use of the product.
    It’s advertised by the manufacturer to work both by itself, or with faster results in fixing an flappy vag if you use it together with the V-tight exercise program. Almost any organic product is great by itself but if you combine it with hard-work or exercise then you have a much more powerful tool in your disposal. This is exactly what the V-tight gel program offers, a way out of your flappy and loose vaginal problems.
    According to the manufacturer, v-tight functions within a few minutes to make your vaginal area tighter after applying the cream. The product also says you can make love with your partner after just a couple of minutes of using the gel.
    There are many vaginal tightening creams and medications on the market, but lots of women are afraid to use them because they’re scared of side effects. This is where V-tight Gel is different from all the other creams out there. It is totally organic and does not cause any known side effects. So, if you are looking for a way to tighten your vagina overnight, then your answer is right here. Actually, that’s not true, because this product works within minutes. You don’t need to wait at all because the magic happens as soon as you put in the cream.
    Of course, like anything, there are good things and bad things (mostly good things) about this product. So, I created a complete review telling you what I liked about V-tight gel, and what I really didn’t like.

    Does a Tighter Vagina REALLY Give You Better Sex And A Healthier Relationship?

    To put it rather simply, it’s an astounding ‘yes’.
    It is no secret that men prefer younger and tighter women during sex. While it’s shallow as hell, it’s the truth. This isn’t actually about her age, it’s more about how tight she feels during sex. The tightness of the vagina plays a very important role in bringing two people closer, not only physically but also emotionally. At the end of the day, most men will succumb to their animal instincts and that is to procreate. There is no going around it, they were built that way and will be for as long as they live.
    When a man and a woman have sex, it is obviously one of the closest and most vulnerable time for both parties involved. They both experience the pleasure that an intense orgasm can bring. When a woman’s vagina is tight, the man can feel the woman’s vagina walls contracting against his penis, and the woman can feel the penis contours (which feels amazing of course). As many experts agree, the act of sexual intercourse and orgasms are so much more powerful when a couple feels closer, and this is made even better when a woman has a tight vagina.
    Orgasms are caused by the rubbing or the contact between the sensitive areas of the vagina and the penis. The more stimulation there is, the more intense the sensations are, therefore having a tight vagina will help you and your partner experience a close encounter both physically and emotionally. The more fun you and your partner have in the bedroom, the more of a bond you will form in your relationship as well. Experts say that couples who have amazing sex in the bedroom also have better communication, trust and an overall happier relationship.
    Couples who have trouble with intimacy tend to have deeper issues in the relationship. A lot of people tend to shrug off the importance of sex in a relationship, but we don’t think that’s the case. Not even close! So, it’s time to bring back the sexy times and enjoy sex again!
    One of the best ways to bring this intimacy back is to feel sexy and attractive. When women feel attractive, they are much more likely to engage in sexual intercourse.  Having a smaller vagina can help you feel more comfortable with your body. When there’s more intimacy and a woman feels sexy, it makes relationships much more connected.  Those long drawn out fights over the laundry become quick and easy conversations when there’s plenty of sex.  (You know what we’re talking about!)

    Let’s take a look at the ingredients.

    It’s important to know what you’re putting in your body. V Tight is an all-natural tightening lotion that is made primarily from Manjakani essence, Witch Hazel leaf extract, various kinds of organic minerals, and water. All these have actually been used by women in Oriental countries for centuries.
    Another ingredient – Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana), is a bush or plant abundant in tannin and phytoestrogens material. Tannin is an important agent that can make tissues in the vaginal walls tight due to it’s astringent abilities.
    The phytochemical element of tannins, as well as the phytoestrogens, are collected by extracting the shell and leaves of the Witch Hazel bush. In addition to tannin and phytoestrogen content, extract of this bush is abundant in all-natural Phenols.
    Phenols are small molecules that help various biochemicals move across a cell membrane and reach the intracellular site for specific actions. This ensures that the tannins and phytoestrogens are absorbed into the cells.
    Natural Phenol is rich in phytoestrogen. It causes phytoestrogens to be absorbed fast and easily by the vagina wall. Therefore, the vagina wall will stimulate production of collagen and feeling in the tissues. It makes the vaginal walls more firm, elastic, and youthful. Absorption of phenol results in estrogenic activities that maintain the strength of the vagina muscles.
    Therefore, phenol tightens not only the vaginal wall, but also strengthens the vaginal muscles. Phenol also has antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial health effects protect vagina wall cells from toxicities.
    It was revealed in the research regarding cancer cells that this property also fights cancer by inducing apoptosis by regulating carcinogen metabolism, arresting cell cycle, inhibiting DNA binding, and blocking signaling pathways. Natural phenol is also known to keep skin healthy. It prevents various skin disorders such as shingles and psoriasis. This is part of what makes this product so safe – since you will not experience painful burning sensations in the vagina during use.
    The effect of Tannin is the major component of astringent properties. Scientists looked into the impact of Oak gall. It was originally used by Asian women after normal childbirth to recover the strength of their vagina and health. Eventually, they found a specific agent called Tannin, which is in Oak gall, that plays a role in tightening the tissues. In result, this will lead to a better and tighter vagina when you have sex.

    The most important thing is that V-tight does not include any synthetic active ingredients that may cause irritation to your vaginal area. Therefore, you can see that it is a safe product to use in intimate and sensitive areas. This is the biggest concern when it comes to women which is the safety of the product. So, now you can sleep well knowing that it is one hundred percent safe to use to tighten your vagina.