FAQ

Lubricant

Especially when using condoms, the type of lubricant is important if you do not want to risk damaging the condoms.

Always use lubricants specially developed for use with condoms and make sure that all the following information is on the packaging when you purchase the product:

CE mark
It signals that it is a legal medical device and is a duty for every intimate lubricant!

Note:
"condom friendly/ condom suitable" in German language.
Use together with condoms is only permitted with this note!

If any or even all of the information on lubricant packaging is missing, it must under no circumstances be used together with condoms!

If the CE mark is missing on lubricant packaging, these lubricants are not even intended for sexual intercourse without a condom!

Independent tests have shown that up to 40 % of condoms (tested with non-approved lubricant) burst much earlier than normal!

Since many inadmissible lubricants contain, for example, small quantities of oils, condom safety is no longer guaranteed as a result.

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Vibrators

Our joysticks are certified by TÜV as absolutely harmless and free from plasticizers and phthalates has been certified. Furthermore, they have been tested and recommended by the Alexander Institute practice.

The material of the joysticks is pleasantly odourless.
In addition, the joystick models are splash-proof and made of high-quality silicone without the addition of plasticizers. Thanks to the hygienic material of the joysticks, care is pleasantly easy.

The use of medical, hypoallergenic silicone guarantees very good skin compatibility.
This is confirmed by dermatological and clinical tests.

All joysticks are steplessly adjustable, quiet and yet vibration-strong and therefore particularly pleasant in their application.

When you buy a joystick you get "Premium Quality - MADE IN GERMANY!
a five-year material warranty on our joystick models.

Yes, use the joystick vibrators exclusively with water-based lubricant such as AQUAglide.

The joysticks can be easily cleaned with warm water and soap.
For demanding, hygienic cleaning, care and disinfection we recommend clean'n'safe.

You only need two standard AA (1.5 Volt) batteries to operate the joysticks.
Two Micro AAA (1.5 Volt) batteries are required for the joystick mini models.
We recommend alkaline batteries.

The Joystick bags come free with each of our models and protect it from dust and prying eyes.

Soft-Tampons

The tampon can be easily removed by pulling it out with your index finger or middle finger by the integrated grip straps. If it is still difficult to remove the vagina, we recommend that you sit in the squat position or sit on the toilet with your legs spread, as this reduces the depth of the vagina from 9 to 10 cm to about 4 to 5 cm.

It is important that the tampon is inserted deep enough - directly in front of the cervix. In addition, women who tend to lack lubrication may have a very dry vaginal entrance immediately after inserting the tampon, in which case a lubricant should also be used.

No, no more or less than when using a conventional tampon, if you wash your hands before and after.

The wearing period must be adapted to the strength of the period. On stronger days it is recommended to change after 3 to 5 hours, on weaker days you can wear it for about 5 to 8 hours. After sexual intercourse without a condom, you should replace the tampon immediately.

As with other hygiene articles for the period, the tampons should simply be disposed of with the household waste. Please put the outer packaging in the yellow sack.

No, Soft-Tampons are by no means a contraceptive as they do not kill sperm! After removal, the sperm can still migrate towards the uterus.

Consult your gynaecologist before use if you are using a spiral with a slightly protruding return cord for contraception.

Please use each tampon only once, as this will no longer guarantee hygienic safety and high absorbency and can lead to infections.

Midwives recommend its use even during pregnancy, as the soft tampon can prevent the penetration of bacteria.

We also offer the Soft-Tampons in the "Mini" version. However, the material of the tampons is so variable that it always adapts to the female body shape. Conventional cotton tampons swell up and soft tampons already have their final size. The foam of the Soft-Tampons can be easily compressed during insertion.

Discoloration of the foam may occur before the shelf life has expired, but is completely harmless. The tampons can still be used. If the Soft-Tampons have been exposed to UV radiation in the form of daylight or artificial light and atmospheric oxygen, under unfavourable circumstances the dye may degrade and discolour. This is a normal process and does not affect the properties or purity of the foam. Soft-Tampons are manufactured and packaged under hygienic conditions. The material meets the strict criteria of the Ökotex standard and is very kind to the skin (Study Dermatest GmbH 2012). Due to the sensitive area of application, we deliberately do not use colour-stabilizing additives.

The packaging consists of cardboard, plastic and aluminium foil, which are 100% recyclable. The Soft-Tampon is made of a special environmentally friendly foam, which is completely thermally recyclable. Therefore there is absolutely nothing against Soft-Tampons from an environmental point of view.

Penis rings

The urethra is not pushed off by the recess and thus the seed output is not influenced much. Penis rings, also called constriction rings, are used for premature blood drainage from the penis (so-called venous leak or venous dysfunction). The prerequisite is that an erection is still possible. If this collapses prematurely, a penis ring can be used as a remedy. The even compression in the area of the penis base counteracts the premature outflow of blood. The application leads to a significant strengthening and lengthening of the erection by obstructing the blood flow.
 
A word about the size of the penis ring: You should start with the largest size and gradually reduce the size depending on the effect. Please note that the ring must not be worn for longer than 30 minutes, otherwise circulatory problems may occur.

Penis rings, also called constriction rings, are used for premature blood drainage from the penis (so-called venous leak or venous dysfunction). The prerequisite is that an erection is still possible. If this collapses prematurely, a penis ring can be used as a remedy. The even compression in the area of the penis base counteracts the premature outflow of blood. The application leads to a significant strengthening and lengthening of the erection by obstructing the blood flow.
 
Another word about the size of penis rings: You should start with the largest size and gradually reduce the size depending on the effect. Please note that the rings must not be worn for longer than 30 minutes, otherwise circulatory problems may occur.

Penis rings, also called constriction rings, are used for premature blood drainage from the penis (so-called venous leak or venous dysfunction). The prerequisite is that an erection is still possible. If this collapses prematurely, a penis ring can be used as a remedy. The even compression in the area of the penis base counteracts the premature outflow of blood. The application leads to a significant strengthening and lengthening of the erection by obstructing the blood flow.
 
Another word about the size of penis rings: You should start with the largest size and gradually reduce the size depending on the effect. Please note that the rings must not be worn for longer than 30 minutes, otherwise circulatory problems may occur.

Fields of application: Penis rings, also called constriction rings or cock rings, are used for premature blood drainage from the penis (so-called venous leak or veno-occlusive dysfunction). The prerequisite is that an erection is still possible. If this collapses prematurely, a penis ring can be used as a remedy. The even compression in the area of the penis base counteracts the premature outflow of blood. The application leads to a significant strengthening and lengthening of the erection by obstructing the blood flow.

Application: The penis ring made of medical silicone is placed around the penis and tightened as desired by means of the loop. Simple but very effective, the ERECTOmed ring helps to achieve a stronger and longer erection. Fits perfectly to the size of your penis. You should start with a loose fit and gradually reduce the tightness depending on the effect.

Attention!

Please note that the ERECTOmed Ring should not be worn for longer than 30 minutes, as this can lead to circulatory problems or loss of rigidity.

Side effects: Depending on the narrowness, numbness and cold sensations may occur in the area of the ring. Please pay attention to this, as otherwise slight bruising may occur.

Note on hygiene: After use, the potency ring should be thoroughly washed with hot water and soap. For demanding hygienic cleaning, care and disinfection we recommend clean'n'safe.

Note: In case of prolonged erectile dysfunction you should consult a doctor.

Joyballs

The American gynaecologist Dr. Arnold H. Kegel (1894 - 1981) "invented" pelvic floor training. Dr. Kegel was a gynaecologist who noticed that many women had temporary urinary incontinence problems after childbirth. He therefore developed a series of exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. According to the "inventor" of pelvic floor training, pelvic floor training is also called "bowling".
Pelvic floor exercises are simple, and the practical thing about them is that many pelvic floor exercises can be performed anywhere without other people noticing what you are doing. 

The pelvic floor has an important function in the female organism. It keeps the pelvic organs (bladder and uterus) in the correct position and holds the baby during pregnancy. The strong pelvic floor reduces functional disturbances of the bladder (incontinence) and controls the delivery of intestine and bladder contents. A good musculature prevents the lowering of the uterus. The feeling of pleasure and the ability to orgasm can also be increased by a powerful pelvic floor.

There are some risk factors that favour the deterioration of the pelvic floor's ability to hold:

  • Undrained pelvic floor: The untrained pelvic floor has little to do against aging or the risk factors already described; it loses its durability more easily
  • Births: The pelvic floor is extremely stressed at every birth. If it is not trained afterwards, its ability to hold on to the pelvic floor decreases considerably over the course of time
  • Frequent lifting and carrying of heavy loads: This also puts a disproportionate strain on the pelvic floor
  • Hormones: If oestrogen production decreases sharply with the onset of menopause, this also has a negative effect on the pelvic floor muscles
  • Overweight: The heavier a person is, the more strain the pelvic floor has to put in to do its job
  • Age: The older a person, the more muscle strength decreases

The decrease in hormone production during menopause loosens the connective tissue as well as the ligaments with which the uterus is attached. The uterus can then sag - how far it sinks depends on the muscles of the pelvic floor. A slight lowering is often not noticed, but if unwanted urination occurs when coughing or sneezing, it is high time to do something about it.

During pregnancy, your pelvic floor muscles must withstand great pressure. As a result, they become tired and from week 12 of pregnancy they give way and stretch. Preventive training is recommended.

Relaxation is just as important as learning to tension. If the baby's head presses through the vagina in the second phase of birth, you should be able to relax the muscles. Midwives think it's less likely to have a perineal tear or need a perineal incision.

The following test should be helpful here. Try to interrupt the flow while urinating. Feel which muscles you are using. This is the muscle group you need to train. Note that this is only a test to determine the right muscles. 
A functioning contraction of the pelvic floor muscles feels like squeezing and slightly lifting below the pelvis and manages to interrupt the beam! You can also jump when the bladder is full and if drops escape, you are advised to train urgently.

Any woman of any age cannot start training early enough. This is because it serves both prevention and treatment of weakened muscles. Training is particularly important for pregnant women and young mothers. Because the pelvic floor is extremely stressed by pregnancy and childbirth.

Insert the Joyballs gently into the vagina in a relaxed position (like a tampon). First insert the first ball and then the second ball so that the balls are just covered by the vaginal wall and can easily reach the return loop. The use of lubricants (e.g. AQUAglide or BIOglide) - for easy and painless insertion - is recommended. The two balls should sit almost vertically with the return loop pointing downwards.

On the one hand you can use the balls to develop an awareness for the feeling of your pelvic floor muscles. On the other hand - when the pelvic floor muscles are still untrained - the principle of action of the Joyballs is based on a "biofeedback principle". Each ball contains a weight that reacts to the movements of your body. Due to the weight of the balls (and the ergonomically adapted shape), the Joyballs try to slide out - which the pelvic floor muscles in turn try to prevent. The resulting muscle contractions are similar to weight training. In addition, the balls inside the Joyballs swing against the outer wall with every movement. An integrated innovative "trampoline effect" (especially optimised function of the Joyballs secret) triggers gentle "kinetic vibrations" which stimulate your pelvic floor muscles to relax and tighten, additionally stimulate them and also improve blood circulation.

The second type is a combined biofeedback gymnastics.
This combines the advantages of the biofeedback training already described with special pelvic floor training exercises. The combined biofeedback gymnastics represents the most effective training method for best results.

A training session should last a maximum of 10 minutes. Depending on how long the musculature can hold the balls, the training can initially take less than a minute and is then increased with the build-up of the muscles. The training can be done standing or walking. Two training sessions of up to 10 minutes a day are initially sufficient. If you can hold the Joyballs for more than 10 minutes without any problems, you should combine the training with gymnastic pelvic floor training.

If you have learned to use these muscles correctly, train them regularly, ideally one to three times a day. Daily exercise is recommended for sustained training progress. It only takes a few minutes and can be done in different positions (e.g. sitting, standing or lying). Nobody sees what you are doing. Initially, you may only be able to maintain tension for one or two seconds. Increase the power to a maximum of ten seconds. Take a break between tensions that is at least equal to the duration of the tension (for example, five seconds of tension, five seconds of break). Initially, you may already feel fatigue after a few tensenesses. Gradually increase your performance to ten repetitions. You can also train some fast and strong contractions. Pull the muscles as tight as possible before you relax again. Repeat this exercise up to ten times.

Most women feel an improvement in their symptoms after only two to three weeks if they consistently use pelvic floor training balls. Full muscle tone is achieved within about six to twelve weeks. However, the training effect also decreases over time when the muscles are no longer used. 

What if you can't hold the balls?
Important: Not every pelvic floor is equally strong! If you cannot hold the balls, you should not give up, but simply try again several times a day. Even if you can only hold the balls for 1 second, you will certainly feel a small increase next time. And the result gets better day by day.

For even more safety and comfort, the easy-to-clean Joyballs are made of dermatologically and clinically tested Silikomed®, which is also very body-friendly. Free of phatlates, polycarbonates and Bisphenol A.

The Joyballs secret should be cleaned thoroughly after and before each use.
Warm water and soap are sufficient for cleaning.
We recommend clean'n'safe as a tried and tested disinfectant for use with Joyballs.

  • if your doctor advises you not to use it
  • during menstruation
  • for vaginal inflammation
  • for vaginal infection
  • during vaginal wound healing (e.g. after a perineal incision)
  • during and after pregnancy only after consultation with your gynaecologist or midwife
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