Vaginal Tightening Products?

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Vaginal Tightening Products?

Bleu Bleu
A recent trip to China Town made it so I came across some virginity soap (I took the photo just so share with friends). This isn't the first time I have encountered it either, last year I saw something called China Shrink Cream (which is popular) in a friend's medicine drawer and recently I have discovered a more high-end version of it that is made in the USA called VieNue Vivify.

While I have no need for these things (yet?), they seem to be quite popular. Have you ever used one of these? Would you use one?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
I have used them and love it
1
I have used them and hate them
Never heard of it
26
Want to try it
Other
18
Total votes: 45 (41 voters)
Poll is closed
02/03/2013
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Bleu Bleu
I forgot to add a "would never try it" option but I guess "other" can be that.
02/03/2013
potstickers potstickers
I'll avoid creams and stick to doing Kegels.
02/03/2013
Real or memorex Real or memorex
Other: have heard of it, would not try it and dislike the idea. Good vaginal health gets you "tight" enough and I don't want to put irritants on sensitive tissue.
02/03/2013
Rosen Rot Rosen Rot
I would be to afraid that a cream would have a bad reaction to my sensitive system.
02/03/2013
edeneve edeneve
Kegel exercising will be more beneficial in the long run.
02/03/2013
XxFallenAngelxX XxFallenAngelxX
I concur with Edeneve.
02/03/2013
MissCandyland MissCandyland
I have never heard of this, but I would do Kegel exercises first.
02/04/2013
misskat misskat
I know someone who bought some from a sex toy party-- I believe the cream was called "Like a Virgin"-- and apparently it comes with disclaimers about the effects it can have on your partner's penis...numbing, etc.
02/04/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
The ONLY was to tighten the vagina is through exercising the muscles, e.g., kegels, or vaginoplasty, period!

This crap is dangerous; most of them contain astringents such as alum that cause their so called tightening effect, especially on mucous membranes, by dehydrating the surface cells & binding the proteins of the skin. That is what these products do that produces the "tightening" . Well, if you dried me out like that, I'd feel like I was tighter because it would be painful to have intercourse. There is NO WAY that a surface treatment doing that can affect the muscles of the vagina which are responsible for your "grip".

If you want more info, read this DETAILED medical breakdown of the situation referring to a specific product that was recently in the news, link
02/04/2013
souviet souviet
Quote:
Originally posted by Bleu
A recent trip to China Town made it so I came across some virginity soap (I took the photo just so share with friends). This isn't the first time I have encountered it either, last year I saw something called China Shrink Cream (which is popular) ...
never heard of it... sounds dumb.
02/04/2013
misterazor misterazor
Quote:
Originally posted by Bleu
A recent trip to China Town made it so I came across some virginity soap (I took the photo just so share with friends). This isn't the first time I have encountered it either, last year I saw something called China Shrink Cream (which is popular) ...
do men really complain about a loose vagina? seems that would just insult his own dick.

just saying.
02/04/2013
bratcat bratcat
Quote:
Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
The ONLY was to tighten the vagina is through exercising the muscles, e.g., kegels, or vaginoplasty, period!

This crap is dangerous; most of them contain astringents such as alum that cause their so called tightening effect, especially on ...
thanks for this. it's good to be well informed about harmful products such as these.
02/04/2013
SecondStory SecondStory
I don't think I would ever ever want to tighten my vagina. Ever,
02/04/2013
Zombirella Zombirella
I've never tried them, but I honestly don't think they work. Your vagina muscles are what needs worked to tighten, grab a kegel exercisor/balls if you want results. You can even just tighten and release the muscles on your own without a product.
02/04/2013
sweetpea12 sweetpea12
Quote:
Originally posted by Bleu
A recent trip to China Town made it so I came across some virginity soap (I took the photo just so share with friends). This isn't the first time I have encountered it either, last year I saw something called China Shrink Cream (which is popular) ...
I've never tried or heard of any of these things
02/04/2013
MK434 MK434
I'v never heard that before.
02/04/2013
Khanner Khanner
The hymen stretches for a reason, why would anyone want sex to purposefully hurt?
02/04/2013
kitty1949 kitty1949
I wouldn't try them, but that's just me.
02/04/2013
potstickers potstickers
Quote:
Originally posted by misterazor
do men really complain about a loose vagina? seems that would just insult his own dick.

just saying.
Would you believe some women have surgery to tighten their vaginas?
02/05/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
Quote:
Originally posted by potstickers
Would you believe some women have surgery to tighten their vaginas?
Who can judge a medical decision like that? I certainly hope a physician would be responsible about performing ANY surgery, especially when there are non-invasive alternatives!
02/06/2013
potstickers potstickers
Quote:
Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
Who can judge a medical decision like that? I certainly hope a physician would be responsible about performing ANY surgery, especially when there are non-invasive alternatives!
Some vaginoplasty is performed purely as cosmetic surgery.
02/06/2013
ginnyluvspotter ginnyluvspotter
Never heard of them
02/06/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
Quote:
Originally posted by potstickers
Some vaginoplasty is performed purely as cosmetic surgery.
Yeah, I know. I wonder what the patient satisfaction rating is with this surgery when performed on a non-disfigured, non-trans patient.

Well, I suppose it was inevitable that another surgery would become more mainstream for women to manipulate their bodies to fit some perceived image of perfection. *sigh*
02/06/2013
Trixie Horror Trixie Horror
I've heard of the artificial hymens but not shrinking cream. O.o
02/07/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
Quote:
Originally posted by Trixie Horror
I've heard of the artificial hymens but not shrinking cream. O.o
This type of product has been around for centuries. In times past when virginity was so prized, using alum or astringent herbs was a way to ensure the husband believed the bride was still 'pure'. The irritation & dryness of the tissues made penetration more difficult and any bleeding helped to convince as well. Blood stained bed sheets were often shown as proof of virginity in some cultures & all sorts of tricks were devised to make sure that blood was there. There are a few stories of women hiding small bladders filled with animal blood inside their vaginas as added insurance.
02/07/2013
potstickers potstickers
Quote:
Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
The ONLY was to tighten the vagina is through exercising the muscles, e.g., kegels, or vaginoplasty, period!

This crap is dangerous; most of them contain astringents such as alum that cause their so called tightening effect, especially on ...
Using an anal dildo or butt plug also makes the vagina feel tighter.
02/07/2013
richsam richsam
Quote:
Originally posted by Bleu
A recent trip to China Town made it so I came across some virginity soap (I took the photo just so share with friends). This isn't the first time I have encountered it either, last year I saw something called China Shrink Cream (which is popular) ...
never heard of it
02/07/2013
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
Quote:
Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
The ONLY was to tighten the vagina is through exercising the muscles, e.g., kegels, or vaginoplasty, period!

This crap is dangerous; most of them contain astringents such as alum that cause their so called tightening effect, especially on ...
Thanks for the specific info. I had heard of these creams, but I wouldn't try them, because I worried they would cause irritation or other problems.
02/07/2013
purpledesert purpledesert
Never heard of it till now, and I don't think I'd ever try it.
02/08/2013
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