Tighten up shrink creme

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Tighten up shrink creme

darlingnikkie darlingnikkie
Has anyone tried the Tighten up shrink creme made by cal exotics ? My hubby and I are trying to find some creme or lotion that will make me feel tighter like it was when we first met. Do you guys have any suggestions ?
02/20/2010
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Rockin' Rockin'
I suggest you use a toy to strengthen your kegels instead of trying a shrink creme. I believe that creams that claim to make a vagina tighter usually do so by dehydrating the tissue in the vagina, which isn't good for it.
02/20/2010
Luscious Lily Luscious Lily
Definitely go for kegel toys. Strengthening the muscles (which can be quite pleasurable) will help tighten things back up in there. Rockin's right, tightening creams generally dehydrate the vagina, which may make you seem a teeny, tiny bit tighter right then, but sex is less pleasurable when you're dried out, and you're more likely to get a tear. A tear in your vaginal walls from the movements, because the walls aren't hydrated enough to stay strong. Strengthening the muscles is much more safe and effective. Plus, you get the added bonus of stronger orgasms! Total win-win situation there.
02/20/2010
NuMe NuMe
I also want to add that strengthening your kegels will not only tighten you up, but will also increase the intensity and frequency of your orgasms.
02/20/2010
Sammi Sammi
Agreed - kegels are the way to go.
02/20/2010
darlingnikkie darlingnikkie
Thanks for all your advice. I see that Kegel toys are the way to go.
02/22/2010
ShercockHolmes ShercockHolmes
I've soaked in a bath of epsom salt for 6-8 minutes. Tightens it up to the point of feeling like a virgin again. Don't take an epsom salt bath though if you have high blood pressure or hypertension. You can buy epsom salts at grocery stores and pharmacies for like 2 dollars or less. Don't soak in epsom baths any more than like twice a month.
02/23/2010
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