Almost daily we receive questions, success stories, and positive affirmations about Milli, the all-in-one vaginal trainer.
What was it like before you found Milli?
Before I found Milli, I was seeing a due to pelvic pain. She recommended investing in vaginal dilators to help loosen and stretch the muscles. This is when I began looking for dilator options.
How did you come about finding Milli?
I found milli by doing online research. I personally did not like the thought of having and storing multiple vaginal dilators. I researched if there was an expandable option and came across Milli!
What do you think about Milli?
I believe Milli is a wonderful tool for pelvic health. Many women do not truly understand the complexity and different disorders of the pelvic floor. Milli offers solutions to help treat a variety of conditions. For example, you can use the Milli as a massager by turning the vibration setting on, you can use the wand part of Milli to release trigger points, and you can use Milli for vaginal stretching by increasing the size (1-millimeter increments).
What made Milli stand out against other solutions on the market (vaginal dilators, pelvic wands, lubes, etc.)?
Milli features multiple functions, all-in-one.
What is the single most important thing you value about Milli?
The single most thing I value about Milli is the ability to expand inside without removing it from the vagina.
What other solutions have you considered before Milli?
I have considered and purchased silicone vaginal dilators around 2-3 months ago to assist with leaving dilators in for long periods of time.
What were any obstacles that prevented you from buying Milli?
Originally the cost was challenging for me. After using I do believe it’s worth the price, because it offers so many features!
Now that you have used Milli, what is the most important thing you can do that you couldn’t do before?
I am able to expand with this vaginal trainer. Before Milli, even insertion was painful.
How would you feel if you couldn’t use Milli again?
If I couldn’t use Milli again, I would be disappointed and frustrated. There are not enough innovative companies and products for women’s pelvic floor health.
What made you happiest about working with Milli?
The best thing about their brand is the wonderful customer service experience!
If you were in charge of Milli, what would you change?
My number one recommendation would be to make the base lighter or balance the weight of the device. I understand that it is electronic so it will be heavier than the average dilator. In my opinion, it’s too heavy for women with a problematic pelvic floor to leave it in place without supporting it with their arms or pillows. Most doctors and physical therapists recommend dilators to be left in 10 to 20+ minutes, so it’s challenging to hold and balance Milli for that long. Most traditional or silicone dilators are able to be left in without support, but then again, they can’t expand and contract like the Milli!
What would be the main reason you would recommend Milli to someone else?
In the beginning, it’s tempting to think “Oh I can just buy this one size…” but in the end, you’ll have to buy a bunch of dilators or products and you spend the same amount anyway. Instead of buying an entire set of dilators or multiple products, you can start by only having one.
How would you describe Milli to someone else?
Milli is has a silicone-covered wand that expands and contracts in your vagina. You are in full control of how much or how little you would like to expand the wand. You are able to track your progress with the wand, by seeing the digital number readout.
Is there anything else you would like to say about Milli?
Just want to say thank you to everyone involved with creating Milli! I hope more companies follow your lead for supporting women with this problem, which many of us face.
Milli is proudly helping thousands of women feel empowered to overcome vaginal tightness and vaginal dryness in a convenient, comfortable, and easy way.
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