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How Much Do Vaginal Dilators Cost?

 

We think it’s safe to say that when it comes to health products of any kind, you get what you pay for. Not all vaginal dilators are created equal, so there will of course be variants in price. So how much do vaginal dilators cost, and should you go for a cheap vaginal dilator? Rather than answering the latter question directly, we’ll simply ask you another one: Would you feel comfortable put anything other than the highest quality materials or products inside your body, especially if you had a condition to heal?

 

How much vaginal dilators cost really depends on how carefully made they are. In this article we will break down the basics of vaginal dilator production, give you the lowdown on what’s available, and what you can expect to pay for them…

 

Why are some vaginal dilators more expensive than others?

 

The vast majority of vaginal dilators are produced overseas in countries like China. It’s no secret that Chinese products are generally cheaper because the materials used are of much lower quality.

 

The bottom line is that you can’t get cheap dilators made out of high quality products – and that means that since around 95% of dilators are made overseas, most are not of the quality you should be using to heal any kind of sexual health issue. You probably won’t be able to find out exactly what they are made of, nor the conditions in which they were produced… so that is obviously a red flag.

 

As VuvaTech are committed to providing the safest and most effective vaginal dilators, we pay premium prices for the highest possible quality of materials, and we have our dilators made here in the US so that we can oversee production. Naturally our dilators cost more, but they are an investment that will go the distance.

 

How much do vaginal dilators cost?

 

As mentioned, you can buy cheap dilators online if you choose to. You might pay between $30 and $50 dollars for a basic set, but if you want to reap the benefits our clinically approved dilators are famous for, you should consider investing in the best quality dilator sets.

 

If you are looking to buy quality dilators online, there are several deluxe options. VuVatech sells premium vaginal dilator sets in a range of tried and tested materials that can assist in the healing of a diverse array of issues. Here’s what we have to offer:

 

Silicone vaginal dilators

 

Our silicone dilators are made from 100% platinum cured medical grade silicone, with FDA approved ingredients and colors. They are latex and phthalate free, making them hypoallergenic. In other words, they’re completely safe! This premium silicone is non-porous and silky soft, but the dilators are still both firm and flexible.

You can buy single silicone dilators or a full set, depending on your requirements. The smallest silicone dilator (size 1) costs $22.00, while the largest (size 5) costs $62.00. If you prefer to buy the full set, this will cost $189.00.

 

Neodymium magnetic vaginal dilators

 

Our magnetic dilators are made from medical device grade polycarbonate and are FDA approved. Since we designed and patented these dilators, you can’t find them elsewhere. In a clinical study they showed high success rates in recovery from sexual health conditions like vulvodynia and vaginismus. Like our silicone dilators they are free from latex and waterproof, making them completely safe to use.

The neodymium magnets (each contains over 60) strategically placed within our magnetic dilators bring various benefits. In fact, Neodymium magnets are long lasting, rare-earth magnets and are commonly found in medical applications. Magnets have long been used in magnetic therapy, which is where our original idea came from. The magnets are not cheap, which is reflected in the price of magnetic dilators, but they are a superior healing tool.

You can buy magnetic vaginal dilators in single units starting at $29.00 each, in sizes 1 to 5. You can also buy a set of three (sizes 1 – 3) at $109.00, or the full set at $229.00. We have a few other options, including sets with books and lubricant, and vaginismus dilator starter kits, so why not take a look at our range of magnetic dilators to find the right option for you?

 

Polycarbonate plastic vaginal dilators

 

For those who can’t use our silicone or magnetic dilators, we do have a cheaper option that is still made from the highest quality products. Our medical grade polycarbonate plastic vaginal dilators come in sets of two, three or five dilators and cost between $39.00 and $56.00.

 

You may be pleased to know that we currently have an offer on, so you can get 20% off the dilators of your choice using the VUVA20 code at checkout. We also have a lifetime warranty on our products on manufacture defects. If you have any questions at all about our vaginal dilators, you can check our FAQ page or drop us a line and as always, we’ll be more than happy to help.

 

Do you need to order vaginal dilators so you can start your pelvic floor therapy process? Made in the USA. Visit www.vuvatech.com 

 

VuVa Helpful Links:

How do Neodymium Vaginal Dilators work? 

7 Reasons for a Tight Vagina and How to Loosen 

How to use Vaginal Dilators 

How to Relax Vaginal Muscles, Vaginismus & Sex 

Vaginal Stretching - Keeping in Shape with Dilators 

Do Dilators Really Work? Yes, and They can Improve Your Sex Life!

Shop for VuVa Vaginal Dilators

 

Tara Langdale Schmidt is the inventor of the VuVa Dilator Company. She has pelvic floor dysfunction herself and wanted to create a dilator set that is made in America that women can trust. VuVatech has been in business since 2014 and has helped over 40,000 women all over the globe. She patented the Neodymium Vaginal Dilator, that is clinically proven to help with blood flow and nerve pain.