Are you just getting started with your home enema equipment? If so, then one of the most important decisions you will have to make is what type of equipment to get.
Generally speaking you have a choice between a full sized enema bag and a vaginal douche bulb. So what is better between the two? It is a common question, and the answer ultimately depends on your personal needs and preferences.
The beginner’s guide to anal douche
The enema/vaginal douche bulb is a small, portable enema equipment that you can use to remove waste and faecal matter inside the body. It offers a quick and convenient way to cleanse impurities in the body before anal play or as a part of a detox regimen.
How to use an anal or vaginal douche?
- Wash the douche thoroughly before use and do not use the same one interchangeably. Have a different douche particularly for vaginal or anal use. Any dirt or bacteria on the device can cause infection.
- Fill the douche with clean, warm water. Do not use soapy water as it may irritate the anal tissues. For convenience, you can buy a surgipack douche that comes ready to use out of the pack.
- Apply water-based lubricant to the douche bulb and the anal/vaginal cavity. Gently insert the device and squeeze the bulb into the rectum. Give your body time to adjust before more squeezing in more fluid.
- Pull out the douche and release liquid inside your rectum or vagina. Repeat until you have used up the remaining liquid inside the douche and that water released is clear and free of filth.
Sterilised douche nozzles
Douche bulbs come with a variety of nozzle designs such as beaded and grooved patterns. Which one you choose is up to your personal preference. However, you ought to consider the width and length for practical purposes. A longer and thicker nozzle is better for cleansing.
How are douches different from sterilised enema?
If you have learned how to give yourself an enema, then you would know that douches look and work differently from an enema. Although the end purpose for both is internal cleansing, douche bulbs hold less water but are more portable and convenient to use. Full-sized enema bags on the other hand, can retain as much as 2 litres of water and feature adjustable valves for a deeper and more thorough cleansing.
Are you looking to get started with some of the best deals on douche bulbs and enema bags online? You can expect no less from “Coffee Enemas Australia”! Call us today on 0414 064 491 or check out our excellent selection of enema products and supplies online.