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FAQ

1. What’s the difference between the classic and light version of the whoop.de.doo venus balls?

Put simply, the Whoop.de.doo Venus Balls are a type of exercise weight. The light version is designed for women who have recently given birth by vaginal delivery, while the classic version provides a more intensive workout and is well-suited to women who exercise on a regular basis. In short, the heavier the balls are, the more they strengthen the vaginal wall.

2. Can the venus balls be used during pregnancy?

Yes, they can. Nonetheless, in light of the anatomical and physiological changes that occur in pregnancy, they are not likely to provide significant benefit.

3. What’s included with the Whoop.de.doo venus balls?

The package contains the Venus Balls, a handmade +Swiss cotton protective pouch, user instructions, and a signed and numbered product authenticity certificate.

4. How do the venus balls work

The Whoop.de.doo Venus Balls work on the time-tested principle of a ball within a ball. Each movement of the inner ball creates a stimulating vibration that gently massages the vaginal wall and increases blood circulation. The effect can be altered at will with spontaneous and/or regular muscle contractions, which act to strengthen the pelvic floor. Thanks to the silicone inner lining, the vibrations are very quiet yet very intense.

5. Can I move after inserting the venus balls?

You have to! It’s movement which sets the inner ball into motion and creates the pleasant vibration. Wear the Whoop.de.doo Venus Balls when walking, dancing, doing yoga, jumping on a trampoline, etc. The Venus Balls are great at spicing up even the most mundane of everyday tasks. The Venus Balls even make regular cleaning chores and walking in heels more pleasant.

7. How are the venus balls inserted and used correctly?

Prior to using the Venus Balls, rinse them thoroughly with warm water. Insert the Venus Balls during sexual arousal, or use a water-based lubricating gel to facilitate insertion. Other types of lubricant can damage the surface of the Venus Balls. First, insert the ball that is not attached to the silicone string. Insert the balls to a depth that is comfortable for you but not so far as to complicate removal by pulling on the string. Should you wish to wear the Venus Balls for an extended period of time, the soft string can be turned inward toward the balls, which can them in turn be easily removed by pulling on the resulting loop. We recommend using the Venus Balls 2 to 3 times per week for a period of 2 to 3 hours per use.

8. How is the Whoop.de.doo vibrator charged?

The Whoop.de.doo Vibrator is activated and charged by connecting the included original magnetic USB charging cable to the charging contacts on the body of the device. The Vibrator can be charged using either a standard power outlet charger with USB connector, or by using a computer USB port. If the charge indicator light is not on, the Vibrator is fully charged. To ensure optimal battery lifespan, we recommend recharging it after each use. The battery must also be fully charged prior to storing the Vibrator for extended periods of time. During storage, the battery must be recharged approximately every six months. Failure to do so can lead to the battery becoming over-dis-charged, which can cause damage. 

9. How should the whoop.de.doo love toys be cared for?

We recommend cleaning the Whoop.de.doo love toys thoroughly after each use. To keep them in good condition, use an antibacterial soap and wash them under running water. To store them, use the soft, breathable +Swiss cotton pouch.   The love toys should be stored in a cool, dark, and dry place. Do not use the love toys if their surface is damaged or torn! The Whoop.de.dee love toys are made of hypoallergenic medical-grade silicone, which (unlike with erotic toys made from gel or latex) is highly resistant to the growth of bacteria and also quickly adapts to body temperature.

10. Do the products CONTAIN phalates?

Non of the substances concerned (lead, phtalates) are not intentionally introduced.