Who should use SYLK

SYLK is safe to use by anyone that needs that little bit of additional lubrication. Vaginal dryness can occur for a variety of reasons and is experienced by most women at some point in their life. Many women use SYLK because it feels more like their natural vaginal lubrication. SYLK moistens the tissues of the vagina, helping to nourish and keep them flexible.

SYLK is not just for women, men can enjoy SYLK too! SYLK will quickly help to get you ‘in the mood’ naturally, easily and inexpensively. Anyone can enjoy SYLK’S slippery smooth velvet feel, SYLK enhances sensitivity and increases sexual pleasure.



There are some women who are lucky enough to glide through menopause with few or no symptoms but for others, the hormonal changes that typically occur in our late forties and early fifties can be a source of unhappiness, especially when it comes to vaginal dryness.

Menopause is the final menstrual period, confirmed after 12 straight months without a period or when both of a woman’s ovaries are removed or permanently damaged. When menopause occurs naturally (not as a result of surgery or other medical intervention), it’s called “natural menopause.” Most women experience natural menopause between ages 40 and 58.
Perimenopause is the transitional time immediately before natural menopause when the changes of menopause begin, and includes the 12 months after (also called “the menopause transition”). Perimenopause can last 6 years or more.
Postmenopause is all the years beyond menopause. Physical signs of menopause—also called perimenopausal changes—usually start during a woman’s 40s but also may start earlier. Many women who experience natural menopause, however, report no physical changes during perimenopause except for irregular menstrual periods that eventually stop when menopause is reached. For other women, the irregular menstrual periods of perimenopause are accompanied by hot flushes, trouble sleeping, and/or vaginal dryness.

However, you don’t have to be menopausal to improve your sex life!



The understanding of how menopause and aging affect sexual health has grown a lot in recent years. Although most women experience some changes in sexual function as they age, menopause and aging certainly do not signal the end of a woman’s sex life. With the assistance of SYLK your sex life can more comfortable, relaxing and pleasurable.
So what’s “normal”? Behind any discussion of sexual issues lies an incredibly loaded question: Exactly what is normal? A comprehensive definition may be hard to find, since normal sexuality is about as individualistic as anything can be.


Each person has his or her own standard of what sexual health or satisfaction is, based on his or her individual personal sexual needs, experiences, and biological makeup. This individual variation seems to be especially strong among women. Using SYLK will make vaginal dryness a thing of the past, it’s effective immediately, easy to apply totally compatible to your vaginal environment and is considered a bedside essential for many older women. Using SYLK everyday will help to you comfortable, specially formulated with your vaginal health in mind.



One of the best products we know of to make sex better is lubricant. (and keeping your lube plant based and chemical free is super important!)
This one simple, inexpensive addition to your sex life can absolutely transform it. When you mention the word ‘lubricant’ in a sexual manner and most people automatically think of ‘older women’ experiencing vaginal dryness during menopause (as a result of declining estrogen levels), but personal lubricants can benefit both men and women, whatever your age.
The myth that lubricants are only needed for “fixing” a sexual problem is nonsense and needs to be dispelled. Many women, young or old, suffer from vaginal dryness at some time during their life but are too embarrassed to discuss the problem or seek help.
Unfortunately, there seems to be an incorrect assumption through social and mainstream media that younger women do not need to use vaginal lubrication as they should always be “wet”, and if they aren’t, then they have a problem.

Levels of vaginal secretions vary between women and can be affected by:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Hormonal changes due to pregnancy or breastfeeding
  • Menstruation
  • Medications – contraceptive pill, anti-depressants and allergy medications
  • Assorted Chemical products – washing powders, harsh soaps, feminine sprays or douches and perfumed toilet roll
  • Lack of foreplay – women need more stimulation than men do
  • Relationship issues
  • Chemical products – washing powders, harsh soaps, feminine sprays or douches and perfumed toilet roll
  • Lack of foreplay – women need more stimulation than men do