Benefits of using the Bidet

Hygiene Products For all members of your family, Women, Men, Elderly and Children. For female hygiene and pregnant women..

Health Issues

Simple Easy installation. Do it yourself.
Convenient Easy to Clean-up process after
bowel movement.
Hygienic Easy clean-up for women during
menstrual cycle and pregnancy.
Assists User-friendly for the handicapped
and those with hypertension and obesity or the infirm during clean-up.
Hazard As it is a non-electrical product.
Durable Made from ABS material.
All Weather Both hot and Cold Weather.
Affordable Low price with high quality finish.
Economical Minimizes usage of water and
toilets paper.
Fits Compatible with most standard-sized
toilets bowls.
Space saving Installs into existing toilets
Guaranteed 1 full Year.
Gift Suitable for the all ages and
occasions. The perfect gift.

Health Issues

Daily Use
Avoid most of the conditions below while enjoying the superior cleansing action of water. Often praised for their potty-trained virtues, bidets can be an invaluable aid to the handicapped and infirm, as well.

Therapeutic Use
Cystitis and Urethritis
Treat these female urinary tract infections with daily bidet rinses.

The cause of several more serious problems, including fissures, hemorrhoids and infections. Best advice: live right and don’t get it in the first place. When you do, don’t strain, try a warm water rinse instead. It will sooth the surrounding muscles and membranes and contributes to a more normal bowel movement. Should the condition persist, consider a mild laxative.

Swollen veins that can bleed block and burn so badly that you’ll try an thing. Creams and suppositories can help, but often don’t. The ingredients in cleaning pads may cause allergic reactions, doing as much harm as good. Do yourself a favor and treat the affected area with regular water rinses.

The Runs
Whether it’s diarrhea or dysentery, continual use of toilet paper can only make matters worse. You’ll appreciate a soothing rinse and retain important natural lubricants.

To be safe, always check with your doctor first.