Sylk is the only natural lubricant available on NHS prescription.
Health Professionals working across all disciplines looking
after women’s health, are happy to recommend Sylk.
Sylk works with the Royal College of Nursing, The UK Menopause
Nurse Group, Relate, Macmillan and Individual Nurses and GPs.
Sylk works with Relate
Women with relationship and/or sexual problems often turn to Relate for help. Many therapists suggest their
clients try a vaginal dilator to facilitate lovemaking. The Amielle Comfort dilator from Owen Mumford comes
pre packed with Sylk.Visit the links below to find out more:
Macmillan nurses support women with cancer. They help them cope with the symptoms and side effects of the
illness itself and treatments like chemo and radiotherapy. Unfortunately vaginal dryness can be a side effect of
some cancer therapies, and some women may need the help of a vaginal dilator when dryness is very severe.
The Amielle Care dilator comes pre packed with Sylk.Visit the links below to find out more:
Health professionals across many disciplines looking after women’s health are familiar with most lubricants.
As professionals they are naturally very careful about being seen to endorse any particular brand, so we were
delighted when we received the testimonials below and were given permission to share them.
Don’t just take our word for it
Not only is Sylk suitable to relieve every day dryness caused by normal hormone fluctuations when pregnant,
breastfeeding or starting the menopause, it is also suitable when dealing with more serious physical or
sexual/relationship issues requiring specialist medical intervention and help.
“In our professional experience of using these products we have found that a 42g tube
of KY lubricant lasts about 1 month, whereas a 40g bottle of Sylk natural lubricant lasts
about 8 months. This makes Sylk more economical compare with other lubricants.”“Each application of KY Jelly uses 5 grams compared with about 1/2 gram per
application for Sylk.”
“In addition it is a better product in terms of ease of use, effectiveness to control symptoms
and patient and partner comfort.”
Hilary Jefferies B.Sc (Hons)
RGN, Macmillan CNS/Lead Cancer nurse
Runs a nurse-led clinic for women receiving pelvic radiotherapy at the University Hospital NHS Trust Birmingham,
approximately 20 women are seen each week and advised to use Sylk.
“All the clients who try Sylk natural lubricant say how excellent it is – far superior to other
forms of lubricant on the market – and a real aid to improved sexual functioning.”