Becoming a mum

Becoming a mum
The mix of excitement and apprehension when that little blue line appears is difficult to describe. You’re pregnant and life will never be the same again!

Life changing

When women have their first baby there are big life changing decisions to be made. Career choices (go back
to work, stay at home, go part time), financial planning, even changing the car can all be on the agenda. And these aren’t the only changes! Your body is in hormonal overdrive, and as usual there are some down sides. We are
all aware of morning sickness but some pregnant women will suffer from vaginal dryness too.

Safe to use

You will naturally be careful about any product you use during pregnancy, but with Sylk you can be reassured that our natural gentle ingredients are the kindest choice for you and your baby. Sylk has no hormones or chemicals and is paraben free.

You can trust sylk to resolve vaginal dryness gently and safely whenever you need it. You can try Sylk for free
by sending off for our free sample.


Resuming lovemaking

Worrying about whether sex will be painful post childbirth is natural, however much the guide books tell you
it will be ok. Adjusting to being a parent, the sleepless nights and changes to your roles and routine can impact relationships. Many women (and their partners) worry about the ‘ouch factor’ when it comes to resuming their sex life after child birth, and this anxiety can make it difficult to relax.

Anxiety interferes with the natural arousal process which affects the amount of lubrication the vagina produces.

A little Sylk can help readdress the balance, making everything comfortable and giving you confidence.


Sylk’s female friendly formula mimics your own natural lubrication, and is safe to use with condoms and while breastfeeding. Odourless, tasteless, non-staining and hormone free, Sylk makes sure that you don’t have to worry about the ‘ouch’ factor when making love. At the time when you and your partner are ready to become intimate again, Sylk really is a girl’s best friend.

Sylk should not be used if you are trying to get pregnant, because all lubricants can inhibit the mobility of sperm.