Review: Jewelry N’ Kegels

Hey ladies!  I’m sure by now you’ve all heard of Jewelry in Candles, the scented candles that reveal a shiny jewelry surprise as they melt.  Now there’s a fun and naughty twist on that classic idea… Jewelry N’ Kegels!

You may have heard that exercising your vaginal muscles by doing kegel exercises can help your lady bits feel tighter and better for your man.  As an added bonus, they can make your climaxes feel stronger and last longer too.  But for a busy woman on the go, it can be hard to remember to squeeze those all-important muscles as often as you should.  That’s where Jewelry N’ Kegels can help!

Jewelry N’ Kegels are insertable gel spheres that help you pay attention to those neglected pelvic muscles.  The feeling of the sphere provides a reminder to do your kegel routine.  And if having a tighter coochie wasn’t motivation enough, this innovative product rewards you with something all women love: shiny new jewelry!

Here’s how it works: The friction and warmth of your va-jay-jay slowly dissolve the patented Jewel Jell material, revealing the gorgeous gems in 2-3 hours.  When you pull the removal cord, out pops your below the belt bling!

rings on black velvet- so classy

A sample of Jewelry N’ Kegel finds!

I asked the manufacturer about the ingredients in Jewel Jell.  While they can’t reveal the details of their secret formula, I was assured that the Sil-lasto-magic compound is 100% phthalate-free and body safe.  Even better, Jewel Jell is available in a variety of scents so your man won’t be repulsed by your natural aroma.  I tried the strawberry and my partner said I smelled delicious!

My experience with this product was pretty awesome.  Inserting the sphere was a little challenging because it felt strangely sticky.  Applying a little lube fixed the problem quickly.  I could definitely feel the Jewelry N’ Kegel sphere inside me, even more than most kegel balls because it created an odd tingling sensation that increased throughout use.  The manufacturer said that this is perfectly normal, and a special feature of Jewel Jell.  It really got my attention, that’s for sure.  I never forgot the sphere was in place, so I did lots of kegels.  Two hours later, I found my gorgeous new ring!  It took quite a bit of cleaning to scrub the Jewel Jell remnants off, but once I did, it was SO PRETTY!


The only caveat I have is that you shouldn’t wear your best underwear when using Jewelry N’ Kegel.  Jewel Jell is colorful and may stain.  There’s also quite a lot of it to deal with, so you should probably consider wearing a pad or something to avoid leaking through your pants.

Jewelry N’ Kegels spheres are available in two sizes.  The regular size is recommended for most women, while large is intended for those whose lady bits have been ravaged by age, excessive sex and/or childbirth.  The handy removal cord ensures that your precious jewelry won’t get lost, no matter how stretched and cavernous you are!

You can buy Jewelry N’ Kegels for the low, low price of $39.95.  That may seem like a lot for a single use item, but keep in mind that you’re not only getting the benefits of kegel exercises, but a beautiful piece of jewelry!  You can also save by purchasing the value pack of four spheres in assorted scents for just $99.95.

Jewelry N’ Kegels was sent to me free of charge in exchange for my honest review.  Click here to buy some for yourself today!


  • Max
    April 1, 2015

    These are great! I’m looking forward to the many wedding proposals that will make use of this!

    • Lunabelle
      April 1, 2015

      OH GOD!!! I’m imagining some dude down on one knee to pull the removal cord and retrieve the engagement ring. So, SO wrong!!!

      • Lilly
        April 1, 2015

        So wrong…. and yet so right ;). ♡ this post!!

        • Lunabelle
          April 2, 2015

          Your Farbweschel post was excellent too!

  • Aerie
    April 1, 2015

    But… is the removal cord phthalate-free?!

    • Lunabelle
      April 2, 2015

      Of course…I mean, manufacturers would NEVER hide phthalates in a toy, right?

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