Vaginal Cleaning Device
Published July 10, 2007
A vaginal cleaning device was patented. An applicator comprises an axial support post with a front end and an opposing rear end. A head with an outer diameter larger than an outer diameter of the axial support post is connected to the front end of the axial support post. A circular disk is disposed around the rear end of the axial support post and a tubular applicator body has a central opening around the axial support post and retained between a rear surface of the head and the circular disk. The tubular applicator body is made of a flexible absorbent material and an applicator extension has a front end and a rear end, with the front end integrally dependent from the rear end of the axial support post. Handle means are connected to the rear end of the applicator extension.