Sitz Bath

Pack Size

Quantity: 1 pcs / 1000 ml



Product Description
  • Fits securely over most standard toilets.
  • Made from durable plastic.
  • Easy-to-clean design.
  • Capacity up to 2000cc
  • Effective warm water therapy.
  • Ideal for postpartum recovery, hemorrhoids, and other perineal conditions.
Directions for Use

Basin Preparation:

  1. Lift the toilet seat and cover. Place Movease Sitz Bath basin on toilet bowl with ‘Front’ designation towards front of bowl.
  2. Fill basin with warm water (38-40 degree Celcius), about 1/2 to 2/3 full.
  3. Insert tubing through front or rear entry hole in Sitz Bath basin. Snap or secure tube into channel in basin bottom.

Bag Preparation:

  1. Position flow control clamp towards Sitz Bath bag.
  2. Using the clamp, close tubing by sliding clamp over the tube from wide to narrow side.
  3. Open top of bag and fill with warm water (40-43 degree Celcius).
  4. Place or hang bag above Sitz Bath basin. You may place it on the cover of water tank.


  1. Sit in Sitz Bath for 15-20 minutes. 
  2. Maintain water temperature by adding water gradually from the bag by opening clamp. Overflow will drain through openings at back of basin.
  3. Once desired temperature is reached, close the clamp.
  4. After treatment, empty and rinse basin. 

Movease Sitz Bath offers soothing relief for individuals recovering from childbirth, surgery, hemorrhoids, or other perineal discomforts. The kit includes a specially designed basin that fits over most standard toilets, making it easy to use in the comfort of your own home. Constructed from durable, easy-to-clean plastic, the basin provides ample space for warm water to alleviate pain and promote healing. Additionally, the kit includes a convenient over-the-toilet bag for storing and organizing accessories, such as the included peri bottle for gentle cleansing. With its simple and effective design, Movease Sitz Bath provides a convenient solution for at-home perineal care.

The device is suitable for:

  • People with haemorrhoids.
  • People with perineal wounds.
  • Women after childbirth.
  • Women with pelvic disorders.