Squatty Potty Review

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned for free as a thank you for writing this post. Regardless, all opinions expressed are completely my own.

The Edwards family–consisting of husband and wife Bill and Judy and son Bobby–had always been very health conscious. When some colon troubles began to bug them, they sought an inexpensive, all-natural way to treat them. Which led them to the discovery that squatting to go the bathroom was the way that God had designed our bodies. Therefore, they set to work to design a stool that would mimic squatting while using a standard toilet. The result was their product and company, the Squatty Potty, founded in October of 2010.

We were sent a Squatty Potty in the Tao Bamboo design to review.

The stool came in four pieces and included all the hardware and tools necessary to construct it. It took me less than five minutes to get it put together.

The stool is designed to slant forwards or backwards based on personal preference. I set ours to slant backwards.

The stool is sturdily constructed, looks beautiful, and even has some grooves to help keep our feet from slipping when in use.

Here’s the stool around our master bathroom toilet. It matches our wooden floors nicely and fits well in our country home.

The Squatty Potty comes in two different heights: 9 inches and 7 inches. I chose the 9 inches because I thought both my hubby and I were flexible enough for it. Turns out that I am, but he needs some practice! I personally really like the height of the stool as it’s  very comfortable to use.

One thing I noticed when I started using the stool was that, during longer sessions, my legs no longer lost circulation. Previously, when I was sitting for more than 10 minutes or so, my legs would start falling asleep; apparently, keeping them in a squatting position is better for circulation, too!

I’ve also noticed that I don’t need to be sitting there for so long. I get my business done quicker. And easier. I know this is probably TMI, but I’m trying to make it as minimally icky as possible!

I can’t be for sure that my colon health is better (at least not at this time), but “going” is a lot easier and quicker now thanks to our Squatty Potty. I’ve also heard that using a Squatty Potty helps to minimize the bulge around the waste line. I’m looking forward to seeing if that it’s true, too!

squatty potty

You can purchase a Squatty Potty stool in one of three different designs online at www.SquattyPotty.com. Plus, use the coupon code “measuringflower15” to receive 15% off your order!





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Comments

  1. Jennifer T says

    Crazy, I was just telling my husband about these about 2 hours ago because I was remembering the potties in China and told him that some people in the US have a little stool to convert our toilets so that we can be in the same position. And here this is! I’d probably get the classic one.

  2. Rebecca Peters says

    I would pick the bamboo one, love how sturdy it is! I have found myself tripping over the other ones and kicking them all over the place!

  3. Mary Beth Elderton says

    I’d choose the Tao Bamboo. I am amazed to learn about how much better the body’s alignment is for elimination using this.

  4. Vanessa says

    I’d choose the classic. My son is learning to use the potty but he’s short so this would be great!

  5. Patricia B. says

    Informative video.. I would select the Squatty Tao Bamboo. It would fit in best with our home’s decor.

  6. Laura says

    I would go with the classic style, and I like that it’s suppose to help with hemorrhoids good to know for the next pregnancy.

  7. Kathy Davies says

    As a midwife and childbirth educator I always encourage moms-to-be and EVERYONE else to use a stool to have a stool! I would love to use one of these!! It is the Cadillac of stools!!

    • Kathy Davies says

      PS, of course the bamboo one is what I like, but I would happily use any one of them!!
      Blessings!!!

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