We thought our readers would be interested in this post on female sex enhancers from Lemondrop. And yes, they actually work.
So, we’re halfway through 2010. But when it comes to advertising about women’s sexual needs, it seems were still living in an episode of “Mad Men.”
As reported by The New York Times, Zestra Essential Arousal Oils, a blend of botanical oils and extracts that increase sexual arousal in women, has had a heck of a time getting their ads on TV, radio … even WebMD.
Meanwhile, ads for Viagra ran during the Super Bowl, and you’d be hard-pressed to find an American who can’t recite the alarming side effects of the male-libido-enhancing Cialis or Levitra.
Better yet, Zestra actually works. (Confession: We’ve tried it.) How it works: by enhancing blood flow to your nether regions so you’re more turned on.
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