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Orgasm Gel to Be Launched

by Rajashri on August 12, 2008 at 5:46 PM
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 Orgasm Gel to Be Launched

A new gel promises to increase the time of a woman's orgasm from 28 seconds to 107 seconds!.

The soon-to-be launched Play O gel promises to increase desire and give longer and more intense orgasms, reports Metro.co.uk The new gel contains a magic formula of L'Arginine, an amino acid that increases blood flow, plus two cooling agents that feel tingly when applied During the trials, nearly 91 per cent of women experienced a new sensation when using Play O.


The new orgasm gel made by Durex would be launched in September.

Source: ANI
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