Myths and Facts
MYTH: A low libido does not affect my relationship with my partner.
FACT: Your partner most likely knows that you don’t have a strong desire for sex whether you’ve told them or not. They know by how infrequently you initiate physical intimacy, or your actions once you are intimate. This may strain the relationship, as they feel that they don’t have what it takes to please you. Intimacy of any kind is important to keep a relationship healthy and strong, and many find sexual intimacy to be at the top of that list.
MYTH: I am incapable of reaching orgasm, and I never will.
FACT: This is the biggest myth that is keeping women from reaching their sexual potential. Approximately 10% of women have never reached orgasm, while more than 75% admit that they have difficulty climaxing. This is not a medical condition, despite what some believe. Every woman has the potential to reach climax, given the right conditions. Weak sensation or vaginal dryness are just two conditions that inhibit the deepest sexual satisfaction, and a supplement or gel can help.
MYTH: Hormone imbalance is always to blame for a low libido.
FACT: There are many potential causes for low libido, both physical and psychological. For some, low sensation or vaginal dryness is their biggest block from truly enjoying the best sex – in which case a gel would work wonders. Or for those who feel that they just can’t relax long enough to focus on sex, or have no desire for sex, a daily supplement is a perfect fit. It’s important to consider what’s keeping you from a satisfying sex life, and address those concerns.
MYTH: A personal lubricant is as good as a female gel.
FACT: A personal lubricant relieves vaginal dryness, thus somewhat increasing sensation. While this is a good start, it simply isn’t the most you can get from a sexual enhancement product. The difference between a lubricant and a gel, for instance, is that a gel does all that a lubricant can do plus much more. Botanical extracts work to improve blood flow to the genitals for ultimate sensation, intensifying over time to push you towards a climax like you’ve never had before.
MYTH: All supplements are created equally.
FACT: There are a lot of female enhancement supplements on the market today, which is both good and bad. A daily supplement that really works should be chockfull of botanicals that have helped women regain their sexual desire as well as power over imbalanced hormones. The best supplements deliver an overall sense of well-being in the bedroom as well as in your day to day life. A reputable company will back its claims with a guarantee that promises your money back if you don’t get results.
MYTH: Taking a daily supplement or applying a gel will negatively affect my chance of conceiving.
FACT: This has no basis in truth, when choosing the right enhancement product. We can’t speak for pills or gels full of unnatural ingredients, but we’ve tracked down daily supplements that actually enhance your chances of conceiving. Once you have conceived it’s always advisable to discuss any and all supplements with your physician.
MYTH: My sex life is good enough, so I don’t need a supplement.
FACT: Well, this isn’t so much a myth but it isn’t exactly true either. The best analogy we can think of is: You can run a mile, but why not run a marathon? No matter how hot your sex life is now it can always get hotter.
Disclaimer: Results mentioned in replies to questions are not typical and may vary.