Gwyneth Paltrow sells a supplement for boosting women's sex drive

The question is whether Gwyneth Paltrow can surprise with anything at all after she promoted a bizarre treatment for the vagina and made candles that smelled like genitals. Despite all the provocations, she doesn't stop, so now she "helps women" to have a higher libido.

Gwyneth Paltrow sells a supplement for boosting women's sex drive

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The Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow, who launched a site several years ago where she sells decorations, supplements, and "aids for a better life", has now gone a step further. She sells a supplement that says it enhances sexual desire in women, and at the same time improves mood. This supplement has only three ingredients and you should drink two pills a day for two months, in order to feel the results, proudly states the actress who charges $ 55 a bottle.

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"We are not ashamed to say that we need help when it comes to excitement. We know we are not alone! Stress and anxiety, hormones, and fatigue can negatively affect a woman's libido and sexual health. That is why our team of scientists and researchers made a supplement that helps and eliminates the psychological causes of the absence of desire" she wrote.

However, she was crucified on Twitter that she packed three herbal extracts in capsules that have nothing to do with raising libido and is trying to deceive women.

"We want evidence, please" is just one of the tweets to which the experts responded. Dr. Michelle Cohen wrote on that platform that the inscription on the bottle of this supplement states that the ingredients "can help", which is not the same as "help".

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"They deliberately use such vague expressions to make completely meaningless claims that have nothing to do with science or medicine," she wrote.

By the way, the actress has repeatedly sold things through her site that do not have the purpose they should have and charged them heavily. She paid $ 145,000 in damages in 2018 after lawsuits over a product called "vaginal egg." She advertised this product as an aid that will make menstruation regular, stop incontinence and prevent uterine relaxation.

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By: Sarah R.