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- We know that Internet modes can go viral in a matter of hours, but when these trends are related to our health, we should be cautious about practicing them ourselves
Video: They Warn Of A Fashion To Spread Toothpaste On The Intimate Parts To Last Longer In Sex
We know that Internet modes can go viral in a matter of hours, but when these trends are related to our health, we should be cautious about practicing them ourselves
This has happened with the new viral practice that consists of smearing toothpaste on the intimate parts because it supposedly increases sexual performance.
The advice was shared by a self-proclaimed health care informant, and already exceeds one million views, but this information is completely false according to experts. According to the Daily Mail, O'Loan, a pharmacist at the online medical service Doctor-4-U, UK, said there is no evidence that toothpaste can help with sexual problems. This viral tip, far from causing the desired effect, can cause burns or blisters on the genitals, produced by the chemicals in toothpaste, including bleaching agents and peppermint oil, which can be extremely irritating to sensitive skin. Also, according to experts, women are at high risk of contracting a vaginal infection. Read more
They record a couple having sex in the fitting room of a store and it goes viral (VIDEO) The dangerous technique consists of 'massaging' the toothpaste over the top of the penis to combat premature ejaculation and 'lasting' 30 minutes more. As experts say, this information is completely false and will do nothing to combat premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, despite the claims being made in the video being shared.