Virginity soap: Yet another blow to women's sexual liberation

After vagina whitening creams and tightening gels we now have virginity soaps and they are selling like hotcakes in the Dubai market.

hidden February 21, 2013 18:23:58 IST
Virginity soap: Yet another blow to women's sexual liberation

After vagina whitening creams and tightening gels we now have virginity soaps selling like hotcakes in the Dubai market.

Despite the fact that these soaps do not conform to health regulations, women in Dubai  have been using it and sales people swear by its effectiveness.

The sellers of the soap claim their product will  firm up flabby buttocks firm in just one month with salespersons recommending to customers that it be used twice a day for desired result.

Virginity soap Yet another blow to womens sexual liberation

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ANI reports that several such products have hit the shelves in Dubai and are raking in the money for the retailers.

While retailers don't blink before calling them 'no side effects herbal products' the local Health Department has already been sweeping off several dubious products, from the racks of departmental stores.

The Health Department have also warned the public saying that these products which claim to be herbal has harmful chemicals which might affect adversely.

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