Virgin Cream

Virgin Cream

Andromeda Andromeda
I was wondering how many people have heard of this product?

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It's a tightening cream that claims to be based on a discovery made by women over 2,000 years ago. Doubtful, really, as Vaseline is one of the three ingredients and that wasn't invented and patented until 1872.

Ingredients:
Aleppo Oak Gall (50%)
Vaseline (30%)
Olive oil (20%)

It really just looks like another gimmick. The Aleppo Oak Gall is a known astringent, so it's all it basically does is dry you out, despite whatever moisturizing properties vaseline and olive oil have. Now that doesn't sound pleasant at all!

Do you believe it works?
Do you think products like this should be taken off the market?
06/13/2010
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Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
Quote:
Originally posted by Andromeda
I was wondering how many people have heard of this product?

Link

It's a tightening cream that claims to be based on a discovery made by women over 2,000 years ago. Doubtful, really, as Vaseline is one of the three ingredients and ...
I remember reading somewhere that "tightening creams" dry you out and increase the risk of tearing vaginal tissues. That in turn increases the risk of STD transmission if you're not already fluid-bonded to your partner. And even if you are? Ouch! No thanks Kegels are the better, healthier way of achieving a stronger vaginal "grip".
06/14/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Yea I heard they are crap. Vaginal balls work much better.
06/28/2010
joja joja
Ick. I most certainly don't want to be tighter, even if it worked it would just make sex uncomfortable. The whole idea of loosening pussies is a myth anyway. They don't get looser, they just get stronger!
07/02/2010
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
BAD idea. You really should NOT put vaseline in your vagina. It takes forever to wash away and can really mess ya up.
07/02/2010
kck kck
Sounds absolutely terrible.
07/02/2010
Victoria Victoria
Yeah, I've read bad things about these creams too. I would never use vaseline internally. Be careful!
07/02/2010
Andromeda Andromeda
Personally, I think there should be some kind of regulation to prevent products like this. They just aren't safe.
07/02/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Andromeda
Personally, I think there should be some kind of regulation to prevent products like this. They just aren't safe.
The last thing we need is more regulation - just be an informed consumer. Please don't protect me from myself!
07/02/2010
Owl Identified Owl Identified
Quote:
Originally posted by Andromeda
Personally, I think there should be some kind of regulation to prevent products like this. They just aren't safe.
I agree.
07/02/2010
Noelle Noelle
Quote:
Originally posted by Andromeda
I was wondering how many people have heard of this product?

Link

It's a tightening cream that claims to be based on a discovery made by women over 2,000 years ago. Doubtful, really, as Vaseline is one of the three ingredients and ...
I've tried a shrink cream, I didn't feel any tighter. I wasted my money.
07/28/2012
Mascara Mascara
not good
07/29/2012
SneakersAndPearls SneakersAndPearls
I can't imagine on what planet this would be a good idea. I don't even like the idea of warming/cooling/arousi ng gels, let alone a tightening cream.
07/29/2012
Pinkshirt Pinkshirt
I would definitely not try it. You don't want to create a ph imbalance in your vagina.
07/29/2012
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