Monday, January 21, 2008

Good sex and great Omega 5 oil skincare lead to good skin...

Good Sex, Good Skin
Savvy -- a Women's Magazine

The surprising link between the quality of your sex life and the quality of your skin.

It seems that a little action in the bedroom can do wonders for a flagging complexion, to say nothing of the warm post-orgasmic glow you feel all over.

"I need sex for a clear complexion," crowed screen legend of the 40s and 50s, Joan Crawford, "but I'd rather do it for love." And she was right, notes Dr Jane Halliwell, a well-known dermatologist, "By blending a number of physiological and psychological factors, sex can produce the same benefits as a week at a luxury spa."

Why, I hear you ask (as if you needed a reason)? Well, as the erotic action heats up, so do you. When your body becomes heated, harmful toxins are flushed from your system. Then there are the benefits to be had from the boost in circulation. As your heart rate increases, more blood is pumped throughout your body, especially your face. The result is that everything from elastin fibres to the skins natural collagen are plumped and firmed.

The Stairmaster was never this much fun!

Finally, all those endorphins (the hormones released by the brain that mimic the effect of morphine) that are released during sex can make your complexion look as good as you feel.
And I'll bet you're feeling pretty great, right?

POMEGA does not endorse substituting sex with Omega 5 oil products
but for those of us girls who can not share or enjoy sex on a daily basis
a daily dosage of the pomegranate seed based line is highly recommended
and perhaps will get you a step closer to real sex
You can try this greentech approach at home

1 comment:

Janet Dixon said...

Sex is a natural instinct, which every creature wishes to enjoy utmost. Getting ones sex life deteriorated causes deep worries to men of all ages, as they cannot enjoy their sex life properly. Impotency or Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is one of the most found sex related disease which males tend to attain.