Men who have complained about having to pop pills and use pumps and do everything else to satisfy their women can now breathe a sigh of relief, as the gap is about to be bridged.
An Indian company called Ultratech has developed a vaginal tightening cream called 18 Again. While the company claims it was created to empower women, it has been met with a lot of backlash.
Not only have they found the product itself offensive, but also its television advertisement, shown below.
Rishi Bhatia, chairman and managing director of Ultratech India, defended the product, saying
“18 Again is a first-of-its-kind product for women in India.
“This product is being launched in India post clinical trials conducted among women of all age groups under dermatological control.
“18 Again has the power and the potential to break the shackles and redefine the meaning of women empowerment altogether.”
This comes after another product in India, called Clean and Dry, which promised to brighten the skin around the vagina in order to improve the experience for her partner. (I don’t understand how anything with “Dry” in the title should be a vaginal product looking to better the experience for the man, but that’s just my marketing background taking over)
Many are sickened by the fact that these products are being marketed as hygiene products, claiming it is ridiculous and offensive.
The product has not yet hit stateside, but I’m sure some American women will be looking for a non-surgical alleviation of the dreaded “Wizard’s sleeve.”