PlusOne Study Reveals Masturbation's Impact on Women's Skin

NEWTON, Mass.PlusOne has released the results of a recent eight-week clinical study on the evaluation of women's skin condition after achieving orgasms regularly through masturbation.

The study, conducted with the assistance of International Research Services, Inc. (IRSI), examined 33 women over four and eight weeks based on skin's visible firmness, sagging, fine lines and wrinkles, radiance/luminosity, elasticity and overall skin appearance.

The women were tasked to regularly use one of six plusOne products, including the Vibrating Bullet, Personal Massager, Dual Vibrating Massager, Vibrating Wand, Air Pulsing Arouser and Mini Massager.

After four weeks, the study showed 64 percent of women reported that their skin looked brighter and that 66 percent of women reported that their skin looked more radiant.

Moreover, after eight weeks, 56 percent of women reported an improvement in skin texture while 59 percent of women reported that their skin felt tighter and firmer. An estimated 66 percent of women reported an overall improvement in the quality of their skin.

“Our mission is to eliminate all taboos around the subject of sexual wellness devices (reframing and opening up the discussion as health/beauty/wellness), providing high-quality, tasteful, sexual wellness products at affordable prices to traditional food, drug, and mass retailers,” said a representative of Clio, the parent company behind plusOne. “In our quest to formalize our ‘beauty & wellness’ positioning, we have discovered that yes, you can masturbate your way to better skin, and this clinical study does make a compelling case for this.”

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