Hyaluronic Acid For Longer Kama Sutra, Anyone?
If that was your first thought, then read on, you old bones.
Lasting sex positions may need better public relations. No need for dirty lil secrets or embarrassment on this topic. Now you’re thinking, how will I write this article? I’m almost done taking my first bottle & as usual I’ve a realization I’m keen to share.
So everyone’s goal in bed is to hopefully perform (others overly) various challenging positions every now & then. Fingers crossed that you won’t crumble tumble when you’re in the act.
While our cells produce Hyaluronic Acid naturally, are they making enough for good health?
Hyaluronic Acid is a major component in our cellular matrix. It lubricates the joints, much like oil is used to lubricate parts of machines. Hyaluronic Acid also makes up the backbone structure, which means to say, without enough Hyaluronic Acid in our bodies, the cartilage will readily fall apart! & deteriorate! Low levels of it does lead to osteoarthritic joints.
Which means to say, Hyaluronic Acid significantly improve joint health, (including those with knee, hip & low back problems. These problems sound familiar to you?) & assists natural body repair.
Did you know that Hyaluronic Acid can also help improve acne scarring, dryness, wrinkles & sun damage?
So if you regularly hear cracking joints while attempting the highly celebrated Kama Sutra for its technical rewards, then you may want to have a try with the award-winning brand, Solgar Hyaluronic Acid 120mg*. Your body might just last longer for more pleasure.
*Solgar’s award0-winning formula provides hyaluronic acid from collagen along with Vitamin C, which is important for healthy nails, skin, hair & connective tissue. Each tablet supplies 100mg of Vitamin C, 750mg of Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II, 240mg of Chondroitin Sulfate, & 120mg of Hyalutonic Acid. It is free of corn, yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, dairy, colours, preservatives.
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