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Carmen Electra introduces lube

Published 21/08/2015

Carmen Electra
Carmen Electra

Carmen Electra thinks it’s important women remain lubricated while having sex.

The 43-year-old Playboy model and actress has been considered to be one of the most tantalising women in Hollywood for decades.

And she only thought it natural to enter the field of sex enhancers, as the stunning star has released a line of lubricants for females called Electra by Carmen Electra.

"I'm so excited to introduce everyone to my new line of lube," she gushed, according to TooFab. "Special PH-balance for my ladies, and you know I couldn't forget the boys either. Have fun!"

Carmen dons a nude coloured skin-tight dress in one promotional image for the lube line, while another shows her in a snakeskin lingerie set.

The products are meant to minimise dryness in a woman’s intimate area – an issue that many women suffer from during intercourse.

Electra by Carmen Electra offers three different varieties, including PH-balanced, warming and sensitive. Each bottle retails for $7.95, but a three-pack that includes all of the offerings is also being sold for $19.95.

Fleshlight is delighted to be working with Carmen on this new line of sex enhancement products.

The company’s COO Brian Shubin believes she is the perfect person to collaborate with and says Carmen has helped Fleshlight reach goals they have been desperate to fulfill for a long time.

"We have been wanting to expand our female reach and Carmen is extremely popular among women,” Brian noted. "At 43 years old she’s incredibly sexy and edgy - she’s a rock star."

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