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René Furterer
France BOULOGNE Ile-de-France 92100 45 place Abel Gance

EXCITEMENT GEL FOR WOMEN

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An orgasmic, hypoallergenic gel, dedicated exclusively to female pleasure.

Gentle and natural, the YESforLOV excitement gel for women acts exquisitely at the source of arousal by stimulating the sensitive, sensory nerves of the clitoris and intimate areas. So you can slowly take her to unexplored regions of pleasure.

A quivering... dewdrop. An instinctive reaction, tactile dialogue, growing excitement, dizziness, OH YES!

DESCRIPTION

An orgasmic, hypoallergenic gel, dedicated exclusively to female pleasure.

Gentle and natural, the YESforLOV excitement gel for women acts exquisitely at the source of arousal by stimulating the sensitive, sensory nerves of the clitoris and intimate areas. So you can slowly take her to unexplored regions of pleasure.

10g / 0,35 oz Made in France

RESPECT FOR YOUR SKIN

The Excitement gel for women is guaranteed hypoallergenic *.

The Excitement gel for women has been dermatologically tested .

Cosmetovigilance : No undesirable effects have been reported to date.

* Formulated to minimise allergic reactions.

COSMETIC ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

The properties of Arginine An active ingredient with properties that improve vaginal circulation and stimulate the perivascular nerves needed for a woman’s sexual arousal.

The properties of Ginseng extract An active ingredient with properties that stimulate sexual desire and encourage vaginal orgasms.

The properties of Kigelia extract An active ingredient with properties that help to limit vaginal relaxation and distended and weakened tissues. Its “tightening” effect will lead to the production of collagen fibres and improve vulval and vaginal tone.

The properties of rose extract An active ingredient with properties that contribute to the sensation of letting go, producing a general stimulating, neurotonic and aphrodisiac effect.

The properties of peppermint An active ingredient with properties that improve blood flow to heighten your desire in a thrilling sensation of hot and cold.

PRODUCT BENEFITS

A formula for the most sensitive intimate areas Because the sensitivity of intimate areas varies from person to person, the YESforLOV Excitement gel for women has been specifically formulate to act gradually and gently.

A highly-concentrated formula Just a drop of this orgasmic gel is enough. The tube should provide around thirty applications.

An intimate and innovative applicator The tip is made of several flexible nibs for applying the gel directly to the clitoris and labia for a shuddering caress.

Superior presentation White and gold packaging encasing a glossy tube, a single modern, upscale identity equally at home in your handbag or on your night stand.

APPLICATION RITUAL

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Effective textbook reading is a key study skill for student success. Nearly every class makes you read them.

“Makes” is the right word here. “Requires,” “forces,” or “insists” will also work. Few people read textbooks unless they have to. If you read textbooks for fun, shoot me an email. I need to interview you, because I don’t think you exist.

Reading textbooks is weird . That’s right – weird. Granted, we all have to read them. But even you bookworms – the kinds of people who devour the Twilight books in one week, or Harry Potter, or the Hunger Games books – know that textbooks are a bit weird.

Reading textbooks is weird

Think about it. Textbooks are the only books you read today that have pictures on nearly every page (Dr. Seuss fans excluded). In fact, should you be forced to read a textbook without pictures, you are in real trouble. Those books get seriously tough. Nevertheless, understanding how to read a textbook is vital.

inform and educate.

The goal of the Harry Potter books is very different. Novels tell stories. Textbooks communicate ideas through explanations of information. Because of this, you need a different strategy for reading textbooks. Follow these four easy steps to get on your way.

Reading a textbook chapter front to back ensures that you will waste time.

I know it’s counter-intuitive to not read a book front to back, but don’t do it. Mystery novels stink when you read the back first, as do good thriller movies. If you read the last page of a Sherlock Holmes novel before you read the story, it’ll be lame. If you know Bruce Willis is dead, don’t watch the 6th Sense.

But textbooks are rarely building to a suspenseful twist at the end. I promise. I’ve read a lot. They don’t come with surprise endings. “And then, Abraham Lincoln dodged the bullet!” Yep, that’s never going to be in a textbook.

But textbooks are rarely building to a suspenseful twist at the end. I promise.

Want to try this strategy? Try reading your textbook chapter in this order:

Go to the questions at the end first . Read them, answer them to the best of your ability, and then begin your actual reading strategies. This will sort of “prime the engine” of retention.

Go to the questions at the end first

Next, read the final summary of the chapter. This will give you a general background as to the Big Ideas in the chapter.

Next, read the final summary of the chapter.

Third, look at the headings and subdivision of the chapter.

Fourth, read the chapter introduction.

From that point you can then work through the chapter from front to back. By taking this out-of-order strategy, you are focusing not on the chronological order, but rather connecting the ideas found in the chapter together. This is infinitely more important than reading things in the order they were written.