New glitter is a recipe for vaginal disaster
It’s not something the average pharmacy is likely to stock, but sweet-tasting vaginal glitter is a new craze.
It’s such an internet sensation, that gynaecologists around the world warned women to stay well clear of the product, marketed as Passion dust intimacy capsules.
Think inflammatory vaginal discharge, vaginal wall granulomas and bacterial vaginosis, just to name a few of the possible adverse reactions to these so-called glitter bombs, writes one critic, US gynaecologist Dr Jen Gunter writes in her blog.
But Dr Gunter’s online warning doesn’t appear to be working. The products have sold out.
The product’s creator, Lola Butterflie Von-Kerius, has told the New York Times a new order is coming in every minute.
She describes her creation, which is designed to be inserted one hour before intimacy, as a novel way to