FAIRBANKS, Alaska (CitizenWire) — FAIRBANKS, Alaska, Dec. 10, 2010 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Enviromax has done it again. Five years ago, it introduced the world’s first external prostate massager – the patented Prostate Cradle™. Thousands of customers later, it’s introducing a new patented version – the “Extra Soft” – designed for men with tender prostates. So, men now have two options.
The Extra Soft version is an ideal prostate beginner’s toy that experts can also enjoy.
“External prostate massage is a hot topic, and the Cradle is at the center of attention,” says Adam McVay, a certified massage therapist and the product’s inventor.
The Cradle is revolutionary because it’s very easy to use and even works over light clothing. Sitting on the Cradle gently stimulates the perineum area – the external area known as the male g-spot. Some Enviromax customers report experiencing the best orgasms of their lives.
Through exercising the prostate, either solo or with a partner, the product may also be used to increase sexual function.
The prostate is a muscle and a gland. It can be strengthened so that orgasmic energy extends up the spine. A detailed guide that comes with the product reveals Tantra secrets, including how to experience different types of orgasms.
The Cradle has received many positive reviews from prestigious publications such as Muscle & Fitness Magazine and A.V.N. Magazine. And after five years, customer ranking for the Cradle on eBay and Amazon.com is still high.
Additionally, the anatomically-correct shape does not require batteries, making it an environmentally-conscious product, although bullet vibrators may be inserted into the cushioning holes.
Enviromax products are made to last a lifetime with patented phthalate-free, high-quality silicones. This means there is no unpleasant odor from chemical off-gassing.
“More pleasure and less effort; who wouldn’t want that?” says McVay.
For more information, visit: www.ProstateGspot.com .
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