Monday, August 27, 2012

Zestra ~ It's All About Us Women!

Zestra Essential Arousal Oils for Women

Zestra has been used by millions of women. It is recommended by health care professionals, and clinically-proven. Zestra is safe, natural, hormone-free and effective for women of all ages and lifestages. Despite the great results and huge need for women (and their partners), Zestra has reached tremendous resistance in getting its ads aired on a huge range of stations. It seems the old double standard is at work again because those same mainstream media outlets show Cialis, Viagra and Levitra ads with reckless abandon. Women should have the same opportunity as men to learn about and talk about solutions for a better sex life.

Zestra's goal is to help women achieve better sex effortlessly and Zestra is providing special offers to bloggers and to your readers to help get the word out. Please feel free to share this URL or the coupons as you wish. Zestra believes that all women deserve sexual satisfaction wants to help bring the fireworks back to your bedroom.

Many women say that feelings of desire, arousal and sexual satisfaction do not happen as naturally as they would like. Zestra was developed to provide a much needed option that is safe and effective for all women to feel more sexually satisfied effortlessly.

Zestra is a safe, patented blend of botanical oils and extracts, created to help women feel more — effortlessly. Topically applied Zestra works within minutes by heightening your sensitivity to touch — for deep, pleasurable sensations, sexual satisfaction and fulfillment.

After applying Zestra, the effects — the Zestra Rush™ — begin within 3 to 5 minutes and last for up to 45 minutes.
Zestra Featured in Shape Magazine
Zestra has been recommended by millions of women, clinically proven, and physician approved. Despite all this, Zestra has had a difficult time getting its ads approved in any sort of mainstream media. Their ads have been refused by most TV networks, cable stations, radio stations, and websites such as Facebook and WebMD. 

In a world where Viagra and Cialis can run advertisements during the Super Bowl including lines like, "An erection lasting more than four hours" why isn't it okay for women to talk about solutions for a better sex life?

Check out this article published in the San Francisco Chronicle and Huffington Post about the double standard in advertising that Zestra is constantly battling:

Important Information for You to Know about Zestra:
  • Recommended by doctors and other women's healthcare professionals.
  • Clinically proven to be safe and effective.
  • Hormone-free and paraben-free.
  • Topically-applied.
  • Works within 5 minutes, peaks at 10 minutes AND lasts up to 45 minutes.
  • Comes in convenient, single-dose personal packettes.
  • Has no known drug interactions.
  • Is made of botanical ingredients and is edible if ingested.
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Keep watching for my review in the future.


  1. Gosh sometimes it is nothing more than foreplay is needed. LOL Okay I know that as I am aging things are beginning to wane. At the same time my energy level is doing the same thing. Glad I can slow down and take my time with Dear Hubby and vice versa now.

  2. The article is from 2010. Anything more current on their fight to bring some equality to this issue?

    I remember when my favorite NASCAR drive, Mark Martin, changed his sponsorship from Valvoline to Viagra. I was sad. Who wants to wear a team hat, jacket or shirt that says Viagra on it?


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