Monday, October 17, 2011

Today in Products You Were Probably Better Off Not Knowing About

Posted By on Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 5:00 PM

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Available in packs of three for $12 and with one of the more amusing FAQ sections in recent memory, introducing Masque, "a paper-thin, gel strip that dissolves on your tongue and completely disguises the taste of semen during oral sex for up to fifteen amazing minutes":

How does it work?

Masque is partially comprised of flavor masking ingredients that work to block taste profiles associated with oral sex on men, and semen (salts, bitters, and proteins). These masking ingredients are all microencapsulated into an orally dissolvable, flavored strip.

Is Masque like other novelty products? (e.g. flavored lubricants and flavored condoms)

No, Masque is not another flavored novelty product. Masque has been designed by a team of scientists and researchers who have engineered a formula combining individual taste receptor blockers which are microencapsulated in a paper thin, dissolvable, oral gel strip.

Couldn’t I just use a mint or Altoid for a similar effect?

Masque doesn’t overwhelm the flavor or cover it in the way that a mint does. For up to fifteen minutes after the strip dissolves on your tongue, the salts, bitter and protein are completely masked to your taste receptors.

Is Masque just like a Listerine® strip?

Masque is a similar product to Listerine® strips in that they are both dissolvable oral strips. The similarities end there. Masque actively conceals all flavors associated with going down on your man.

[HT: The Frisky]

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