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SKYN arise erectile dysfunction pill

SKYN Arise is the Latest Viagra Competitor to Hit the US

SKYN Arise is the premium condom brand’s new erectile dysfunction pill, and it’s available right now in the United States. SKYN Arise is subscription-based and prescribed online so men can avoid the potentially embarrassing trip to the GP.

Each pill contains 25mg of Sildenafil, which is the active ingredient of Viagra, and in clinical trials, the pill has shown to improve the firmness and duration of erections within the sexually aroused.

The Arise pill is not yet available in Australia, so for now, we’ll have to make do with jokes about the amusing packaging. The phallic-shaped casing is designed so that it’s ‘always up.’ Get It?

“We felt the erectile enhancement space was a missing link in offering a holistic intimate experience,” says Jeyan Heper, CEO of SKYN’s parent company LifeStyles.

“We thought about the way erectile dysfunction is usually approached and wanted to push boundaries on how we package the product and normalise the condition.”

SKYN says 40 percent of all men experience varying degrees of erectile dysfunction by age 40 with only a quarter of them seeking professional help. Viagra has obviously helped men suffering from ED, although it has remained the butt of jokes going on 20 years, doing nothing to remove the stigma.

A similar product prescribed discreetly online from a respected adult band could be a real game-changer for those looking to improve their performance in the bedroom.

US residents can try SKYN Arise right now priced from $24 a month. You can get in touch with SKYN via the link below if you want to see Arise make its way down under.

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