You Won’t Believe the Sexual Product Gwyneth Paltrow Has Launched!

Gwyneth Paltrow, the still sexy 49-year-old star, is trying to help her fellow women with a unique sex product!


Gwyneth Paltrow, and the Goop women’s wellness team, have released a brand new… libido-boosting supplement for women. Yes, you read that right! The tongue-twisting DTF is just one of Goop’s products to help women achieve optimal health, be it physical, emotional or mental, in all forms. The libido-boosting supplement has just been released, so there are no reviews on it yet, but it is available in the US now.

Now that you’ve gotten over the fact that the actress who plays the most elegant, sophisticated woman on the silver screen is promoting the product, here’s a fun fact: the product is called DTF, which stands for…

…yes, “down to f***”!

Gwyneth Paltrow shared the news on Instagram and captioned the post with the following caption: “Everyday stress and anxiety, hormonal changes, exhaustion, age… these can affect our libido and sexual health. So yes, we (with our scientific and research team) have created a supplement that REALLY helps. And yes, we called it DTF. Because, you know, we’re @goop.” 

“We’re not ashamed to say we asked for help to get our sex drive into gear. And we also know we’re not alone – everyday stress and anxiety, hormonal fluctuations and fatigue can all affect a woman’s libido and sexual health. That’s why we’ve formulated DTF with three key ingredients to support women’s healthy sexual function, vitality and mood.”
“First up is Libifem fenugreek extract, which has been clinically studied to support women’s healthy sexual arousal and desire and provide support for the management of menopause symptoms. Next is Shatavari, an adaptogenic herb traditionally used in Ayurveda to support women’s health. And for mood support, saffron extract. The ingredients in DTF work best when used over a longer period of time – consistency is key* 60 capsules (30 day supply) (*These claims have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”

Asked what prompted her to seek alternative remedies to conventional medicines, she says: “In short, when my father got sick, I was twenty-six years old, and that was the first time I thought about someone having autonomy over their health. So, while he was going through radiation and surgery and everything else, and eating through a feeding tube, I thought, ‘Well, I’m going to push this can of processed protein directly into his stomach,’ and I remember thinking, ‘Is this really healing? That seems odd. There’s a lot of chemicals in this shit.”

“That’s when I started realizing the connection, or wondering if there was a connection, and I started doing a lot of research on sugar and cancer, environmental toxins, pesticides and everything else. And I think what happens is that as soon as you try something and it works, and you feel better, you get the ‘wellness’ bug.”
Although Paltrow’s Goop brand was initially viewed with scepticism by consumers, the company has since gained a loyal following worldwide for the products it offers, as well as its magazine and podcast. I’ve given Goop stoles to some friends, and while they weren’t intimate products, the brand is synonymous with luxury. They were not something they would have bought for themselves, but they were hits! These new accessories might make the perfect stocking filler. Maybe you have that special someone on your list!

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