Antwerp start-up launches nutritional supplements that boost sex life

Antwerp start-up launches nutritional supplements that boost sex life
Antwerp start-up launches nutritional supplements that boost sex life
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With Libi/Lobi, a daily nutritional supplement composed of a mix of natural ingredients and vitamins, the start-up Pili Pili wants to put sexual well-being on the map. “With these supplements we want to give people strength from within in a way that feels natural and holistic,” say the managers.

Libi/Lobi is there for those who are looking for that extra something spark in the bedroom. The formula is the result of an innovative blend, specially designed to boost sexual energy and desire. Each ingredient has been selected for its proven impact on sexual health and vitality. The company was founded by Phil Bastiaans and Nada Klaps and is based in Antwerp.

The Libi/Lobi formula contains the following elements:

  • Ashwagandha: Ashwagandha supports, among other things, stress regulation and the improvement of testosterone production. It also has benefits such as improving cognitive memory and an anti-inflammatory effect.
  • L-arginine: Stimulates lust and arousal during sexual performance.
  • Damiana: Increases sexual sensitivity through blood circulation in the lower body.
  • Panax Ginseng: Promotes blood circulation throughout the body and is beneficial for vitality.
  • Black Maca: Increases sexual desire due to its positive influence on hormone balance.
  • Schizandra berry: Provides moisture balance in the intimate parts and stimulates sexual stamina.
  • Tribulus: Known for its effects on libido and the balance of testosterone levels.
  • In addition to these natural aphrodisiacs, Libi/Lobi contains a mix of vitamins B3, B6, B12, E and Zinc.

“Sexual and relationship health challenges are often a taboo topic to discuss,” say business managers Phil and Nada. “Yet, these difficulties are more common than you think. Our modern lifestyle is often accompanied by a lot of stress, which can reduce intimacy and sexual desire. Psychological factors such as fear and social norms also often play a role in our experience of sexuality. A study by the UZA and the University of Antwerp show that almost one in five men under the age of 35 experience some degree of erection problems during sex with a partner. A British study into libido in long-term relationships among 5,000 men and 6,700 women shows that approximately 35% of women regularly ‘don’t feel like it’.”

“We also noticed the same trend of sexual difficulties in our own environment. With the supplements we want to give people strength from within in a way that feels natural and holistic. How? By strengthening both the inner, physical balance and self-confidence in adults. “

The article is in Dutch

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