Gwyneth Paltrow knows how to get people talking. Whether they’re discussing her vagina-scented candle or controversial jade eggs specifically designed for down there, the word on everyone’s lips is Goop. Amongst being accused of overworking and underpaying employees, Goop has released a dietary supplement to support women’s sexual desires called ‘DTF’, and it means exactly what you think it does. Let’s unpack it, shall we?
What Is Goop’s DTF supplement?
According to Goop’s official statement, the DTF supplement is a daily ingestible formulated to support women’s sexual desire, arousal, and mood. Goop claims this supplement is something we can add to our “sexual-wellness toolkit to help address some of those common physiological roadblocks to desire”.
Allegedly, the supplement aims to combat everyday stress, anxiety and hormonal fluctuation that adversely impacts women’s libidos and sexual health. However, the supplements are not just about sex, they’re about supporting pleasure more often. Where do we sign up?
What’s In Goop’s DTF supplement?
This unique product comprises three key ingredients to support healthy sexual function, vitality, and mood in women; Libifem fenugreek extract, Shatavari and Saffron extract. While alternative medicines are not always embraced, Goop advises that these natural botanicals are clinically affirmed to support an array of concerns including mood support, hormone balance and sexual support and balance. Plus, it’s a vegan and plant based formula, free from hormones, gluten and soy.
Where Can I Buy Goop’s DTF supplement?
Whilst the Goop range is available to purchase at Mecca, there is no word on if the DTF supplements will be coming to Australia anytime soon. The product retails for $55USD for 60 capsules—a 30 day supply.
On the surface, these supplements sound too good to be true—love in lockdown is difficult and for some of us, our sex lives have suffered—however it’s worth noting that their claims have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, America’s equivalent to the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
If you’re looking to get your libido on track, or even wanting to learn more about your sexual desires, there are plenty of free and reliable resources to check out including the fabulous Chantelle Otten, Laura Miano and Bryony Cole.