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A scorching hot report from British tabloid The Sun wants to acquaint you with a new sex savior. The procedure's got all the sensuality of a cold shower, but it's blasted specifically at your lady bits/man pieces to the shrill tune of minus 160 degrees.

Apparently, the 30-minute, £50 "treatment" from a spa in Manchester is being branded as the "Love Mist." Here's a PG approximation of what the procedure looks like gone wrong:

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It's a deep chill for your genitals, and it's not so you can preserve them in a freezer somewhere until you finally get a date.

Instead, this procedure/torture tactic is meant to improve sex drive and appearance. Check out the full explanation at The Sun, but the gist of it is this: the sub-zero temp "stimulates the temperature receptors" in your most sensitive areas. In turn, you get a natural high, and maybe you want to bone more? It's unclear.

As far as making you look perkier down there, from The Sun:

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When it comes to perking up appearance, the spa said: “While the skin continues to feel the ‘freeze’ the body sends signals back and forth to the brain.

“These messengers tell the brain if there is damage to the tissues, to repair them.

“It’s this that along with the instant endorphin level energy boost and natural high, generates a tighter, youthful, clear and vibrant genital skin appearance through boosting collagen.”

I am not a scientist. But neither are the people who want to shoot -160 degree vapor mist at your gonads, probably. Here's a PG approximation of the guy doing the procedure:

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According to Forbes, "damage and genitals are two words that should not go together." They conclude that—as the Love Mist seems to have zero backing from anything resembling scientific research—any effects might be merely psychological or definitely not worth the risk.

But are you really going to let Forbes, the liberal elite, "scientists," or "doctors" tell you how to get your rocks off?

Well sure, you probably should!