Our Enchantment Gel causes the clitoris to swell with blood, and Cerē has the science to prove it.
We took the first-ever medical pictures of the clitoris before and after using an arousal gel.
Our findings were published in Sexologies, the official medical journal of the European Federation of Sexology.
To make our Enchantment Gel, we put our unique knowledge of chemistry, gynecology, and radiology to the test.
It contains a blend of l-arginine and l-citrulline, two compounds that work hand-in-hand to increase blood flow. Some other arousal gels out there contain l-arginine, but this is the first to include l-citrulline as well. These two compounds work synergistically to maximize pleasure. To obtain the optimal blend of l-arginine and l-citrulline, we made and tested many samples. This formulation was in development for 5 years.
What did you hope to discover with your research?
We wanted to see how clitoral blood flow and size changed after using a gel containing a combination of l-arginine and l-citrulline. Could it cause a clitoral erection?
How did you do the research study?
A healthy 32-year-old doctor volunteered for the study. First, we used our Clitogram™ technique (Cerē’s clitoral ultrasound) to take baseline ultrasound images of the clitoris. Then we measured clitoral blood flow 5 minutes and 15 minutes after applying the gel.
How did you discover?
The gel increased blood flow to the clitoris! After 5 minutes, clitoral blood flow was higher than at baseline. And at 15 minutes, blood flow was even higher.
This pilot study helped us develop what would become the Enchantment Gel.