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Invention show gets women excited about future



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The British Invention Show has launched a host of products - including a patch to boost women's libido - to cater for women's desires and needs. Among the new ideas on offer was a tiny transparent patch that exudes dopamines and is worn by a woman on her wrist to recharge her sexual battery. Inventor Liz Paul claims that her Scentuelle is exactly what today's stressed and multi-tasking females want. She said at the Saturday (22OCT05) show, "Men have Viagra, now we women have this. Research has shown that 35 per cent of women have problems with their libido." Other inventions included a patch to curb chocolate cravings and a giant appliance called The Egg which offers a full body massage at the same time as aroma therapy and relaxing music. Inventor Cathy Morris says, "Step in stressed and emerge 15 minutes later a new person. We have had enquiries from business and even some home individuals interested in installing one at home." (SH/WNWR/SC)

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