Kourtney Kardashian preaches ‘vaginal health’ advice after being slammed by gynecologists for new Lemme gummies
KOURTNEY Kardashian has apparently “hit back” at claims that her new Lemme gummies “don’t work.”
Kourtney, 43, recently promoted Lemme Purr, which is being advertised as a “new vaginal health chewing gum” that targets “vaginal health.”
However, various medical professionals have criticized the product and one even called it a “vaginal scam”.
Doctor Jen Gunter took to Instagram earlier this week and shared a screenshot of Kourtney’s latest Lemme ad and wrote alongside it, “Just another vaginal scam brought to you by the burgeoning Kardashian empire.
“Block. Ignore. Don’t intervene because that feeds the algorithm.
“Anyone who suggests your vagina isn’t fresh or needs an improved flavor is a misogynist and a terrible person and yes that includes you @kourtneykardash and your @lemme Grift.”
dr Gunter continued, “Arming the patriarchy for profit is misogyny. Her vagina is great.
“And this pineapple myth needs to die. It’s a myth and one of the reasons I had to put a chapter on food in the Vagina Bible,” she added.
However, mum-of-three Kourtney had none of it and took to her Instagram story on Wednesday night and continued promoting the product.
Filming herself at home, she said in a new video, “Lemme Purr just launched today and vaginal health and balancing vaginal pH is something my OBGYN has been talking about for years.”
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OBGYN refers to a professional working as an obstetrician and gynecologist.
“And it can be thrown off so easily by the foods we eat, by sex, by antibiotics, by stress, and I’m so proud of our Lemme Purr Vaginal Vitamin Gummies.”
“And they have a clinical dose of probiotics that target vaginal health and it’s something that’s not talked about enough and yes it tastes like a tropical vacation too, bonus points!” Kourtney added.
A pack of Lemme Purr will set customers back $30, while a three-pack will set you back $80.
A description of the product on Lemme’s website reads, “Keep it balanced: Enjoy a real pineapple moment while clinically studied SNZ 1969™ probiotics specifically target vaginal health and pH to ensure freshness and smell.” to support.
“We’ve also added vitamin C for antioxidant benefits and real pineapple extract.*”
However, not everyone rushed to buy the product and an online thread was flooded with fan testimonials about the gummies as well as Kourtney’s unique ads.
One reviewer wrote, “Ladies, please consult your doctor before purchasing vagina vitamins from the Kardashians.”
Another wrote: “Let’s face it, she’s in it for the promotion, not the products.”
A third commented: “I like how she always tries as little as possible lol. It’s like she said, ‘I’ll do the photoshoot while I can lay down.'”
Someone else said: “She’s so blurry her chin keeps disappearing and it looks like she’s just a face neck built like a thumb and has the expression of one. No wink, no smirk, no lewd look… That’s cleared up for so many people. I’m dying.”
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