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Vagina Tightening Cream S8 "Shape" (30ml)
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18,00 € *
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Vagina Tightening Cream S8 "Shape" (30ml)

Anbieter: venize.de
Stand: 09.08.2020
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JOYDIVISION 'bright 'n' white', 100 ml
14,99 € *
zzgl. 4,97 € Versand

Du würdest gerne mal Deine Intimbereiche so hell strahlen lassen wie Deine Zähne? Die bright 'n' white Intimate Whitening Cream hellt sowohl Penis, Anus oder auch die Vagina stufenweise und effektiv auf, ist aber auch für Ganzkörperanwendungen geeignet. Hochwertige, naturnahe Inhaltsstoffe sorgen für eine schonende Wirkung und pflegen die sensible Haut im Intimbereich. Dafür einfach täglich die Creme auf die aufzuhellenden Körperpartien auftragen und kurz einmassieren - so zeigt sich die aufhellende Wirkung bereits nach wenigen Wochen. Die Marke JoydivisionJoydivision ist eine deutsche Qualitätsmarke und einer der führenden Hersteller für Sextoys und Lifestyle Produkte. Dabei umfasst die Produktpalette von Gleitgelen über Hygieneartikel und exklusive Toys alles, was im Schlafzimmer Spaß bringt. Seit mehr als 20 Jahren stellt Joydivision seine Kunden mit hoher Qualität, sicheren Hygieneartikeln und innovativen Toys zufrieden.

Anbieter: Eis
Stand: 09.08.2020
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The Good Body , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 85min
9,95 € *
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Botox, bulimia, breast implants: Eve Ensler, author of the international sensation The Vagina Monologues, is back, this time to rock our view of what it means to have a "good body". "In the 1950s," Eve writes, girls were "pretty, perky. They had a blond Clairol wave in their hair. They wore girdles and waist-pinchers....In recent years good girls join the army. They climb the corporate ladder. They go to the gym....They wear painful pointy shoes. They don't eat too much. They....don't eat at all. They stay perfect. They stay thin. I could never be good." The Good Body starts with Eve's tortured relationship with her own "post-forties" stomach and her skirmishes with everything from Ab Rollers to fad diets and fascistic trainers in an attempt get the "flabby badness" out. As Eve hungrily seeks self-acceptance, she is joined by the voices of women from L.A. to Kabul, whose obsessions are also laid bare: A young Latina candidly critiques her humiliating "spread", a stubborn layer of fat that she calls "a second pair of thighs". The wife of a plastic surgeon recounts being systematically reconstructed, inch by inch, by her "perfectionist" husband. An aging magazine executive, still haunted by her mother's long-ago criticism, describes her desperate pursuit of youth as she relentlessly does sit-ups. Along the way, Eve also introduces us to women who have found a hard-won peace with their bodies: an African mother who celebrates each individual body as signs of nature's diversity; an Indian woman who transcends "treadmill mania" and delights in her plump cheeks and curves; and a veiled Afghani woman who is willing to risk imprisonment for a taste of ice cream. These are just a few of the inspiring stories woven through Eve's global journey from obsession to enlightenment. Ultimately, these monologues become a personal wake-up call from Eve to love the "good bodies" we inhabit. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Eve Ensler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/000503/bk_rand_000503_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 09.08.2020
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The Good Body
13,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

Botox, bulimia, breast implants: Eve Ensler, author of the international sensation The Vagina Monologues, is back, this time to rock our view of what it means to have a 'good body.” 'In the 1950s,” Eve writes, girls were 'pretty, perky. They had a blond Clairol wave in their hair. They wore girdles and waist-pinchers. . . . In recent years good girls join the army. They climb the corporate ladder. They go to the gym. . . . They wear painful pointy shoes. They don't eat too much. They . . . don't eat at all. They stay perfect. They stay thin. I could never be good.” The Good Body starts with Eve's tortured relationship with her own 'post-forties” stomach and her skirmishes with everything from Ab Rollers to fad diets and fascistic trainers in an attempt get the 'flabby badness” out. As Eve hungrily seeks self-acceptance, she is joined by the voices of women from L.A. to Kabul, whose obsessions are also laid bare: A young Latina candidly critiques her humiliating 'spread,” a stubborn layer of fat that she calls 'a second pair of thighs.” The wife of a plastic surgeon recounts being systematically reconstructed-inch by inch-by her 'perfectionist” husband. An aging magazine executive, still haunted by her mother's long-ago criticism, describes her desperate pursuit of youth as she relentlessly does sit-ups. Along the way, Eve also introduces us to women who have found a hard-won peace with their bodies: an African mother who celebrates each individual body as signs of nature's diversity; an Indian woman who transcends 'treadmill mania” and delights in her plump cheeks and curves; and a veiled Afghani woman who is willing to risk imprisonment for a taste of ice cream. These are just a few of the inspiring stories woven through Eve's global journey from obsession to enlightenment. Ultimately, these monologues become a personal wake-up call from Eve to love the 'good bodies” we inhabit.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.08.2020
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The Good Body
15,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Botox, bulimia, breast implants: Eve Ensler, author of the international sensation The Vagina Monologues, is back, this time to rock our view of what it means to have a 'good body.” 'In the 1950s,” Eve writes, girls were 'pretty, perky. They had a blond Clairol wave in their hair. They wore girdles and waist-pinchers. . . . In recent years good girls join the army. They climb the corporate ladder. They go to the gym. . . . They wear painful pointy shoes. They don't eat too much. They . . . don't eat at all. They stay perfect. They stay thin. I could never be good.” The Good Body starts with Eve's tortured relationship with her own 'post-forties” stomach and her skirmishes with everything from Ab Rollers to fad diets and fascistic trainers in an attempt get the 'flabby badness” out. As Eve hungrily seeks self-acceptance, she is joined by the voices of women from L.A. to Kabul, whose obsessions are also laid bare: A young Latina candidly critiques her humiliating 'spread,” a stubborn layer of fat that she calls 'a second pair of thighs.” The wife of a plastic surgeon recounts being systematically reconstructed-inch by inch-by her 'perfectionist” husband. An aging magazine executive, still haunted by her mother's long-ago criticism, describes her desperate pursuit of youth as she relentlessly does sit-ups. Along the way, Eve also introduces us to women who have found a hard-won peace with their bodies: an African mother who celebrates each individual body as signs of nature's diversity; an Indian woman who transcends 'treadmill mania” and delights in her plump cheeks and curves; and a veiled Afghani woman who is willing to risk imprisonment for a taste of ice cream. These are just a few of the inspiring stories woven through Eve's global journey from obsession to enlightenment. Ultimately, these monologues become a personal wake-up call from Eve to love the 'good bodies” we inhabit.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.08.2020
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