5 beauty benefits of orgasms for all women

There are beauty benefits of orgasms women of all ages should know. Orgasms are the best feelings in the world.  Women who experience orgasms appear happier, more beautiful and less cranky than their counterparts who don’t experience that leg-shaking delight often.

Aside from the feeling of ecstasy that orgasms bring, there are also beauty, and health benefits of sex. Its improvements on physical appearance are numerous and even a little surprising. If only many women would spend less time on make up and spend more time having orgasms, their skin will thank them for it.

According to glamour.com, there are some beauty perks that come from an exciting sex life and having multiple orgasms.

1. Healthy skin

Since orgasms release oxytocin, a hormone that accompanies pleasure and decrease cortisol (which signals stress), you are less likely to break out or get rashes if you are enjoying partner or solo sex regularly. Orgasms also give you a radiant flush by increasing blood and oxygen flow to your face, and they fight acne by balancing out hormone levels.

2. Fuller lips

Your lips aren’t exempt from the boost in blood flow to your face, so they could look thicker and plumper, post-romp.

3. Lush hair

The improvement in circulation you get from orgasming also goes to your scalp. Intimacy will leave you with stronger, shinier, and longer-looking locks.

4. Beauty sleep

Having a good time on top of your sheets helps you fall asleep when you get between them—and sleep impacts nearly every part of your appearance. Better sleep is also one of the biggest health benefits of sex. Here’s why: Postsex prolactin helps you doze off quicker, and the oxytocin and vasopressin orgasms release make you sleep more soundly.

5. Youthful appearance

Since orgasms help keep your blood pressure low, they slow down the aging process. They also boost your estrogen levels, increasing collagen. Plus, the improvement in your sleep diminishes the appearance of wrinkles and lines.


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