Mr Right Underwear Launch Men's Health Underwear
Extensive research conducted abroad and at the University of Wisconsin demonstrated that those factors affect overall health, reduce testosterone production, and lowers sperm counts. A study by the European Heart Journey revealed that Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome may be present in 30% of men and is showing signs of increasing. To combat this, Mr Right Underwear has unveiled a range of patented boxer briefs that have been specifically designed to provide no chafing to the wearer. Alongside that, the garment creates a chimney effect through the left and right creases of the groin, helping to naturally reduce the temperature of the wearer.
That is why Mr Right Underwear was developed. The underwear has been specifically designed to increase ventilation, helping to boost performance and increase hormone production... without reducing support or comfort. Currently Mr Right underwear is looking for investors to expand business to help more people."
For more information, visit https://rightunderwear.com
Name: Oliver Feng
Company: Mr Right Underwear
Address: 4/74 Karalta Road, Erina, NSW 2250, Australia
Mr Right Underwear online sell men's underwear world wide. It's patented design of men's underwear neither chafing nor overheating. The headquarter is near Sydney Australia.
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