East Coast News Introduces Masque Dissolvable Strips

HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. — East Coast News says it has the solution to the number one complaint about oral sex – the taste. The company is Introducing Masque, tiny, dissolvable strips that have been scientifically engineered to block the tastes of salts, bitters and proteins – the primary causes of the unpleasant taste of semen.

ECN will be unveiling this revolutionary new product at the International Lingerie Show today in Las Vegas.

Unlike breath strips that simply release flavor, the patent-pending Masque strips actually prevent specific tastes from being sensed. Although the strips are available in several flavors (like watermelon and chocolate) to enhance the experience, the primary function is to eliminate the unpopular taste. Masque strips are backed up by years of clinical research, consumer feedback and market analysis – all pointing to the fact that people would enjoy oral sex more if it tasted better, the company said. Masque strips make that wish a reality.

“Masque is just one of those incredibly unique items that people are going to buy the first chance they get,” explained Heather Rega, ECN product liaison. “The manufacturer has not only invested heavily in R&D, but in marketing as well. We’re confident that consumers are going to know about this product and flood our customers’ stores.”

ECN will distribute Masque Sexual Flavor strips. Interested retailers are asked to contact their account representative, email sales@ecn.com or visit ecn.com for more information.