This website was last updated on: Friday May 24th 2019
Worldwide 2005 - 2019
Since 2005, Viafin-Atlas Ltd. have provided over 120,000 SenSlip Foreskin products worldwide. About 15% have been purchased by women on behalf of their circumcised partners.
If you need to contact us regarding the SenSlip* Foreskin please feel free to do so.
WARNING & SAFETY NOTICE
The SenSlip foreskin is not a sex toy. Your man puts it on in the morning and takes it off at bedtime, just like his shirt. (.... some of our regular users report that they do wear the SenSlip at night too.) The SenSlip foreskin is not to be inserted into any part of the body.
The SenSlip foreskin contains natural rubber latex proteins which may cause allergic reactions. Safe use of this product by or on latex - sensitive individuals has not been established
Many circumcised men do not wear boxer shorts ! If they do, and they are comfortable, their glans is likely to be very de-sensitised. A lot of circumcised men are unable to wear boxer shorts for this reason. Wearing the Senslip on a daily basis, underwear of any shape, made from any material is no longer a problem. The SenSlip protects the most sensitive part of the circumcised penis. Friction and rubbing from just moving around is no longer uncomfortable. Many active women have experienced 'jogger's nipple' caused by movement of their breasts against their clothing !
15% of the world's male population have been circumcised. In Europe, less than 3% of the male population have been circumcised.
A 'normal' infant non medical circumcision removes anything from 20% to 80% of the highly sensitive skin structure from the penis.
A circumcised man is going to receive less stimulation during sexual activity than an un-circumcised, or intact man. The latest findings stated in The British Journal of Urology (International) indicate that a penis with a foreskin, is on average about four times more sensitive, than a circumcised penis. The foreskin contains more nerve endings than all ten fingertips. An un-circumcised man has on average about 12 Square Inches (78 Square Centimetres) more nerve rich and sensitive tissue, compared to a circumcised man.
Many women claim that a large part of their sexual desire is to know that their partner is receiving the maximum pleasure during sexual fun and activity. Since 2005, the Senslip Artificial Foreskin has brought back sensitivity for many individuals throughout the world. Foreskin restoration is a brilliant method for recovering the glans but for some foreskin restoration is too much to go through or downright impossible. The latter, being the reason for the lack of penile shaft skin to start restoration. The Senslip foreskin has not suited everyone who has tried it, but for those who have liked it, it has brought back much of the sensitivity lost through circumcision. The Senslip is worn on a daily basis and more information regarding the use of the SenSlip is on our 'SenSlip' page.
The SenSlip substitute foreskin, when worn on a daily basis, allows the glans to go through the natural process of de-keratinization (thinning of the glans membrane). The mucous membrane of an un-circumcised penis is around fifteen times thinner than that of a circumcised penis of a man in his middle years. The sensitivity of an un-circumcised man's glans, is highly sensitive to touch and feel. For many men, the SenSlip foreskin has brought back the sensitivity, naturally, in just a few weeks.
The man in your life may have many worries and concerns. As he matures with age, the health and wellbeing of his body will become more of an issue. Reassurance for you both, is a natural and effective way of staying happy and together. With many circumcised individuals, one part of his body, where reassurance may not be enough is his penis and his sexual satisfaction. The evidence of this, is now well documented.
Your man may have many questions and self doubts. Some may be real, other self doubts may be in his mind. If he is circumcised he may be suffering a lack of sensitivity in his 'glans' or head of his penis. Bear in mind, what is received as a 'normal' circumcision' varies from 20% of the penile skin structure being removed to 80% of the total skin structure being removed by circumcision. More than 80% seems to fall into the category of a 'botched circumcision' Any skin removed contains highly sexually sensitive nerve endings and specialised protective tissue. There is a direct relationship between the amount of skin removed and the decrease of sensitivity and ultimately, enjoyment of a sex life. Sadly, everything will deteriorate with age. Years of wear and tear and rubbing of clothing against his glans will have undoubtedly toughened and thickened the skin membrane of his glans. (Over the last nine years, the Viafin-Atlas team have received many emails from female partners who have been affected by their partner's circumcision).
An average infant non medical circumcision removes around 20,000 sexually sensitive nerve endings along with the best protective glans cover that nature provided when he was born - his foreskin.
Welcome to the Ladies Page ......