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Deus Butt Lotion Kickstarter 70% off + s&h + taxes

Muffington 20 11 July 6, 2016 at 05:42 PM in Health & Beauty (4)
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Deus released coupon KICKSTART for 70% off + s&h + taxes, my total for 2 bottles came to $9.76, which will last me 6 mos.

www.ButtLotion.com

Deus "Day-oos" Lotion is a hypo-allergenic topical cleansing lotion applied to toilet paper before wiping, so that you can maintain maximum freshness between showering.

Your butt requires simple, not complex, ingredients to sustain routine sanitation. Deus' special formula was created to eliminate rogue flakes, smells, swamp conditions, chaffing/rubbing/rashes, itching and many other symptoms for people who care about maintaining cleanliness throughout the day or require a soothing experience when wiping.

We understand this is a cheeky topic, luckily, the creators of Deus are anal about cleanliness. Without the need for harsh preservatives, Deus focuses on 3 primary ingredients to clean, heal and protect our rears.

Directions:
1. Apply a pea-size amount of Deus onto clean toilet paper and wipe your rear.
2. Wipe away, or reapply as desired, until toilet paper reflects a clean derrier.
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I use a much better product that is also hypo-allergenic but environmentally friendly when you dispose the toilet paper. It's called Eau du Evier. Hard to find in some places but a great product. Besides, you don't have to support the god blasphemers!
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is there a way to bulk buy? I need a s**t ton
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Get a bidet.
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...Besides, you don't have to support the god blasphemers!
Not sure if you're serious but if you look at the product packaging, the D in deus is not capitalized, which in Latin changes the translation from God to divine, which clearly has more meaning than to blaspheme your God...settle down.
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Here is the product page: http://www.deuslotion.com

Found this info:

It all started many years ago when our CEO had a best friend who used to wipe his butt with lotion. He thought it was rather odd until one day he decided to try it. You see his friend has irritable bowel syndrome, which -- interesting fact -- unbeknownst to most, is prevalent in 1 out of every 50 people. Due to his excessive wiping, the dry toilet paper caused severe anal irritation and using wet wipes was expensive and left his butt feeling wet after he was done not to mention the risk in clogging your sewer lines.

After our CEO tried it, he told other people who also loved it and one of them fortunately suggested to develop a formula and market the product. On his advice that's exactly what we did!

Deus lotion entered the market in the spring of 2010. After many stumbling blocks, ownership changes, formula improvements we can officially say we are ready to take the market by storm. We feel confident that you will enjoy a better wiping experience after using Deus. After all the word Deus means "divine or heavenly" in Latin and that's exactly how the product makes you feel.

We have a slogan in our office that reads, "We are anal about the cleanliness of yours". Truly our mission is to provide the best possible wiping experience in the world by working with the best chemists in the world. We hope you join the bathroom hygiene revolution and try it out for yourself.



Our Distributor

The Bathroom Hygiene Company has spent countless hours working with chemists to formulate the right ingredients that provide the maximum amount of comfort. We have come to realize that this is our passion and a critical focal point to ensure business success. With that in mind we started looking for a partnership to help us get our product in the marketplace. We are pleased to announce that we have formed a partnership with Buttlotion.com who will be the sole distributor of Dues Lotion. They are just as energetic and passionate about the bathroom Hygiene revolution that we are creating.

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Not sure if you're serious but if you look at the product packaging, the D in deus is not capitalized, which in Latin changes the translation from God to divine, which clearly has more meaning than to blaspheme your God...settle down.
After all the word Deus means "divine or heavenly" in Latin and that's exactly how the product makes you feel.
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Get a bidet.
I agree!
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Quote from apffel View Post :
Not sure if you're serious but if you look at the product packaging, the D in deus is not capitalized, which in Latin changes the translation from God to divine, which clearly has more meaning than to blaspheme your God...settle down.
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After all the word Deus means "divine or heavenly" in Latin and that's exactly how the product makes you feel.
Sorry Charlie, I don't know where you guys are getting your info but divine in Latin is Divus. Deus means god or deity which are the same thing. But not divine. Divine means godly.

But... I'm not religious anymore and I wasn't being serious on my complaint. Nor was I being serious about the "Eau du Evier" which no one cared to see what it meant either.

The only reason I'm responding is because I saw you guys spreading misinformation.

Here is the definition of Deus according to the new bible:
""Deus (Latin pronunciation: ['de:?s]) is Latin for "god" or "deity". Latin deus and d?vus "divine", are descended from Proto-Indo-European *deiwos, "celestial" or "shining", from the same root as *Dy?us, the reconstructed chief god of the Proto-Indo-European pantheon.""
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