Mystim continues to supply customers with sex toys during the Corona crisis
20.03.2020 | Alzenau, Germany – The safety of the customers as well as that of the team has the highest priority at Mystim. In order to continue to guarantee this security during the Covid crisis, hygiene standards have been tightened in all areas, such as production, warehouse and office. Thus, Mystim can ensure that orders continue to reach customers safely, quickly and on time.
“Every day the whole world is informed about COVID-19 with new facts and figures”, says Christoph Hofmann, Managing Director of Mystim GmbH, “we take the resulting guidelines and recommendations for action very seriously and implement them as a matter of course. For example, we have introduced minimum distances and hourly hand washing in internal dealings. All meetings and group formations were prohibited. External service providers are not allowed to enter the company premises for the time being. Our goal is to overcome this crisis together and in a meaningful way”.
This also means that Mystim is still doing everything possible to help people by providing sex toys for probably the most beautiful trivial thing in the world. “We believe that other needs should be satisfied in addition to the basic supply,” explains Jessica Hofmann, Managing Director of Mystim GmbH and responsible for product development. “After all, it would be a shame if everyone was bored to death at home during this time,” adds Hofmann.
The high-quality sex toys, with and without e-stim, can be ordered online at www.mystim.com. Vibes, geisha balls, masturbators or butt plugs – the diverse range makes women’s and men’s hearts beat faster. As a candy for all incoming orders Mystim has come up with something very special. With the code LOVEWINS, every private customer receives 15% off everything from now on.
“We should all stand together, because we are sure that we will manage this time together and are happy if we can continue to give our customers pleasure with our products despite the challenging situation”, says Jessica Hofmann.