Between the lube, arousal, oil, ejaculate, sweat, and all the rest of the glorious body fluids we see and flow through during sex, there is no shortage of elixirs left a little modesty in our layers behind the bones. But innovators in the sexual technology industry are mixing one nectar in the form of so-called liquid vibrators, which are essentially amped-up, stimulating perfumes for play and hands-free pleasure.
The latest addition to the liquid vibrator market is the Bijoux Discreet Clitherapy Compound! Liquid Vibrator ($20). But Doc Johnson also offers an offering called Buzz ($20) and a free gel called Jolt ($24). But what is it like to use these sticky vibes and live up to the hype? It was decided that I should be explored.
stay What is is it a liquid vibrator?
Liquid vibrators are a lotion-like formula to be applied to the external genitalia. Despite what the name sounds like, liquid vibrators don’t actually make your assets vibrate and vibrate like a high-end vibrator. And with the help of sexual herbs and other drugs, they are designed to increase blood flow to your bits, which increases sensitivity (especially clitoral).
Depending on your personal taste as well as the specific liquid of the vibrator you are trying (and how much you apply) these types of pleasure products can also create hand free pulses. Clittherapy’s Bijoux Indiscreta, for example, contains honeysuckle flower extract, which has long been used to improve sexual function (although it has been studied in men with mental disorders). He often brought the plant to the teeth, this drug has a numbing effect that makes the teeth tingle. Meanwhile, Solutus Jolt gel contains mint leaf oil, which creates a cooling sensation due to its high concentration of menthol.
I tried a liquid vibrator, here’s what it looks like
I’m not usually one to squirt spicy ~ liquid on myself while being masturbated. After all, my vaginal pH is so slim that I have cancer. But after learning that Clitherapy was only intended for external use, I decided to find out more precisely what was going on with all the noise.
My first impression is that the container is more like a tube of acrylic paint than a pleasure tool. How well I was smitten with the liquor itself. Much more like an ointment consistency than an ejaculate, Clitherapy is pretty white. (However, unlike some other stimulation products, it is also safe to use with sex toys, lube and latex condoms).
Ever the smallest, I put the biggest smear on my vulva. Then I used to rub the potion with my finger on my pearl. While I waited for my body to absorb the product, I listened to Dipsea’s erotic audio to get good and turned on me. Ten minutes later I felt the same pulse between my legs that I feel every time a scene of chastity comes on the screen – an effect the brand says lasts about 40 minutes.
I started to have the feeling I started to feel my thigh pressing down with the background music. The thigh meat wasn’t subtle enough to get me to the end zone, but it was enjoyable. I finally pulled out my palm-shaped vibrator, point Le Wand, and within seconds sparks! Pretty heavy, if you ask.
All in all, my experience with the Clitherapy liquid vibe has convinced me that adding another non-solid to my six seshes is worthwhile. I would gladly recommend it to any vulva owner who needs a little vavavoom to add to their daily routine. IMHO, liquid vibrators are best used in addition to, rather than non-liquid vibrators.
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