When I first heard of Zestra Essential Arousal Oils I felt a little skeptical. I’ve tried a kajillion of these different types of “arousal” creams and jellies in the past, and I’ve never been terribly impressed. You put it on your netherbelows, wait a few minutes, and BLAMO! You are a raging sex kitten. Um, [...]
Glancing back in sex toy history, we learn that ancestors who shared our appetite for sex play used olive oil to lube up their toys. As good for our cholesterol as that may sound, we've come a long way, baby. The world's most sophisticated technology giving us a huge candy store selection of high performing formulas that keep us wet and our sex wild. If you're wondering, "Why lube?" you need only scroll down to my reviews. But in a nutshell: wet is good. Wet makes sex more fun because wet makes sex more slippery. We have five senses, and before a lube's work is done, it has heightened the lot of them. The sight of today's fun, colorful and sexy lube packaging alone is enough to get you wondering to what joy it might lead. The smell and taste can be of a rainbow of flavors. The touch of your hands on a lubed up toy and the toy on a lubed up you can feel so erotic you almost can't take it, and a warming lube can feel like you have the sun itself radiating your sensuality from down inside. And the sound? Well, you and your lube attend to the first four senses I mentioned and you'll know for yourself the sounds of pleasure you exclaim. While water-based lube is the most popular due to its easy clean-up and ability to leave your lingerie and linens stain free, silicone lube lasts longer per dollop, but is not for use with silicone-based toys. Try starting or ending your sex play with a soothing rub down of massage oil. Mmmm. Be sure to check out our article on using lubrication. Enjoy my reviews!