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Very Important Penis, Supersoft Edition

I can’t contain my excitement about this toy even though it’s only mediocre for me. Let me count the ways this toy brought light into my life….

1) I got it in the Tantus closeout section for $40. Hello, amazeballs deal!

2) Jenna at Tantus kindly switched my toy from black to cream when I tweeted that I was sad that I got my toy after the cream ran out of stock. She emailed me personally and made sure that everything was ironed out so that I could get the toy I really wanted, and I’m so grateful, even a year later, because I love dildos that mimic my skin tone. Sometimes I take this out to use it and send silent thanks to Jenna because I can pretend it’s my dick. …/sashays around the room in joy/

3) This toy s the first toy to make me squirt! It happened! I never thought it would, but it did, and it was…. okay. Squirting isn’t as nice as a good blended orgasm for me, because I find it a little overwhelming in a bad way, but of course I had to figure out all the ways and speeds with which I could squirt, and it was always the VIP Supersoft that made it happen. I have since discovered that I can squirt without coming, and that I can squirt three times in six minutes. Huzzah!

4) Did I mention squirting? Because squirting. I feel like an accomplished human being now. Or something. Continue reading

Starting Up Again

Just about a year ago, I wanted to start reviewing toys. I didn’t get the chance to do that for personal reasons, but I can finally give it a go again, so here I am.

 

Reading my old reviews, I want to cringe, but that’s to be expected, because they’re older than a year now (and I was reviewing for Eden Fantasys…/facepalm/) The Vamp review and the Lulu Satin Scoop review are from this week, but I’m going to need some more practice before I get my reviewers’ voice down pat. I guess we’ll see where this goes for me. Next step: catch up on toy reviews (upcoming: tantus VIP supersoft, tantus acute, tantus alumina revolve, couture collection liberte vibe) and grab myself some new toys (hopeful additions: Leaf life+, We-vibe salsa, Tantus O2Mark, and the Funfactory Gigolino).

 

See you back here soon!

Vamp Up The Pleasure

The Vamp in Ivory

Folks, I may have almost found my penis soul mate. I am flat-out obsessed with my Vamp and have been since around the 5th use.

I say the 5th use because the Vamp took some warming up for me to use at first; I was intimidated, to say the least. It has very little give or flexibility, and at 5 in. circumference and 6.5 in. long, it’s considerably sized for my petite frame. Continue reading

Wave Wand by WHK GmbH (whatever that means…)

Glass Perfection

This is the perfect beginner’s toy. It’s a little small, and might be underwhelming for some, but I find it perfect for my petite frame. If you’re looking for something simple that’s able to give you plenty of pressure, but you’re intimidated by the size, bells & whistles, or shapes of other toys, then this is without a doubt the toy for you. And it’s a perfectly reasonable price for such a powerful tool! Continue reading

Antibacterial Toy Cleaner by Lelo

Easy, Clean, and Discreet

A little goes a long way with this antibacterial spray, and I’ve found it to be worth every penny. It’s easy to use and very effective. No after-cleansing rinse is required, and it doesn’t irritate my sensitive skin or aggravate my frequent UTIs. The 2oz container is safe for airport travel and is very discreet to have in your bedroom. This antibacterial gem has made my experience with toys much easier (and safer). Continue reading

Everyday Hand Cream by e.o.s.

The One.

After trying hand cream after hand cream, I’ve finally settled on my go-to! Unfortunately, it’s small and expensive, but it’s effective and convenient. I love how soft and silky my hands feel and look after using this for a week! My hang-nails and dry cuticles are just about gone, and I love the convenient pocket-friendly package (even if it is on the tiny side). This product is absolutely worth my hard-earned dollars, and I’m so glad I found it! (Edit: I like Mary Kay’s unscented hand lotion much better now, though this is still good.) Continue reading

Ultra Moisturizing Shave Cream by e.o.s.

A Sensitive Skin Winner! Best used wet, not dry.

My sensitive skin usually makes a fuss when I try anything new, but this product smoothed and soothed! It’s a little on the expensive side, but if you can find it at a bargain price, it’s definitely worth the higher price tag. It functions as well as it claims to, but if you’re looking for a bikini shave cream, you’ll want to look elsewhere. I love the scent, the feel, and the packaging, and I would absolutely recommend this product to anyone hoping to have touchable, tempting skin. (Edit: I’ve since started using this only for special occasions due to price.) Continue reading

Lulu Satin Scoo-ouch!

Because I hated mine so much I threw it out.

The Lulu Satin Scoop is made of PU (polyurethane)-coated plastic. The PU coating has a velvety texture which is nice, but isn’t completely sanitary. The plastic is non-porous, but the PU coating is somewhat porous, which traps bacteria. There is a seam that runs around the entirety of the toy, and the silver ring at the base of the scoop is a loose piece of plastic that shifts around and can pinch the skin. For that reason alone, this toy is a huge no-go.  Continue reading

Summer Fruit Organic Lip Balm by e.o.s.

Evolution of Flaky

I just didn’t love it. Compared to other EOS products, I was disappointed. It was nice, but it was only… meh. After three days of use, there were bits of skin that I could peel off with my teeth. My lips weren’t cracked or too dry, but they did peel. I was constantly smacking my lips, biting my lips, reapplying… I much prefer my LypSyl (which is cheap) or Smith’s Rose Salve (which is multi-purpose and lasts forever). For the high price of $7.99, it definitely wasn’t worth it to me. Continue reading