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Q &A's

Here you will find answers to some common questions that will help you better understand your products and maximize your pleasure!


Q: When searching for toys to experiment with, which ones are safest to use?

A: Products made of Silicone or non-porous materials like stainless steel or glass are safest. They are hygienic, easy to clean, and safe to share with others.

Q: What is an App Enabled toy?

A: App Enabled toys allow you to stay connected when your partner travels. Your partner can take control of the functions of the toy, making things more exciting, even discreetly in public . The App functions much like a remote control. This also is a great alternative to small buttons.

Q: What is a "splash proof" toy?

A: Splash proof toys can be used in the shower and can be ran under water to clean.

Q: Are Rechargeable toys worth it?

A: Rechargeable toys are durable and long lasting. They typically provide a more sealed and water resistant exterior. They save money on batteries and create less waste for landfills. They also often have a TSA approved travel lock. 

Q: What is a "Tightening Cream"?

A: Tightening creams and gels are made with natural ingredients that can be astringent to the skin. Astringent ingredients have a tightening quality to them, like tannins in wine, which makes them effective at addressing mild vaginal laxity.

Sex Tip: The vagina is a muscular canal. To improve vaginal muscle tone, you must exercise those muscles just like any other muscle in the body. 1) have sex often; and 2) do Kegel exercises regularly.

Q: How do Arousal products work?

A: Arousal creams, gels and oils are used topically to enhance genital blood flow to increase sensitivity, fostering arousal. Increased sensitivity also leads to increased climax intensity.

Q: There are so many lubricants to choose from, how do I know which one to choose?

A: Personal lubricants reduce friction and make sex better. A variety of lubricants means there's an option for every intimate encounter. Some ingredients may not play nicely with all bodies. While these ingredients usually do not have harmful effects, you may need to use caution with lubricants containing: Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Sugars, Nonoxynol 9 (Spermicide), Alcohol, or Benzocaine (numbing agents).

Note: Glycerin-free lubricants are less likely to irritate sensitive vaginas.

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PROS & CONS of Personal Lubricant Types


Good for all sexual needs: penetrative sex, masturbation, and sex toy play.

Easy to clean.

Dries out Quickly. Gets sticky


Extremely slick and long lasting.

Latex friendly

Can be used in water.

Unpleasant taste


Provides the best of silicone and water-based lubricants

Long lasting, easy to use, and easy to wash off.

Safe with toys and condoms.


Most often water-based or hybrid formulations.

Designed to be fun and flirty.

Sensory stimulating and great for oral sex.


Can increase blood flow to sensitive areas.

Wakes up nerve endings, making skin more responsive to touch.

Great for finger play.

Not for those sensitive to lubricants, or if you have vestibulitis or vaginismus.


Thicker consistency and long lasting.

Ideal for masturbation, penetrative unprotected sex, and water-play.

Used for sensual massage.

Degrades Latex

Not easy to clean off sheets and body.

GENERAL LUBRICATION RULE: You can not apply it wrong and more is always better!

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