Naughty Product Guide
How To Find & Buy The Right Intimate Product:
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced pleasure seeker, intimate products
provide the tools you need to improve your overall sex life, no matter if you’re in a
relationship or want to enhance your solo fun and experiment with different pleasure
pursuits. To help you choose the best intimate products for your sexploration, and how
you can get the most out of the intimate product and with all the different intimate
products out there, it can be pretty hard to find the right intimate product for you.
Start With Materials:
Always start by picking a material for your intimate product. The material influences
how you use your intimate products and even how you care for it too. If you want
something soft and flexible, get an intimate product made with silicone, TPE or TPR.
Plastic and glass are good materials for intimate products if you want something
firmer. Make sure your intimate products do not contain harmful chemicals and are
Pthalates Free. Pthalates are Industrial chemicals used to soften PVC plastics. This is
usually problematic with cheaper products. Our intimate products are Pthalates Free!
Plan Your Intimate Product Budget:
There are intimate product out there for all types of budgets. You can buy a basic
penis ring or dildo for a few bucks. Or you can spoil yourself or your lover with a luxury
vibrator controlled with a smartphone.
Determine the Size of Intimate Product:
Different computer screens, operating systems, and even different web browsers
How to Use Intimate Products:
It's finally time to try out your new intimate product! Here's what you need to know
before you use your new intimate product. Wash your intimate product before using
it for the first time. Then, find a comfortable place where you won't be disturbed so you
can focus on enjoying your new intimate product. Once everything's ready, apply some
lube to your intimate product and yourself. Intimate products aren't very good at foreplay,
so even women need a little lube at first. It's generally best to start out slow when
you're breaking in a new intimate product. Gently tease yourself with the intimate
product, before focusing in on your pleasure points. After getting used to the product,
you can pick up the pace and go all out!
Excluding Our USB Rechargeable, Pleasure Kits And Disposable Battery Products,
the separate purchase of batteries is required.