Vulva Balm

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Brand: Sensuous Beauty

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Love your lady parts with this delicious moisturizing balm made of natural ingredients, organic oils, and wildcrafted butters. Formulated for women experiencing vaginal dryness due to menopause or other hormonal shifts, it also soothes just-shaved or -waxed skin and may be used as a (non-latex-compatible) lubricant. May be used daily or as needed for soothing, moisturizing relief, or just to enjoy the luscious scents: Violet Flower has soothing properties, Rapturous Rose stimulates circulation.

An Ecorotic® choice, packaged in recyclable glass (1.25 fl. oz.) jars.

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Ingredients: Violet Flower: Organic Sunflower Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Organic Violet Flower Infusion, Beeswax, Wildcrafted Cocoa Butter, Vitamin E, blend of pure Violet Essential Oils. Rapturous Rose: Organic Sunflower Oil, Beeswax, Wildcrafted Cocoa Butter, Organic Jojoba Oil, Alkanet root Infusion, Vitamin E and Organic Bulgarian Rose otto.

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Brand: Sensuous Beauty

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Awesome - May 5, 2017
Reviewed By: W2W

Vulva Balm, indeed. While you can put together an at-home substitute for "Sensuous Beauty"'s "Love Balm" that isn't too bad (though not nearly as good), there is no substituting for Vulva Balm unless you are a Sex Witch. The arrival of Unscented is long-overdue. My g/f disliked Rapturous Rose because it reminded her of her grandmother, while I disliked Violet Flower because, well, it smelled weird to me. So, VF won. Thus my happiness with unscented, though we would have been happy with Peach or my g/f's suggestion: "Pussyplum".

As a lube VB is a great W2W product. It doesn't dry out on a toy---though you have to be careful about which toys you use it with; it degrades silicone and jelly toys pretty quickly---and unlike silicone lubes, it doesn't upset our natural lubricating equipment or irritate the vagina. It's slippery enough to lube up a vibe, your fingers, or even a dildo; we've used it for Romp's toys and for Vixiskin dildoes, though with quick cleaning times. It's best with stuff like a Romp, or a hard plastic or glass dildo or other insertable.

Where it really shines is in what we call "cold-start" play. Where we go right to the labia and clitoris for play. A little bit of VB on your fingers let's you explore your partner's labia---or your own---and her clitoris without messy H2O-based lube all over the place, or trying to gently pull apart erectile tissue that isn't yet erect! It's great as a lube substitute or assist, for menopausal women, too. And it tastes fine, though it's never going to change some one's mind about oral sex---apparently, there are people who find the idea of burying their face in their lover's labia (or honestly, the whole girl bits, from the top of the anal cleft to the top of the clitoral shaft) "unpalatable".

Me, I'd roll around in it if I could.

For straight women, I am reliably informed that you can employ VB as PB, and that it's just as much fun if you like to play with a penis before it's rigid; you can rub some on his glans or on (the bit just below the head that has a little twist of skin and that's super-responsive), and feel him get aroused. Works for a hand-job, too, though I'd say switch to "Love Balm" once he's up, since guys need lube too but don't make as much of their own. I don't see why it would taste any different on a penis than on labia, but I can't honestly say. Like all lubes, it has it's own taste.

It's also good for a gentle finger in the anus, and for playing with her anus and her anal cleft. Treat it like you would her clitoris and labia, and you'll discover that "anal sex" is not a synonym for anal-penile intercourse. And you'll be glad you did.

It isn't cheap. It's not OK for Safe Sex Protection, and it can chew up jelly and silicone toys. But I buy it in two jar sets and use it every time I make love. I adore Vulva Balm.

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