The Gun Oil range of lubricants really take gender stereotyping to a new level. Here we have the Gun Oil H2O lubricant , presented like a bullet and marketed like a new secret weapon for budding army marines everywhere. This masculine overdose is countered by the company’s Pink range of lubes that are just pink, not gay pink, just super fairy pink; perfect for all the feminine ladies. Maybe.
Putting aside the companies marketing and branding choices, lets take a look at this product and see if it’s actually any good.
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Time for a quick double barrel, mini lube review. Up for testing we have two lubricants from Durex, probably one of the biggest brands out there when it comes to sex products. Both are from their Play range and came in small 50ml bottles with a handy pump action dispenser.
Who would say no to a tingle on their dingle? As such I was keen to give this Durex Tingle lube a try. As a lubricant it performed very much like Durex’s other lubes, I suspect they all share the same base formula. However I was distinctly disappointed by the ‘tingle’ promised. I struggled to notice anything to be honest, just a very slight coldness – quite a let down.
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Everyone knows the Durex brand, however they’re not the first to spring to mind when it comes to massage products. What we have here is a 2in1 product that can be used as a massage gel or as a lube. Bonus, but best of all no worries about your massage oil affecting the integrity of your johnies. The base oil in many massage oils can degrade latex condoms.
This 2in1 gel is presented in a large squeezy bottle and comes in a bright orange colour. Annoyingly the bottle is rounded top and bottom, so will only stand upright when the screw cap is on. However the bottle does have a self sealing cap, so will only dispense when squeezed. This may seem pedantic, but when in the middle of massage you don’t want to be faffing about opening, closing bottles with a hand full of product and neither do you want you product rolling off the side table and spilling everywhere.
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Durex is a brand everyone is familiar with. For me it was that first packet of condoms tentatively purchased from a pub vending machine as a teenager. Today however, we are reviewing a small bottle of their lubricant purchased from Lovehoney. It is however commonly available at a multitude of places, from local pharmacies to your favourite supermarket.
This lube is water soluble and marketed as being being kind and gentle, which it certainly lived up to. It’s clear, tasteless and also odourless. However, it is supposed to be scented with aloe vera, which I wasn’t able to detect. The bottle has a pump action nozzle, which is great for fuss free dispensing and no spills.
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Candle play can be a fun and erotic addition to the bedroom repertoire of any couple, and these Earthly Body Trio Mini Massage Candles are designed as the ideal introduction to the world of wax play.
At its most basic level, wax play involves the use of of hot wax, (usually a candle) being dripped over a bottom by a dominant. The hardened wax can then be peeled off the skin rather pleasurably. Many people use ordinary household candles for this purpose, although some care has to be taken to ensure that they are not coated in lacquers or made from bees wax which burn hotter than an ordinary candle. The Earthly Body Candles eliminate the worry about using an unsuitable produce because they are especially designed to burn at a lower temperature than ordinary household candles. They produce a lovely soft glow which adds to the overall ambiance of the room.
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