If you are looking for a nice pleasure rub, this 1 oz metal tin is the answer to your prayers. A nice blend of beeswax, menthol, ginseng, and a cornucopia of oils: almond, coconut, peppermint, citrus, and others, it was pleasing to the smell without being overwhelming. It is a soft wax that spreads easily, but remember it is oil based, so do NOT use it with condoms or diaphragms.We started out with a nice relaxing rub down. There was a gentle heat that tingled just slightly as he spread the Flower Balm on my shoulders and back. The more he rubbed, the warmer it became, but it was never an intense heat, just a delicate warmth. The Flower Balm made a slick surface for a wonderful relaxing massage, allowing his hands to slip and glide effortlessly all over my body, and the oils left my skin feeling so soft! Its always a good idea with any new product to use it on skin that is not ultra sensitive first (like your arm or back) before applying to your own flower. If you do find you have an unpleasant reaction to an oil based product, wash up with warm water and grease fighting dish soap, which will break up the oils. The waxy base felt a little thick when initially rubbing it on my clit, but with very little friction it quickly melted into a nice slick liquid. The heat started gradually and built to a nice warm pulse getting my own juices flowing. Once his fingers began exploring, things got deliciously warm. Although my pussy was heating up quite nicely, Mr. SP noted no taste at all from the cream when his mouth replaced his fingers in a tantalizing clitoral massage, and only a slight tingle to his lips from the warming cream. I was quite slick with my own natural lube by the time we made love, but the Flower Balm was not quite enough of a lubricant to go without adding a bottled lube for additional moisture. I found the Flower Balm to be a very enjoyable addition to our toy drawer. The generous amount of balm will last us through many more intimate massages.
Reviewed by: LoveGoddess from Unknown.