I can’t help but roll my eyes at the idea of an aphrodisiac but when I got the opportunity to review this warming “erotic oil” that came in such a delightfully lovely glass bottle, I couldn’t resist.
I was not disappointed when opening the packaging, even the outer cardboard tube container is decorative.
As far as the “aphrodisiac” part goes, this is just an artificially flavored warming oil. There are no magical properties in this product, it’s a tool to touch your partner and a chance for intimacy, which can increase sexual desire. Touch is always a powerful way to connect, and the warming sensations bring a focused mindfulness to the experience. The glass bottle it comes in is esthetically pleasing, and would look great on a shelf with your toys or erotica, helping to build a sexy mood in your environment.
The oil isn’t sticky like I thought it would be, its quite light and produces a slight warming sensation when you blow on it. Personally, I think it smells and tastes remarkably like cherry cough syrup. Which, admittedly, is how I feel about most artificially cherry flavored products, so that might just be me.
Should you use this erotic oil?
It’s worth noting that this “erotic oil” contains numerous controversial ingredients such as Red #40, glycerin, and propylene glycol, which could act as skin irritants or lead to yeast infections. Also, it’s worth noting the unlisted “flavor/aroma.” Just like any wellness product, it’s always a good idea to do your own research on the listed ingredients before applying or ingesting.
I think my bottle will find a nice place on the shelf to sit and look pretty. I especially like the way it glows in front of a light. You can get yours here and as always, use code loveisafetish to get 10% off your purchase.
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