A sensual massage – whether it leads to more one on one action or not – is an amazing way to connect with your partner, as you are showing that you are completely devoted to their needs in that moment. We have a tip or two on how to give the perfect sensual massage, but we would be remiss not to mention right off the bat how important a warm massage oil is. And, if you’re able to drips this scented oil over their body straight from a candle, all the better! Just read these rave reviews of the Scented Flickering Touch Massage Candle to see…
Review : LELO Flickering Touch Massage Candle
“The scent is quite musky and sexy and fills the room with a sensual smell to get you in the mood. When we first used this I was excited but a little apprehensive about spilling the melted oil onto the skin. It’s quite a sensual experience, pouring the oil directly onto the skin, but the oil isn’t hot at all just warm and silky and really massages in nicely. Although, obviously how hot it feels depends on what part of the body the oil is poured onto. On one particular naughty occasion Mr A poured it onto my chest in-between my breasts and I’ve got to say, it felt much hotter there! Not unbearable though, and the heat disperses when massaged into the skin.”
My Secret Luxury LELO Flickering Touch Massage Candle Review
“I was really excited to use the massage oil because the second ingredient is shea butter. Shea butter is incredibly moisturizing and great for your skin. I have eczema on my hands, and shea butter is the only thing that has worked for it. So, I knew it would feel great not only on my hands, but on my, or my fiancé’s body.”
“I love the way the melted wax feels on my partner’s back. Smooth, soft, not sticky or gooey, or (god forbid) oily. The wax feels like lotion, but unlike lotion, it doesn’t get rubbed in so quickly. It stays smooth and soft long after you start rubbing, which means that this candle will last you for a good many massages.”
Donna is a Volonté contributor and freelancer who lives in San Francisco with her understanding husband and not-so-understanding teenage sons. Her work has been published in The Journal of Sexology and she is currently writing a book on love languages.