Monday, March 05, 2007

Clitoral Kiss Creme

One of the most delightful things about this blog is the opportunity to field test complementary products, so when the USPS delivered a small tube of Clitoral Kiss Creme this afternoon, I felt obligated to drop everything else and test it immediately. (I'm just so responsible, aren't I?) The website makes the following claims:
New Femme Arousal Creme in a Fabulous Berries and Cream Scent!
Clitoral Kiss Creme increases clitoral sensitivity to bring a whole new level of enjoyment and excitement. The label and bottle allow for extreme discretion...let everyone think its your latest hand creme! Apply as needed and let the intense warmth take you away immediately. Safe for oral sex and condom use. All natural, contains no hormones. Made with Arginine HLC, Amazon and American Ginseng. Arginine dilates and engorges the blood vessels in the clitoris, facilitating genital responsiveness. 2.0 Fl Oz. Bottle.

Well, the scent is fine, but you do NOT want to be using this product for oral sex. Ptui! It might be "safe" for oral sex, but that doesn't mean it tastes good. I wouldn't exactly classify the warmth as "intense" or "immediate," either. That being said, it did grow in both warmth and intensity as my ... um ... research proceeded, and it definitely contributed to the speed with which that research was spectacularly concluded.

I don't think it would stimulate arousal from a non-aroused state moreso than any other lubricant, natural or otherwise, but I can't test that theory because ... well ... ya gotta be at a full stop before you can gauge acceleration from a full stop, y'know what I mean?

So, in a nutshell, the product does produce a pleasurable effect, but it does leave a lot to be desired. Personally, I don't want to be putting any bad-tasting cream "down there" if there's even the remotest possibility that a tongue might find its way there later in the evening. Solo play? Sure. Partner play? Only if a shower is next on the agenda.

* This product graciously provided for review by Xandria

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