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Energise your sex life with a brand-new vibrator. Whether you are playing solo or with a partner, a vibrator makes things so much more exciting. Vibrators invigorate any situation, whether it’s bedtime, bath time, or just a little me time. Browse our collection of vibrators to choose one that suits your needs and sexual preferences – anyone can entice some action with a new vibrator.
The great thing about vibrators is that they come in all shapes and sizes, so finding the best vibrator sex toy for you has never been more accessible. Each vibrator boasts its sexy specs, ranging from multi-functional, high-tech, remote-control, double joy vibrators or perhaps you’re looking for something discreet?
To begin considering what the best vibrator sex toy is for you, it’s important to ask how you will be using your vibrator – alone or with a partner? How powerful do you want it? Which area do you want to entice with your new vibrator sex toy? Once you’ve answered some fundamentals, you can refine your search better.
When it comes to the best vibrator for women, it all depends on what vibe you’re going for. If you’re engaging with solo play, many women like to begin with more discreet options such as the bullet vibrator – also perfect for those who want to get excited on the go! There are plenty of options that offer dual stimulation for your favourite internal and external sweet spots – the rabbit vibrator is a great example!
If you’re a fan of clitoral stimulation and perineum massage, then the infamous magic wands are purely for external pleasure and boast powerful vibrations. Some vibrators are specifically designed to hit the hard-to-reach pleasure zones for those who love reaching the G-spot.
If getting naughty in public with your partner sounds alluring, then remote controlled vibrators allow you to leave the pleasure control with your partner while you enjoy the party in your pants! As mentioned above, choosing the best vibrator for women is first about considering your needs and wants.
The is a range of options for choosing the best kind of vibrator for men. For anal play, there are vibrators known as prostate massagers – these bring a cheeky buzz to your behind, stimulating all those tingly nerve endings and the sensitive prostate gland. For couples into pegging, scour our range of vibrating strap on options.
Vibrating cock rings are another option for couples looking for the best vibrator for men – a very popular one too because they stimulate the penis and clitoris at the same time – perfect for simultaneous pleasure. These energising cock rings have also been found to help men maintain stronger erections!
Choosing the correct type of lube is an essential part of using your new vibrator sex toy, as it can help enhance your experience. The proper lube also depends on how you’ll be using your vibrators. For most vibrators, it’s often advised that water-based lubricants work best as they are compatible with most sex toys. Plus, it’s also compatible with condoms! If you want to use vibrators for anal play, use a thicker lube explicitly for anal. Alternatively, you could use an oil-based lube for anal play as it lasts longer but remember, oil-based lube isn’t compatible with condoms. Another lube option is silicone-based lubes, but it’s advised to avoid using these with vibrators since most sex toys are silicone-based, and the combination can warp sex toys.
Always wash your vibrator before you use it – this will ensure it’s sterile. Practising good hygiene with your vibrator sex toy is advised because some women are more prone to vaginal infections, so it’s better to be safe than sorry. You can use gentle soap and water are delicate for cleaning your vibrator after using it. You can also purchase specially formulated sex toy cleaners. Finally, between uses, it’s best to keep your vibrator in its own bag, free from dirt, dust, and lint to avoid irritation.
In short, yes. Vibrator sex toys have been used as part of pelvic floor therapy plans. Vibrators have been shown to tone and rejuvenate the tissue and muscles of your pelvic floors, which leads to improved muscle control, less vaginal dryness, and better sexual function.