The Sex Toys & Accessories To Try This Valentine’s Day | SLMan
If you’re stuck in a rut or just want to shake things up this Valentine’s day, give the chocolates a miss and treat yourself and your partner to something you can both enjoy. Sex toys have had a major makeover as of late – now discreet, sleek and sophisticated, there’s something for everyone. Here are the best ones to try…
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Even if you think your between-the-sheets time doesn’t need a kick-start, remember 37% of women need clitoral stimulation (and not just penetration) to climax. Adding a toy into the mix can be a fun way to ensure maximum satisfaction for both of you. If you’re a beginner, go slow – use the lowest setting and the smallest size. Je Joue’s Rabbit Bullet and Kiki de Montparnasse’s Gold Bullet are the perfect entry-level options and ideal for couples play. Those wanting to explore new territory should try LELO’s cult Transformer, a double-ended vibrator that can be used for everything from clitoral to G-spot and even prostate stimulation.

“Fitting between you and your other half during sex, this pocket-sized toy delivers hands-free, intense vibrations. It’s also waterproof, making it safe to use in the shower.”


If you want to get adventurous, think about add-ons. While not a toy per se, a decent lubricant is a good-sex staple – it can increase sensation and create a more intimate experience. Nécessaire’s Sex Gel is one to keep on your radar: unlike its more traditional counterparts, it uses aloe vera and hyaluronic acid to provide the ‘slip’; it’s water-based, so it’s safe to use with toys and condoms. Uberlube’s cult formula is free from sticky residue. Play it safe with HANX’s vegan, ultra-thin condoms, or try LELO’s bestselling Hex, designed to maximise sensation without sacrificing safety.


“This clever candle melts at just above body temperature, so it will be warm to the touch without burning the skin.”

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