Flavored products can be a lot of fun, and there are a lot of good products out there. This one is a favorite. We enjoy both giving and receiving massages, and this adds some extra enjoyment for both the giver and the receiver. For the receiver, a bit more licking and sucking will be part of the massage. For the giver, a bit more licking and sucking will be involved. Everybody wins with what is actually a very tasty massage oil.
This was one of the first flavored massage oils we tried that we liked. They are made from high quality edible oils and include Vitamin E and Ginseng extract, and have lids that can be opened with one hand. They have no animal by-products. The 8 oz. bottles come in Candied Cherries, Cinnamon Apple, Peaches and Cream, Strawberries and Champagne, Kiwi Pineapple, and Vanilla.
We had a number of guests at a testing party taste test them (okay, maybe things did not stop at just tasting), and we got a pretty universal thumbs up. The smell is wonderful as you rub the oil into their skin, and it is also quite tasty when you run your tongue across their skin.
The Making Love name should not confuse you into thinking that these can be used as a sexual lubricant, though. These are for body massage and the mouth, but not for the vagina. That means that you should wash them off of the penis (or make sure they are thoroughly licked off) before vaginal penetration. As with any oil based product, they are also not condom compatible. In general, massage and oil based products not specifically intended for vaginal use should not be put into the vagina. They typically have ingredients you really don’t want in that part of the body.