Edible Oil for Erogenous Zones
$ 20.16 (CAD)
Our Shunga Aphrodisiac Warming Massage Oils are made with pure vegetable glycerin and a natural corn by-product. Pour a few drops on your partners erogenous zones tenderly blow warm breath over the area and languorously lap up the exotic green tea flavor to build up to the peak of pleasure. Enjoy kissable and lickable delicious exotic flavor/scents while your favorite masseuse/masseur brings you to the peak of pleasure. Perfect for use on the erogenous zones. Breath activated warming effect. An edible warming oil created especially to excite erogenous zones. Activate by the warm breath of soft intimate kisses.
On this page, you’ll find:
Love Latte (YOUR Morning Joe)
Raspberry Feeling (Fresh off The Vine)
Strawberry Wine (Bottoms Up)
Coconut Thrills (Big Tree Nuts)
Midnight Sorbet (Oh-so-Slurpy)
Exotic Green Tea (Organic Ingredients)
Once you’re done with the massage (and shower afterward), get your partner to finish you off with a generous application of Shunga Sweet Snow
Directions: pour a small amount of the oil on the desired area and gently massage it into the skin. Softly blow on the oil to activate the products heating properties.
Shunga and Shunga-Toko products are proudly made in Canada
You can see more of Shunga products through our site; mix and match your choice of Lubricants Massage Oils, and Massage Candles
Ingredients (I.N.C.I.): Glycerin USP/Glycérine USP, Propylene glycol, Flavor/Saveur (Aroma), Sodium Saccharin, FD&C Blue/Bleu #1 (CI 42090), FD&C Yellow/Jaune #5 (CI 19140)
Love In The Time of COVID19 Means Staying Lubricated
Whether you are practicing isolation as an individual, or with an equally-isolated partner. taking the time to explore your intimate areas more, you’ll be further ahead in the please and “wetness department” if you select a lubricant that best meets your needs.
Isolation With A Partner
Much of the focus on our site, specific to the use of condoms, focuses on safety and protection against STD’s and STI’s. (Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Sexually Transmitted Infections). However, if you are practicing isolation WITH a trusted partner to prevent the spread of COVID19, you may want to consider the possibility of an unwanted pregnancy later in the year. If your female partner does not have the same access to birth control medications that she would normally have, then it would be a good idea to keep a selection of condoms on hand. Even during this difficult time of isolation, partners are continuing to purchase condoms that best suit their needs