How to Choose a Vibrator March 05 2015

Whether you’re purchasing your first vibrator or already have a well-stocked toy box, there are a number of questions you should consider when making a purchase. Recommendations from friends and online reviews are a good place to start, but don’t rely completely on what others tell you. This is a very personal purchase.  Ask yourself the following questions to ensure you make the best purchase for you:

Do you want an insertable or external vibrator?
Whether you prefer internal or clitoral stimulation will be one of the main factorsin the type of vibrator you choose. Keep in mind, most women orgasm through clitoral stimulation. If this is one of your first, a clitoral vibrator is recommended. If you already have a few clitoral vibrators, you may want to experiment with G-Spot stimulation. Or there is always the option of purchasing a rabbit vibrator, which provides both G-Spot and clitoral stimulation.

Will you be using it with a partner or solo?
If this will be for solo use, the decision is completely yours. But, if this is something to be used with your partner, include them in the shopping and decision-making process. Make the shopping experience a fun date activity. It’s a great way to get excited about adding something new to your intimate moments.

What type of sensation do you like?
The type of sensation is key. And with sensations range from buzzing to rumbling to tickling to oscillating, it can be hard to choose. To help determine if you like the sensation from a vibrator, test it on the tip of your nose. Your nose has similar sensitivity to your clitoris and can help you get a good sense of if the vibrator will do the job.

Do you want to use it in the shower, bath or hot tub?
Many vibrators are waterproof and can be used in the water. Decide if you want to be able to use it in the water and then look for waterproof options.

What type of material is it made from?
Once you have narrowed it down, choose a product with body-safe materials. This will be used on your most personal parts, so don’t put yourself at risk. Choose body-safe silicone. And avoid phthalates, nickel, lead and other toxic chemicals.

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