Tantus G-Spot Silicone DildoUnlike some of the more seasoned sex toy reviewers, I don’t have that much experience with Tantus products. So far I’ve only reviewed the Little Secret Kiss and Elements Delta, but they were enough to make me realize I definitely needed to get more Tantus in my life.

Not long after I reviewed the Ophoria Beyond No. 3, I decided to get a Tantus G-Spot silicone dildo, so this is a sex toy I’ve actually had for quite a while. I chose it primarily because it has a curved, bulbous tip like the Beyond No. 3, only the Tantus G-Spot is totally seamless. See! It CAN be done! Oh, and mine is a lovely pearly purple color, for those of you who like pretty sex toys. Sadly, my photos don’t do it justice.

Tantus G-Spot Silicone Dildo MeasurementsI totally forgot to take pictures of the box, but packaging for this product is the same as the other two Tantus sex toys I have: a thin plastic box with product information printed on the back and sides. Inside the box, both the dildo and accompanying bullet vibe are held in place by a clear molded tray. Not really useful for storage, so I recycled the packaging and keep my G-Spot dildo in a plastic bag.

Obviously designed for G-spot stimulation (so it’s also aptly named), this dildo is actually rather versatile. It has a flat base, making it harness compatible and safe for anal play, but it’s too top heavy to easily stand up on its own. There’s also a hole in the base to accommodate a small bullet vibe, which is included and ready to go with the dreaded watch batteries that power it.

Tantus G-Spot Silicone Dildo SizeHonestly, the vibrations from the bullet are too weak to do much for me by the time they’ve traveled through the silicone, but there’s no law against finding a stronger bullet that will fit in the base and using that instead. Just don’t forget to put a little water-based lube on the bullet so it will be easy to remove later.

I’m not sure why it has taken me so long to get a review posted, because I really do love this dildo. I first used it many, many months ago, and I’ve brought it out numerous times since then. It’s a great one for when I need to feel something inside me.

Like the Beyond No. 3, my Tantus G-Spot dildo just slips right into place, with the rounded head against my G-spot. While the silicone is too flexible for applying any kind of serious pressure there, the curved shape and bulbous head suit me very well, and it’s fantastic for thrusting.

Tantus G-Spot Silicone Dildo DimensionsAnother thing I like is the fairly prominent ridge or groove on the bottom half of the shaft. That’s about as far as I like to have this dildo inserted, and I can feel that ridge right around my vaginal opening as I thrust.

Also, since the silicone is nice and bendy, I can pull the base up against me and stimulate my vulva with the rest of the shaft. Or, I can keep the G-Spot dildo straight and use a clit vibe with it.

Tantus silicone is interesting because its surface has a silky kind of feel to it. There’s not much skin drag, yet for some reason I really go through the lube when using this dildo, regardless of the brand I’m using. Granted, it’s slightly larger than most of my insertable sex toys, and perhaps the friction from vigorous in-and-out thrusting just wipes the lube away. So far I’ve haven’t tried any textured Tantus toys, and now I really want to as I’m having a hard time imagining how ripples and nubs made from such smooth silicone feels.

Nasstoys Twilite Wand Massager Vibrator ReviewSometimes products exceed my expectations. This was definitely the case with the Twilite Wand massager I received from Nasstoys. It wasn’t something I sought out. A rep from the company offered to let me host a giveaway for one, and as a thank you they sent me my own Twilite Wand to keep.

At first glance it looked to me like just another novelty-grade vibrator. I’m not a fan of the Pepto Bismol pink hard plastic (they also come in black, for the record), but as I’ve mentioned before I don’t pay a lot of attention to what my sex toys look like while I’m using them, so that’s a petty gripe. I also thought it was an odd shape, and it takes those C batteries, which I rarely have on hand because most stuff takes either AA or AAA batteries. But it’s waterproof, and not many wand massagers are.

I’m not one to let a new sex toy go unused for long. Curiosity always wins, and I want to know what it feels like–just in case it’s better than anything else I’ve ever used, because every once in a while that does happen. Granted, I didn’t have very high expectations to begin with, but I was pleasantly surprised with the Twilite Wand, even though it only has 3 settings: 2 speeds of constant vibration that are powerful and of a deep, rumbly quality, and a pulse pattern that I can take or leave.

For a while this vibe lived in my bathroom cabinet because I often used it in the shower. But then it got moved during a massive cleaning-and-throwing-out-session. I knew that I wanted to keep it, and since it’s made from hard plastic, it would be nearly impossible to tear up for a What’s Inside Wednesday post, so I stashed it in my sex toy drawer. There it managed to migrate to the very back of the drawer, out of sight and mind for many months, forgotten.

A couple of weeks ago, I was rummaging through the drawer looking for something else entirely, and my Twilite Wand rolled into view, so I ended up using that instead. A change is as good as a rest, you know, and I needed something for a Follow-Up Friday post this month. So, without further preamble, here are my thoughts on Nasstoy’s Twilite Wand Massager.

  • While the Twilite Wand is not the most discreetly sized vibe, it’s smaller and more convenient than the Hitachi Magic Wand, and the Hustler Mini Mistress. Especially since there’s no cord and it’s waterproof.
  • There aren’t any attachments available for this wand, and with its wide rounded head, I’m not sure the design will even allow for them. That’s a downside for those who need internal stimulation.
  • The Twilite Wand’s motor does make some noise, but it’s nothing compared to the loud Hitachi racket.
  • The single button control is squishy and a bit clicky, but it’s super easy to find and press.
  • The shape and design doesn’t scream “I AM A SEX TOY!” or anything, but I think nowadays most folks know what a “massager” is and what many women do with them.
  • I still don’t understand why it has to be spelled this way. Neither does my spell check.
  • While the vibrations aren’t as strong as the Hitachi on high, they’re more rumbly and I think certainly enough to do the job for most people.

So, the bottom line is that I’m glad I have this vibe in my arsenal. I’m not sure I’d go out of my way to acquire another Twilite Wand when/if this one breaks, but for what it is, it does the job well and is very affordable.

Lady Calston Mini 4-Play Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyI unearthed my Lady Calston Mini 4-Play when I did that sex toy cull earlier this year. I remember winning this compact rabbit vibe in a giveaway, and being the fan of dual stimulators that I am, I really liked it. I hated that it took size N batteries, but for what it is, it does a good job, and thanks to the interchangeable clit stimulator tips, there’s a little variety.

But once I got my Fun Factory Bimini Flash, which is a very similar and far superior vibe, I didn’t use my Lady Calston anymore. Bimini Flash is rechargeable, so no hunting down N size batteries. Bimini Flash is also a compact rabbit-style vibe and waterproof, plus it’s made from silicone. Mini 4-Play is rubber or TPR or something that’s technically phthalate free but has mega skin drag and feels cheap. With no real reason to keep it, I decided to see what’s inside my Mini 4-Play.

The sheath covering the shaft slipped off easily enough, and it brought the wee bullet inside the bunny arm with it. My pliers weren’t long enough to reach down into the plastic handle, so I had to tear it up a bit first. There was a metal piece that was easy to remove, and then a screw that turned the control dial, but once I got it unscrewed the bottom of the handle popped off revealing a spring and wire.

Getting to the shaft motor wasn’t that hard, but it took me a few minutes to tear off the lid. Inside, the motor was wrapped in some kind of thin foam, and the wire was held in place by clear tape, of all things. Once I got the shaft motor unwrapped, I could really smell machine oil, so at least its gears were well lubricated. I had to snap off the wee nubby tip at the end of rotating stick/arm to remove a plastic cap covering the gears.

Lady Calston Mini 4-Play Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyI tried getting the wee bullet motor out, but it was wedged too tightly in the casing. I gave up after breaking one of the small screwdrivers I was using in my attempt to pry it out. I couldn’t bear to part with the clit tips, though. They’re just too cute, especially the little bunny, so they’re now my pen/pencil toppers.

The Lady Calston Mini 4-Play is one of the cheapest rabbit-style vibes you can find, with amazon.com currently selling it for $17.22. It’s not made from the nicest material, and you’ll soon spend more than the purchase price buying those freaking N size batteries,  but I had some good times (and orgasms) with it.

I posted more pictures on Photobucket, and the video below documents the dismantling.

Babeland.com Gift Card Sex Toys Adult StoreToday is the 2nd anniversary of this blog. I’m not going to ramble on and on about how much I’ve learned since I started reviewing sex toys, except to say that I still have a lot more to learn, but I usually find that’s pretty much true about everything in life.

To celebrate this milestone, I’m hosting a giveaway, and Babeland has generously offered a $25 eGift Card as a prize. In case you haven’t been to Babeland.com lately, they recently launched a redesigned website that’s easy to navigate with quick view and search options to help you find the sex toys and adult products you’re looking for.

Nearly two years ago I started this blog. I didn’t have a vision for it or anything. I just really like sex toys, and this seemed like a fun way to talk about them. Since then, I’ve learned a lot while watching sex toys move into the mainstream and become more generally accepted.

Still, not everybody has a helpful adult shop nearby, so online shopping is often the best option. EdenFantasys carries a huge variety of adult products, and they’re always adding new stuff. In addition to an impressive selection of lube, vibrators, dildos, and bondage gear, you can find anything that helps you feel sexy. Recently I’ve seen quite a lot of new lingerie added, and they now sell some seriously awesome bath and body care products. I appreciate the detailed information posted on every product page, as well as links to reviews of the products. This is incredibly helpful when shopping online, as the more you can find out about a product, the better. Some items might even have video reviews so you can hear the vibration patterns or see how squishy the material is.

I get sex toys from EdenFanatsys by either accepting a product as a review assignment, or by saving up my gift cards and EdenPoints until I have enough to get what I want. This allows me to try a lot of different products, which in turn results in more reviews posted here. And more orgasms.

LELO Tor II sex toy vibrating cock ringI’ll be honest and admit that I’m not a fan of cock rings, vibrating or otherwise. Those disposable ones you find on the condom aisle might be an affordable way to try something like this out, but I personally require more than a single speed of weak vibrations intermittently coming into contact with my vulva.

LELO Tor II sex toy vibrating cock ringI need consistent and strong vibrations on my clitoris, preferably from a sturdy, powerful sex toy that won’t break or move away when I grind against it. Basically, I want something that will magically transforms a real penis into a dual stimulator.

Usually with sex toys you get what you pay for, so logically a higher quality cock ring might work better. But I’m hesitant to spend money (or gift cards, whatever) on something I’m not convinced I’ll like for a body part that I don’t even have. I’m so horribly cheap that way, you see, which is pretty much why this blog exists.

When cock rings have been on offer as review products, I just didn’t request them, opting instead for an actual dual stimulator or some other sex toy designed for women. But LELO recently revamped their Tor luxury cock ring and contacted me about receiving one to try. While a some of their newer products have been disappointing, I was game to try this one, hoping that it might change my opinion on cock rings. Or at the very least produce strong enough vibrations to get me off.

LELO Tor II sex toy vibrating cock ring packagingLELO products are well packaged, as you would expect from a luxury product line, and Tor II comes in the typical LELO black box. Despite the photo on the outer box being of a green Tor II, and the box itself saying that it contained a green Tor II, there was a black Tor II inside the box I received. Maybe black is the new green? It doesn’t really matter, because I honestly don’t care what color my sex toys are. I don’t tend to look at them that much when they’re in use, and I have to keep them all tucked away out of sight when they’re not.

LELO Tor II sex toy vibrating cock ringMany lesser cock rings are made from sticky TPR, but Tor II is that lovely, velvety silicone that feels so soft. It’s also nice and stretchy. Tor II is powered by a multi-speed (with patterns) motor that’s rechargeable and reported to be considerably stronger than the original Tor. I don’t have one of those to test the theory, but it’s certainly way stronger than any bullet on a cock ring I’ve had experience with. It’s not as powerful as my Siri, but then again, it’s also a lot smaller.

Tor II has two buttons, one on either side of the bullet. The + button turns the vibe on and increases the power/changes the vibration setting, and the – button decreases the speed or turns the motor completely off when you press and hold it a few seconds. The + and – symbols are raised, but the buttons themselves are slightly recessed, and while that keeps the design sleek and tidy, it also makes them a little tricky to find and press while the cock ring is in use, especially with slick fingers. There are 6 speeds of constant vibration, starting out nice and rumbly but getting slightly buzzier at the faster speeds. The motor really is quiet, though, which is wonderful.

To access the patterns, press and hold the + button until the vibe is going at top speed, then let go. Press and hold the + button again, and that takes it to patterns mode. Keep pressing the + button to cycle through the settings. There’s a busy signal pulse, a short-sharp pulse, a revving pulse, a roller coaster pulse with a gentle escalation in power, and then a random, impossible-to-describe pulse. I pretty much stick with the constant vibration speeds.

LELO Tor II sex toy vibrating cock ringThe charging cable plugs into a hole by the – button. There’s a tiny light that flashes when it’s charging. The user’s manual says that this light is red while charging and then turns white once it’s fully charged. Also, I think the light is supposed to emit a steady glow. The light on my Tor II is more of an amber color, and it flashes. Either way, it still works fine, so I’m not worried about it.

I haven’t timed how long a charge lasts because I usually plug my rechargeable toys in to top up their charge after each use (once I’ve cleaned them). I can tell you that I’ve had the motor on my Tor II running continuously for a little over an hour and didn’t notice any decrease in power.

LELO Tor II sex toy vibrating cock ring on an Icicles glass dildoThe first few times I used this cock ring, I didn’t have immediate access to a penis, so I got out a few of my non-vibrating dildos to put it on. The cool thing about doing this is that the vibrations travel, and depending on the dildo’s material (I guess it’s a density thing?) you might be able to really feel the vibrations internally, thereby possibly turning your favorite dildo into a dual stimulation sex toy. The silicone is stretchy enough that Tor II can easily be fitted onto the base of my Icicles No. 9, but I prefer to just have it on the shaft, where it slides freely up and down so I can adjust its position.

While Tor II is undoubtedly the nicest cock ring I’ve ever used, on a real penis there’s still the issue of the vibrating part only coming into contact with me on the “in” thrust, then it gets pulled back away. This might be fun for those who enjoy teasing, but by the time I have a penis inside me, I’m pretty much done with the teasing phase and want consistent stimulation.

In order to achieve that with a cock ring, the penis has to be all the way inside me and stay there. That’s not really an enhancement to intercourse, in my opinion. It’s more like letting a penis hold my clit vibe in place. Even then, the vibrating part doesn’t reach my clitoris very well. I can feel the vibrations radiating out from the cock ring, but forget about any kind of pinpoint stimulation.

I know there are men and women who love cock rings. I’m just not one of them. Call me a control freak, but I’d rather use a hand-held clit vibe during sex and have it consistently be where I need it rather than struggling with getting the vibrating part of a cock ring to hit the right spot during the brief moments it comes into contact with me. Don’t get me wrong, the Tor II is a high quality sex toy and works just as it should, so for those who enjoy cock rings and want to treat themselves to a little luxury, this is one to check out.

LELO Siri luxury vibrator sex toyAs I mentioned in my LELO Tor II review, I like powerful, rumbly, and consistent vibrations on my clitoris. Out of all the clit vibes I’ve reviewed thus far, the LELO Siriis my current favorite. It beats the LayaSpot because it’s stronger and rechargeable, and even though Siri isn’t waterproof, I still prefer it to my MiMi because its buttons are so much easier to find and press than those tiny, overly-firm buttons on MiMi.

Siri fits nicely in my hand, is small enough to use during intercourse, and I love the velvety silicone covering the business end. Not only does Siri have multiple speeds of constant vibration, but you can also adjust the intensity within the vibration patterns. But the really good news is that SinFreeToys.com is letting me give one away! That’s right, one lucky reader will win a pretty pink LELO Siri.

Entering to win is easy, thanks to the Rafflecopter widget posted below. Giveaway starts now and runs until March 26, 2012. Winner will be randomly selected from all valid entries and notified via email. Good luck!

Denma Pinky Wand Massager Vibrator Sex Toy ReviewThe first compact wand-style massager I reviewed was the Denma Lady by Mode Design, makers of the Paris Style vibe and an impressive selection of male masturbation toys. I recently featured my Denma Lady, or what was left of it, in a What’s Inside Wednesday post because I broke the head off. I’ve mentioned before that I’m very clumsy, and I think I maybe enjoyed it a little too much the last time I used it.

Well, the nice people at QueenCatAdultToys.com sent me a Denma Pinky, which is a newer model, as a replacement. This one is also waterproof, but unlike the Denma Lady, Denma Pinky is rechargeable via USB, which is awesome because I love rechargeable vibes. Also, Denma Pinky doesn’t have any vibration patterns, but it does offer four speeds of constant vibration.

Denma Pinky Wand Massager Sex Toy Review Dimensions MeasurementsThe packaging is a thin plastic box, and nearly everything is written in Japanese, but it’s easy to figure this vibe out with no instructions. Inside the box is the vibe, charging cable, and a black storage pouch made from a thin, almost mesh-like fabric.

To charge it up, twist off the cap on the handle to expose the port where the charging cable plugs into the vibe. Then just connect the other end to your USB source of choice, and wait. The keypad turns red while it’s charging, and then after a while (I didn’t bother timing it) the light goes off, presumably when it’s fully charged.

To turn the Denma Pinky on, press and hold the power button a few seconds. This keeps it from accidentally getting bumped on when traveling or while being stored. The power button will light up, letting you know the power is on. To start the motor, just press the + button (now all buttons are lit up). To increase the speed, hit the + again, or to decrease speed press the – button. Pushing the power button turns the motor off.

Denma Pinky Wand Massager Vibrator Sex Toy ReviewThe vibrations aren’t very rumbly, but they’re not too buzzy, either. The slowest setting is great for getting things going, then I prefer the middle two speeds. At top speed the motor sounds more high-pitched and faster, while not feeling any stronger, if that makes sense. At the lower two speeds this vibe is fairly quiet, but the motor definitely becomes more audible at the higher settings.

Denma Pinky Wand Massager Vibrator Sex Toy ReviewThe neck on this vibe is just as bendy as the neck on Denma Lady, so this is a great choice for those who like a flexible head on their wand-style massages and don’t care about pulse patterns. Since I like to grind against my toys, I would definitely prefer a stiffer neck. Denma Pinky’s head is covered by a silky-smooth silicone sleeve, which feels awesome.

I really like the handy size, and I prefer the shape of Denma Pinky’s handle to the one on Denma Lady. It’s not as wide so it fits better in my hand, and a flat base means this vibe can stand up on its own. Also, I don’t feel the vibrations very much in the handle. This is definitely an advantage for those who don’t like numb hands, but the bendy neck means that I sometimes have to hold the head in place, and I can definitely feel the vibrations in my hand then.

As far as I know, Mode Design products are only available in the U.S. through QueenCatAdultToys.com. Retailers and distributors interested in these sex toys should contact them for more information.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyI remember the first time I saw an Evolved Dream Maker rabbit vibe. It was many month ago at the local porn store, where they had a big display stand full of Evolved products. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular at the time, but I’d already tried a couple of Evolved toys and really liked them. The sales associate pointed out a pink Dream Maker Lunar Rabbit to me, raving on about how it had like 600+ functions.

Since said sales associate was a guy, I doubt he had any first hand experience using it, but maybe he just assumed a lone woman roaming around the sex toys section of an adult book store would want a pink rabbit.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyI didn’t buy that Dream Maker Lunar Rabbit, even though I was seriously curious about all the different functions, and back then I rarely encountered a dual stimulation vibe I didn’t like. Instead, I filed it away on my mental wish list and resolved to see if I could get one for free to review. As luck would have it, good things do come to those who wait, because included in my care package from Evolved was a Dream Maker vibe!

It wasn’t the pink Lunar Rabbit. Even better, it was a model I hadn’t seen before called the Nocturnal Emission. Aside from being purple, it also differs from the Lunar Rabbit in that it has spinning disks in place of rotating beads or pearls. That’s definitely something unique, and I love trying new stuff.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyJust so you know, there are actually 4 different Dream Makers. In addition to the 2 already mentioned, there’s a purple Heavenly Dolphin, which is similar to the Lunar Rabbit and has rotating beads, but the shaft curves towards the top. And then there’s the Night Cap, which is pink and has spinning disks like my Nocturnal Emission, but instead of having a tapered, slightly curved tip, it’s a more realistic phallic shape.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyI’m willing to bet all these Dream Makers come in the same metal box with a hinged plastic lid and metal clasp closure. I didn’t receive any user instructions in mine, apart from a card warning me to not bend the shaft. They’re also all covered with TPR, which is a phthalates free, and often squishy, material.

I did notice a slight plastic/chemical smell when I first opened my Nocturnal Emission, but after a few washings and some airing it dissipated for the most part. Also, these vibes are waterproof, so they’re shower/bath friendly and easy to clean, as well as compatible with water-based and silicone lube.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyAs it turns out, there aren’t over 600 functions, which is actually a relief because how in the world would I list them all?  But there are over 600 possible combinations of speeds and settings. Like most rabbit-style vibes, this one has 2 motors which are independently controlled. Both the clit bullet and shaft motor have 5 speeds within 5 vibration modes.

This means that the user can adjust the vibration intensity of each function, which is awesome, and each motor in and of itself has 25 different settings. Considering that you can mix and match what each motor is doing, that makes over 600 variations total (25 x 25 = 625).

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyThe best way to get an idea of the various settings is to watch the video posted below, but here’s a brief rundown of the shaft modes, in order: clockwise rotation, counter-clockwise rotation, alternating rotation direction after every turn, alternating rotation direction after every half turn, and a pulse-like motion where the shaft moves in short bursts with very brief pauses in a clockwise direction.

The clitoral bullet has constant vibration, a busy signal pulse, a short sharp pulse, a pattern of 6 very short pulses followed by a long pulse, and an escalating vibration (this one is interesting because when the intensity peaks, the vibration remains constant for a few seconds before going back to escalating).

While all these options are great and a lot of fun to explore, they require more complicated controls to operate. Luckily, there is a separate power button right in the middle of the control pad, so no matter where you are in the cycle of settings, you have an instant off.

The pointy buttons on either side control the vibration speed–the ones on the right are for the shaft, and the left ones are for the clitoral stimulator. The top arrow/shark fin shaped buttons increase the speed, and the bottom ones decrease it. If either motor is running at its slowest speed, pressing the down button will turn it off.

The circular buttons change the function, and there are lights arranged in a star shape that illuminate and flash while the vibe is running, I suppose to indicate which setting or speed you’re using, but I haven’t really paid that much attention to them.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyWhen you press the power button to turn the vibe on, no matter which mode it was in when you last used it, both motors start out on the lowest vibration setting and first function (clockwise rotation for the shaft and constant vibration for the bunny).

It took me a while to figure all this out, and because the buttons are pretty small, plus I’m rather clumsy, it’s easy to push the wrong button. This can be frustrating depending where I am in my play session, but I typically stick with continuous vibrations and don’t mess around with patterns much. That keeps it simple for me.

Evolved Novelties Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission Rabbit Vibrator Sex ToyBoth of the motors have a lot of oomph, considering Dream Maker Nocturnal Emission runs on 4 AAA batteries. I don’t notice any decrease in the shaft’s power even when I’m clenching on it and have the bunny at full tilt. Which, by the way, I find to be too much for me. I’m perfectly happy with the bunny at speeds 1 through 3.

The battery compartment cap is flat, so this vibe can stand up on its own, and the batteries go in one of those slide-out cartridges so it’s easy to figure out which way to install them. The back of the handle has finger-sized grooves which I hoped would help with grip, but I honestly can’t tell that they make that much difference to me.

The rabbit shape just has a single ear, and I tend to prefer 2 ears (or multiple flappy bits) since I really like to feel them flutter around on my clitoris. But where the bunny attaches to the shaft is very bendy so you can really open up the angle if you need to. Neither the nose nor the ear hits me perfectly in just the right spot, but between them they come close enough to work for me.

I can’t say that I detect a huge difference in sensation with the spinning disks compared to beads, though. It does feel different, just not drastically so, and I’m unsure how to describe it. It’s almost wavelike, if you watch how they move around in the shaft.

Overall, the Nocturnal Emission is a very good rabbit vibe, and I rate it a 4 out of 5. If it was silicone and rechargeable I’d give it 5 stars. While the dimension might not be the perfect fit for me, they’re close enough to get the job done well, and I really like the shaft’s curved tip and the powerful motors. Thank you, Evolved Novelties for sending me one to review!

This un-scented & un-coloured formula has all of the same great benefits of our original ultra moisturizing & light weight body mousse, specially formulated for extra sensitive skin.As I’ve often mentioned, my skin gets really dry, especially this time of year. I’m always up for trying new moisturizers and lotions because I never know if something might work better for me than what I’m currently using or have previously used.

I do have rather sensitive skin though, so I try to avoid anything containing parabens and stick with all-natural products whenever possible. I seriously love the Intimate Organics Body Souffle, but I go through that stuff fairly quickly, and it’s been out of stock for ages.

Cake Supreme Body Mousse skin care lotionIn addition to all the sex toys and lingerie they sell, EdenFantasys.com recently added a bevy of bath and body products to their offerings, so I decided to try the Cake Supreme Body Mousse. I’m not a fan of heavily perfumed lotions, so I opted for the “unsweet” because it’s unscented. It’s also paraben-free, and claims to be good for sensitive skin.

I diligently read the labels on everything I use, from food to lube to body care products, and whenever I come across ingredients I can’t identify, I look them up. Often something simple like a coconut oil derivative or a particular vitamin can have scary-sounding clinical names.

Cake Supreme Body Mousse skin care lotionThere were a few such ingredients in this lotion, so I’ve listed them below, but there’s nothing in Cake Supreme Body Mousse that particularly concerns me. Obviously, since it has glycerin in it I won’t be using it anywhere near my genitals, but then again, I never planned to.


  • Water
  • Glycerin
  • Caprylic/Capric triglyceride: This is fractionated coconut oil, which is often used in cosmetics as a thickener as well as to maintain moisture on the surface of the skin.
  • Cetyl alcohol: A fatty alcohol often used in lotions and creams as an emulsifier.
  • Stearic acid: A fatty acid used as an emulsifier and surfactant in cosmetics.
  • Sunflower seed oil
  • Coconut oil (presumably not fractionated)
  • Macadamia integrifolia seed oil: From macadamia nuts, acts as a skin conditioning agent.
  • Mango alcohol (don’t drink this lotion)
  • Isopropyl palmiate: Used in cosmetics and skin care products as a binder and lubricant.
  • Dimethicone: A silicone based polymer that’s widely used in skin care products as a conditioner and protectant.
  • Vitamin E
  • Aloe barbadensis leaf juice (aloe vera juice)
  • Phenoxyethanol: This inhibits microbial growth.
  • Caprylyl Glycol: A preservative and skin conditioning agent.
  • Sorbic Acid: Preservative.
  • Carbomer: Acts as an emulsifier and helps to maintain consistency.
  • Triethanolamine: Helps control the pH and also acts as an emulsifier.
  • Tetrasodium EDTA: Preservative.

Cake Supreme Body Mousse skin care lotionCake Supreme Body Mousse comes in a clear plastic bottle with a flip-top cap. Even though it’s a thick lotion, it’s easy to dispense with just a quick squeeze of the bottle. Because it’s called a “mousse” I really expected this lotion to have a light and airy, almost whipped consistency similar to the Intimate Organics Body Souffle (I must admit that I really don’t understand the fascination with naming skin care products after food). But instead, it’s like regular lotion with more of a waxy feel.

Cake Supreme Body Mousse skin care lotionIt spreads nicely, rubs in easily, and feels good on my skin when applied. It does leave a slightly moist-feeling residue for a few moments before it totally gets absorbed–or maybe whatever is left of it on my skin’s surface just simply dissipates, but I don’t mind that in the least.

I’ve used other lotions in the past that left an unpleasant greasy feel or otherwise didn’t seem to sink into my skin very well. I don’t experience that with Cake Supreme Body Mousse. It  makes my skin feel very soft and moisturized, which isn’t an easy task.

A pea-sized amount is plenty to cover my hands, and a dime-sized blob of it will do my hands and forearms, but I’m pretty heavy-handed with the stuff and freely admit that I slather on more than I really need. Maybe if I used less then it would absorb more quickly.

Cake Supreme Body Mousse skin care lotionOh, and this is by far the best-smelling unscented lotion I’ve ever used. That may not make a lot of sense, because really, it shouldn’t smell like anything. But some unscented products I’ve tried seemed to pick up the smell of their plastic packaging, or otherwise have a faint smell that isn’t really bad, but it’s still there.

This stuff has an ever-so-slight scent to it that is very nice, if hard to describe. It’s not fruity, but more of a clean, fresh, and very subtle aroma without smelling at all soapy. I’m definitely glad I got some of this, thanks to accumulated gift cards and reward points, and I’m eager to see what some of the other Cake Beauty products are like.