Fun Factory has come out with a line of products to “seduce you and all your senses” which includes a Kissable Love Fluid that’s available in yummy-sounding flavors like Chocolate, Coconut, Orange, Cranberry, and Strawberry. I’m a big fan of Fun Factory sex toys and always eager to try something new, so I’m glad Fascinations sent me a bottle of the cranberry flavored Kissable Love Fluid to try.
Flavored lubes and warming concoctions like this are an easy and fun way to add variety to couple play. Often lubes and massage oils can leave a bitter tasting residue on the skin, but the flavored products are meant to be easier on the tastebuds and usually smell nice too. Kissable Love Fluid is both flavored and has a warming effect. Just apply it to skin and gently blow to create a warming sensation.
I like to list what is in the lubes and personal care products I review because some people have sensitivities and need to avoid certain ingredients and chemicals. Kissable Love Fluid contains:
- Propylene Glycol (moisturizer commonly used in cosmetics)
- Glycerin (humectant and improves smoothness)
- Aqua (water)
- Hydroxypropylcellulose (a gelling and thickening agent derived from plant cells)
- PEG-12 Dimethicone (emulsifier and foam builder commonly found in cosmetics)
- Sodium Benzoate (preservative)
- Potassium Sorbate (preservative)
- Aroma (Flavor)
- CI 16035 (Red 40)
- CI42090 (Blue No.1)
The packaging is a simple paperboard box with the pump-top bottle of Kissable Love Fluid on one side, and the bottle lid and information pamphlet on the other. The bottle itself is nice and discreet, with a design that would blend in with other personal care products.
The cover fits very snugly on the pump-top, so this may be okay to travel with, but I’d still seal it in a plastic bag. I assumed the pump top would disperse a spray, but instead the love fluid comes out in a 1/16 of a teaspoon, spurt. Yes, I measured it. I’m a bit of a geek that way.
I suppose this makes sense if you’re going to be using it on the genitals, as all you need is a tiny amount, and a pump top is very convenient. But to use more like a massage oil, it takes to long to pump enough out, so I just unscrew the cap and carefully pour it
I’m sure my bottle of cranberry-flavored Kissable Love Fluid is meant to smell like cranberries, but to me it smells more like a cross between fruit punch and cough syrup. That doesn’t top my list of arousing scents, but fortunately the fragrance isn’t strong.
The consistency is similar to thin maple syrup, so it can drip and get a little messy, but that’s part of the fun. I would be careful though, as it’s a bright red color that may stain.
Taste-wise, it’s pretty nasty if you stick your finger in it and have a lick. It tastes as it smells, like cough syrup. However, tasting residual love fluid that has already been applied to skin is much better. The taste is more subtle and closer to fruity, and while I wouldn’t call it delicious, it’s not wholly unpleasant.
Once applied to skin, gently blowing on the love fluid creates a mild warming sensation. This can be used to enhance massage or to heighten arousal, as the blood flow will already be increased in the genitals and other erogenous zones.
Since this product contains glycerin, I don’t use it on my genitals, but I use it to enjoy warm, tingly sensations elsewhere. I expected this stuff to be a yucky, sticky mess, but it’s really not. As it gets worked into the skin and dries there is some residue, but it just feels dry, not tacky or greasy, and it rinses off fairly easily.