A candle that melts into massage oil.
Freddy and Eddy Say:
For several years, we've used massage as a great way to connect sexually. After all, what better way to intimately become acquainted with your partner's every inch of flesh than slathering on some oil and putting your hands to work?
And there's the pun-intended rub; we've become quite adept at choosing different oils to guide our massage experiences. When seeking to elevate, for example, we turn to eucalyptus; for relaxation, lavendar. We've gotten so accomplished that we almost know instinctively where our sexual encounter will go before even starting (music is another mood guidance mechanism).
When it comes to oils, though, individuals vary widely on what constitutes the best choice for a good massage. We love "wet" oils, which take more time to work into the skin and last longer (Shunga makes a very good wet oil). On the flip side, Zyanya produces an oil that feels very light and dry, meaning faster skin to skin contact as the oils are soaked in.
Massage candles, which promise warmth alongside the usual slippery sensations, are always a tricky proposition. This is due to the fact that massage candles must be composed of ingredients - most often soy - that will not reach overly hot temperatures when melted (ulinke traditional wax, which will scald if poured directly on the body). This often means the melted oil dripped from the candle will quickly begin solidifying or fail to have the proper consistency we like for an extended period. And, in actuality, only the phenomenal Good Clean Love massage candle has maintained its liquidity properly. That is until we got our hands on the bWarm candle from bSwish. In addition to providing a nice slickness during our interludes on the massage table, the good folks at bSwish took things a step further and packaged their candle in a very handy silicone holder, tapered at the top to make pouring the melted oils a snap (and avoiding the potential mess or pain of pouring from a tin or glass holder). With three nice scents available (amber, rose, and figwood), we couldn't ask for much more.
If you're interested in purchasing a bWarm Candle,
click here or on the links above to visit our online store. More information can be found at Bswish's website.