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Effervescent as usual, the multi talented Ms Ginger Christiansen spoke with me about her new venture- Blood Massage Oil! This is an understandable off shoot, combing two of her passions, the goth ideology and cosmetics.
Already a verified mad scientists via her Wicked Line of Cosmetics, she puts the same passion in this product.
While most lubes are made of icky ingredients, that are bad for your body/skin . The Blood massage oil has only 5. That is right, you can count the ingredients on one hand and and pronounce them!
I usually follow the idea that if I can’t pronounce it, it’s not going in my body. Well not including ethic food. But with everything else- this rule is solid.
Lets compare lube/massage oils-
K-Y the most popular lube/Massage Oil has these ingredients
Aqua, glycerine, hydroxyethylcellulose, gloconolactone, chlorhexidine digluconate, methylparaben, sodium hydroxide.
Wicked Line of Massage Oil
Olive Oil, flaxseed, earth based pigment, coconut oil *scent extract.
Which would you you want -next to and perhaps inside of your body?
It is the opinion of the author that the blood massage oil gives people a safe space to discover /embrace/understand the fetish for blood play.
Previous to this invention, there was not a safe space to discover this fetish. You could watch others or do it yourself. This massage oil gives a welcomed intermediary phase.This is a great product for those inside of a poly relationship to discover the idea of blood bonding.
Plus… its just plain cool.
I dont normally use lube in everyday sexual explorations. However my interest in this product was peaked so I used it solo and during heterosexual sex.As a note this massage oil is supposed to feel like there is something there. Think about this lube like goth make-up. You want people to know it is being used for effect.
A little goes a long way. It was has a satiny finish rather than a slick feel. It feels like a heavier version of Liquid Silk, but not as heavy as Astro Glide. I like the weight of the lube. My clit is extra sensitive,so the buffer of the extra weight worked well for me.
Always check with your toys to see if they are compatible with different lube/oil.
I used this with my male partner. He is not into blood play- but played along for Science! We used it during hand jobs and vaginal sex with a condom and with out.*
The handjob “felt weird but good”. This weirdness is due to the fact that it “really did feel like jerking off with blood”. This was not a fetish for him, but was not all together “icky” feeling.
As the giver of said handjob- I enjoyed the weight and non super slipperiness. I dislike water based lubes like ID, because they not only dry out, but also because you can not get a good rhythm going. This oil lasted more than thirty minutes and did not break down.
Sex with a condom– The combo was different for my partner and I- since we don’t normally use lube or condoms. But again Science!. Between the thickness of the condom and the weight of the lube- I found that my partner could turn up the intensity quicker.
Sex with out a condom*
This mimicked the feel of having sex during my period, during a lighter flow. Menstrual blood has more viscosity than the sample. However this could be a another version!
I felt like there was lube there. Normally I dislike this feeling because it is normally a sign of over use or my body rejecting the “wetness”. However with this lube, idea that “something” was there was part of the fun.
Part of the fun is the highly visual nature of the lube. It give you an all month access to your red wing fetish!
Tips for Use:
Like most oils, a little goes a long way. Pour some in your hand, and rub it on your skin. See how it looks and feels. Most oils will just lie on top of your epidermis like a blow up doll. This will soak into your skin like a lotion.
Since it is a bit thicker, you can put more pressure on the delicate parts of the anatomy head of the penis, clit.
It does not stain sheets with color however the coconut oil/olive oil can leave a residue if using silk/satin sheets. This is the same with all oils and lubes. This article might be useful on stain removal.
Usually I would recommend a skin test however with the ingredients this products I do not deem it necessary.
Another tips for use- Ask Ginger! Use the Contact button to send her a message!
A benefit of having some one that is passionate about what she does, is that she is more than willing to answer your questions, and share education about her products with you.
I would like to see a thicker version, with maybe small bits of “blood clots” floating.
The red is more orange than red-However it is my understanding that this is being worked on!
Plans for the Future
One of the best things about having a beat on new products is the excitement of the creators, but also the ability to follow products from inception.
It is Gingers’ desire that the lube be sold via glass jars, and she will be branching out with Zombie and perhaps Alien Blood!
WHY BUY THIS PRODUCT?
♥ No petrochemicals
♥ No parabens which irritate sensitive tissue
♥ Natural Ingredients
♥ 100% Vegan
♥ Cruelty Free
At $10 it is steal! The Lish website does require you to have Facebook- However you can always contact Ginger, and she will guide you through other payment options.
*Having unprotected sex is always dangerous. My partner and I have a fluid bond agreement.
*some education about lube/massage oil.
Think about where that stuff goes. While we are worried about what is in our food,our grocery bags etc- we are more than happy to slather our sexual parts with stuff we would not even eat.
Mucous membranes are the moist layer of semi-permeable tissue lining the mouth, nose, eyes, vagina and anus. Because they do not have the protective layer found on the surface of the outer skin, mucous membranes can be damaged, irritated and penetrated by synthetic chemicals more easily.
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