SOME LIKE IT HOT
The temperature has been dropping and so may be your libido. Funny enough, our bodies are programed via circadian rhythms to not want to reproduce in the winter months. A University of Tasmania study found hibernation causes metabolisms to slow and sex drives to wane, as sleep and calorie loads increase. And a a study by Duke University in North Carolina showed that gaining weight kills libido and makes both men and women less sexually adventurous.
Cool weather also tends to dull sensation. Warm weather and heat facilitate heating things up romantically. Ways around this are body-to-body heat–aka the quickest way to warm up–and an added bonus being when you connect with another body, as a woman, you get a boost in your level of oxytocin. Which is the women's feel-good hormone; so this has an aphrodisiac aspect.
All of these factors may have been hindering your love life this past winter, so it's time to spice it up–quite literally. Below are our favorite ways to add some heat to the bedroom.
This glide warms naturally by using “Cinnamomum Zeylanicum” Bark extract. The unique formula warms the skin on contact through natural derived glycerine and the cinnamomum extract.
Exsens' silky massage oil warms on first touch, delivering a glorious heating effect that can be intensified through mouth-to-skin contact. You can choose between two scents: vanilla or coconut. Give 'em a taste–they're delicious!
Foreplay and touch sensation heats up with this dual acting topical stimulant. This water-based cream provides a thrilling combination of warming and buzzing sensations.
Pair this baby with any lube you want! We love glass products because of their wonderful ability to heat up along with your body temperature. You can also control the temp by heating it up in warm water or cooling it off in the freezer.
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