In Ancient India :: young women inserted two circled stoned into vagina to train their vaginal muscles. In Japan - two vaginal beads from metal of ivory. Women should hold these vaginal beads in vagina, and do not let them drop out. This muscle game considered to be a special art in India. Japan geishas kept this skill for enthusiastic fiances and for special receptions. Improved, modern exercises for vaginal muscles were brought to France in 18 century from Far East. Frenchmen gave the name to these toys – pommes d'amour (love apples). They used these vaginal beads in courts. Today some vaginal beads are supplied with vibrating device. Women with enough trained vaginal muscled are recommended to use small heavy metal beads with smooth surface. Before and after using, vaginal beads are washed with hot water.
Finger vibrators :: are versatile. You can stimulate yourself, your partner and the most sensitive areas of your body as clitoris. You can use them during sexual intercourse. These vibrators are so easy that you are able to find so many uses for them and you'll like including them into your foreplay actions. Finger vibrators are mini sex toys you clip onto your finger. Use them during doggie style sex rubbing your clitoris. You can also use this small vibrator as G spot stimulator and for vaginal stimulation. Finger vibrators are perfect to masturbate with. They excite your erogenous zones. You can massage nerve endings on neck, inner thighs, under the penis and balls. Do not forget about nipples. Finger Vibrators have just the right size to stimulate and reach the G spot and zones outside the G spot.
Water based lubricants are :: available in every possible consistency, from thin as water to thick as pudding. Thick water-based lubricants can be better for anal play and easier for playing with sex toys. It is possible that a thicker water-based lubricant creates an extra cushion of comfort for anal play, and certainly true that it's easier to use with sex toys as it stays on better than a thin lubricant will. Some people find thinner lubricants are cleaner and less noticeable. You may also want to consider how the lubricant feels when it dries. Most water-based lubricants will feel a bit tacky when they dry up. There are a few non-tacky products that are less sticky when they dry. Water-based lubricants are recommended by doctors and health care workers.