Vibrators For Beginners
For those wondering what are the best vibrators for beginners, the huge selection of products can be a little daunting. With so many different vibrators on the market, each with a number of different features, you never know which product is suited to your personal requirements. After all, it isn’t just about great orgasms anymore, you need a vibrator to suit your lifestyle too.
Figure out what you actually like before choosing a beginners vibrator
When choosing a beginner’s vibrator, take a little time to get to you know your body first. The best way to understand what you do and don’t like in the bedroom, is through masturbation. By using your fingers, you’ll learn to understand whether you prefer clitoral stimulation, G Spot stimulation or a combination of both. This may seem a little strange, but a little bit of experimentation goes a long way whilst choosing your first sex toy.
Using masturbation to help you choose the best beginners vibrator
For those who enjoy clitoral stimulation alone, something small but powerful like the Rocks Off vibrating bullet is a great way to start. Whilst those who enjoy a combination of G Spot and clitoral pleasure might like to try a rabbit vibrator because they offer dual stimulation. Those who love having their G Spot stimulated may want to try a vibrator with a curved tip, so it hits the right spot.
Find out about the products themselves before looking at vibrators for beginners
When seeking the best vibrators for beginners, it’s always worth visiting a store or booking a sex toy party (Ann Summers). Have a look at the selection of sex toys and experiment with different functions before making a decision. Also, a lot of home party schemes offer incentives for party hostesses like money off or free gifts, so it’s a great way to save cash.
Things to consider when looking at the best vibrators for beginners
When seeking a beginners vibrator, taking some time to consider a few things will make your life a whole lot easier in the long run. For those who live in shared housing or have young families, you might want a sex toy which is more discreet and easier to store. With some vibrators, they can be a little loud during use which is fine if you live alone, but for those who require a degree of privacy, look for a vibrator advertised as whisper-quiet, as these are virtually silent.
For discreet storage, look for vibrators which are shaped as ordinary household objects, like the Lipstick Vibrator or come in a luxury storage pouch. These enable you to store your vibrator out of sight and keep it free from dust and exposure, which can lead to infections.
If you prefer to use your vibrator in the bathroom behind a locked door. Look for a vibrator advertised as waterproof, as this can be used in the bath or shower. Quite often, a waterproof vibrator can be easily slipped into a wash bag so it’s another great solution for those in shared accommodation.
Finding the best vibrators for beginners online
If you’d prefer to keep your purchases confidential, shopping for your first vibrator online is much easier than you think. Based on your requirements, either clitoral stimulation, G Spot stimulation or dual stimulation (rabbit style vibrator) use the search bars on websites such as Simply Sutra, AmazingO or Smasky to highlight the vibrators which suit your requirements.
If you want more information about the functions of the vibrator, check out the LoveHoney website and type in the name of the vibrator on the search bar. Because LoveHoney have the largest collection of customer reviews in the UK and informative videos, you can spend some time seeing how the vibrator works sex toys and following the experience of other customers.
Once you have found the perfect vibrator, type it into the Frolicka search engine and compare the price with other sex toy websites. With so much competition out there, this is another great way to save money.
Taking care of your first vibrator
Remember me saying that vibrators aren’t just about great orgasms… There is a little more to it. For those using a vibrator for the first time, you may require lubricant to help with easier insertion. However, not every kind of lubricant is suitable for use with your vibrator. Taking some time to check with the website or manufacturer to see what they advise will help your vibrator to last a long longer. If you aren’t sure, I’d advise using a water-based lubricant as these are compatible with most good quality vibrators.
After using your vibrator, always take the time to keep it clean and dry to avoid the spread of infection. For this you may want to use an antibacterial sex toy cleaner like the Fifty Shades of Grey Sex Toy Cleaner. Once the vibrator is dry, place it in a storage pouch and keep it somewhere safe.