ON natural arousal oil for her - clitoral gel by Sensuva Organics - review by aliceinthehole

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ON natural arousal oil for her

Clitoral gel by Sensuva Organics

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Cinnam-On

On is a clitoral stimulating oil that combines warmth and tingling sensations to incite arousal. A blend of essential oils including sweet almond, cinnamon, and rosemary create a scent that reminds me of Christmas, and is spicy for sure. It didn't work for me but once out of the 3 times I tried it, but different women's bodies will experience it differently. If you like warming lubricants, you may want to try this out.
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Pros:
Warming and tingling sensation, cute discreet package and bottle.
Cons:
Oil cannot be used with latex condoms, can cause vaginal infections, smell and taste are odd.
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use



As a clitoral warming oil, On's mission is to rouse your deepest dirtiest thoughts, prepping you for the big show. It heats up as you apply it to your lovebead, creating a hot sensation. It has the effect of a warming lubricant but is not to be used as one. Seriously. It's oil! And oil and vagina do not mix.

Apply On before intercourse and before applying lube. Don't let it come into contact with latex condoms, because they could then be rendered useless.

Woman who are pregnant, nursing, or trying to conceive should not use it. Also if one has a vaginal infection, steer clear.
    • Sex

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

With the slick consistency of olive oil, On is thin, pours easily, and runs a bit on your finger. Since you'll only be using 1-2 drops at a time (be careful with this stuff! You don't want a tabasco-crotch) it won't run on your clit, which is good. You don't want it near your other girly parts.
Since it is primarily oil, and is oil-based, it will leave an oily residue. Not getting this in your urethra, causing bladder infections, may be difficult. Wash it off after use with an all-natural, colorless soap (the only kind that should come near your ladyparts to avoid infections).

The oil is orange-yellow in color. The ingredients naturally contribute to this color.

The ingredients are, in order of prominence:

Proprietary Essential Oil Blend including: Sweet Almond Oil
Cinnamomum Cassia
Natural Tocopjerols (Vitamin E)
Silica
Phenoxyethanol
Ethylhexyglycerin
Rosemary Oil Extract
    • Oily
    • Slick
    • Thin

Taste / Aroma

Woo! The taste. That's the first word that comes to mind: 'Woo!'

It's got a bite. It reminds me of pine tree sap, cinnamon, and spice. It's slightly bitter with a tingling, minty finish. The word 'Christmas' also comes to mind. Shit, my tongue's still tingling... this works better on my tongue than it did on my clit, by far!

For such a small bottle and such a small amount, the smell packs a powerful punch. It's a mixture of cinnamon, almond, and rosemary, with cinnamon prevailing. The result isn't necessarily comforting or pleasant. Mixed with vagina smell, it's kind of pungent. A bit dirty-smelling.

The smell lingers on your fingers for an hour. As well as your downstairs, unless you wash it off (which you should.)
    • Bad taste
    • Strong smell

Performance

The first time I placed 2 careful drops of this on my lovebead, I experienced a slight warming sensation that grew after 2 minutes, then disappeared after about ten. Per the instruction booklet included in the package, this should turn 'on' after about 30-45 seconds and last up to 45 minutes. No such luck here.

The second and third time I used this, with fingers and bullet for stimulation, I noticed no warming sensation whatsoever. I was turned on, however. That was probably the bullet's doing, and not 'On.'

Different women's bodies will respond to this in varying ways. So you might have this send you to the moon. Or you could get a dud, like me. If it does work for you, you'll experience a new sensation on your clit like never before. The words 'hot and tingling' come to mind. That's pretty sexy, isn't it?
    • Needs to be washed off with soap and water
    • Not compatible with all materials
    • Reapply often

Packaging



In a teeny box, in a teenier bottle, On comes to you to help you come. The discreet, easily hidden, sexily-designed box contains a 5ml/.17 oz. bottle. The box makes some claims about On's performance, and throws out some instructions for use, as well as ingredients and warnings. For the cute design alone, this would definitely make a nice gift.





Per the box, over 50 applications are included in this bottle. I can't see it lasting that long, but if you're not reapplying it as I did, and merely using 1-2 drops per use and it actually does last 45 minutes per application, then sure.

The FDA throws in a word here about how they've not evaluated the statements made on the package so don't blame them if it doesn't work or lands you in the hospital. Yeah, yeah, FDA. Like we trust your judgment anyway.

A well-appreciated instruction sheet is included. It's very informative and well-written. It includes some FAQs such as what to expect of the product, a number to contact with questions, compatibility with condoms (nope, not compatible), and lets you know it's safe to ingest during oral sex. It just tastes funny. And tingles your tongue.

The bottle features a twist-off cap that is sealed with plastic upon shipping for your protection. The applicator is a white dropper that releases one drop at a time if inverted and gently, slowly squeezed. The oil does tend to run a bit, but if you're careful, it's easy to get just one drop.
    • Discreet looking packaging
    • Would make a nice gift

Special Features

The warming effect this creates includes tingling. So you've got heating up and tingling occurring simultaneously. If you're into that sensation, it's very nice. It can get too intense for some, in which case, keep soap and water handy to wash it off.

Personal comments

Personally, warming lubricants scare me. Oil around my vagina scares me worse, as a sufferer of bladder infections and yeast infections. If you have no problems with those things and really enjoy warming lubes, you may enjoy this.

You can use a warming lubricant instead of this, however, and achieve the same effect, honestly.
Follow-up commentary
I ended up giving this to a friend. The smell I could not get over and it just did nothing at all for me. I haven't heard back yet from her... which probably means she's in her bed somewhere orgasming with this on her clit. To each her own reaction when it comes to clitoral gel. You may like it. Then again, you may not.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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Comments
  • lilly555
    lilly555  
    Great review, thanks for including the ingredients!
  • aliceinthehole
    aliceinthehole  
    'course! thanks for reading and commenting.
  • KC Kitten
    KC Kitten  
    I agree, oil around my girl parts is a bit scary, but this product certainly does seem great. I like how small the bottle is
  • Airen Wolf
    Airen Wolf  
    Hmmm does it have enough rosemary oil to be an abortificant? That seems like a bit of overkill. Still I suppose it doesnt hurt to be careful. Cinnamon oil tends to numb an area in higher concentrations for some people...it sort of shocks the nerves. That's notgonna cause permanent damage, mind you, but could expain whey it ony seemed to work for you the initial time you used it. Iuse cinnamon oil for relaxing muscle rubs because of the slight numbing property.
    Looks like an interesting product though, I think I will wishlist it for my next order!
  • aliceinthehole
    aliceinthehole  
    the rosemary oil is the last listed ingredient, so my guess is no. it's the least prominent ingredient. i'm sure it's harmless. not only is it in only trace amounts but you're also only putting 2 drops of it on your clit, steering clear of your vagina. i wouldn't worry about it.

    if you're very concerned however, you can always simply avoid this product, IMHO it doesn't do enough to justify any concerns anyway. a finger and/or a tongue always does the trick. this is really not much fancier, at least in my experience.
  • mmike1900
    mmike1900  
    Good and thorough.
  • Katelyn
    Katelyn  
    Hahaa putting a hot tamale on your clit! Thanks ; )
  • MamaDivine
    MamaDivine  
    Thanks for the review.
  • xjonxthexgreenx
    xjonxthexgreenx  
    thanks for the review
  • U3H
    U3H  
    Thanks
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