Lovemoiselle Cecile - traditional vibrator by Lovemoiselle - review by Rayne Millaray

Lovemoiselle Cecile

Traditional vibrator by Lovemoiselle

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All Girly and Stuff

Cecile is a beautifully designed ceramic vibrator. Her bulbous head and bulges make for amazing g-spot and labia stimulation. I wouldn't suggest her to someone looking for pinpoint stimulation, though,
Beautiful design, firm labia and G-spot stimulation.
Not very powerful.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review


Cecile's curvy shape and firm material, combined with her vibrations make her a good vibe for G-spot and labia stimulation. Women who need more of a curve might find they have to angle her a bit, but she still hits all the right spots.

I probably wouldn't suggest her to someone looking for strong, pinpoint stimulation. She's not quite strong enough for that.

Cecile is great for warm up, or a tease, or the inserted part of the main event. Beginners will love her soft, feminine look and long-time vibe users will love her firm penetration.
  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Everyone
    • Couple foreplay/after climax play
    • Long / extended session
    • Relaxation/alone time
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Home
    • On the road/travel friendly

Material / Texture

Cecile is white ceramic with a light purple flower painted on the shaft. Because of her material, she's smooth, firm and a little heavier than a traditional vibe.

She's vitrified so that she's nonporous. She contains no phthalates or latex. She's hypo-allergenic. And she's resistant to thermal shock, so she can be used for temperature play.

Cecile is hard and durable, but please be careful not to drop her. She could chip or break.

Design / Shape / Size

Cecile is eight inches long, six and one-quarter of that being insertable. At her widest point, she has a diameter of one and one-half inches and a circumference of four and three-quarters inches. She has curves like you wouldn't believe and the slightest little wrinkle teasing along her side. Her appearance reminds me of Mom when I was a girl. Gentle, feminine and crafty.

From her bulbous head, Cecile bulges twice more before flaring out to her violet plastic battery cover. Her control button isn't directly on the bottom, but I still bump it occasionally.

To open the battery compartment, simply twist the purple end. Underneath, you'll find a + and - on the outside of the white battery compartment to illustrate which direction the two AAA batteries should be inserted.

Functions / Performance / Controls

Cecile's not really the strongest toy I've ever used, but she's definitely not the weakest. Her vibrations are strongest toward her center, but they travel to her tip nicely. While probably not ideal for pinpoint stimulation, Cecile's design and vibrations make her excellent for g-spot and vulva stimulation, and absolutely divine for smooth, effortless thrusting.

The white button on her base cycles through a low and high vibration setting, and then three pulsation variables. When you're ready to turn her off, just hold down the button for a couple seconds till the vibrations stop.

Care and Maintenance

You can store Cecile in her box if you have the room, but if not, the velvet bag she comes with works just as well. Be careful not to drop her or bang her into things. The best thing to store her in would probably be a padded bag.

To clean her, take her batteries out and wash her with antibacterial soap and water, or wipe her down with a ten percent bleach solution. Please don't submerge her. Cecile isn't waterproof.


Cecile comes in a luxurious black cardboard box decorated with a large shiny black flower on the front and several smaller silver flowers on the sides. There's a plastic cut-out to reveal the top half of the toy and a silver ribbon-like piece of cardboard around the box. On the back, you'll find a description of the toy in seven languages overlaying three of the smaller flowers in shiny black.

Upon pulling the lid off, you'll notice the Cecile nestled tightly in stiff molded foam which rests atop a user manual and a black velvet storage bag.
Follow-up commentary
Oh Cecile...

I don't use Cecile for her vibrations anymore. Not because they don't cut it, or anything like that. But because of the sheer enjoyment I get out of using her as a dildo. Her curves and firm shaft are exquisite all on their own.

She doesn't seem to drain batteries as much as some of the toys I own. Her vibes are still better for warm-up than the main event, but still nice. She feels awesome in the hand. Quite comfortable to hold and use. I just like her better as a dildo.
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  • Sammi
    I love my ceramic dildo - I want to try a vibrating ceramic piece next. This one is very pretty Smile
  • Femme Mystique
    Hmm... too bad it isn't stronger!
  • Kynky Kytty
    Interesting follow up, and I completely understand, there are some Fun Factory vibrators that I would like just for their dildo potentials.
  • Liz
    Nice review!
  • Raggedy Andie
    This is such a pretty toy.
  • Mell
    Thanks for the review!
  • zracer
    Great review
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  • Tbanda
    Appreciate great review!
  • Vegan Silk
    Thank you! Great review!
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