Naturals massage oil by Kama Sutra - review by discotits

Naturals massage oil

Oil by Kama Sutra

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Mmmm... I wish I could eat it

Overall, I found this to be a decent product. It is long-lasting, yet not too greasy. I wasn’t particularly wowed by it, as I tend to prefer massage oils with special properties (e.g. edible, warming, etc.) The upside to this product is that it is hypoallergenic and dermatologist tested, which is nice if you have sensitive skin.
Absorbs nicely, long lasting, hypoallergenic
It smells like it should be eaten
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


This thin, clear oil is a sweetly scented massage-assistant. As you may know, dry massages can be a little painful, especially when the skin is being tugged roughly. Massage oil lubricates the skin and makes the massage a much more enjoyable experience. Many massage oils also cater to other needs, such as doubling as a lubricant, warming when rubbed, or being flavored. It would have been really awesome if this one had been flavored, as it smells super delicious. This particular oil is not recommended as a lubricant, and it would be too thin anyways.

Curious about the ingredients considered “natural” in this massage oil, I did a little research. I think we can agree that Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Prunus Amygdaulus (Sweet Almond) Oil, can all be considered natural. C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate is an ester, rated a 0-1 on the cosmetic safety review database, which is commonly used to make other oils feel less greasy. It occurs naturally in benzoin, cranberries, and coconut oil. Lecithin, a fat essential to the cells of the body, is often found in many foods, including soybeans and egg yolks. Tocopheryl Acetate is an ester form of Vitamin E (Tocopherol) and vinegar (Acetic Acid) that is less acidic than the pure Vitamin E. It is also found in dairy products, meat, eggs, cereals, nuts, and leafy green and yellow vegetables.

Amyl Cinnamal occurs naturally in some plants, but is usually synthesized. Benzyl Benzoate is a fixative in fragrances to improve the stability and other characteristics of the main ingredients, and is also used as a food additive; it is a natural component of cinnamon oil, but is usually created synthetically. Benzyl Salicylate, Citronellol, Hexyl cinnamaldehyde, and Geraniol are a naturally occurring fragrance component of many essential oils. Butylphenyl Methylpropional is a synthetic fragrance compound. This is the only compound that I didn't find to be naturally derived. Limonene is the major component of the oil extracted from citrus rind. Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene alcohol chemical found in many flowers and spice plants.
    • Foreplay
    • Massage
    • Mood enhancer

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

The oil is quite thin, but pours out of the bottle slow enough. Be sure to start rubbing right away, though — it may run right out of your hands! It absorbs nicely into the skin. It lasts long enough for a pretty vigorous massage, but isn’t so greasy afterwards that I mind leaving it on for a while.
    • Slick
    • Smooth
    • Velvety

Taste / Aroma

I have the Strawberry Divine scent of this massage oil. The other two scents are Passionate Pomegranate and Tropical Fruit. This product is for EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Don’t eat it, though tempted you may be. I wouldn’t say this is the most arousing scent that could be used for a massage oil. It has a very sweet, artificial strawberry smell. My partner said it reminded him of some kind of breakfast cereal he used to eat as a kid. It made me hungry more than horny.
    • No taste
    • Smells good


The massage oil comes out of the bottle in a thin pool into your hands. You won’t need to pour much; a small amount of this oil goes a long way. It is warmed slightly by way of friction while rubbing your hands together. It keeps the skin nicely lubricated for the duration of a long massage. If you end up participating in other bedroom activities after being massaged, chances are you won’t feel the need to wash this off afterwards. It leaves the skin feeling only silky and smooth (and delicious smelling). This massage oil is not to be used as a lubricant, and hence, is not recommend for use with toys.


The massage oil comes in a dark green plastic 8oz bottle. The top is push open and probably won’t leak, but I would recommend keeping it upright just in case of leaks. The label contains a description of the product and instructions on the back in tiny black letters. It was rather hard to read, especially in a low-lit situation. The packaging is rather discreet. It is unlikely anyone will know what it is unless they pick it up and try to squint at the tiny lettering.
    • Can be opened with one hand
    • Discreet looking packaging
    • Easy to use / dispense


I asked my boyfriend to use this massage oil on me and to help me rate it. I must say that the massage itself was very nice, enhanced mostly by the silkiness of the oil. Like I have previously mentioned, the smell isn’t particularly arousing, just delicious smelling. It made us both think more of food than sex. For him it was cereal, for me it was strawberry fruit snacks. Mmmm. The fact that it absorbed into the skin nicely afterwards is much appreciated. I hate feeling like I need to shower BEFORE sex. This was definitely not the case. He gave it a 3 star and I gave it a 4. We’ll go with mine.
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    Thanks for the review.
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    Great Review!Thanks!
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    Sounds like it has a great smell to it.Great that it isnt greasy, would hate the thiness and that it is runny.Thanks for sharing
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    thanks much.
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