How To Use Kama Sutra Oil

If you have no idea how to use Kama Sutra oil you will in just a few moments and you’ll wonder why you’ve waited so long to try it. Kama Sutra is a popular brand that manufactures a variety of sensual, romantic products with one of their most popular being the oils from their "Oil of Love" line.

  1. Choose a Flavor. Kama Sutra oil comes in a variety of different flavors including The Original (blend of chocolate, vanilla and cinnamon), Strawberries and Champagne, Vanilla Crème, Raspberry Kiss, Chocolate Mint, Cherry Almond and Tropical Mango. If you aren’t sure which you’d like best you may want to opt for The Collection which is a sampler set so you can try multiple flavors without buying full size bottles. This way you'll have several different flavors to choose from as you learn how to use Kama Sutra oil.
  2. Drip Away. When you and your partner are ready to get intimate or you want to get them in the mood, drip some Kama Sutra oil on anywhere on the body of your choosing. It’s safe for the most erogenous areas so where you drip the enticing oil is completely up to you.
  3. Blow on It. When you blow on this oil after it’s been dripped on the body it will create a warming sensation that will blow your partner away.
  4. Savor the Flavor. Kama Sutra oil is completely safe to eat and the flavors are amazing so have your tongue ready to lap up the oil and massage your partner at the same time. You can also use use Kama Sutra oil as a massage oil for back massages or other areas you like to massage.

Once you see how to use Kama Sutra oil and how easy it is you will probably have a hard time going without it. It’s the perfect item to use anytime or just for special occasions.



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