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Product Review: Intimate Moments Gift Set by Kama Sutra

January 15th, 2010 2 comments

Ooo, what’s that?

That? That’s just the Intimate Moments Gift Set by Kama Sutra.  It contains a bottle of Sweet Almond Massage Oil, some Sweet Honeysuckle Honey Dust and a feather applicator.

What’d it come in?

The gift set came in a nice green and cream cardboard box with a see-through plastic cut out in the front.  Like all of Kama Sutra’s packaging, the box is modest and elegant in its design.

Inside, trapped in tightly molded plastic (as in, I had trouble getting everything out of it), you’ll find a plastic 4 oz. bottle of Sweet Almond Massage Oil, the feather applicator and a metal cylinder.  Inside the cylinder is the usual satin drawstring pouch (in black for this kit) covering a plastic bag that’s twist-tied closed.

What’s in it?

Massage oil: Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Pistacia Vera Seed Oil, C 12-15, Alkyl Benzoate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Frangrance, Tocopheryl Acetate, Aplpha-Isomenthyl Ionone, Benzyl Benzoate, Citronellol, Coumarin, Limonene, Linalool  Read more…

Behaving and Babbling and New Toys

January 12th, 2010 10 comments

This whole behaving myself thing is kinda neat.  There’s little to no shouting or hurt feelings.  No tense undertone to dinner.  No added stress on Master’s already stressed day.  If/when He stops working for the night, we can just… breathe.

The only things we do fight about have to do with His job.  How much He works.  How much He covers for everyone else even though almost no one seems interested in returning the favor.  How often He’s home all day, sitting not ten yards away from me, and I can’t even so much as tell Him I love Him because it might be overheard by a customer.

I’ve never understood that.  When I was a kid, I thought it was just my father being a douche.  As I got older, I realized it’s this “professionalism” thing.  It’s considered unprofessional, in some work environments, to show affection.  And it makes absolutely no sense to me.  I like to know a person loves their family.  It makes them more human.  As ridiculously annoying as they can be, I still prefer dealing with humans to dealing with machines.

Master just made me request a hood for review.  I kind of hate Him a little bit, right now.  He very plainly told me He doesn’t care and is sure He’ll enjoy my devastation.



I’ll console myself with the fact that my very first LELO toy is on its way to me right now.  None other than the overhyped Ella.  We’ll see if she stands up to the test.  As well as my first Hitachi.  And some attachment or other that I can’t remember and bought just to get as close to $100 as possible.  And Mint Tree Bathing Gel from Kama Sutra that I’m gonna use as a shower gel cause I’m a rebel like that.  And because I don’t have a bath tub.

That’s one of the requirements when we finally do move.  The next house has to have a full-size tub.  Our last apartment had a tub, but it was a mini one and it sucked.  I’m talking claw foot or something.  It’s high time I get back into my bubble bath routine.  I mean, He gets massages, like, all the time.  I should get a bubble bath occasionally. ~nods emphatically~  Please? ~puppy dog eyes~  Read more…

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Product Review: Treasure Trove Gift Tin by Kama Sutra

September 19th, 2009 Comments off

TreasureTroveGiftTinI’ve been lusting over the Treasure Trove Gift Tin since I started working at The Earth Shop, a (now out of business) chain of green stores that plagued the malls up here.  I loved that store.

We were required to give demonstrations of any products that came with testers.  And I was probably the only employee that would demonstrate the Oil of Love.  Of course, the only reason I wanted to demonstrate it was so I could taste it again.  I’ve tried every flavor of the Oil of Love except the tangerine.  I can’t wait to get that one.

All of the products in this gift tin are edible except the feather.  Although, I suppose, if you really wanted to, you could eat the feather.  I doubt it’ll be very tasty, though.

On of the products in this tin is Honey Dust to dust on the skin with the brown and black feather applicator.  It adds a light aroma and sweet flavor to your skin.

Another is the Stimulating Pleasure Balm, which is meant to tease you and your lover’s intimate bits with a gentle tingle.

And, of course, the Oil of Love, which heats with friction and is, by far, my favorite of the bunch.

One of our best purchases yet.