With over four million sensitive nerve endings, the skin is one of the most sensual organs of the body. Research has shown that couples who spend more time touching each other enjoy happier, healthier relationships.
Since the skin offers a plane of limitless possibilities, yet is often overlooked, here’s a little guidance:
Stop neglecting your unique erogenous zones.
Most couples focus primarily on the genital region during sexual foreplay. However, several areas of the body elicit sexual arousal.
Each of us has our own authentic map of incredibly responsive areas. Think about the spots that drive you wild (even before the main event). Maybe it’s your inner thighs…or your ears…or your scalp…or your ankles. Perhaps it’s your eyelids…the nape of your neck…or the spaces between your fingers.
Start exploring your erogenous zones. As you get to know your body and discover what feels good, you’ll be able to make the most of it. Here are a few different ways you and your partner can become better acquainted with one another’s erogenous zones:
- Sensual Massage: The recipient lays on the tummy while the “masseuse” works her/his magic. Use RomantaTherapy Creamy Massage Oil, and take mental note of what feels good.
- Feather Play: One partner rests on the back while the other lightly brushes Tease Me Tickler across the skin. Start at the navel and work your way up, and then all of the way back down. Flip over and explore the other side, starting with the buttocks. Work your way up and then back down.
- Hot & Cold Sensory Play: Warm temperatures can make the body more sensitive to touch; following with cool sensations can actually cause the body to heat back up in response. This is because even the slightest temperature changes can stimulate the nerve endings. So, grab a cup of ice, Heart Warming Massager and your favorite glass toy, and find out what makes you (and your partner) feel good.
Think outside of the bedroom, too.
Sometimes, women uncover new spots during their regular daily lives. You might discover a feel-good sensation as you sit down a certain way, receive a scalp massage at the salon, grab tomatoes out of the bin at the grocery store, or have your teeth cleaned… Be open to the possibilities.
Here’s a list of the most common non-genital erogenous zones:
- Inner wrist
- Lower neck
- Inner thighs
Enjoy your exploration and finding all the hidden spots your body (and your partner’s body) has to offer!
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