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The Big Gay Review On Kama Sutra Naturals Massage Oil

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I really do like Pina Colada’s. I also like getting caught in the rain and making love at midnight… but for now, let’s just focus on the Pina Colada’s. So sweet, creamy and fruity… I could literally drink them all summer long.

But then what about my poor liver? So in order to save it from some strife, I can satisfy my craving for the tropical libation by at least smelling like one. The lovely folx over at SheVibe recently sent over a few goodies to play with, and one of those was the Kama Sutra Naturals Coconut Pineapple Massage Oil. It’s been a long time since we’ve reviewed an oil or anything like that, so thought it was about time to shake it up again. A slow, sensual massage is not only a great lead into slightly naughtier things; but when you work in retail and are on your feet for long hours – a full body massage is just what’s needed to feel human again.

I would like to thank SheVibe for sending us the Kama Sutra Naturals Coconut Pineapple Massage Oil to us free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

Kama Sutra Naturals Massage Oils Coconut Pineapple

First Impressions

The packaging is fairly simple, and what i’ve come to expect from most massage oils; a simple plastic bottle with one of those flip-top lids. I’ve never used an oil by the brand Kama Sutra before, so wasn’t sure what to expect. In order to dispense the oil, you’ll need to remove the little foil cover under the lid. The lid is easy to use, even with slippery fingers, which is handy during the heat of the moment.

The oil itself is made from a base of Grape Oil, Soybean oil and Almond Oil – fairly typical ingredients, however may not suitable for those with nut allergies. You can use this several ways; as a light moisturizing oil you can use daily. For massage (obvs) or you can drip a little into your bath to soften and perfume the water. I of course used it all three ways to give it a thorough go! The scent… oh wow. Yes, this smells exactly as I had hoped. The coconut is a little more understated, but there is a definite hint of it before it’s mixed in with the sweet, fruity aroma of the pineapple. With every sniff, my mouth was watering and I was desperate for a cocktail. Scent wise, it definitely ticked all my boxes. But how did it perform?

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