Erotic electrostimulation refers to the act of using electricity for sexual stimulation. Electrostimulation dates back as early as the mid 1700s. By the mid 1970s, medical transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) machines were widely available. The machines work by stimulating nerve endings with electricity, sending signals of stimulation to the brain. Electrostimulation works off this same principle, when the brain received a signal of stimulation from the genitals, pleasure hormones are released.
Even with the Lelo logo, the Mia 2 vibrator looks more like a mascara or lip gloss than it does a sex toy. Not to worry though, despite its under-the-radar appearance, this rechargeable vibe definitely isn't lacking in power or intensity. The flat side of the vibe offers pinpointed vibration and six settings, so you'll definitely find your sweet spot. Plus, if you uncap the toy, there's a USB stick built in for easy charging on the go. No more lost cords!
The Hitachi Magic Wand is referred to as the "Cadillac of vibrators" for a reason. It's big, it's powerful, and it's reliable. Originally created to relax muscles, the wand quickly gathered a cult following as a vibrator for its undeniable ability to relax people (especially those with clits) in other ways. While the sex toy works wonders for solo play, it's fun to use in a relationship to help a partner with a vagina reach orgasm during penetrative sex. For those into BDSM, the magic wand is often used by the dominant on the submissive partner to bring the sub to orgasm while they're bound or tied up. Sex Toy
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