I was curious to give this clitoral stimulant a go having tried something purporting to do the same thing for my sexual pleasure quite a while ago. The product I used then wasn’t one of the most pleasant experiences and had me running to the bathroom to remove it post haste.
Was On Arousal Oil going to be different? After all it did say in the promotional material I read that it was made from all natural ingredients and unlike other arousal preparations to quote them doesn’t rely on “vasodilators, such as L-Arginine and Niacin, or “stimulating” ingredients such as menthol, peppermint oil, or citric acid (orange oil) that can irritate sensitive areas. ON uses all natural, botanical ingredients that have been used for centuries – but never like this.”
So being open minded I was prepared to give it a go and see what it could do for me but first here are some notable points made by the makers of On:
- All natural, oil-based, botanical formula
- No L-Arginine, menthol, or citrus
- No harsh preservatives, parabens, perfumes, or artificial flavoring
- Natural arousal thru genital response
- Works in seconds and lasts up to 45 minutes
- Pleasant smelling and actually tastes good
- Medically endorsed
- Available in convenient single dose ampoules or discrete multi-dose bottles
I was in a randy mood when I disappeared out of the office clutching my classy looking black bottle, leaving Alex to continue his work in the office. As I left the room he said enjoy, as if I needed to be told. Lol
It was dusk and I pulled the curtains too and slipped out of my clothes and in to my nightie, I wanted to be comfortable to be totally immersed in the sensations I was about to encounter. Sans clothes but not totally naked, after all we were in the grip of a cold snap.
The bedroom was warm being adequately heated by the central heating so I lay on top of the duvet. Paring my legs in eager anticipation I unscrewed the cap from the bottle of On. In the literature it suggested that a good starting dose would be just one drop, maybe two if you required them and even more if necessary.
One would be fine for me. I applied gentle pressure to the walls of the bottle and watched as a small droplet landed on the tip of my right index finger. Before the oil ran off my finger I applied it to my clitoris, ensuring that I massaged it all around my clitoris as per the instructions.
Once applied I smelt my finger and savoured the aroma of rosemary as it hit my nostrils. The On Oil had an obvious herbal fragrance that was pleasant to the nose. But I felt nothing and started to wonder if I may need to add another drop.
Nooooo. As that thought coursed through my head the On’s effect started to work on my clitoris. At first it felt slightly warm and comforting, then it started to heat up. It was still bearable but not the kind of sensation that arouses me. The instructions did advise that the effect of the oil can take a few minutes to kick in so I told myself to be patient.
And then it started to get warmer and warmer, which didn’t work for me at all. Remembering what I had read, you are advised not to wash the oil off as this can exacerbate the effects. However it did say the most effective way to remove it was to let your partner lick it off.
At this point I shouted Alex to come and lick me. Needless to say he didn’t need asking twice. Lol by now I was getting a little too warm for comfort.
He started to lap at me and within seconds withdrew from between my legs saying that his tongue felt like he had just eaten a hot madras curry. I then remembered that the instructions also advised the best way to remove the On oil was to wipe it off.
Taking a few pieces of toilet roll from the top of my bedside drawer I wiped off as much as I could and a few minutes later the heat dissipated to a tolerable level.
Clearly this product wasn’t for me but I can see that in women with a less sensitive clitoris it could be beneficial and make for a more pleasurable experience.
One word of advice, less is more if you do try On Arousal Oil. Start off with one drop and build up to your own tolerance level.