To say we always carry out sex toy reviews on this site is a little misleading. Along with the sex toys we review other adult products like this one, the bWarm Massage candle from bSwish. It’s scented with Rouse and Patchouli and designed as the perfect start to an evening of sensuality. You don’t always have to be straight in there with the sex toys as soon as you reach the bedroom you know.
Massage candles are a great way to fill the air around you and your partner with aromas and provide the medium that allows you to indulge in a luxurious massage. That can be just part of an evening of relaxation or the beginning of a night of passion.
What’s particularly nice about the bSwish candle is that it’s specifically designed for pouring. Some other candles are just that, candles, but this one is cast in its own silicone holder. This holder frames the flame while it is burning and its elongated shape means that when you want to drizzle the wax onto your partner’s skin you can direct it exactly where you want it to go.
The first thing I found out about the bSwish candle was that it seems to take a long time to melt. Usually a few minutes of burning liberates enough wax for a back massage. On our first attempt I blew out the candle and before the small pool of wax that I had created reached the end of the shaped holder it had solidified. We tried again with a longer burn and it worked OK.
Why didn’t you read the instructions? I hear you ask. Well I had tried but despite the front of the gate-fold leaflet being in English the rest was in Russian and Japanese. So I know it was an “Instruction Manual” but more than that is a mystery. The paper was only printed on one side so this may have been a printing error, not very useful.
Back to our test.
I drizzled the wax onto Suze’s back from about 30 cm above it. Too close! Although not painful the sensation reported by Suze was uncomfortable. A little extra height solves that problem allowing the wax to shed its heat before hitting skin.
The smell that pervades the room from the burning of this candle and when you begin to massage it into skin is most definitely girly but not sickly. I’m not one for Rose on its own, but mixed with patchouli it’s very nice.
As a massage balm and skin moisturiser the candle is pretty good. Suze came away saying how soft her skin felt and although a little less slick than an oil as you’d expect from wax, LOL, you can give a really nice, slow and sensuous massage with this product.
The bSwish bWarm massage candle is very reasonably priced and very useable. It makes a great prelude to a night of fun, be that one for relaxation or something a bit more vigorous. Not having instructions in English is a bit annoying but common sense will see you through.