Review: Sensura Massage Oil

I’ve moved it all to an open shelf and it’s pretty impressive.  I’m not sure how I’ll ever use as much massage oil as I have, but don’t think I won’t try.  But I can’t stop, I had to have more!  I requested the Sensura Massage Oil from FunWares to review.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Massage Oil
  • Manufacturer:  MLF Enterprises
  • Ingredients:  Organic Safflower Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Organic Avocado Oil, Fragrance, Vitamin E, Extracts of Calendula, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Nettle, and Peppermit
  • Size:  6 oz
  • Price:  $12.95
  • Pros:  Pretty bottle; Nice smell; Feels nice to be massaged with; Long lasting
  • Cons:  Not the most discreet bottle;  Bottle can leak; Extremely runny; Leaves me a bit oilier than I’d like
  • Overall Rating: 2.75/5
  • Recommended: Yes, if you think you would enjoy the scent and don’t mind being a tad oily

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The bottle

There’s something about a blue bottle that’s very attractive.  The Sensura Massage Oil comes in a dark blue plastic bottle with a black plastic flip cap.  The front of the label says “Sensura massage oil Rain” and has an artistic outline of a woman’s body.  The back of the label lists the ingredients and says that it’s “an exquisite blend of pure, natural oils, gently infused with the essence of herbs and flowers to envelope your body in luxury and enliven your sensual awareness.”  It’s not a horribly discreet bottle, but it’s also not bad either.  One thing I wanted to add though is that I’ve had trouble with the cap leaking, especially if it gets knocked over, so this isn’t something you would probably want to lay down in a drawer, just to be safe.

The oil itself is completely clear and very runny.  It’s probably one of the runniest oils I own.  I haven’t had a problem with getting to0 much though.  If you flip the cap up and invert it the oil will not run out without you squeezing the bottle, so that helps prevent getting way too much.  A few drops on a large area will probably be all you’ll need to allow your hands to easily glide over your partners sick without leaving them too oily.  It takes a very long time to rub in and never seems to completely absorb, leaving you just a tad oily.  When used on my back it felt like it spread very easily and allowed my partner’s hands to glide well.  However, when I use it on my hands it gives them an odd, dry feeling with increased friction, so I’m not sure how I feel about it.  My partner also tends to use too much oil so it did leave me feeling like I wanted to wash it off, so I recommend going easy on it.

As far as the smell, I requested the scent “Rain”.  It also comes in Almond and Tahiti.  The first thing I thought when I smelt it though was that it smells just like the Champagne Lights Candle in Rain I reviewed.  I checked, but they’re not made by the same company, so I think it’s odd that both rain scents smell exactly the same.  The scent to me doesn’t smell exactly like rain, but it does have a rainy floral scent to it.  It’s a bit of a sharp and strong scent.  I don’t think it’s overpowering, but when I showed it to a friend, she had a strong opposition to it.  If you’re unsure, you may want to go with one of the other scents.  I didn’t brave tasting it for you guys either, it smells too flowery for that.

Overall, the Sensura Massage Oil is not my favorite massage oil.  The smell is nice, but it does leave me a bit oilier than I would like.  It’s also very runny and can easily make a mess if you’re not very careful with it.  If you want to try it it’s fairly inexpensive and it’s not a bad oil.  However, my favorite still has to be the Making Love Massage Oil.

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*This review was sponsored by FunWares, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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