We know that genital blood flow is a critical part of sexual arousal in woman. Selene was designed to provide sexual benefits. Use the pump with or without the vibratory feature to pull blood into the clitoral area and surrounding tissue to increase genital sensation, lubrication, and ease of reaching orgasm.
Features - Easy to use hand pump with purge valve - Removable, replaceable sponge to protect motor from lubricant - Superior Clitoral Suction - Hygienically superior Silicone Sleeved Smooth for Greater Suction, Noduled for Orgasmic Sensations
Uses 2 AAA Batteries (Not Included)
About The Berman Center Line The Berman Center Intimate Accessories Collection was designed by women for women to give you and your partner exactly what you need to optimize your sex life. I, along with my team of clinicians, have worked with thousands of women through the years and we've listened to what they want and need. This line is designed around that feedback and is focused on what works for women. Pleasing and ergonomic designs discreet packaging, quiet devices, and clear instructions for use are all hallmarks of the Berman Center Intimate Accessories.
Each item in my line is designed for a different sexual challenge or set of sexual health goals. Whether you've never had an orgasm, want to strengthen your pelvic floor or you want to spice things up with your partner, there is an Intimate Accessory that is perfect for you.
A recent research study conducted by the Berman Center demonstrated that women who use vibrators experience greater levels of sexual satisfaction and express overall higher quality of life. Exploring your own body is a key first step in empowering yourself to maintain and improve your sexual life.Use the intimate Accessories alone or share with your partner. We have included instructions and diagrams to show you how to use these products in ways that have been the most successful for other women. We hope you and your partner enjoy using them as much as we enjoyed creating them.
Condoms come in all shapes and sizes. This chart should help you to find the correct condom style.
This was a total waste of money, the suction doesn't work when the area is moist, and doesn't work when batteries are in place. The vibrator is very loud. I was totally disappointed.
Jen - Virginia
Although the pump function is a really good idea, especially for those of us with reduced clitoral sensation, the unit itself doesn't work all that well. The vibrating function is incredibly loud and far too powerful for beginners. Also, the suction is impaired by the vibrating function, and it can be annoying to use the pump while your trying to orgasm. A great idea that needs to be refined and perfected by the Berman Center.
Condoms come in all shapes and sizes. This chart should help you in pick the right condom style that will aid in making condom wearing more enjoyable.
Reservoir Tip Condoms
These are regular condoms. The reservoir tip acts as a trap to collect semen.
Non-Reservoir Tip Condoms
These condoms feature a straight wall design without a reservoir tip. These are mostly used in the healthcare industry and for oral sex.
These condoms provide a better fit and more comfort.
These condoms have raised bumps for added sensation.
These condoms have raised lines on the shaft. These lines help in stimulation the vagina for added sensation.
Special Shaped Condoms
These condoms feature a "Baggy" pouch on the head. Condoms like the the Pleasure Plus, Twisted Pleasure and the Inspiral use this pouch for extra stimulation. The extra headroom for him makes it less restrictive and better feeling. The excess "Bagginess" will hit upon her most sensitive regions to help in creating extra sensation.
When looking at the various condom stats on our Web site, please keep the following in mind.
Our average condom thinness is 0.0027".
We consider .0019" or less to be "Super Thin" and "More Sensitive".
Note: Lubrication is especially needed on "Super Thin" condoms!
Our average condom is 2" wide.
We consider less than 2" to be "Snug" and longer than 2.125" to be "Large".
The width measurement is taken at the middle of the condom shaft.
Our average condom headroom measurement is 2.125"
We Consider 2.25" or More to be "Roomy" and 2" and less to be "Form-Fitted"
The headroom measurement is taken in the middle of the head.
Note: The complied stats are not exact, they they are just an indicator to help you find the perfect condom.