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If you’re just starting out with BDSM or just wanted to do something different in the bedroom, eye masks are the perfect toys to experiment with. Well, as the name suggests, this toy covers your eyes or your partner’s eyes for sexual pleasure. When you hinder your partner’s sense of sight, it heightens their other senses, making them more sensitive to your caresses and whispers.

Aside from the heightened sensitivity, one of the best things about eye masks is that they’re versatile; you can use them with vanilla and kinky plays. You can also incorporate various sex toys with it, such as cuffs, ticklers, whips, paddles, mouth gag, vibrators, anal toys, and so much more. It’s also simple to use— no installation required. Just pop it in and then start getting dirty.

To use this toy, just start by gently putting the mask over your partner’s eyes. Give teasing whispers to your partner’s ear. After that, giving them gentle kisses over their erogenous zones. Enjoy the thrilling fun!

If you’re interested in getting this alluring toy, check our wide selection of eye masks above. We’re the trusted sex toy shop in the Philippines, providing you with discreet shipping nationwide.

History of Eye Masks

In the 18th century, blindfolds were already mentioned in numerous erotic novels, including the infamous Justine (The Misfortunes of Virtue) by Marquis de Sade. They’ve included blindfolds on some of the sex scenes, adding that mysterious and surprising effect on the said scenes. However, as eye masks weren’t even invented, the only blindfolds that can be used for that period were scarves and other similar garments.

Eye masks were invented in the 1930s when Elsie M. and Edward C. patented this item. It’s designed as a shield for the eyes when someone’s resting and as a protection for someone taking treatments that involve lights. It was never intended to be used for sexual purposes, but eye masks have slowly become a staple in bondage plays as the years went on.

As BDSM-themed movies entered the scene in the 1980s, such as the 9 ½ weeks by Adrian Lyne, people started considering eye masks as a fun addition in the bedroom. Eventually, pleasure toy companies started producing masks that are specifically designed for adult plays.

Things To Look For When Buying Eye Masks

When getting yourself an eye mask for sensory deprivation play, it’s important to check the toy’s quality. With that, here are some of the distinct features that you should look out for when buying bondage eye masks.

First, make sure that the item gives space for breathing— even the one full-hood ones that cover the entire face and head. Next, ensure that your mask does a good job of restricting your vision; some cheaper blindfolds allow peeking beneath the bottom part, ruining the kinky play.

Another thing to check is if it’s adjustable or not. Don’t forget to check the straps’ length, especially if the eye mask isn’t advertised as adjustable. Also, don’t forget to check if the design matches your preferences. Are you into simpler designs? Do you like bondage eye masks with patterns in them? Go for something that fits your style. Lastly, make sure that the mask is made with body-safe materials, such as cotton, leather, silk, or polyester.

Care & Maintenance

Generally, you can clean eye masks by hand washing them with mild unscented soap and warm water. However, certain materials have distinct cleaning instructions, so you better check your eye mask’s material before cleaning it.

If you have eye masks made with leather, keep in mind that you can’t submerge them in water. You can only clean it by wiping the mask with a damp soapy towel. Let it air dry; never dry it through direct sunlight as the item’s surface will only deteriorate because of this. As for other materials, such as cotton, silk, or polyester, you can hand wash it with water and soap. You can also put it in the washer; just make sure you’re using the gentlest cycle and cold temperature. Never use bleach when washing your eye masks. Let it air dry.

You can either keep the eye masks in the closet, specifically on the section where you keep your intimates. Another option is to store them inside a storage box; put the masks inside a satin or velvet pouch first.

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