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Clitoral Vibrators


Clitoral Vibrators

Clitoral vibrators for women are one of the most popular adult toys. They’re mobile, compact and our favorite part—they vibrate.

Clitoral vibrators are devices designed to stimulate the clitoris, a very sensitive area near the vagina. The devices create a pulsing sensation that boosts blood flow to your clitoris, which makes it more likely for you to have an orgasm. These vibrating gadgets are your new best friends. And if you haven’t tried them yet, you’re possibly depriving yourself of one of the most pleasurable experiences in life.

  • What is a clitoral vibrator?
    A clitoral vibrator is a type of vibrator specifically designed to stimulate the clitoris. The devices create a pulsing sensation that boosts blood flow to your clitoris, which makes it more likely for you to have an orgasm.
  • What are the benefits of using a clitoral vibrator?
    Using a clitoral vibrator can help you reach climax more quickly and easily. You can simply lie in bed, grab your love toy, and let it do the job for you. It’s also great in providing targeted or pinpointed stimulation on your clitoris or G-spot.
  • Who invented the vibrators for women?
    Joseph Mortimer Granville invented and patented an electromechanical vibrator in the 1880s to help doctors conduct vulvar massages to women with hysteria.
  • How to clean vibrators for women?
    Most vibrators can be cleaned with mild soap and water or with a sex toy cleaner. Check if the sex toy is waterproof or not before washing it.

History of Clitoral Vibrators

There are plenty of myths that surround the origins of vibrators for women. One of which is that the first electro-mechanical vibrator was a device called a “percuteur” invented by British physician Joseph Mortimer Granville in the late 1870s or early 1880s.

Granville thought that vibration powered the human nervous system, and he developed the percuteur as a medical device for stimulating ailing nerves. The true origins of this love toy happened during the 19th and 20th centuries. Some women of the upper and middle class were having “hysterical” symptoms. At that time, it didn’t count as sex because the act was done through external stimulation. The doctors started to have aching wrists and hands because of the number of women getting regular treatments. Physician George Taylor thought he needed a break and invented the steam-powered vibrator for women called “Manipulator” for medical use.

Benefits of Using Clitoral Vibrators

The clitoris is a key area for sexual pleasure for people who have vulvas. Clitoral vibrators directly stimulate it, which can lead to intense orgasms that happen quickly.

Research shows that for nearly 75% of women, penetrative sex alone won’t lead to an orgasm, and 83% need clitorial stimulation to get there. A clitoral vibrator can be one way to get to greater arousal and a better chance at an orgasm. And for women suffering from painful periods and cramps, orgasms have long-been a pain relief trick. But did you know it can help with pain anywhere in the body? This is because all those hormones released after orgasm dull the receptors that would otherwise be signaling to you that you’re in pain. So be sure to grab your vibe next time you stub your toe. Regular orgasms lead to less stress, and less stress leads to a healthier heart. Research found that women who had two orgasms per week were 30% less likely to have heart disease.

Care & Maintenance

The cleaning process of clitoral vibrators for women depends on the material of the vibrator.

If your vibe is made with silicone, glass, stainless steel, or rubber, it’s best to wash them with either warm water and soap or a sex toy cleaner. Just check on the manual first if the toy is waterproof or splashproof. If the toy’s waterproof, you can safely lightly submerge it in water or wash it over a running faucet. If it’s splashproof, you can only wipe it with a damp towel or wash specific spots in a running tap (avoid putting water on battery compartments, buttons, and charging port). As for leather-made toys, it’s best to just wipe them with a damp cloth that has soap in it. After drying the toys, we highly suggest putting the toys individually in a satin pouch or velvet pouch. This will minimize exposure to dirt and dust and prevent contamination from other sex toys. Store it in a cool, dry place and away from children.

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