Pure Romance products are IN! It’s like Christmas every time I see those boxes on my porch =) The Onyx and Wonderland Collections are gorgeous!


Look what arrived!

Here’s a little peek into my product delivery =)

Stay tuned to the first week of August… I’ll be tweeting, posting, and blogging from Pure Romance’s National Conference, showing off all the new products, training tips, and fun w/ the sisterhood!, XO


All About Silicone Toys!

Silicone Sex Toys: Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck

Sex toys come in a myriad of sizes, shapes, and functions—which is why most people buy more than one toy to play with! You want different sensations and new experiences, so you try toys with unique contours, textures, vibrations, and other special features. One thing you may be overlooking when you purchase a sex toy, however, is the material it’s made out of. That material can be the difference between a quick fling and a sensual, satisfying relationship you truly enjoy for many years.

As you search Pure Romance’s catalog and website for your perfect playmate, you might notice that a lot of the higher-priced sex toys are made of silicone. Silicone is highly coveted in the world of sex toy materials—and may be the perfect companion for your intimate escapades. But you might wonder if silicone is really worth the extra money.

So, why should you buy a silicone sex toy?

Silicone knows how hot you like it. 

Silicone toys warm to your body temperature, so anywhere they touch will feel just right. And you don’t have to worry about silicone giving you the cold shoulder because it quickly heats to your body temperature and maintains that warmth.

Silicone is nonirritating.

Silicone is a hypoallergenic material. If you have sensitive skin or allergies, silicone is unlikely to cause a reaction. That means you and your silicone sex toy can enjoy many pleasurable times together without fear of triggering an allergic response. Silicone wants only to make you feel good.

Silicone can go all night—and then some. 

You want your investment to last, and silicone toys are made for long-term relationships. Yes, you will pay a little more for silicone, but it is well worth the cost for durability and longevity. And to ensure your toy can go the distance, use only water-based lubricants or Pure Romance’s specialty toy lubricant, Simply Silk.

Silicone is clean.

Silicone sex toys are perfect for good clean fun. That’s because their non-porous surfaces are easy to clean and resistant to bacteria when properly cared for. Be sure to clean your toy before you use it and after.

Silicone isn’t afraid to show its softer side.

Silicone may be durable and nonporous, but that doesn’t mean that silicone sex toys are too hard to handle! Silicone has a soft, velvety texture that’s perfect for transmitting vibration, making every pulse feel that much more thrilling. But don’t take our word for it—see for yourself! When you book a Pure Romance party, you’ll be able to touch some of the products and compare the feel of silicone to other materials.

When you try your new silicone sex toy, you’ll understand why it’s such a popular material (it may become the only material you ever want to play with). Enjoy your silicone sex toy. If you take care of it, it will really take care of you—now and for many years to come!


Thanks for the article! XO

Not all sex toys are created equal.

Why are some vibrators just $15, while others can cost upwards of $259? This guide will show you what factors affect the price of sex toys, so you can get the most bang for your buck.

Materials: Do you like it hard? 😉 Or soft? Vibrators come in a variety of different materials, but in general:

  • The least expensive vibrators tend to be made of hard plastic. Sometimes, a plastic vibrator has a polyurethane coating, which gives it a softer texture and quickly warms to your body temperature during use.
  • Mid-range vibrators are often made of a soft jelly-like material, which offers a realistic texture many women prefer.
  • High-end sex toys are usually made of silicone, which offers a soft texture that transmits vibration better than jelly does. Silicone is also nonporous, making it very easy to clean. A lot of women prefer the look + feel of the medical grade silicone toys.

Vibrators can also be made out of specialty materials like glass or metal, which come with a higher price tag due to their novelty.

Get your motor runnin’

If you see two vibrators that look identical except for the price tag, you can usually chalk up the difference to the motor. A quieter or more powerful motor can be worth its weight in gold—and when you live in a home with others, “quieter” can prove to be essential. 😉
Batteries: It keeps going, and going …A toy that uses just one small battery will probably be less expensive than one that uses four … but it’ll also be less powerful and need replacement batteries more often. For the most power, get a rechargeable accessory—the higher price is offset by never having to buy batteries again! Main Attraction + Premiere are great options from our Seductive Spotlight Collection!

All the bells and whistles

Vibrators come with a huge range of different features. Some are waterproof, some have twirling ball bearings that offer an extra massage, some come with dual motors that operate on independent controls, and some offer multiple speeds and pulse patterns. The more you pay, the more of these features will be open to you!

To sum up: Just like with any other product, when it comes to sex toys, you get what you pay for! If you’re ready to invest in a high-quality toy from Pure Romance, browse our top-of-the-line Seductive Spotlight Collection.

Using your new toy…with your partner.

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How to Introduce Sex Toys Into Your Relationship

So you’re thinking of spicing up your sex life by introducing a sex toy to the bedroom, but you’re not sure how to make it happen? Read on for tips on turning your bedroom into a playland.

Have the talk.

Communication is an essential part of any relationship, and this subject is no exception. Before you pull out a vibrator from your secret stash under the bed, you want to make your partner aware of your desires. If it seems too intimidating to do this during a normal conversation, try making it part of your pillow talk! (Start with, “I think it would be so hot to …” We’re sure you’ll find an appropriate end to that sentence.)

Create a wishlist… TOGETHER.

If you’re going to use a vibrator with your partner, it only makes sense to pick one out together! This ensures your new bedroom accessory is something both of you like. It can also be another low-pressure way to introduce the subject; simply pull up our sex toys store, call them over to the computer, and ask them if anything catches their eye.

For once, bigger isn’t better.

Especially if this is your first time using sex toys together, it’s a good idea to start small with a clitoral vibrator or a smaller vaginal vibrator. These toys can be used externally during penetration, so both partners can feel some good vibrations! Better yet, try a c-ring with a removable bullet vibrator for two toys in one! Something like Rendezvous is a great place to start!

Amp up your massage.

To introduce vibration into your relationship, start by using your vibrator as part of a sensual massage. The pulsations will help soothe tired muscles and send you to a state of blissful relaxation. Once the vibrator becomes a regular part of your foreplay, try moving it … lower. 😉 Try Premiere, a new toy in our spotlight collection! It’s a clitoral vibrator you place on your fingertip that can be a great addition to any massage!

Sharing still applies.

When using a vibrator together, take turns. Let each person experiment with different hot spots on the other’s body, and guide each other’s hands to the spots that feel best. And keep communicating and checking in with your partner. A simple “Is this good for you?” or “Do you like when I …” can go a long way toward making your experience truly mind-blowing!

Thanks for the info! XO