Venus Balls are purely feminine aids, so this regularly updated ranking was put together only by the female representatives of our tester editorial team. Classic Venus Balls are usually 2 larger connected balls that are hollow and inside them other balls move freely. Thanks to then movements of the body (after insertion) they create a pleasant vibration. A variant is only 1 ball for insertion.
As far as Venus balls are concerned, this is a rather special category of sex toys. Their primary purpose is not to achieve orgasm, they have underlying health benefits, you usually hardly feel them when wearing them, and yet they are so strongly associated with female pleasure. How so? The Lelo Luna Noir beads are the materialized explanation.
If you haven’t heard of the so-called Kegel exercises, hurry up and fix that, you can find out more for example HERE. This is an exercise targeted at the pelvic muscles, which you can do while lounging on the couch. You don’t need any equipment to do it, but honestly, the MINI BO balls help a lot.
Don’t forget to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles… it’s fun with Hiball 😉 Pelvic floor muscle strengthening is quite IN lately – almost everywhere you can find instructions on how to do Kegel exercises or various strengthening tools. For example, nowadays you can even buy a pair of balls in a drugstore.
Named after the ancient Roman goddess of beauty, the Venus balls are an almost ageless classic more or less popular throughout history. According to some reports, they were originally used by Japanese men during sexual intercourse. From them the balls were to be taken over by women who discovered their arousing and health benefits.
Anal pins are a great thing. The buttocks are very sensitive and by teasing them we can give ourselves twice as much pleasure. The feeling of being filled is also very pleasurable for many, plus for us as ladies to have both holes filled is something great.
Nowadays, Venus balls could be primarily classified as health aids. After all, they can already be bought in any drugstore – and for a few crowns. But there are also more expensive pieces. For example, in Anna Marešová’s studio you can buy a venus ball for nearly two and a half thousand crowns.
The ladies will be cheering because today we have a review of an exclusively female toy. One that they will appreciate when strengthening the vaginal floor – the Venus Balls. We’ve reviewed a couple of pieces before (Teneo Duo, Smartballs, Desi Pink) and today we’ll continue.
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