AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel Review
By Pleasure Panel reviewer DivaFoof
I received the AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel from MEO.de from the Pleasure Panel for free in exchange for my unbiased review.
I was on the hunt for some massage gel a few weeks back as I had a really sore neck, and thought it would go down a treat. I opted for Vanilla as I understood it was a kissable/edible gel and I’m not a massive fan of Salted Caramel.
On receipt of the bottle, it was in a clear cellophane wrapped plastic. The AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel comes in a 125ml bottle with a pump dispenser and the dispenser has a hard plastic cap that stays on nice and tight.
The AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel can be seen through the bottle to be a golden / yellow colour which means the branding of the gel is well suited. This gel can be for anyone who fancies massaging their partner or even for a family member or friend, it doesn’t need to be kissed or licked if you don’t want to! Nothing about this gel shouts that it’s sexual and so can be used for a multitude of reasons.
That said, if you do want to use it in a sexual nature – it’s sadly a glycerine based product and I’d suggest steering clear of the vagina if you have a sensitivity as glycerine turns into sugar which can cause a yeast infection and no one wants to finish a lovely massage with Thrush and a trip to the pharmacy! Moreover, according to the website (not the bottle), the AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel is not condom compatible but on looking at the ingredients, I’m not sure why this is as other than the glycerine there is nothing remotely scary about the content.
Also on the label, in the English translation it states it’s a warming massage oil with excellent vanilla flavour. On testing the gel, I was quite surprised at how runny it was. It’s less gel and more oil in line with the small print than the name. The gel does not stay in place when you squeeze it onto your body. It starts to run immediately. It’s certainly not a warming – there is nothing in the ingredients that could contribute to any warming properties. Moreover, because of the saccarin, in the gel it has a metallic aftertaste which doesn’t make me want to kiss anything.
In use, it running everywhere was a problem. It needs to be much much thicker. The AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel massaged in nicely but left a tacky feeling which needed to be washed off. The not condom compatible and the glycerin content limited the use and put a whole downer on it as a massage aid.
Sadly, it’s not a gel, it’s not warming, the vanilla taste is too metallic like and it leaves a funny feeling on your hands so it’s a no from me, and I shan’t plan on using it again any time soon. The only positive I can come up with really is that it’s an okay price and that it smells alright.
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Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer DivaFoof for this review of the AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel.
The AMOREMEO Vanilla Kissable Massage Gel was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review by the Pleasure Panel, by MEO.de. Thank you! 🙂