The Best Toys to Arouse Your Erogenous Zones

The Best Toys to Arouse Your Erogenous Zones

by Chantelle Otten

on Feb 21, 2020

Ok, so you're probably aware of your own erogenous zones by now – those super-sensitive sweet spots that beg to be stroked, teased and touched. Our lips, fingers and other areas of our body are pretty adept when it comes to arousing our, or someone else's, ohhh-zones. But what if we told you that a toy could take things to a whole new level, adding a whole bunch of new textures and sensations to the mix?


4 Toys to Arouse Your Erogenous Zones

Lovehoney Shine On Rainbow Ombre Mini Vibrator

Lovehoney Shine On Rainbow Mini Vibrator

Average Review: 8/ 813 reviews

15 reviews

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Womanizer Red Duo Rechargeable G-Spot and Clitoral Stimulator

Womanizer Duo G-Spot and Clitoral Stimulator

Average Review: 9/ 934 reviews

42 reviews

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Desire Luxury Rechargeable P-Spot Vibrator

Desire Luxury Rechargeable P-Spot Vibrator

Average Review: 9/ 95 reviews

10 reviews

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Sensuva ON Natural Arousal Orgasm Oil for Her 5ml

Natural Arousal Orgasm Oil for Her 5ml

Average Review: 7/ 1024 reviews

24 reviews

Buy it here

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Areola and Nipples

Did you know that nipple stimulation lights up the same area in the brain that the genitals do?

Starting with a light touch, you could use your mouth, tongue or a small bullet vibrator to stimulate these hot zones (why not add some nipple balm for an instant cooling effect?).

For something different, a feather tickler or nipple clamps would definitely do the trick depending if your partner likes it hard or soft.

If your partner likes it a little... different, then investing in some nipple suckers or pumps is an amazing idea to really bring it to the next level.

You can even use a pussy pump to bring blood supply and swelling down there, making both areas extra sensitive.


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Neck

The neck is so sensitive that even the slightest touch can send you into a frenzy.

Run your fingers or a pinwheel slowly down the back of your partner's neck.

Move your focus to the back of the ears and scalp for some extra brownie points


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Clitoris

I know, I know, how typical for me to mention this erogenous zone – but it's too good to not mention! This little pleasure spot has 8000 nerve endings in it, and I would recommend showing it some action.

Start with something new, like an orgasm balm or gel which makes the clit tingle and helps build sensation.

Next, a good clitoral vibrator is a MUST for everyone who owns a clitoris. It builds sensation and can be used in self pleasure and couple's play.

If you want to have double sensation, the Womanizer Duo G-Spot and Clitoral Stimulator stimulates the clitoris and the G-spot at the same time, and WOW. You are missing out if you don't try it.


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Prostate

This is a walnut-sized gland that sits at the root of the penis and is accessible through the anus.

Don't be scared, the toys designed for prostate stimulation take any discomfort and hard work away from you.

Try a vibrating prostate massager with some specialised anal lubricant, which helps relax the anus and ensures enjoyable, pain-free anal penetration.


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Skin

If you want to mix it up, and stimulate the biggest organ in the body, the skin, you can then titillate other erogenous zones in the process.

I would recommend buying the Bondage Boutique Seduce Me Lover's Bed Bondage Kit, because it comes with a number of handy tools to tickle and slap and stimulate different erogenous zones with a flogger, cuffs, ball gag and blindfold, in faux leather and faux fur (vegan-friendly).


Chantelle Otten is an award-winning sex therapist and relationship specialist in Melbourne, Australia. You can follow her on Instagram, and find out more at chantelleotten.com.

Chantelle Otten

Written by Chantelle Otten. Lovehoney Australia's Resident Sexologist
Helping to ensure empowerment, sexual wellbeing and pleasure are at the center of all your sexual experiences

Originally published on Feb 21, 2020. Updated on Jan 11, 2021
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