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So you've just got a new vibe, but you're not quite sure what to do with it. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Learn everything you need to know about using a vibrator whether it’s your first or your fiftieth. 

How to Use a Vibrator for the First Time

Congratulations on getting a new vibrator! Whether you picked up a basic bullet or a sophisticated rabbit, your friends at Adam and Eve want to make sure you have a fun time. So we put together a helpful little guide about using a vibrator to help you two get to know each other and start your relationship out right!

When You First Get a New Vibrator
When you first get your vibrator, carefully take it out of the box. Check over the box or any instructions to see if your vibrator has any safety tips or special instructions. Next, gently wash your vibrator with warm water and mild soap – taking care not to get the battery compartment or controls wet. Dry your vibrator off with a lint-free towel.

After making sure your new vibrator’s clean, you need to make sure it’s got plenty of juice. If your vibrator’s electrical, check the cord to make sure it’s long enough to reach the nearest socket. If your vibrator’s rechargeable, go ahead and plug it in so you can take it on a test run later that night. And if it uses batteries, make sure you’ve got the right type. Go ahead and load them up if your vibe doesn’t already come with them.

Getting Ready to Insert a Vibrator
Inserting a vibrator works just like inserting a dildo or any other sex toy. Start off by deciding if you want to use a condom with your new vibe or not. Condoms do make it easier to clean afterwards, but they do affect how it feels. While the decision is up to you, Adam and Eve strongly recommends using a condom with anal vibrators. Vaginal vibrators, on the other hand, can be more fun without a condom to get in the way.

Next apply a little lube to yourself as well as the vibrator. If you’re not sure what they're for, lubes basically serve as a fill-in for the natural lubricant produced by a woman’s vagina. Sex experts generally recommend using sex lube for any sexual experience, even with vibrators. Just make sure that you use the right type of lube with your sex toy. Adam and Eve recommends sticking with water-based lubes, which are compatible with all different types of vibrators. If you’re using an anal vibe, look for a special anal lube, which is thicker and longer-lasting than vaginal lubes.

Some women can use their vibrator safely and comfortably for vaginal penetration without using lube. Most women, however, have a difficult time being aroused by a simple piece of plastic, and they rely on lube to help get things started. Since this is your first time with a vibrator, it’s better to play it safe and cautious by using lube your first few times and then making a decision.

Using Your New Vibrator
Regardless of which vibrator out of the hundreds of models catches your imagination, sexual therapists agree that there’s one basic rule for using a vibrator – if it feels good, then keep doing it! This is partly because vibrators, more than any other sex toy, actively encourage you to experiment with different positions and speeds to find the right combination that hits your sexual buttons.

First, get in a position you find comfortable, such as on your back or on your stomach. Turn the vibrator on low and start using to gently touch your erogenous zones such as your nipples, inner thighs and around your vagina. After getting used to the feel of the vibrator, try gently rubbing the vibrator up and down your vagina. Start with a light, almost teasing approach and gradually build up pressure until you reach the point you’re most comfortable at.

What happens next depends on you. If you’re using a bullet vibrator or wand massager, your options are limited to external stimulation only. If you’ve got a rabbit, G-Spot or traditional vibrator, then you can slip the toy inside for even more fun. Just remembe to relax and enjoy yourself!

Cleaning Up After Using a Vibrator
You wouldn’t put the dishes up without washing them, and the same thing applies to your vibrator. Make sure to always wash your vibe with warm water and soap or specialized sex toy cleaner after each use. Remember to follow any specific guidelines in the manufacturer instructions that you read earlier.

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