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From Shy to Sensational: Mastering Sexy Shopping with Confidence

From Shy to Sensational: Mastering Sexy Shopping with Confidence


There is a HUGE market for sex products: toys, lubricants, performance enhancers, aphrodisiacs, cannabis-infused products . . . The list is endless! But what actually works? Is it all a gimmick? How do you decide between good products and bad products? Which products should you use together? What should you avoid? There is a cartful of stuff you can buy, so let me take you through them one by one. To make your sex journey smoother, let’s start with lube (wink-wink, nudge-nudge).



Lubricants are liquid or gel substances that help reduce friction during sexual activity, enhancing pleasure and comfort. They can be used for penetrative sex, solo play, and with sex toys. There are three main types of lubes: water-based, silicone-based, and oil-based, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. It's important to avoid using saliva or Vaseline as lubes due to their potential negative effects on safety and vaginal health.

When choosing a lube, it's best to avoid flavored, colored, or sugary options, as they can cause irritation to sensitive genital skin. Lubricants with warming, cooling, or tingling sensations may also not be suitable for everyone. It's recommended to steer clear of compounds such as nonoxynol and polyquaternium 15, as they have been linked to an increased risk of HIV. Lubricants that promise to numb or prolong sexual performance are also not recommended, as they may hinder pleasure.


Regarding controversial ingredients like glycerine and glycerol, the evidence regarding their potential to cause fungal infections is inconclusive. However, individuals prone to UTIs and fungal infections may consider avoiding lubricants with high amounts of these substances. It's also advisable to avoid hyperosmolar lubes, which have an osmolality higher than 1200 mOsm/kg, as they can dehydrate tissue and increase the risk of STIs.


In summary, choosing the right lube can enhance sexual experiences, but the key to better sex lies in open communication, emotional connection, and mutual exploration with your partner. Aphrodisiacs, on the other hand, lack scientific evidence to support their effectiveness. Prioritizing a healthy and fulfilling relationship, overall well-being, and addressing any underlying physical or psychological factors are more important for a satisfying sex life.



Aphrodisiacs are foods or ingredients that are believed to enhance sexual desire and performance. They have been named after the Greek goddess of love and sex, Aphrodite. Throughout history, certain foods have been associated with increased libido, such as oysters, truffles, spices, ginger, and alcohol. Some foods that resemble genitals, like avocado and pomegranate, are also considered aphrodisiacs. Additionally, traditional Indian medicine mentions various herbs and ingredients believed to boost sexual potency, including saffron, milk, honey, and keeda jadi.

However, scientific evidence supporting the effectiveness of aphrodisiacs is limited. Placebo effects and cultural beliefs likely contribute to their perceived benefits. While consuming harmless foods like oysters or milk is generally safe, caution should be exercised when considering aphrodisiac supplements. The supplement industry is not well regulated, and there is a risk of consuming contaminated or adulterated products, which can have dangerous side effects. Animal-derived aphrodisiacs, such as rhino horn or tiger penises, contribute to illegal wildlife trading and the endangerment of species.


Overall, it's important to approach the topic of aphrodisiacs with skepticism and prioritize a healthy lifestyle, open communication, and emotional connection with your partner for a satisfying sexual experience.



If you’re a chaddhi shehezaada and want to learn more about lingerie. There is a surprisingly wide variety of underwear available in the market. The rules are very simple: wear comfortable undies that fit you well, avoid wearing super tight underwear, and change your underwear regularly. No, We don’t mean that you need to buy new chaddis every few months. Put on fresh ones every day. Cotton panties are great, especially in the hot and humid Indian weather. Synthetic materials are probably okay, but we don’t have a lot of scientific evidence on how good or bad they are. Theoretically, synthetic fabrics will trap more moisture and heat, so team Peppy personally recommend that you limit your usage of synthetic fabrics. We have enough heat and moisture down there anyway thanks to Indian weather. If you have a vagina and are wearing synthetic panties, look for ones that have a cotton lining on the crotch, i.e., the part that touches your vulva lips. If vaginal discharge bothers you, you can use panty liners.


If you own a penis, keep your balls cool by wearing boxers. Briefs are fine, but boxers are better for your nuts. If you own a vagina, the cut of the panty doesn’t matter since you’re not concerned about fried-egg testicles inside your underwear. Thongs are fine; they are not known to increase your risk of vaginal infections. Whatever genitals you have and whatever kind of undies you wear, going undie-free at night can make you feel nice and aired out. I recommend skipping the undies and wearing loose cotton pyjamas at night.

This underwear advice is quite plain, simple, and unsexy. Thankfully, the undie world was changed forever in 1975 when two entrepreneurs from Chicago created ‘candypants’, the world’s first edible underwear! It seriously took off, earning hundreds of thousands of dollars! People wanted delicious panties, and they wanted them bad. In fact, while researching , We happened to talk to a very lovely person from a condom brand who mentioned to us that India was one of the largest consumers of edible panties in the world. The rosogolla -loving state of West Bengal leads the charts, with Odisha following closely behind. We haven’t found any evidence to back this up yet, so we will take this with a pinch of sondesh . Since we apparently love to pump our hard-earned rupees into edible panties, I do recommend being careful with them. Since they are literally made of sugar, they can increase your risk of fungal infections, throw off your vaginal pH, and increase your risk of bacterial vaginosis. Not to mention that they must be super sticky and a mess to clean up. It’s great for a one-time novelty thing. But don’t use edible panties on the regular. Just buy some candy—we have a better variety there. You could try edible bras though.


We have all learnt to begrudgingly wear bras, whether we like it or not. Thankfully, there has been a small revolution and a lot of people are choosing to go bra-free now.



If you think sex toys are some new-fangled contraception, let me tell you that the oldest sex toy discovered is 28,000 years old from a cave called Hohle Fels in Germany. This is literally from the Stone Age—the old Stone Age precisely. This is so frikkin old that back then even agriculture hadn’t been established yet; we were still hunter-gatherers. Human beings have been such proper horn dogs that we made sex toys even before we learnt how to grow food!


Sex toys are, well, toys that can be used with sex. They can make sex more pleasurable, help with solo pleasure, help with couple pleasure, and even be therapeutically used as medical devices. There are many different kinds of sex toys such as vibrating toys (which can be used on any body part, but are usually used on genitals), dildos (meant for penetration), anal toys (meant specifically for anal sex), penis toys, (such as cock rings that are worn around a penis and can even vibrate), and masturbation sleeves (in which you can insert a penis). A wide variety of toys is available, and describing them would make up a whole book, so I will leave you to do your own research.

Whatever kind of sex toy you like, there are some basic safety precautions to follow. Remember to wash them with soap and water every time before using. If you’re sharing penetrative toys, cover them with condoms, and remember to use lube, especially for anal sex. Team Peppy recommend buying toys made from body-safe and non-porous materials such as plastic, metal, or 100 per cent silicone. Porous toys have small holes in them (like the pores on your face) where bacteria can live and cause infections. Using smooth, non-porous materials cuts down your risk of infections. Items made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), jelly rubber, and silicone blends tend to be porous. It’s for this reason that you shouldn’t use household items as sex toys. Plus, they can cause injuries.

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