Exploring with props, tools, and toys is a perfectly normal part of a healthy sex life, and it’s totally natural to enhance your sexual experience with products designed to do so.
INSIDER spoke with an OB/GYN and a surgeon who told us all the things you should avoid putting in or near your body when you’re having sex, and some of them will definitely surprise you.
Bath bombs or glitter bombs can irritate both internal and external skin
Taking a bath, either solo or with your partner can be a fun way to relax and get in the mood for sex. There are even plenty of sexy bath bombs designed expressly for use during intercourse, but glitter bombs or bath bombs should not be inserted in your mouth or genitalia, and should probably be avoided altogether during sex.
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