Three Techniques To Avoid if You Use Ice Cubes During Sex, Expert Says
Using temperature during sex play involves using cold or hot objects to arouse sensitive areas of your bodies, and naturally ice cubes are an easy way to get a cool sensations. If you use ice cubes during sex, elitedaily.com says there are both safe and possibly dangerous ways to play with them, listing three techniques to avoid when using ice in the bedroom:
1. Using ice straight out of the freezer.
2. Inserting ice internally.
3. Mistaking tingling sensations for arousal.
In essence, before using ice on sensitive areas, first let it thaw out slightly, says sex educator Crista Crista, “t’s hard to tell the difference between fun shocking cold and damaging shocking cold.”
Crista said you should proceed with “excessive caution” when using ice internally during sex play, and the ice should never be inserted for more than five minutes,
Also, don’t get frostbite! “Pins and needles” sensations, burning or stinging are all warning signs of frostbite.
A better way to use ice cubes into foreplay or sex play, elitedaily.com recommends, is to run the slightly melted ice lightly over lips, nipples, earlobes, wrists and fingers, inner thighs, down the spine and lower back and along the bottom feet.