Beginner’s Guide to Clit and Pussy Pumps

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If you’re looking to increase your sensitivity without using a topical product, you can try a pussy pump or a smaller clitoral pump. They’re a completely safe way to increase sensation temporarily.

Pumps are external devices that are designed to increase the blood flow to your intimate area, stimulating instant growth, increasing sensitivity, and delivering superior stimulation. They can be used alone or with a partner to increase sensitivity and make every vibration and caress even more pleasurable. You’ll also look puffier as a result of the pussy pump, and some people enjoy the aesthetic.

Safety First

If you find you are experiencing any pain, or you notice any discolouration or blisters – stop immediately. It will feel a little strange at first but it should not cause any actual pain. If you notice any bruises, red spots or reddening of the area, rest for at least 24 hours.

Always use plenty of lube; it is not only essential to the seal but the vacuum sensation can cause dryness. Rogue hairs can cause seal problems and are prone to snagging – trimming the area beforehand will reduce any issues.

And finally, don’t overdo it! Pumping to the maximum limit will lead to injury and possible damage to the pussy pump too. It can desensitise the area, damage tissue, and even affect circulation. Listen to your body, don’t pump for more than 15 minutes without a break, and avoid pumping every day. Remember; a little pumping goes a long way.

Types of Pump

It’s likely that you’ve already picked your desired area, whether it be nipple, breasts, vagina, or clitoris. But with a wide variety of pumps available, how do you choose the right one for you? Here are some of the most common types of pussy pumps out there to get you started:

Hand Trigger

Hand trigger pumps are the easiest to use and generate the strongest suction. They can generate a great deal of suction, so you need to be careful not to apply too much and pay attention to your body. Most hand trigger pumps come with a quick-release handle that gives you complete control over your pumping.

Squeeze Pump

This is the most common type of pump – they take longer to generate a strong suction and the desired result, which is ideal for beginners and those who prefer applying low and gradual pressure. The Pussy Pump (£19.99, kinky.co.uk) fits over the entire vulva, producing unique sensations and a gorgeously puffy appearance with every squeeze.

Looking to intensify clitoral stimulation? The Advanced Vibrating Clitoral Pump (£29.99, kinky.co.uk) pulls blood into the clitoral area and surrounding tissue to increase sensation, lubrication and ease of reaching orgasm. A powerful motor is located below the opening of the pussy pump for intense vibrations. Choose from the 3 speeds of vibration to tickle and tease your way into ecstasy.

How To Use a Pump

Your experience with pussy pumps might not be positive if you don’t get one that seals properly. There is a bit of a trick to getting a seal. When you first use the pussy pump, press it down with your free hand. After a few squeezes, the suction will take effect, and you can let go with that hand.

You can practice on another part of your body, such as your arms or thigh, before applying the pussy or clit pump. If the pussy pump has a quick-release valve, ensure it is close and only allowing air out, not in.

Removing hair from the area can also make it easier to seal correctly and applying some lube to the edge of the cup can also help it stick to the area. Just make sure not to use so much that it slips around.

Finally, remember that you can adjust the sensation by continuing to squeeze even after you’ve achieved suction. Smaller cups contain less air, so you can’t pump as much. This means less of a pumping sensation.

Continue pumping until the skin is pressing against the chamber, which will make it hard to pump any further – this is the maximum you’ll be able to pump. It will feel a little strange at first, but it should not feel painful.

Slowly open the air release, allowing the air to disperse. Gently remove the pump and enjoy the beautifully swollen, super sensitive area!

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