Hypersensitive: A trendy new term used in recent years to describe someone who will burst into tears upon seeing a “lost cat” poster and will throw their toaster out the window if they burn their toast… but actually, hypersensitivity is much more complex than just temperament, and it impacts all aspects of our lives.

Both physical and mental, hypersensitive people do not leave their sensitivity at the entrance of their bedrooms. It would be much easier to sleep without the tingling, we agree!

But who are these hypersensitive people? They are those who are frequently criticized for thinking too much, loving too deeply, and feeling emotions stronger than most people.

The truth is, they are simply endowed with a level of sensitivity that is higher than average. They feel the world with their senses and emotions, allowing their love for everything to be multiplied tenfold. So how do you deal with these overwhelming emotions and sensations?

If you or your partner are hypersensitive, we recommend following these four steps to adjust the rhythm of your sensitivities so that they can relish harmoniously with the soft touch of your hands.



Thrill your senses

Hypersensitive, as the name suggests, means you are usually endowed with one or more senses that is more receptive than average. You have the ability to capture information quickly and simultaneously, making it difficult for the brain to process everything at once. It is therefore not uncommon for a hypersensitive person to be bothered by light, the flickering of a candle, a particular smell, a repetitive sound, a strange texture, or a taste that’s too strong.

Sometimes, they can even become Sherlock Holmes, with their abilities to stop and analyse everything: the smell of beautiful perfume in their partners hair, the unusual shoes they wear, a new expression they’ve never used before… and while you might think they’re control freaks, they don’t have to be. In situations where a non-hypersensitive person wouldn’t notice anything, a hypersensitive person pays close attention to detail since their sensory sensors receive more information. This can be useful during sex because it awakens our 5 senses!

It’s up to you to leave small details lying around that could excite their curiosity… Allow them to taste and savour your erotic body with the flavoured massage lubricant to discover sweet sensations. To take their nose on a journey, spray the sheets with our light pillow mist, touch their skin with our gentle caressing feather, and let them discover the sounds of pleasure with our playlist Lov’sounds.


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During your games of desire, the smallest detail can either work as the magical keys to strengthen their excitement, or, have the opposite effect: the fabric of the sheets, the smell of their partner, the place where you are, the choice of music, and the strength of your touch. If your partner is too strong during sex, and thus causing you pain, it is better to stop the relationship immediately, because the brain associate’s sexuality with suffering.

Some hypersensitive people feel very apprehensive before and during sex, and for some, their body reacts by creating vaginal dryness, contractions, and pain during penetration, such as vaginismus and dyspareunia. In addition to listening to your body, we also recommend using the intimate natural serum “Comfort and protection for the V.”

As we will soon explain, everything will require the right dosage. If everything is well balanced, then pleasure will be multiplied tenfold. If not, harmony might be harder to find, but never impossible.


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As we will soon explain, everything will require the right dosage. If everything is well balanced, then pleasure will be multiplied tenfold. If not, harmony might be harder to find, but never impossible.



Go from bass to treble

The highly sensitive are also endowed with strong emotions. They can go from laughter to tears, and usually feel emotions stronger and longer emotions during situations where most people wouldn’t react. This temperament is sometimes very destabilizing for the partner that’s usually in a stable mood.

Let go of you preconceived ideas, hypersensitivity is neither madness nor bipolarity, nor is it due to the poor management of one’s emotions; it is a temperament. Like the Mr. Men and Little Miss books that may have rocked your childhood, when a hypersensitive person is sad, they’re very sad, and when they’re angry, they’re very angry, and when they’re happy, they’re very happy… you get the idea.

What may seem like a simple detail for a non-hypersensitive person can be enough to make a hypersensitive person change emotion fast. Do not tell them that they are overreacting, this might make them feel attacked for being who they are, which could lead to them masking their emotions to the point of no longer feeling them. Together, find a way to meet their need without forgetting your own; take interest in how they feel, validate their emotions, and ask what they need. When a highly sensitive person is experiencing a strong emotional state, don’t try to rationalize it. It’s too early. During that moment, it’s as if there is a short circuit between their rational brain (neocortex) and their emotional brain (limbic brain), and the information can no longer circulate. Let them have their crisis and then help to verbalize the situation.

The magical side of this character trait is that small things can make them very happy, such as a sunset, a butterfly, a good hot chocolate, nice music, something romantic whispered in their ear, a massage with any of our sensual massage oils, their favourite dessert, or a romantic evening.

Communicate extensively so that they understand how to make you happy. This way, you will have the resources need to switch to more pleasant emotions, such as joy, laughter, and excitement.



Harmonize your sounds without duplicating them

One of the many superpowers that highly sensitive people encompass is empathy. They are endowed with the great ability to listen and can put themselves in the place of the other person. Their ability to listen so well allows them to create deep and meaningful exchanges and create and atmosphere filled with trust.

This can be difficult for the hypersensitive because they can feel the emotions of others to the point of being one with them, causing them to take on the negative emotions themselves. They do no need to talk to know that their partner is upset, stressed, or exited, meaning that they themselves can experience those negative emotions in just a few minutes.

This creates problems when the person needs their partner to cheer them up and talk them out of their stress, but instead, the hypersensitive person tends to feel the negative themselves, thus making the situation worse.

When it comes to sex, this can be both hindering and beneficial. If he or she feels excited, their excitement will be even more intense. On the other hand, if they feel as though something is wrong, it might instantly cut them off from the present moment and your concerns will become theirs.


The flow of thoughts

Beware of interference

Know that a hypersensitive person’s brain is more crowded that the George Washington Bridge during rush hour. It circulates, it clogs, it gets angry, it honks… it never stops. And this is normal since their senses perceive more information, whereas the brains of non-hypersensitive people act as filter systems that only let in important information. Sensory sensors in highly sensitive people transmit everything to the brain, which analyses and then sorts the information one by one. Everything is analysed, interpreted, and then dissected…

If you leave your sneakers lying around, your partner will notice… but they might also notice that your evening is free next week, giving them time to careful plan a romantic evening.

Many highly sensitive people constantly ask themselves questions about their relationships: Is this going well? Are they happy? Am I good enough for them? Do I deserve them? Highly sensitive people hate feeling like failures, and sometimes resort to trying too hard within their relationship. This might lead to them constantly telling the other person what they want to hear without thinking about themselves. This might lead to the person out of touch with their own personality.

During intimacy, the constant flow of thoughts makes it difficult for them to disconnect their brains and to fully enjoy the present moment. This means that while having sex, they might start to think about what to eat for dinner, problems at work, or wondering what their partner might like. For this, we recommend the CBD concentrate, which helps you to relax your body and mind during intercourse.

With the black satin blindfold, you can also reduce the visual distractions that your partner receives. They will be able to focus on the touch and relax more easily. And if they like podcasts, there’s nothing like listening to erotic stories at the same time or telling them your own erotic stories.


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Most importantly, explore yourself. Every sexuality is unique; it's up to you to create your own.

Hypersensitivity is not a disease. Regardless of whether you’re shy, talkative, or curious, you can still be hypersensitive, and have one or more highly receptive senses leading to strong emotions, empathy, and abundant thoughts. There is nothing that can stop you from living your best life and enjoying each moment.

As always, the basis for everything is communication, the rest is simply a matter of making adjustments. A pace that is too fast as well as a pace that is too slow will bring your hypersensitive partner out of the present moment. Having a very empathetic nature, they need to feel listened to, understood, and considered.

If you are in a playful mood, make them choose the music, give them a bath with the shower gel of their choice, and ask them to choose the lighting… give them the power to choose an atmosphere that will make them feel good.