Combining Scents with Other Senses
There's an important connection between the sense of smell and the sense of touch. Rubbing lotions and oils onto your lover's body often starts a major romantic and sensual event. There are many choices, from scented soaps to suntan lotions to specially designed oils for massage.
When you think about it a little more carefully you'll quickly realize that applying a lotion or cream goes beyond feeling and smelling to seeing. So, fellows, the next time your wife or lover starts to “lotion up” her legs and feet after a shower to prevent drying and chafing, quickly volunteer for that duty. You'll get to inspect her firsthand while she relaxes and savors your masculine touch. Don't be surprised if more good things quickly follow.
Women can use similar tactics. Most guys we know love it when a wife or lover offers to join her man in the shower to give him a thorough scrubbing. Don't be shy about getting to every nook and cranny. From there, both of you can think of ways to incorporate the other senses, hearing and tasting. The possibilities are endless!
Both the giver and the receiver of this special love touch should greatly enjoy the moment. Massage causes the brain to secrete endorphins, which are calming mental chemicals. A firm touch is relaxing and soothing as it releases muscle tension. A lighter touch may make the hairs on his or her arm stand up with excitement.