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Enemas and douches are great anal toys and tools that aid in clean anal hygiene. These devices are used to clean the anal canal before the fun begins, ensuring anything inside the canal is flushed out, leaving a clean and fresh area. Many find this process highly pleasurable and a great form of foreplay.
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An anal douche and enema kit is a common product used by those desiring to experience anal sex or anal play. While they aren't a must, we recommend that you use them beforehand to ensure things are hygienically clean and that there won't be any offensive surprises.
Anal douches essentially work to empty out the anal canal and to ensure that no faecal matter remains. It's maybe not a particularly nice thought, but trust us – it's better thinking about it beforehand rather than finding out too late that you weren't completely clean down there.
Our douches and enemas make it very easy for you to quickly wash out your buttocks and ensure that everything is clean and smooth inside. They're discreet, they're effective and they're easy to keep clean. Ultimately they assure that you can enjoy all of the great things about anal sex without any of the unfortunate gloomy aspects that sometimes come with it.
While you're purchasing a suitable anal douche or enema kit, it's probably a good time to look for a quality anal lubricant to go with it. You should use a little bit of lube when using your douche, this helps to make penetration as smooth as possible. You should also use anal lube when having any other type of anal play.
No, it’s not. Your rectum is a marvellous thing that’s designed to keep poop up high until it’s time to have a bowel movement.
A good wash in the bath or shower should take care of any stragglers.
That said, worrying about poop making an appearance can really suck the enjoyment out of sex. It’s not necessary, but if doing it makes you feel more comfortable, go for it!
There isn’t a lot of research on the ideal ingredients and douche volumes for the purpose of prepping for an anal session.
Water is fine for use. Saline enema solution has also been shown to be well tolerated.
Now, let’s make some sense of the different vessels used to give your derriere a deep clean.
A shower enema involves a hose attachment that you install on your shower. While convenient, they aren’t really recommended because water temperature and pressure can be a bit unpredictable.
If you want to use a shower enema anyway, don’t put the nozzle in your butt. Just holding it to the opening will still give you a good clean.
Douche bulb — not just what you call an unsavoury person. It’s a reusable rubber bulb with a nozzle on the end that’s inserted into the rectum. You can fill it with water or another safe solution like saline.
Just note that the nozzles are often made of hard plastic, which can be uncomfortable. One with a flexible tip is a bit more bum-friendly.
This is one of your safest choices for anal douching. There’s more than one version available, so be sure to choose the one with normal saline in it.
They’re easy to use and have pre-lubricated nozzle tips that minimize your risk of injury. As long as you follow the preparation instructions on the package, you should end up with a volume that’s safe.
Enema bags are similar to hot water bottles that you might use to warm your tootsies on a cold night.
The bags are typically sold as part of an enema kit with tube and nozzle attachments.
You fill the bag with your solution and squeeze the bag to release the contents into you. Some also come with a hook so you can hang the bag and let gravity do the job.
There are a few downsides to this type of enema. For starters, the bags often hold more liquid than you should be using for a safe douche. It can also be difficult to control how much water comes out at once.