Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and those with a special someone are likely trying to figure out a clever gift. Funny or serious? Romantic or raunchy? A man’s decision should be informed by what he knows about his lover - what he or she is comfortable with, what he or she likes and doesn’t. For some men, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to buy both their lovers and themselves a little gift from an adult store. Below, a man will find some smart options to consider when shopping for sexy Valentine’s Day gifts, along with a final tip to boost penis health and, therefore, sexual health.

Basic Vibrator

Men might be thinking that vibrators are what women use when men aren’t around, but they are tremendous additions to partner sex, both for the man and woman. They obviously come in handy during foreplay, but a vibrator can also be used to stimulate the woman’s clitoris during intercourse. The man will feel some vibrations himself as he thrusts, and his pleasure will be maximized as well.

U-Shaped Vibrator

This advancement in vibrator technology focuses the device as much on the man as the woman. One part fits inside her vagina, stimulating her G-spot, while the other vibrates against her clitoris. The awesome thing about this sleek design is that, unlike a traditional vibrator, this one can be worn while a man is penetrating a woman. This means he can benefit from the vibration as directly as she does, and both partners can experience a new level of ecstasy together.

Beginner’s Bondage Bliss

If bondage is something that has come up in previous conversation and a man’s partner has expressed comfort and interest, V-Day might be the right time to introduce some new supplies. Note: This option should not be pursued if it’s never been discussed before. "Hey, baby, I want to tie you up" - that’s something some partners revel in hearing, while others might just be terrified.

With proper discretion, though, a beginner’s bondage kit can serve as the perfect gift. If this is new territory for the couple, starting small is the smart way to go; a man might come on a bit too strong if he dives right into whips and nipple clamps. Begin with the bondage basics: soft handcuffs or other restraints, a feather for teasing and a blindfold. These can be used on one or both partners, which should be determined before beginning to enjoy these sensual toys.

Advanced Kinky Kit

If the domination-submission game is old news for a couple, this Valentine’s Day can be the time to up the ante - again, only if both partners have expressed interest in doing so. Once comfort with the bondage basics has been established, some partners might want to try out more restrictive restraints made of rougher materials, such as metal or rope. Whips or paddles are enjoyable additions for some. Finally, a ball gag can titillate certain partners. This last one in particular should be reserved for a time when plenty of trust and comfort have been established, since such a toy limits the user’s ability to vocalize. A secondary method of communicating, such as "tapping out," should be settled upon.

Penis Care Product

When a man takes care of his precious equipment, he does both himself and his partner a favor. Men can boost the skin condition and appearance of their members by using a quality penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) that contains Shea butter and vitamin E. What’s better than smooth, silky, supple skin? Additional antioxidants and vitamins in these creams promote circulatory and nerve health, which could pay off in terms of erectile ability and the preservation of sensitivity - both vital to a healthy sex life.