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Rings Product Manual

Rings Product Manual

By Pepper Together

Hi, have we met? We’re Pepper.

We’re all about connection. Our expertly crafted products are designed to help you find what feels good while embracing what feels natural. 

Whether this is your first toy from Pepper or your fifth, we hope our rings will help you prioritize pleasure and deepen your connection—with your partner and with yourself. 

Must-have bedside basics

 To get the most out of your new toy, use it with Pepper Water-Based Personal Lubricant.

Welcome to your new ring.

Whether you call them C-rings, Cock Rings, or Penis Rings, here’s how they work: A ring goes around the penis to squeeze the shaft, or the shaft and testicles, if that’s your preference. This is done to restrict blood flow from the penis, thus making an erection last longer.

Here are some dos, don’ts, and tips about using silicone rings.

A stretchy silicone ring is a great place to start (like the ring or rings you just purchased from Pepper).

First, lube up. Before putting on a ring, spread a few drops of water-based lubricant on the penis and/or on the inner part of the ring to help it slide on more easily.

Next, slip the ring onto a flaccid or semi-flaccid penis. It’s easier this way, especially for beginners, but feel free to experiment and see what is easiest for you.

A note on positioning: our rings are meant to surround the base of the penis. However, if you prefer to include the testicles as well, that’s your choice. 

Cleaning and storage

Clean before and after each use with mild soap and water or a body-safe cleaner, like the Pepper Toy Cleaner. Dry thoroughly and store in a cool, dry place. 

Important safeguards

A ring should not be worn for more than 20 minutes. Restricting blood flow for longer than that can be harmful, and, more importantly, painful.

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