London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 19 November 2012
Daniel Gillespie, has this weekend launched the website which is set to revolutionise the way that couples and singletons of all sexual persuasions view the bedroom. The service, which is curated by Kissalo’s own pleasure gurus, will see both couples and singletons receive exclusive, individually selected products each month, enhancing both the privacy and the intimacy of the process. Subscribers then get the chance to rate their experience with the chosen products which, in turn, will influence what is received the following month. Kissalo is a service based upon personal preferences and, in particular, on each individuals (or couples) perception of the five main senses; touch, taste, sight, scent and sound.
In a statement, Gillespie commented; “The 50 Shades phenomena showed the latent appetite for titillation across the nation and even more surprisingly, we were happy to be vociferous about it. The British stiff upper lip certainly quivered. Kissalo.com will fulfil that demand for sensuality, discretion and providing a platform for individuals to exchange their various piccolos.”
However, Gillespie has also been quick to dismiss the ideas that these products are merely a way to make sex more salacious, and has stated that, not only will these products help to add a new spice to the bedroom; but they will also help to deepen the relationship on a psychological and emotional level;
“Whilst the physical manifestation of Kissalo.com is the delivery of curated products every month, how they’re used is as much about the psychological as it is the physical, for which we will provide tips and advice.”
Over the course of the subscription, Kissalo.com will gather information and ensure that every gift that the customer receives is specially tailored to their specific wants and desires, making for a more meaningful experience;
“We’ll quickly learn what you like more than you do as well as what doesn’t do anything for you. Product selection will be sensitive and bespoke to your profile which could change every month based upon your current preferences and feelings experienced with each and every box.”
As the customer receives their box each month, the more their profile will become bespoke to them and them only and products will be more suitably matched to their individual preferences. This is one of the unique concepts of the service, which is based on a variety of different relationship dynamics which competitors often ignore. On top of this, Kissalo, in most instances, can deliver the contents of each box at prices which are up to 50% cheaper than their high street counterparts.
What’s more is that, unlike competitors, the innovative service is by no means tailored specifically towards heterosexual couples, and endeavours to promote an inclusivity not seen elsewhere;
“We feel that the preconception that only consenting heterosexual couples should be afforded such a service is discriminatory. If you’re gay and /or single, then you should be getting love delivered too. We believe that our “Bigger than Love” mission is sufficiently inspiring to drive engagement and evolution of our proposition”
Kissalo, though in its early stages, has already been making waves, and has had a considerable amount of interest so far. A unique and much needed service, Kissalo.com has already received a number of proposals for partnership opportunities and intends to launch a physical event in the foreseeable future.
Kissalo is a brand new monthly subscription service which see’s their very own pleasure gurus hand selecting the most suitable products for an individual or couple based upon the outcome of the sign up process in which information is gathered based upon their own personal preferences, likes, dislikes, sexuality and relationship status. Each month, subscribers receive individually curated ‘love boxes’ intended to enhance their sex lives through the 5 senses.