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Make Each Occasion More Pleasurable with a Lubricant

Even if you get properly aroused and you don’t experience vaginal dryness, there are a million other reasons to start using a lubricant.

Lubricants are an absolute essential with most sex toy types – from anal vibrators to suction cup dildos. On top of making penetration easier, lubricants can do a couple of other great things. Some lubricants contain stimulating ingredients that intensify sensations. Some are created to make the sphincter relax naturally, facilitating penetration and making it feel much better than ever before.

Lubricants FAQ

What Type of Lube Should I Buy?

When choosing lubricants, make sure they’re right for the kind of sex you plan to have. Also, a lubricant should be compatible with the material that your sex toy is made of.

Water-based lubricants are tolerated well and they’re suitable for use with most sex toy varieties. They’re also compatible with condoms.

Silicone-based lube is great for those who have sensitive skin but it’s not compatible with silicone toys. Oil-based lubes don’t dry out, which means you’ll be free from having to reapply. These lubes, however, are not compatible with latex condoms and they could ruin your sheets.

What Are Natural Lubes?

Products like the Sliquid lubricants are advertised as natural. They often contain plant-based and organic ingredients like aloe vera and natural oils.

If you are into natural and organic choices, opt for such a formulation. Don’t replace it with an oil like coconut or argan oil. Using just oil has been linked to condom breakage and a risk of bacterial cross-contamination.

What Is a Lubricant Launcher?

Lubricant launchers, as the name suggests, make it easy to apply lube right where it’s needed.

Also known as lube shooters, these products enable you to get lube deeper in the vagina or rectum. In essence, this is a lube syringe or injector. There’s typically a bulb you have to squeeze to get the lubricant deeper inside you.

Lube launchers offer convenience and they help you make sure that you have a liberal amount of lubricant applied to the place that’s going to be penetrated.

Do I Need a Special Kind of Lubricant for Anal Sex?

Certain lubricant varieties are marketed especially for anal sex. Choosing such a product makes it easier for you to confirm that you have the right kind of lube for comfortable, pain-free and exciting anal penetration.

Water-based lubricants are always a good choice because they will not ruin your condom or your sex toy.

Generally speaking, you need a thicker product that’s also long-lasting so that you’ll be free from having to reapply often.