Get Sensual and Lather Up with Wicked Sensual Care Lubes
Wetness is the key ingredient to enhancing your intimacy sessions. Cue, a good lube that will lather on smoothly and intensify pleasure, which is exactly what Wicked Sensual Care Lubes offers. The leading manufacturer in lubes, you will definitely find the perfect one to suit your wants and needs.
Whether you have sensitive skin and need extra-delicate ingredients in your lube, or if you’re just on the lookout for the best silicone, water or oil-based lube, you can find it all here, tenfold. With multiple different collections from flavored lubes to heating ones, be prepared to expand the horizon of what you thought was possible in bed! Remember, you should always be using lube if you’re participating in anal play of any kind.
Many people are unaware of the benefits of lube other than helping with vaginal dryness – Wicked Sensual Care’s philosophy is that a good lube should also makes things more fun, more pleasurable for both parties, and to even help couples to feel more adventurous in the bedroom. Below, we’ve addressed some common questions Wicked Sensual Care receives from customers searching for their ideal compatible lubricant.
Wicked Sensual Care Lubes FAQ
What should I look for in a lubricant if I have sensitive skin?
If you have sensitive skin, you should consider avoiding products that contain harsh antibacterial ingredients, fragrances, parabens, and alcohol. The perfect rule of thumb is that the less ingredients your lubricant has, the more skin friendly it likely is.
What are the differences between water and silicone-based lubes?
Each of those 3 types of lubricants have their advantages and drawbacks. The most popular are water-based lubes, since they are compatible with most toys, latex, and sexual aids. A good water-based lube won’t harm any of the materials, it’s easy to clean up, and easy to keep your products sanitary and safe. It’s also very lightweight and will usually soak right into your skin.
Silicone lubes don’t dissolve as easily – they generally stay on the skin’s surface, forming a sort of ‘slip and slide’ texture, making them ideal for adventures in the bath or shower. They also last longer than water-based lubes. On the other hand, they may stain delicate fabrics and they can shouldn’t be mixed with silicone toys, as they ruin them over time.
Is it safe to use an oil-based lube?
Oil-based lubes such as baby oil, mineral oil, petroleum jelly and vegetable oils are not meant to be used inside the vagina, or inside any other parts of our bodies. While they are suitable for those trying to avoid additives, certain preservatives, parabens and/or glycerin, they can increase the risk of bacterial infections. They are thicker and heavier than silicone or water-based lubes and can be used for male masturbation, but they are harder to clean up than the other two and can damage toys and degrade latex.
Where can I apply lube?
As long as the lube is compatible with all parties involved –including the toys and condom you’re using– you can use lube anywhere! Apply it in and around the vagina or anus, on the toys, on the condom, even on your breasts or penis for some erotic play.