What is the difference between sexual lubricants, massage oils, and warming oils?
Here's a hint: one goes inside, one goes outside and one goes in between.
Lubricants have been used for centuries to smooth the way for masturbation and anal play. Some couples don't need lubrication for vaginal sex, but others do. Although a woman's body naturally becomes lubricated when she's aroused, often her body won't produce enough moisture to allow her to comfortably enjoy sex, this is when a good lubricant can make all the difference.
Water-Based Lubricants: The water-based lubricants are a great choice, they are easy to clean up, condom-safe and generally odorless and tasteless. Water-based lubes will not damage even the most sensitive sex-toy
Silicone-Based Lubricants: With silicone-based lubricants you don't need to use as much, they last longer, are good for use in pools, spas etc. Some silicone dildos are incompatible with some silicone based lubricants, users should avoid combining the two without doing a patch test before use.
Flavored Lubricants: A flavored lubricant can add to oral sex for men and women, they are usually condom safe and can also be used for manual stimulation or intercourse.
Anal Lubricants: An essential for anal sex these lubricants are usually thicker water-based lubes such as Sylk, KY gel and Wet Stuff.
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