Lubricants

Get it wet ‘cos all folks know the wetter is always the better, for easy slide and glide with sweet juices dripping in pleasure.

The vagina naturally produces lubrication on its own to help for smooth penetration but when vaginal dryness happens and the wetness is no longer enough for your comfort, that’s the time artificial lubrication comes into play. Formulated differently to target varied audiences with its different sensations, choose from silicone, water-based, oil-based, hybrid, organic, desensiting or added sensation lubricants to find the perfect one that works best for your needs and is compatible with your body and toys to enhance arousal, keep vaginal or anal skin soft but most importantly, reduce friction during penetration. Gone are the uncomfortable or even painful playtime so you can enjoy hours of slick and oh-so-orgasmic experience in bed.

Foil - Intimate Earth

Foil

$4.30
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Wet Stuff Gold Waterbased Lubricant – 550g

Original price was: $29.95.Current price is: $25.95.
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Wet Stuff Gold

Wet Stuff Gold Waterbased Lubricant – 270g

Original price was: $24.95.Current price is: $21.95.
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Mood - Lube - Water Base

Mood Water-Based Lubricant

Original price was: $24.95.Current price is: $13.95.
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Wet Stuff Gold 1kg Pump

Wet Stuff Gold Waterbased Lubricant – 1kg

Original price was: $39.95.Current price is: $37.95.

Everything You Need to Know About Lubricants

A Comprehensive Guide to Choosing and Using Lubricants for Better Sexual Experiences

Lubricants are a vital tool in any sexual encounter, but choosing the right one can be overwhelming. With so many options available, it can be difficult to know where to start. In this guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know about lubricants, including what they are, the different types available, and how to choose the right one for your needs.

What are Lubricants?

Lubricants, also known as lube, are products designed to reduce friction and increase comfort during sexual activities. They can be used to enhance pleasure, reduce discomfort, and make sex more enjoyable for both partners. Lubricants can be used during any type of sexual activity, including intercourse, masturbation, and anal play.

Types of Lubricants

There are several types of lubricants available, and the type you choose will depend on your needs and preferences. Some of the most common types of lubricants include:

Water-Based Lubricants: These are the most popular type of lubricants and are compatible with all types of sex toys and condoms. They are easy to clean up and do not leave stains on clothing or bedding.

Silicone-Based Lubricants: These are long-lasting and do not dry out as quickly as water-based lubricants. They are also great for use in the shower or bath as they are water-resistant.

Oil-Based Lubricants: These are made from natural oils like coconut or avocado and are great for use during massage or as a moisturizer. However, they are not compatible with latex condoms and can cause them to break.

How to Choose the Right Lubricant

Choosing the right lubricant can make all the difference in your sexual experience. Some factors to consider when choosing a lubricant include:

  • Sensitivity: If you have sensitive skin or are prone to irritation, choose a lubricant that is hypoallergenic and free of fragrances or dyes.
  • Type of Sexual Activity: Different types of sexual activities require different types of lubricants. For example, silicone-based lubricants are best for anal play, while water-based lubricants are great for intercourse.
  • Ingredients: Check the ingredients list to ensure that the lubricant does not contain any ingredients that you are allergic to or have a negative reaction to.

Using Lubricants Safely

While lubricants are generally safe to use, it is important to use them properly to avoid any potential health risks. Here are some tips for using lubricants safely:

  • Choose a high-quality lubricant that is specifically designed for sexual use.
  • Avoid using lubricants that contain harsh chemicals or fragrances.
  • Do not use oil-based lubricants with latex condoms as they can cause them to break.
  • Always follow the instructions on the packaging and use the recommended amount.
  • If you experience any discomfort or irritation after using a lubricant, stop using it immediately and consult a healthcare provider.

Lubricants are an essential tool for anyone looking to enhance their sexual experiences. By choosing the right lubricant and using it safely, you can improve your comfort and pleasure during sexual activities.