December 4, 2020
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Advantages Of Different Types Of Lube

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Lube

Lube is a shorter, more casual way of saying lubricant or lubrication. Lubricant helps sexual intercourse progress more smoothly. Lube gives the human private parts greater glide during sexual intercourse, making sexual intercourse more comfortable and pleasurable. Lubes come in three basic types. Water-based, oil-based, and silicone-based. All of which have different properties and advantages. We highly recommend getting lubes from Playful2Night. They have a wide variety of lubes and other adult toys.

Water-Based Lube

Water-based lubes are generally considered most user-friendly and all-purpose of the three types. They don’t deteriorate latex, so they’re safe to use with condoms, dams, diaphragms, and other latex safer-sex products. For most people, water-based lubes are non-irritating, user-friendly, and easy to clean up. A number of these lubes also contain glycerin, however, which may cause yeast infections in some women. They can also dry out relatively quickly, but adding a little more lube, water, or saliva will get you sliding smoothly again.

Oil-Based Lube

Oil-based lubes like Vaseline or lotion are not recommended for safer sex because they break down latex. They can also leave a coating on the vagina or rectum that can lead to infections. Males masturbating alone, though, can use oil-based lubes as a way to avoid chafing or to simply try something new.

Silicone-Based Lube

Silicone-based lubes are the newest on the market. Like water-based lubes, they’re safe to use with condoms and other latex products, but they last longer. Silicone lubes can also be used in the water without being washed off. However, this means they’re harder to clean up after: you’ll have to use soap and water. If you’re using silicone lube with sex toys, you may want to use caution, since it can damage sex toys made of silicone. Using a condom over the toy or choosing a water-based lube can help avoid mishaps.

Flavored And Edible Lube

Flavored lubricators are similar in function to regular lubricants, with the added advantage of different flavors and scents like banana, watermelon, kiwi, orange, strawberry, bubblegum, vanilla, chocolate, mint and more. These types of lubricators are ideal for oral sex, since some erogenous zones such as the genitals are not always particularly palatable even when thoroughly clean, especially the vagina and the rectum. Flavored lubricators are usually water based, so they also feature the same perks. For instance, they are edible, and after all, what would be the point of a flavored item if it could not be consumed?

Anal And Warming Lube

While most lubricants are safe for anal sex, some are specifically designed for this particular sex practice and contain a thicker gel instead of a liquid, which allows the substance to remain in place. Although it has been surrounded by taboos and myths, the truth is that anal sex can be a safe and enjoyable experience for both genders, provided that there are a few conditions present, such as relaxation, communication and generous quantities of lubricant.

As the name implies, warming lubes create a warming sensation on the skin’s surface that is enhanced when the liquid comes in contact with natural body fluids like sweat. Warming lubricants can be water based or silicone based, but the ingredient that brings about the warming feeling would be the same for both. Such ingredients include propylene glycol, alcohol, herbal extracts, vitamins, and capsaicin.

Spermicidal Lube

Spermicidal lubes are those that contain chemicals that are deadly or impairing to sperm, the main one being nonoxynol 9, or N-9. N-9 acts on the acrosomal membranes of the sperm, immobilizing it. Besides this contraception property, spermicidal lubricants also help to lubricate the vagina and improve enjoyment during sexual relations. It’s just like a regular lubricant. This form of lubricant can be very useful for persons who are allergic to condoms. But only if they are in a monogamous relationship since unlike condoms they do not prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

 

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