Lubes

August 7, 2006
One of the most important thing, when a couple want to have sexual engagement, is lube. Recently I read an article about Pro2000. The new technology for lubrication, which is considered as our new hope. Before we will get Pro2000, we can get other lubes,which are provided in the market.

Ref : Sextoyspro

Water-based lubes:
Most popular lubes these days are water or glycerin based. These lubes clean up easily and have a non-greasy feel, making them a favorite of many. If they get dry during use, they can be “reactivated” with the addition of some saliva or water. Most won’t stain your sheets or clothing if they don’t contain any added colors. They are safe to use with latex condoms or gloves and rubber sex toys.

Water and glycerin-based lubes include such popular brands as Astroglide, KY Jelly, Probe, ID, Moist, Slippery Stuff, and Wet.


Silicone-based lubes :

These are the space-age wonders of the lube world: they seem to stay slippery forever. Because they’re not water based, they don’t dry out, and a little bit goes a long way. Popular brands include Eros, ID Millennium, Wet Platinum The drawbacks: a lot of sex toys are made of silicone, and using silicone lubes will damage them (although you can put a condom on them). Also, silicone lubes can be difficult to clean up.

Anal lubes :
There are several products on the market that are promoted for use in anal sex. Some lubes, like Maximus, Slippery Stuff Gel, Astroglide Gel, and Doc’s Anal Lube are more heavy and viscous, to stay put during anal activities and hold up under the additional friction.

These products can be helpful in overcoming discomfort and apprehension for anal initiates. Because they decrease sensation, they may increase the possibility of minor injuries occurring in the anal area if things get too wild. Obviously, if you split your asshole wide open, you will notice it no matter what, but if the area is numbed, the chance for minor tears in the anal membrane may increase. Just keep in mind that using a numbing lube does not give carte blanche to jackhammer someone’s ass, or shove a monster dildo up your butt.

Tips:

++ Use lube liberally. A little too much is better than not enough.
++ Test a small quantity of lube first for adverse reactions .
++ Use heavier lubes for anal sex.
++ Exercise caution when using desensitizing lubes to avoid injury.
++ Desensitizing lubes for anal sex and for prolonging erection contain the same numbing ingredients, so may be interchangeable.
++ Don’t use an oil-based lube with anything made of rubber (including sex toys and condoms); it can cause damage.
++ Don’t use silicone lube with silicone toys for the same reason.
++ Mix flavored lube with a thicker water-based lube if you want taste with a denser texture.

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