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Everything You Need to Know About Using Lubes!

2017-10-16 03:06:29 |
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When it comes to sex, you play by the rule: the wetter, the better! This logic works pretty well and “fluidly” – so lube proves to be great because wetter is what you’re getting…

Lube can work wonders in just so many ways – whether you’re indulging in a marathon sex, making things just a little bit more smooth &slippery, or introducing you to some new kinds of fun! The bottomline is that lube is pretty fantastic and there’s absolutely nothing wrong when you use some. If you haven't bought a bottle yet, here are some things you should know about it:

When it comes to sex, you play by the rule: the wetter, the better! This logic works pretty well and “fluidly” – so lube proves to be great because wetter is what you’re getting…
Lube can work wonders in just so many ways – whether you’re indulging in a marathon sex, making things just a little bit more smooth &slippery, or introducing you to some new kinds of fun! The bottomline is that lube is pretty fantastic and there’s absolutely nothing wrong when you use some. If you haven't bought a bottle yet, here are some things you should know about it:

1. There is nothing wrong with you (or your partner) if you use lube.

Using lube doesn't mean that you're not functioning. It’s actually exactly the opposite, using lube makes you a sex connoisseurand the ambassador of your own pleasure!
So, if anyone tries to tell you that something is wrong with you or your body because you use lube, then they definitely have some issues going on with them.

2. Don't use oil-based lubes with condoms.

So you want to use baby oil or petroleum jelly? Just DO NOT do that with condoms. Using oil-based lubes can deteriorate the latex in a condom and that might as well cause it to break, which is not a good news! So, if you only use condoms for birth control, you would want to give this a miss.

3. Don't use silicone lubes with silicone sex toys.

Silicone lubb can cause your silicone toy to break down. That said, silicone lubes are great for water play, as water-based lubes obviously wouldn't work with that.

4. ...But silicone works well with condoms.

Silicone-based lubes last longer than water-based lubes (which work with both condoms and sex toys). Water-based lubes are one of the most popular types of lubes and a preferred choice for most, but they also a tendency to dry out very quickly, so you might need to reapply it during your sex-a-thon. So going for silicone-based lube is a good option!

5. Popular forms of lubes could cause infections.

According to a 2013 study, women who use products that are not conventionally supposed to go in their lady bits like Vaseline or some oils, they are more likely to get yeast and various bacterial infections.
You might also want to stay away from glycerin as well, which may surprisingly be found in a lot of products including water-based lubes. So, it's really important to read the ingredients too…

6. When nothing else works, just spit!

It is cheap (so why not?), natural and always readily available. But, if you want longer and uninterrupted sex, this might not be the best idea as it tends to dry out really quick.

7. There's no catch-all for what lube works for you.

When it comes to your body and your orgasm, research (and trial and error) is key, but remember: everyone's experience is unique. All you can do is try and see what puts you on the fast track to crazy pleasure.

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