Which Lube Goes Where?
We get a lot of questions about what lube to use where and there are a few things to consider when selecting lubes.
I suggest you have a selection from which to choose depending on what you’re doing.
There’s been an explosion in sexual lubrication innovation over the last 5 years. This is good news and bad.
There are now thousands of mind-boggling choices but many of them are filled with noxious chemicals that women do not want to pour onto their delicate parts.
Categorically you can use silicone, oil or water-based lubrications. (Note: Oil-based lubes are not to be used with condoms.)
If you’re doing Expanded Orgasm stroking she might prefer one type of lube on her clitoris with a different lube inside for G-Area stroking. For intercourse a different lube might feel better. During different times of the month one lube might feel better over another. And as a woman matures sexually, her tastes in lube might also change.
I’d suggest you lay in 3 different lubricants as follows:
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Look for unscented organic, paraben-free, glycerin-free and organic formulations. Choose lubes with the least number of chemicals that are as natural as possible. Carrageenan is a food-grade seaweed extract used to thicken ice cream that is also found in many high-quality lubricants.
Experiment and see what feels good in various situations.
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