Warming Lube

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Susan Colvin
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My wife and I tried your Warming Lube with great disappointment. Although it was OK as a lube, the primary desire was for the warming sensation. There was none whatsoever. If something is described as warming, then......
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Muddog7998 Muddog7998
Quote:
Originally posted by jcuwood
Susan:
My wife and I tried your Warming Lube with great disappointment. Although it was OK as a lube, the primary desire was for the warming sensation. There was none whatsoever. If something is described as warming, then......
What are you wanting? You could say that you tried one lube and it didn't work, but you were wondering if anyone else has tried others that worked better. Just saying something like this is spam.
12/19/2010
Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by Muddog7998
What are you wanting? You could say that you tried one lube and it didn't work, but you were wondering if anyone else has tried others that worked better. Just saying something like this is spam.
Hmmm...I am wondering if you got a bottle that was laying in someone's warehouse and was outdated? The only other explanation would be that it was exposed to sunlight for an extended period of time (probably not by you, but perhaps by who you purchased it from?). Since we are three steps from ultimate sale (we sell distributors, who sell retailers, who then sell to consumers)we sometimes find that products, especially liquids, are outdated and have lost their "punch." I would be happy to send a new one if you contact me directly at al@calexotics.com
12/20/2010
jcuwood jcuwood
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Originally posted by Muddog7998
What are you wanting? You could say that you tried one lube and it didn't work, but you were wondering if anyone else has tried others that worked better. Just saying something like this is spam.
Have tried several, thank you very much. Was just trying to offer input.
12/21/2010
jcuwood jcuwood
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Originally posted by Al Bloom
Hmmm...I am wondering if you got a bottle that was laying in someone's warehouse and was outdated? The only other explanation would be that it was exposed to sunlight for an extended period of time (probably not by you, but perhaps by who you ... More
Thanks Al. I sent you an email.
12/21/2010
Stagger13 Stagger13
We have found some of the warming products to be tough on sensitive skin. Fun at the start though.
03/14/2011
Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by Stagger13
We have found some of the warming products to be tough on sensitive skin. Fun at the start though.
Ingredients are always listed on the product itself, so if you have had issues with another product, you will probably feel the same with another. Always try a new lube on a very small area prior to use, and if you are allergic to one of the ingredients, it will not be as big of a deal as when you actually use a large quantity during activity. Most water based products do not contain an active ingredient that would cause such a reaction....many times silicone lubes create sensitivity....but, everyone is different. If the store has testers, try a small amount on a small area of your arm, and browse for a while to see if there is any reaction. Of course, the lube will end up on a more sensitive area so...caution is advised with any new lubricants, warming, ware-based, or silicone.
03/14/2011
Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by Al Bloom
Ingredients are always listed on the product itself, so if you have had issues with another product, you will probably feel the same with another. Always try a new lube on a very small area prior to use, and if you are allergic to one of the ... More
Great advice! I always recommend trying it on the inner wrist or between the thumb and pointer finger; those are pretty sensitive areas on the hands, but obviously, it won't be the same as the genitals. It's much better to find out that you have a reaction before you get in the middle of activity though.

I'm happy to say I've never had any reaction to Cal Exotics lubricants.

Thanks for the great advice, Al. I love how CalExotics takes care of their customers.
03/14/2011
Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by Kayla
Great advice! I always recommend trying it on the inner wrist or between the thumb and pointer finger; those are pretty sensitive areas on the hands, but obviously, it won't be the same as the genitals. It's much better to find out that you ... More
Your pleasure is our business! Thanks for the kind words...we try really hard. Al
03/14/2011
lilmamma lilmamma
It also depends on the person I think.. My husband and I have yet to find a "warming lube" that actually warms.. and we've tried several as well.. even some from other stores. We started trying cooling lubes instead and we love them!
10/20/2011
PeachPunch PeachPunch
I've had really horrible experiences with warming lube =/ Like, a night totally ruined lol
07/02/2012
Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by lilmamma
It also depends on the person I think.. My husband and I have yet to find a "warming lube" that actually warms.. and we've tried several as well.. even some from other stores. We started trying cooling lubes instead and we love them!
Good advice...if we make them too strong, people have bad reactions. I guess the only way to know is to be adventurous and try. The good news is there are all wholesome ingredients in it, so as a lube, you won't be disappointed.
07/02/2012
Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by PeachPunch
I've had really horrible experiences with warming lube =/ Like, a night totally ruined lol
Sorry to hear that!
07/02/2012
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