Lubricants

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So me and my fiance just bought our first dildo and the safety rating is a 3. So would it be best to use a water based or silicone based lube? We have no idea!
02/26/2009
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You can click the material name under the product description to find out which lubes are compatible with that material. In this case, both water and silicone based are fine.
02/26/2009
Kinky Kitty Kinky Kitty
Quote:
Originally posted by sleep fucker
So me and my fiance just bought our first dildo and the safety rating is a 3. So would it be best to use a water based or silicone based lube? We have no idea!
Water based lube is almost always the better option both on your skin and inside the body. It's also cleaner feeling and easier to clean up afterwords. In my experience of using lower rated safety materials, I found that making sure you have LOTS of lube (in whatever type you chose) is necessary. Since you might feels a little burn from the type of material I would try a water based lube without all the fun smells and things to start. Work your way up from there if your skin is not irritated. Have fun!
03/19/2009
Carrie Ann Carrie Ann
I'm the exact opposite of Kinky Kitty. I love silicone lubes. A good one feels light, slick and leaves your skin feeling softened and smooth when you're done, instead of sticky and icky.

You can't use them with silicone, realistic/skinlike or some silicone blend toys, of course, but for PVC like the toy in the initial post? They're perfect.

Just goes to show that it's always about personal preference. Find what works best for you and use it as appropriate.
03/19/2009
G.I.'s Girl G.I.'s Girl
Quote:
Originally posted by sleep fucker
So me and my fiance just bought our first dildo and the safety rating is a 3. So would it be best to use a water based or silicone based lube? We have no idea!
According to the manufacturer of this toy you can use either. Generally, you want to avoid silicone lubes if your toys are porous or silicone based. Just remember that even though silicone lube can be used with your toy, it does have some other safety issues. For example it can't be used with some condoms. Personally, I have found that silicone lubes are harder to clean up and can stain your sheets. I usually choose water based ones and they get the job done.
03/19/2009
Sleeping Dreamer Sleeping Dreamer
Average Joe wrote an amazing review of Eros Body Glide link. I'm going to quote him-

"Why is silicone lubricant so great? "There are no topical body reactions to pure silicone lube. There are no irritations, no allergens and no microbes that can attach to the molecules and grow bacteria." Silicone lubricant will also stay slick, it makes sex wet and slippery, whereas most water-based lubricants dry out and are runny as all hell. What makes Eros so great is that it's velvety. Not only is it long lasting, thin, but it's like liquid velvet."

In my experience, most water-based lubricants are sticky or too runny. Silicone lube can feel like liquid silk and it works well with your body's chemistry. It can be harder to clean off but if you're showering after sex than there really isn't a problem.
03/19/2009
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
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Originally posted by G.I.'s Girl
According to the manufacturer of this toy you can use either. Generally, you want to avoid silicone lubes if your toys are porous or silicone based. Just remember that even though silicone lube can be used with your toy, it does have some other ... More
What condoms cannot be used with silicone lubes? I wasn't aware of this safety issue.

For me, silicone lube is a godsend. When I first became sexually active, my boyfriend and I only used varieties of water-based lube, and they always, always, ALWAYS gave me yeast infections. It turns out that I am hair-trigger sensitive to glycerin. I suppose that a glycerin-free water-based lube would be safe, but before I could try it, silicone lube whistled at me and I fell in love.

Like Sleeping Dreamer said, silicone lube feels silky and great. It might feel a little "greasier" and you'll need a lot of warm water or a little soap (not a good idea around the vagina in my experience) to get it completely off. However, it's completely ok to feel like there's a "film" on your skin after you've rinsed off. I asked the owner of a local sex store, and she said that the chemical structure of silicone lube makes it "breathable" for the skin. It's not as though your labia is slathered in petroleum jelly. It's kind of like a nice conditioner for your skin that will be either absorbed or flushed out soon enough.
03/19/2009
gaironhead54 gaironhead54
Quote:
Originally posted by sleep fucker
So me and my fiance just bought our first dildo and the safety rating is a 3. So would it be best to use a water based or silicone based lube? We have no idea!
Hey im thinking of getting this to surprise my husband it has always been a fantasy to play with one in front of him. Did your fiance like it. I have a small dildo and am looking for a bigger one to play with. Could you tell me how firm the edu boxer is. Also could you tell me the size. I have read different reports about how big it is? thanks Kristin
04/27/2009
Rebecca Rebecca
I am thrilled to announce that INTIMATE ORGANICS has now released 4 new lubricants.

Intimate Organics introduces their complete collection of “healthy lubricants”
!!! These lubricants were created through the help of many of the forum members to hear what everyone wanted in a lube that wasn't available on the market.

THANKS SO MUCH FOR EVERYONE'S SUPPORT!

DEFENSE

• Anti-Bacterial
Protection Lubricant
• Natural Guava Bark
Extract & Carrageean
(Sea Kelp)

HYDRA (newly formulated!)
• Gynecologists Choice
Personal Lubricant
• Purified Water &
Natural Plant Cellulose


MELT
• Natural Warming
Lubricant
• Natural Derived Plant
Glycerine & Cinnamomum
Zeylanicum Bark
Lubricant


SOOTHE
• Anti-Bacterial Anal
Lubricant
• Guava Bark Extract
with Purified Water &
Naturally Derived
Glycerine
04/27/2010
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
Quote:
Originally posted by Rebecca
I am thrilled to announce that INTIMATE ORGANICS has now released 4 new lubricants.

Intimate Organics introduces their complete collection of “healthy lubricants”
!!! These lubricants were created through the help of many of the forum ... More
Wow! Those sound awesome... Awesome enough to deserve their very own forum thread

I'm especially interested in the "anti-bacterial" lubes. How antibacterial are we talking, here? Would it be problematic for the native, "normal" population of healthy bacteria in the vagina?
04/28/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Carrie Ann
I'm the exact opposite of Kinky Kitty. I love silicone lubes. A good one feels light, slick and leaves your skin feeling softened and smooth when you're done, instead of sticky and icky.

You can't use them with silicone, ... More
I agree - we've used silicone lubes for a long time and like them - but as you cautioned it's best not to use them with silicone toys. We use a shea & cocoa butter lube for silicone toys.
04/28/2010
Elodie Elodie
Quote:
Originally posted by Rebecca
I am thrilled to announce that INTIMATE ORGANICS has now released 4 new lubricants.

Intimate Organics introduces their complete collection of “healthy lubricants”
!!! These lubricants were created through the help of many of the forum ... More
I am very much hoping that either "Hydra" or "Melt" (or both) will not have aloe in them. Nearly all body products seem to have aloe, and organic products even more so, and since I'm allergic to aloe this drastically cuts down on what I can use.
04/28/2010
arewehavingfun? arewehavingfun?
What type of lube you use depends on the maerial the dildo is made from.
10/15/2011
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by Kinky Kitty
Water based lube is almost always the better option both on your skin and inside the body. It's also cleaner feeling and easier to clean up afterwords. In my experience of using lower rated safety materials, I found that making sure you have LOTS ... More
Agreed. Water based is the way to go.
12/16/2011
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