Beginner water-based lubricant for silicone dildo

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Beginner water-based lubricant for silicone dildo

Rukkubus Rukkubus
I will be buying my first ever dildo, "the original" which I have chosen because I wanted a realistic one, and apparently silicone toys are the safest. A review said, only water-based lubes, so here I am. I've never had sex, and never had a dildo, so I want a safe but cost effective and hopefully flavorless lube. I'm looking at getting the 1.7 fl oz Pink Water, as it's gotten a lot of favorable reviews. Would Pink water be a good beginner lube?
01/18/2011
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married with children married with children
hmmm. the lube that works best for me, will be different for you. every lube has different properties to it. What are you looking for in a lube? something light like water? Or heavier like a think syrup?
it is going to be hit and miss until you find a lube that works best for you. My wife and I went through about 10 different kinds until we found what worked for us. And we are still trying new ones all the time.
01/18/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
There really is no BAD lubricant.

What I like in a lubricant is one that isn't sticky, isn't goopy and doesn't make me want to shower immediately after I orgasm.

However, for anal or for fisting, I want the thickest, longest lastingest thing I can find short of honey.

The best thing to do is, like sloppy donkey said, is to try a bunch and see what works best for you.

For what it's worth, though, I do have Pink Water and it works well.
01/18/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I haven't tried the Pink Water, but I have a Shunga one that I really love.
01/18/2011
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
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Originally posted by Rukkubus
I will be buying my first ever dildo, "the original" which I have chosen because I wanted a realistic one, and apparently silicone toys are the safest. A review said, only water-based lubes, so here I am. I've never had sex, and never ...
Honestly, starting out, I'd probably just head over to Walmart or Target and get their version of KY Jelly or KY Liquid. It's pretty basic and you can get a tube for under $3.
01/18/2011
ScottA ScottA
You might not like K-Y jelly. Best idea would be to round up one of each of the samples you can lay your hands on and see what you like. Check out the lube websites- some offer free samples, some have very cheap samples.
01/18/2011
Beth D Beth D
I have only used the Personal Lubricating Gel. It costs less here than on Adam & Eve and they make the stuff! But when I was looking for a lubricant, I took a few things into consideration; positive reviews of course, but really? The most important thing for me was cost per ounce. I'm a shopper at heart and I want the best value I can get for a good product It's great in my experience and I have absolutely no complaints about it.

I think it's going to be a personal preference thing, though; what works for someone else just might not work for you.
01/18/2011
phunkyphreak phunkyphreak
Pink water is a great lube and I have sensitive skin and used it with no problems
03/02/2011
jankit jankit
I would personally try some Maximus lube. It's thicker so it'll stay put and has a fairly long play time to it. Good price for the amount you get and the pump dispenser too! However, if you are concerned about sensitivity, go with Sliquid H2O, actually.
03/30/2011
ScottA ScottA
Anyone who is chemically sensitive or prone to glycerin-induced infections would likely contest the "there's no bad lube" statement. Bad lubes, like good lubes, are a personal thing so there's no way to guarantee that you won't get one (beyond the obvious "avoid any ingredients you know you have a problem with").
03/30/2011
Rainbow Boy Rainbow Boy
I've found that Sliquid's water-based lubes are some of the best lubes for anal. They're gel-like yet not too thick and last very long. They're also glycerin and paraben-free, ensuring you don't experience any irritation. I'd start out with Sliquid H2O, as someone else mentioned.
03/30/2011
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