just wondering

TheNuTz TheNuTz
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A gentlemen has mentioned in comments he had a burning effect. Not like skin burning just irrotation burn im assuming.
Has anyone else used this lube and found anything else needed to know or was it just a reaction to him?
07/10/2011
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Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
Different people have different sensitivities. I know a person who was rushed to a hospital because of one small strawberry. She can eat everything else. Other people can't eat even trace amounts of peanuts. The fact that someone had a reaction doesn't necessarily mean you will.
07/10/2011
I'll Miss You EF :( I'll Miss You EF :(
To be safe, if you already own this lubricant, try testing on the top of your foot.
Observe the area for an hour, if no reaction occurs then you should be okay to use this on your genitals.

If you don't have any known allergies, have used lubricants before without difficulties, then you should be okay. But to be safe, you might want to consider a different lubricant.

Like the Previous Poster said, everyone reacts differently.
07/11/2011
fanarama fanarama
Quote:
Originally posted by TheNuTz
A gentlemen has mentioned in comments he had a burning effect. Not like skin burning just irrotation burn im assuming.
Has anyone else used this lube and found anything else needed to know or was it just a reaction to him?
I had the same reaction to the lubricant, it burns and I purchased it because I have very sensitive skin, which made the product disappointing.
12/21/2011
arewehavingfun? arewehavingfun?
We have used other ID lubes without problems.
02/28/2012
CindyH CindyH
Quote:
Originally posted by TheNuTz
A gentlemen has mentioned in comments he had a burning effect. Not like skin burning just irrotation burn im assuming.
Has anyone else used this lube and found anything else needed to know or was it just a reaction to him?
not sure never used
02/28/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
It's glycerin and paraben free which are the most common allergens in lubricant, so it's less likely to cause a problem than many others out there, but everyone's sensitivity levels are different so a reaction is always possible. I've switched to an organic lubricant just to be safe because I've heard so many horror stories and I just prefer to be safer. Plus, being single at the moment and not knowing if I might end up with someone with sensitivities, it seems prudent to be cautious and just go with something super safe that is less likely to cause a reaction. Though, even the most "hypoallergenic" products can still cause reactions, they're just less likely to.
02/28/2012
CinLuvsBre CinLuvsBre
Good info!
06/16/2012
Sangsara Sangsara
Ph makes a huge difference
09/17/2012
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