Do you have sensitive skin on the non-genital regions of your body? Do you have problems with irritation on the genital regions of your body when using lubrication that contains glycerin or parabens?

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Do you have sensitive skin on the non-genital regions of your body? Do you have problems with irritation on the genital regions of your body when using lubrication that contains glycerin or parabens?

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Just wondering if there is a link between skin sensitivity vs. vaginal sensitivity when using lubricants. What about you?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
I DO have excema or frequent skin allergies AND I DO get irritated easily by non-hypoallergic lube
2  (7%)
I DO have excema or frequent skin allergies BUT I DO NOT get irritated easily by non-hypoallergic lube
6  (20%)
I DO NOT have excema or frequent skin allergies BUT I DO get irritated easily by non-hypoallergic lube
9  (30%)
I DO NOT have excema or frequent skin allergies AND I DO NOT get irritated easily by non-hypoallergic lube
13  (43%)
Total votes: 30
Poll is closed
10/12/2011
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indiglo indiglo
Nothing really fit me, so I couldn't vote. I don't have eczema or skin allergies, but I do have sensitive skin in certain places on my body. My face is sensitive, my neck and chest are sensitive, and my legs are sensitive to shaving. But, one region I've not had any issue with is the genital region. I can shave, exfoliate and pluck to my heart's content and have never had an issue with a lube. Weird!
10/12/2011
darthkitt3n darthkitt3n
I would vote 'other'. I don't have eczema, I do have one skin allergy occasionally, and I am not sensitive to lubricants. I am sensitive to a lot of harsh detergents and cleaning products, though. My one skin allergy is pretty weird. I don't know if I am allergic to the sunlight itself, or what, but some summers I can go outside and start breaking out in hives within just a few minutes of being outside.
10/12/2011
SilverIsis SilverIsis
I have psoriasis but that does not effect the softer areas of my skin. That said in longer sex sessions lube, even the high end stuff, starts to give off a burning sensation. Not sure if it's sensitive or if the skin got rubbed raw. The ex was a bit rough......
10/13/2011
- Kira - - Kira -
Other. I don't have any actual condition but I do have very sensitive skin. I bruise easily and react badly to harsh products. I avoid glycerin lubes as they give me yeast infections. I don't have problems with parabens. I am thinking of switching to paraben free just to be on the safe side.
10/14/2011
Kate Kate
my skin is really fussy and sensitive but luckily i am not extremely sensitive when it comes to lube, however warming lubes always seem to disagree with me
11/05/2011
Kaltir Kaltir
I have yet to find anything that bothers my skin. Not that I'm looking. O,o
11/08/2011
Eva Schwaltz Eva Schwaltz
The last option suits me the most, but I wash up almost right away after using lube, but it doesn't look like I get irritated easily.
11/09/2011
eeep eeep
I have sensitive skin when it comes to a lot of different scents and certain chemicals, and I have noticed that there are some lubes that just cause issues for me. The warming ones always seem to bother me.
11/09/2011
Oomph2687 Oomph2687
so far nothing has bothered my skin yet.
01/14/2012
Total posts: 10
Unique posters: 10