Skin sensitive or not?

Sexy Desire Sexy Desire
Aqua sensitive review
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Is it better to start with a lube that is made for sensitive skin if you don't know how your skin will react?
12/19/2012
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Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
Hm, theoretically I guess "yes" would be logical, but we both have sensitive skin and have had problems with lubes that were supposedly *for* sensitive skin. Looking at that one's ingredients list, I can already say there are 2 in there that would make it a no-go for Alan & I. Have you considered the Sliquid line? We've had good luck so far with both Sliquid Sea and Sliquid H2O.

~M
12/20/2012
Gracie Gracie
Seconding the sliquid recomendation. I like the h2o ride.
12/20/2012
victorsummers victorsummers
i like the h2o.
12/20/2012
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