Sliquid Swirl Lubricant

HotCouple HotCouple
Swirl lube
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Just wondering if anyone knows how these lubricants work for someone who is really sensitive to lubricants? I've only tried one Sliquid product previously, but I really liked it, so just wondering!
07/12/2011
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Dusk Dusk
It depends, what do you mean by sensitive? Are there certain items in a lubricant that cause you to itch, come out in a rash, or what? Hard to know unless you give us more detail.
07/13/2011
HotCouple HotCouple
To be honest, I don't really know what the problem is. I usually have no luck with any lubricants that are warming, cooling, tingling etc. They cause a lot of burning and itching. I just can't stand them! I haven't really tried any flavored lubes, because I didn't want to risk it. I've tried the organics line of the sliquid and I really like them (and they don't cause any discomfort), so I was debating about trying one of their flavored ones. Just to give it a go and see if it works.
07/14/2011
Dusk Dusk
Since you don't know yet if you'll have an issue, I would actually suggest the Sliquid Lube Cube. Eden doesn't carry it unfortunately, but Babeland does and it's got small sample packs of a bunch of different types of sliquid lube. It would give you a chance to try them out and see how you react, that way if you like any one in particular you can get more of it. I've never used a warming or cooling lube but I haven't personally had any issues with sliquid - they seem pretty good for sensitive folks, from what I've heard.
07/14/2011
HotCouple HotCouple
Thanks for the info! That's good to know.
07/14/2011
AndromedaJane AndromedaJane
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Originally posted by Dusk
Since you don't know yet if you'll have an issue, I would actually suggest the Sliquid Lube Cube. Eden doesn't carry it unfortunately, but Babeland does and it's got small sample packs of a bunch of different types of sliquid lube. It ... More
Awesome! Thanks!
01/27/2012
Mia.The.Wonder.Slut Mia.The.Wonder.Slut
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Originally posted by HotCouple
To be honest, I don't really know what the problem is. I usually have no luck with any lubricants that are warming, cooling, tingling etc. They cause a lot of burning and itching. I just can't stand them! I haven't really tried any ... More
I sometimes have bad reactions with "enhanced" lubes, too. I found out the hard way that I was allergic to spermicide. That was not fun... Flavored lubes aren't like enhanced lubes, so they should be gentle for use. The best way to find out without getting it all up inside you and suffering later is to rub a little on the inside of your labia and see if that burns. Usually if you have no reaction, you're safe.
04/12/2012
TakeHimAway TakeHimAway
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Originally posted by HotCouple
To be honest, I don't really know what the problem is. I usually have no luck with any lubricants that are warming, cooling, tingling etc. They cause a lot of burning and itching. I just can't stand them! I haven't really tried any ... More
I like them, too!
05/07/2012
powerqueen powerqueen
Good luck with the lube cube! I've been thinking about buying that too over a Babeland.
05/06/2013
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