ID millennium - lubricant by I-D Lubricants - review by Dame Demi

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ID millennium review

ID Millennium silicone lube is a quality product if you're a fan of silicone lubes. Unfortunately, I am not, and can't normally justify spending the extra money for silicone over a quality water-based lube. It is slick, long-lasting, and cleans up fairly easily.
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Pros:
Holds up in water
Cons:
High cost, incompatible with some materials, gets "lost" in textured toys
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review
I fully admit it - I just don’t get it. I don’t understand the appeal of silicone-based lubes. I mean, most of them work fine as lubricants|Sexual Lubricants, but I don’t see the justification in spending 2 or 3 times the amount of money for a silicone-based lube|Sexual Lubricants: Silicone based lubes, especially when they’re incompatible with different types of toys|The main types of vibrators. The one exception to this is when engaging in water-play; there silicone really performs well by staying slick and not washing away.

ID Millennium silicone lubricant|ID millennium - Silicone based lubricant is, in my opinion, no better and no worse than any other silicone lube I’ve tried so far. The lube is colorless, odorless and tasteless. It is very thin, with a watery consistency that is nonetheless quite slick. This slickness is quite durable and doesn’t wear off with prolonged use - the lubrication keeps on going and going.

As a lubricant for sexual intercourse, I enjoyed ID Millennium, since it was thin and not sticky, and provided just the right amount of friction reduction. As I said earlier, for water play, it stays in place and is hard to beat.

Silicone lubes just don’t cut it for me when it comes to toy use, though. I find the sensation from silicone lubes to be “slick” rather than “slippery,” and they just don’t provide the level of comfort I want when using a textured toy (smooth toys are fine). The thin silicone seems to get lost in the nooks and crannies of a textured toy, and much of the lubrication properties are lost.

Still, ID Millennium performs well for a silicone lube. It is clean and slick-feeling, and quite unobtrusive - it’s easy to forget you’re even using a lube. It also cleans up rather easily for a silicone lube, wiping off with some vigorous scrubbing with a baby wipe and a dry towel. Most importantly, it doesn’t leave a sticky residue, and comes off quite cleanly.
Follow-up commentary
After experimenting and becoming more experienced with silicone lubes, I have to say I think the ID Millennium is average. I would definitely recommend ID Velvet|Silicone based Lubricants: ID velvet or, even better, Eros Bodyglide|Silicone based Lubricants: Eros bodyglide, instead.
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Comments
  • SilverVixen
    SilverVixen  
    Great Review on this! Thanks for positng, will have to try it.
  • Dame Demi
    Dame Demi  
    Thanks, though I'd recommend ID Velvet as a more premium product.
  • Hannah Savage
    Hannah Savage  
    I agree that the #1 downside to silicone lubes is you can't use them with silicone toys. Can you recommend some non-silicone lubes that you do like?
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    evanovca  
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    sweet seduction  
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    Undead  
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    johnson01  
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