Astroglide

Lubricant by BioFilm

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Dabbling in different lubes, I found Astroglide to be readily available, long lasting, and overall dependable for a lube. Overall, just great!
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Pros:
Feels natural, widely available, good price, easy cleanup if any.
Cons:
Glycerin and parabens can cause yeast infection or irritation, minimally sticky.
Rating by reviewer:
4
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As I sauntered down the isle to that teeny family planning section in the super market, I checked out the lubes because the one I had then was horrible. I was using some k-y something. I thought that paying a couple extra dollars for something that I knew a little bit about would serve me some good. I was wrong. K-y is super sticky. So I picked up some Astroglide because I heard that it was pretty good. I decided to test this theory.

My primary use for lube is anal play, and ending up sticky and uncomfortable after use is extremely upsetting for me. My first use of Astroglide was on my own with an anal plug. I used just a couple bead-size drops on my toy, and was good to go. In all my uses of this lube, I haven't needed to stop and reapply. As for vaginal use, I found that it made me feel too slippery, but maybe that's just because I prefer not to use lube if I can avoid it.

The consistency is like light vegetable oil (sorry if that's a bad example, but it seems to fix to me), and feels like your own juices for the most part. It doesn't make a mess, and washes whatever you get it on. It is slightly sticky, but nothing that will bug you either pleasuring yourself, or having s good time with your partner (believe me, I hate being sticky, but really, it didn't bug me). Clean up, if you find it necessary, is minimal as it doesn't leave that gross residue on sensitive areas, but it’s always good to give your hands a good washing.

Astroglide is water based personal and partner lubricant. Its formula is pH balanced, water-based, water-soluble and petroleum free, as per the description says. This lube is L-Arginine free. A concern is that Astroglide contains glycerin and parabens, which have the possibility to cause a yeast infection or irritation. It has no odor and I haven't tasted it, but my hubby hasn't said anything about an odd taste, so I’m assuming it’s tasteless also.

Per my options of lube, I prefer Astroglide. I haven't tried a very wide variety of lube, but I've found to be content with this one. I've found something that works for me.
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Comments
  • ~LaUr3n~
    ~LaUr3n~  
    I am glad you liked this as much as I do! Good review!
  • Femme Mystique
    Femme Mystique  
    I personally think Astroglide is way too sticky. Have you tried Liquid Silk?
  • Tragemony
    Tragemony  
    I have not tried Liquid Silk. I've heard good things about it though.
  • Machina
    Machina  
    I really enjoyed the KY intrigue. Is that what you were using?
  • BlooJay
    BlooJay  
    Thx for the review!
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