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Warm Me Up

Overall, it's not terrible for the price. It does warm up but doesn't burn, a little goes a long way and it doesn't tend to dry out quickly like most water-based lubes. There's one or two questional ingredients but after doing some research, they rarely cause any harm, so I wouldn't worry about it. Don't use it for oral or if you have sensitive skin.
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Pros:
A little goes a long way
Glycerin and paraben free
Warming but not burning
Cons:
Warming sensation can be a hit or miss
One or two slightly questionable ingredients
Rating by reviewer:
4
extremely useful review
I find myself very curious about lubricants that do things other than make things slippery and this one happened to catch my eye. For the price, I was thinking 2 fluid ounces was much bigger than what it actually was, so I was kind of surprised when this little bottle about the size of my cell phone came in the mail. However, I am happy to say that a little goes a long way.

The ID Moments Warming Lubricant is water-based and free of glycerin and parabens. Because I know that some of these ingredients can be a bit scary sounding, I did some research on The Skin Deep Cosmetics Database. Here is the complete ingredient list with a brief explanation on what each does:

Water - self-explanatory
Butylene glycol - Organic chemical used in this case as a viscosity agent
carboxymethyl cellulose - Another viscosity agent, more of a thickener, to help prevent drying out
hydroxymethyl cellulose - Another viscosity thickening agent
ammonium acryloydimethyltaurate/vp copolymer - Interestingly enough, the main use of this is in anti-aging creams. In this case, it is used as the gelling agent.
PEG-45M - this one threw up a red flag for me. It is another viscosity agent but it has, in rare instances, organ toxicity (non-reproductive). It's very rare but still worth noting.
Citric acid - Usually found in food, this is used to keep your pH in balance when you use it. It's possible that this may also add to the "warming" sensation
sodium benzonate - antibacterial and antifungal agent
vanillyl butyl ether - warming agent

The viscosity of this lubricant is actually a tiny bit thicker than what I am used to with water-based lubricants and as I said, a little goes a long way. It's water-soluble, so it will wash off very easily and doesn't leave any stains on the sheets. It does have a slight scent to it, almost like a medicinal scent. The best way I can put it is like the scent of Robitussin. As for the taste - NOT a good one. It's extremely bitter; I would not recommend using this one for oral at all. As for toys, being water-based, it is safe on all toys. If you are unsure about a toy and this lubricant, test it out in a small, inconspicuous area of the toy. If there is going to be a reaction, it will happen within seconds. No reaction? You're good!
Experience
Now comes the big questions - is there really a warming sensation? And if there is, how warm does it get?
Well, from my experience, it does warm up - SLIGHTLY. I tried it without being aroused AT ALL to see how hot it gets as a base line. The result? Nothing. It only seemed to get warm when you are already getting turned on, so I would say that it could help along as an arousal aid. It doesn't heat up a terrible amount, so no worries about getting burned. However, as usual, if you have particularly sensitive skin, I would be careful about trying this.
Follow-up commentary
After trying some other lubricants with warming properties, I have noticed that there really isn't much going on with this lubricant. The warming aspect is severely lacking, and I haven't really been going back to it at all. It works as a basic lubricant still, and I still use it for things like inserting vaginal balls, but if you are looking for something that heats up, there are better products out there.
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Foreplay
    • Solo
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body
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  • spunkmonkey
    spunkmonkey  
    Thanks for the good review.
  • Allison.Wilder
    Allison.Wilder  
    Thanks for the review and the research you put into it!
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    xxxbluexxx  
    nice review!
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    Thanks for the review!
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