Does your lube cause wrinkled skin or pruning when water comes in contact?

Does your lube cause wrinkled skin or pruning when water comes in contact?

DreamBaby DreamBaby
Hello, I am a newbie and this is my first post!I bought some new lube called "Agape Warming Personal Lubricant for Women by Jo. It is Glycerine, silicone and oil free.

Now, we did like the slipperiness of this lube for clitoral stimulation on myself, and for him, hand job was slick. It didn't warm like we thought it should, maybe not enough Peppermint.

**The odd thing though that I noticed was that my hands became shriveled, wrinkled and prune like when I went to wash my hands! It was like I had been in the hot tub for many hours! Now at first I thought it was strange, however after my honey got out of the shower and I went to give him a post-shower BJ ... I said remember my hands after I washed them ... your love rod has it too! It wasn't as bad as my hands were ... but some of the skin was definitely strange, with a little pruning effect. It was enough of a texture change that I couldn't go on! First time for everything I guess!

Now ... has anyone else had this happen to them with lube? Is this normal? Are parts going to start falling off?

Here are the ingredients from the bottle:
Methyl Paraben
Propylene glycol
Propyl paraben
Water
Sodium carboxy
Methyl cellulose
Acacia honey type A
Peppermint

I have noticed after a little light reading that many people do not like paraben, could you elaborate why?

If anyone has any suggestions for trying a new lube, we do not want it to be sticky or tacky. It would be primarily for hand job, or clitoral stimulation ... possibly me giving him oral, but most lubes taste awful, or are sticky & tacky.

Any response to the above would be appreciated!
01/05/2010
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~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamBaby
Hello, I am a newbie and this is my first post!I bought some new lube called "Agape Warming Personal Lubricant for Women by Jo. It is Glycerine, silicone and oil free.

Now, we did like the slipperiness of this lube for clitoral ...
Wow, no I have never experienced this! I would contact the company and stop using it.
01/05/2010
Juliettia Juliettia
I'd stop using it was well. It sounds like a chemical reaction or some kind. :/
01/05/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
It's a water based lube. We're whatever percentage water.

I'm not a doctor at all, but I'd think this is totally natural
01/05/2010
Liz2 Liz2
Obviously I would stop using this brand and try something else. I am not a fan of warming lubes but perhaps one of the warming ingredients is the culprit.
My guy would immediately quit if he noticed his shaft became shriveled.
Never had this kind of reaction with a water based lube.
01/05/2010
DreamBaby DreamBaby
Quote:
Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
Wow, no I have never experienced this! I would contact the company and stop using it.
I emailed the company last night, and got a response today.

They said they have never had this kind of feedback on this product, and that they would be forwarding it to quality control.

They also were very appologetic, and offered to refund my $ if I sent them my receipt and the left over product, as well as, to mail me some free samples of other products they have.

I explained that I didn't keep my receipt, as it is a personal product that in my mind ... I wouldn't be taking back to the store. I wasn't so worried about the money, however ... I was worried about the unusual "side-effects" we both had.

The left-overs are definitely in the trash!
01/05/2010
DreamBaby DreamBaby
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
It's a water based lube. We're whatever percentage water.

I'm not a doctor at all, but I'd think this is totally natural
Im not a Dr. either, however I do work in the Medical field ... and my gut is telling me that this isn't natural. Maybe it was just an old batch or something? Who knows.
01/05/2010
DreamBaby DreamBaby
Quote:
Originally posted by Liz2
Obviously I would stop using this brand and try something else. I am not a fan of warming lubes but perhaps one of the warming ingredients is the culprit.
My guy would immediately quit if he noticed his shaft became shriveled.
Never had this ...
Yes ... my guy was like "what the ..." Basically, Peppermint is the "warming" agent in this brand, but we didn't really think it warmed very much. Warming doesn't really do so much for me, as it's pretty hot down there for me anyway, but it is nice for him when my hand creates alot of friction for a hand job. Looks like we will be in the market for "new" lube!!!

I don't know if we just used more lube than most people would normally use in a 24hr period, or what??? It really is odd and I hope that the next lube we opt to try for doesn't do this too.
01/05/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I avoid all cooling and warming lubes on principle. They all burn me, as a principle rule...
01/05/2010
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