ID millennium - lubricant by I-D Lubricants - review by Menarae

Decent Shower Buddy

Wet Platinum will definitely do the job in the shower. It won't change your life, but there are worse silicone lubes out there. Personally, I'd keep looking for something better.
Didn't rinse off under running water, didn't get tacky.
Didn't stay put once it was applied, doesn't just wipe off.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I've tried one other silicone lube before (Wet Platinum) and at the very least, ID Millennium is a step up from that. That being said, I'm not quite sure ID Millennium is quite what I'm looking for.

I just had a small sample of ID Millennium, so my experiments were rather limited. I wrapped up my favourite silicone toy in condoms and brought everything into the shower. ID Millennium is very thin, almost watery, so you have to work quickly or it will drip off of your hand or toy. It won't rinse off under running water, which is a nice change from the water-based lubricants. I did have to reapply, but I was using the toy anally, so the more lube the better. Vaginal experiments will have to wait.

ID Millennium definitely feels different on my skin compared to water-based lubricants. It's more oily as opposed to silky. But really, as long as it gets the job done, I guess. I didn't notice a smell to it, and I'm not ingesting a silicone lube.

It does wash off quite nicely with soap and water...but beware of soap-free cleansers. They will not clean off the silicone lube as well! I had to wash my hands four times before I remembered that the soap I was using was soap-free. A quick scrub-down with real soap worked just fine. Because ID Millennium doesn't just dry up, I wouldn't recommend it for play in the bedroom. I found it does wipe off if you vigorously scrub the area with a towel, but that wouldn't feel so great on more delicate parts. And watch out for toys with textured handles or dials. I think the dial of my little clit toy is going to be oily for a while now. And wash your hands after you've lubed up, but before you start to play. That silicone lube will get EVERYWHERE and the shower floor is slippery enough without the smeared lube.

That being said, ID Millennium was sliding all over my skin. When I was done having my fun, I put a drop of the lube on my hand and rubbed my palms together. Within about thirty seconds, I felt friction. My hands didn't feel like the lube had rinsed off, but like the lube had really spread out. So I put another drop on the back of my hand and rubbed it back and forth with three fingers. The slick patch went from up and down the middle of my hand, to the side below my pinky, to across the back of my wrist. So ladies, be careful playing anally with this lube, so it doesn't slide down from your anus to your labia. (I also noticed it seemed to slide off the condom on my toy during use, but that may have also been because I didn't apply the lube internally.)

If offered a choice between ID Millennium and Wet Platinum, I'd choose ID, but I think I'm going to keep hunting around for a better shower lube.
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My ID millennium tags
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Anyone
    • Masturbation
    • Sex
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bath / shower
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Anal
    • Genitals
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  • Purpleladybug
    Thanks for the review!!
  • Ansley
    I would love to have the ingredient list for this product in the review! Thanks for taking the time to give us the info.
  • Menarae
    Ingredients as oer the product page: Cyclomethicone, Dimethiconol Silicone, Dimethicone Copolyol, Tocopheyl Acetone (Vitamin E Acetate)

    (I just had a little pillowpack sample, which I tossed when I was done with it )
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  • Apirka
    Thanks for sharing!
  • Kirill1171
    Thanks for sharing!
  • amazon
    Nice review
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