Platinum silicone lubricant by Wet Lubricants - review by Jewelweed

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My favorite lube!

Definitely my favorite lubricant. It is versatile and very effective! Just don't spill it or use too much...You'll find you have quite a mess on your hands (or floor, or carpet, or genitals...)
Very slick, economical, lasts a long time.
Thin consistency, high initial cost, difficult to clean up.
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extremely useful review
I bought a bottle of this stuff a while ago, and I still have it. Not because I don't ever use it, but because a little bit goes a LONG way!

I love this lube so, so much. I picked up a bottle about a year ago, because I'd never tried using lubricant while playing, and I was having some dryness issues due to birth control. I had heard great things about silicone-based lubricant, that it stayed slippery, and felt "natural," that is, very similar to natural secretions.

I recommend using only a few drops until you get used to just how slippery this stuff is. It's thin, but not too thin, and like I said, a little goes a long way. My favorite part is that this lube is usable in environments like the shower, where regular water-based lube would be washed away. It's so potent in its slipperability (I don't think that's really a word, haha!) that I've had problems cleaning it up!

I have not used it for anal play, so I cannot offer any advice as far as that goes. However, I could imagine it being effective, as it is very slick.

There is one definite caveat, however. Be very, very cautious about using it with silicone toys. Depending on the grade of the silicone, the lubricant can bond to the toy and destroy it, making it gummy in texture and rather messy. Tantus, the great silicone sex toy company has an article about the fabulousness of using silicone lubes, including the question of combining lube with silicone toys here.

Silicone lubricant is also a good option from a health standpoint. Many other lubes contain glycerin (which can promote yeast infections) and parabens, which have been called into question concerning their possible status as carcinogens in recent years. Pure silicone lubricant is rinsed out of your body by its natural cleaning processes, and there are no nasty additives to stay behind and soak in. The Tantus article I cited above expands more on this topic.
I have a friend who spilled this on their hardwood floor in the bedroom a couple of years ago. Despite their efforts to clean it up, that spot remains slippery to this day. Don't spill it!
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