ID millennium - lubricant by I-D Lubricants - review by Lady Neshamah

Silicone, silicone, silicone, this girl will always love silicone

I know a lot of people haven't had the joy of giving silicone-based lube a shot. ID Millennium lube is one of the best ways to start your new addiction to silicone lubes.
Not sticky, no taste or smell, stays in water.
Rating by reviewer:
somewhat useful review
I love silicone-based lubes. I have since I discovered them a while back. And as time goes by, I love them even more. It doesn't matter what kind or what brand, I will always give it a go and I have always been a happy, purry little kitty with silicone based lubes.

ID Millennium isn't any different. I picked it up to use only with my husband because silicone-based lubes can be hard on condoms and can really cause damage to them. So, since I am obviously fluid bonded to my husband of seven years and my mate for thirteen years, I don't care that much about condoms with him. But I do need the lube.

It's never, ever sticky. Just velvety and wonderfully soft. It has no smell, taste or scent. It is also completely free of l-arginine, petro-chemicals, parabens and glycerin. Great for those with allergies.

One of the wonderful things about ID Millennium is that it will stay put in water. I had a hot tub scene and as any woman knows, the natural lubrication that my body makes was washed away with the water. But with ID Millennium, my hubby and I could just go at it in the water.

ID Millennium is actually completely safe with latex and condoms, unlike most silicone-based lubes. So if you want something very slick, this is the one to use with condoms for safe sex.

Many times when a lube says it's moisturizing, it really isn't. Usually it will just wash off once you shower, but ID Millennium will actually moisturize the skin and feel wonderful hours after your scene and shower.

But remember, don't use any silicone-based lube with your silicone toys. It's not good for them at all.

It's made out of cyclomethicone, dimethiconol silicone, dimethicone copolyol, tocopheyl acetone and vitamin e acetate.

If you haven't tried out silicone lube, start out with ID Millennium, you will be a very happy boy or girl. And you may never go back to water or oil based lubes.
Follow-up commentary
I am still using ID Millennium lube. My husband and I have a bigger bottle of it now by the bed and we use it a lot.
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My ID millennium tags
  • Who / How / What
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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?
    • Anyone
    • Masturbation
    • Sex
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • All over body
    • Genitals
    • Good for anal
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  • Lady Neshamah
    i've had some trouble with a few types silicon based lubes and some kinds of condoms. there is just some bad combos.....
  • Airekah
    I agree with cynthia, but thank you for the review.
  • Djiffy
    Thanks for the review!
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