Warm it up personal warming lubricant - oil based lube by Cal Exotics - review by Sugar Sweet

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The Waters Are Luke Warm.

Great for foreplay but not too great for anything else. It was very thin and almost useless. However it washes off very easily.
No fragrance, hypoallergenic, warming sensation.
Weak as a lube, barely any warming effects, really thin, poor package labeling.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
First off, it didn't come in a box or even a bag. It was just free rolling in the postal box. I was happy with the amount they gave (2.5 oz). However, the bottle itself wasn't very pretty. It was really plain. White bottle and pink text reminiscent of the 80's. I think it could have had a little something to make it more appealing. It doesn't have a lot of writing on it other than it saying some ingredients, that they didn't test on animals, it's all natural, and that it was safe to use and had no fragrance. For some reason, they showcased how natural it was that they ended up leaving off some important information.

One important piece of information it was lacking: what base was it? Oil, water, silicone? I didn't know from the package. If I hadn't seen it on the site, I would have never really guessed that it was oil. It matters because what if I was using it with a toy? I wouldn't know if it was safe or not. How could they not have added that information? It seems like it'd be pretty important, right? Some lubes break down toys so if I had chose to use, say, a latex or silicone toy, it could have been damaged.

The bottle's design was like a shaving cream pump. You press it a few times and lube comes out. Before I used it, it had a little stopper. I'm not sure if it can be reused but I don't see why not. It also has a large see-through cap to cover the top of it. It's pretty simple really. It's as complicated as it needs to be and that's pretty good.

Again, the only thing it was missing was some flare and at least the type of lube base it uses. It almost looks like some kind of medical ointment. It could possibly be disguised if you didn't have the label facing out.
After reading the back I saw some ingredients that led me to think it was an oil-base lubricant. It said it was fragrance-free, it didn't have a smell. I wish it had because that would have made it a lot of fun. However, as an oil-based lubricant I was expecting it to be a bit thicker. This was almost a hair away from being as thick as water. I've seen thicker water-based lubes. I found it kind of lame because I rubbed some on my thigh to test out how it applies, and it didn't really "stick". It stayed very thin and I almost couldn't tell it was there.

After applying some to my labia and clit, I could feel an almost unnoticeable warming feeling. It faded pretty quickly. If you weren't paying attention, you wouldn't feel it. It was cooler than my own bodily fluids. And it was about as thick as them too. I honestly couldn't tell how far it had spread because it melded with my own bodily lubricant. It was just like if I was really wet. It was really watery and thin, so it kind of made a lot of squishing noises when I started rubbing. That's really embarrassing and I had to turn on the TV.

Then came the toy time. Since I was unsure at the time about the base of the lube, I chose a glass anal plug. I lathered some on and started pushing it in. It honestly did little to help slide it in. Actually, it kind of hurt a bit. It didn't burn or anything like that. I believe it's safe for penetration, however it didn't do much as a lube. I was a bit disappointed in it. I would only suggest it for foreplay. Also, do not get any in your mouth. It's a lot like Orajel, only without the numbing effect.

It washes off really easily. That's both good and bad. It's good because that makes things easy but bad because that shows you how poor of a lube it actually proved to be. If a lube doesn't stick to you at least a little bit, it's not going to provide a good lubricant with toys. I didn't even have to use soap. I could have almost not have washed it off because it kind of soaks in or fades away I'd say... or so it seemed to.
Follow-up commentary
I really don't use this product. It doesn't have a "warming" sensation like it claims and it's a bit too watery for me. Big flop.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • 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?
    • Foreplay
    • Massage
    • Solo
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
  • Features
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    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • 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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  • cherryredhead88
    It sucks to hear that this sucked so bad! Sorry it didn't work out for you, I hate when that happens. Great review!
  • Vaccinium
    Thanks for the review! Thin lubes really suck. It doesn't help when it has other negatives as well.
  • Andrey2052
    thanks for the review
  • brevado
    Nice review
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