Lubricants, or lubes, come in various types, each offering unique characteristics and benefits. Below are the different types of lubes commonly available.
Composed primarily of water, these lubes are versatile and compatible with condoms and sex toys. They are easy to clean, non-staining, and typically have a natural feel. View range
Made from silicone compounds, these lubes are known for their long-lasting and silky texture. They’re water-resistant, making them great for activities in the shower or pool.
They should not be used with silicone-based sex toys, as they can degrade the toy’s material. View Range
Made from oils like coconut oil or mineral oil, these lubes can be moisturizing and offer a smooth glide. They should not be used with latex condoms, as they can weaken the latex and lead to breakage.
They can stain fabrics and are not always easily washable. View Range
Hybrid lubes combine water-based and silicone-based properties, aiming to provide the best of both worlds. They often have a longer-lasting effect than pure water-based lubes. View Range
These lubes are designed to add flavor to intimate activities, making oral play more enjoyable. They come in various flavors and are typically water-based. View Range
Warming and Cooling Lubricants
These lubes are formulated to create warming or cooling sensations when applied. They can add a new level of excitement to intimate moments.View Range
Organic and Natural Lubricants
These lubes are made from natural and organic ingredients, catering to those who prefer a more natural option. They are often free from parabens, glycerin, and artificial fragrances. View Range
While not traditional lubes, these products are designed for longer-term hydration and comfort, particularly for those experiencing vaginal dryness. They provide relief from dryness and help maintain vaginal health. View Range
In summary when selecting a lube, consider factors such as your preferences, sensitivities, the intended use (such as solo play, partnered activities, or massage), and compatibility with condoms or sex toys. Always read the label, follow instructions, and test a small amount on your skin to check for any adverse reactions before using it more extensively.
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