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Personal Lubricants for Enhanced Sex & Intimacy

Lubes & Lotions for Better Sex

Sex lube is one of the best and quickest ways to enhance your sexual experience. It does not matter your age, gender, or sexual preference, adding a lubricant to your sexual arsenal will give you that extra boost of pleasure.  Friction is never a good idea when it comes to sex, either with a partner or masturbating alone. For this reason, simply by adding a slick men's lube, you will remove the unwanted friction and create a smooth and slick barrier that is sure to feel great. 

There are several types of lubricants with the most common types being water-based lube and silicone-based lube.  There are also hybrid and oil-based lubricants as well.  Each of these types of men's lube comes with its own pros and cons.  Water-based lubes are the more common type of lubricant available and for good reason. It is a very inexpensive and safest lubricant type.  With the main ingredient being water, this lubricant is completely water-soluble and will be completely absorbed by the body.  Water-based lube is also safe to use with all latex, condoms, and sex toys of all materials

The next most common type is silicone-based. This lube offers another safe alternative to water-based.  Silicone sex lubes are typically made with just 2-3 ingredients and are completely waterproof. Silicone lube is great for fun in the spa, shower, and any other wet environment.  Silicone is extremely slow to be absorbed by the body so it stays extremely slick on your body for extended periods of time. This makes for a great anal lube.  Silicone lube is safe to use with all latex and condoms but only safe to use with hard sex toys. Never use a silicone sex lube with a silicone sex toy. 

Next, comes oil and hybrid lubricants which are typically used for masturbation purposes. You never want to use an oil-based lube with latex, it will degrade the latex every time. Oil-based lube is great to be used with lambskin condoms.  Sexual lubricants are a great addition no matter if you are using sex toys, masturbating, vaginal sex, or anal sex.  It's time to step up and get wet!

Personal Lubricants for Enhanced Sex & Intimacy FAQs

There are 3 main lubricant types that are the most commonly available.

  1. Water-based lubricant - The most commonly available and generally considered the safest option for people and sex toys.
  2. Silicone-based lubricant - Another safe option that is made of silicone.  These are water-proof, longer lasting, and safe for use with latex.
  3. Oil-based lubricant - These are typically for masturbation lube and anal lube.  Oil is not safe for use with latex, sex toys, or vaginal sex.
  4. In more recent times manufacturers have released what is known as Hybrid lubricant which is a combination of water-based and silicone-based lube.  This lube is typically a creamy white consistency and has the long lasting and slick properties as both other bases.  Hybrid lube is safe to all sex toys and condoms.
Adding a high quality lubricant to your sex life even if you or your partner naturally produce it is still a great idea.  Adding a lubricant will further reduce friction and add necessary slickness to improve all aspects of sex.  Lubricant's tend to work better when introduces into the body's natural lube production.  It does not matter how little or how much natural lubricant your body produces, adding additional lubricant will improve your experience.
Yes, all lubricant has a manufacturers expiration date. According to data from the US Department of Food and Drug Administration, sex lubes have a shelf life that stretches from 12 months to three years. Typically the manufacturer will stamp the lube bottle with it's expiration date or a lot number that can be referenced back to an expiration date.

While there is no long lasting harm in using expired lube there are factors and concerns that you need to be aware of.

Expired lube loses its performance over time.  Meaning, it will not last as long and will not have the same smooth slick texture as it once did.

Using an expired lube can cause an allergic reaction, infections, and skin irritations.

You should avoid using a lubricant past its expiration date to be on the safe side.

Other than the actual stamped expiration date, there are changes in the lubricant itself that can help you identify lubricant that has gone bad or expired.

  1. Change in color.  The lubricant goes from clear to a slight yellowish color.
  2. Emits a smell that was not previously there. It might smell unnatural.
  3. The taste has gone bad.  If you have a flavored lube that was once delicious and now not so much, chances are your lube is bad,
  4. The consistency of the lube has changed.  If your lube has thinned out or got extra thick, it might be bad,

If you are using latex condoms the only safe lube options are water-based and silicone-based. Do not use oil-based lubricant on latex condoms as the oil will degrade the latex.

If you are using Polyurethane or non-latex condoms, you should be safe to use any lube including oil-based (although it is not recommended if using for vaginal sex).

Most of the time using a lubricant will not have any adverse side effects.  There are small risks though that should be considered prior to use.  These include:

  • allergic reactions
  • skin irritation
  • yeast infections
  • interfering with fertility
  • drying up quickly, requiring frequent reapplication