Let’s talk about lubrication: Lubricants can fulfill many needs – and not just maintaining the engine speed during a sex marathon. Here are some things about the nuances of using lubricants that you You need to know so as not to spoil the fun.
1. You are not spoiled if you use lubricant (like your partner).
Some women are real But using lubricants does not mean that you have something that does not work that way, it, on the contrary, makes you a connoisseur of sex and your own personal pleasure. So if someone tells you that with You and your body have something wrong, because you love lubricants, then they have problems, not you.
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2. Do not use oil-based lubricants with condoms
Otherwise, it can worsen the latex and lead to its rupture. And if the condom is your only partner with birth control, this can lead to undesirable consequences.
3. Do not use silicone greases with silicone sex toys
They can cause the breakdown of your toy. Silicone lubricants are great for playing on water, so water-based lubricants obviously will not work there.
4. But silicone works with condoms
And longer than water-based lubricants (which, by the way, work with both condoms and sex toys). In general, water-based lubricants are a popular type of lubricant, but you should keep in mind that they dry up quite quickly, so you may need another serving.
5. Popular types of lubricants can cause infections
If you are prone to yeast or any other infections on the female part, then pay attention: a study in 2013 showed that women who used products not originally intended for getting them In the intimate parts of the body of a woman (like some oils or petroleum jelly), often provoked the emergence of various bacterial infections. Most likely, because these products have spoiled the pH (acid-base balance).
You may want to stay away from glycerine, which is among the popular ingredients, including water-based lubricants – it Can also lead to the development of a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. So read the composition.
6. When all the means fail, just … spit.
Saliva is relatively cheap (even free), organic and ready at any time lubricant. There is one downside: the saliva dries up too quickly, so if you expect to have a good time, it’s not the best option.
7. There is no trick – the lubricant works for you. Of course, when it comes to your body and your orgasm, research (and trial and error) is a key factor. But remember: the experience of each person is unique. Someone prefers one lubricant, and you might like quite another. Try and find one that will put you on the fast track to crazy pleasure. Without shame: 10 stars who adore being nude.