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Is wetter really better? By gosh it is!  Firstly your natural wetness can decrease at times due to a variety of things like stress, medication and the environment, adding lube helps ease penetration so sex is pleasurable and not painful. But using lubricant can be effective even when you don't have vaginal dryness. It boosts below-the-belt sensations and allows your man to thrust longer and harder without causing you discomfort. Lubricant or lube (as it is otherwise known) is the quickest, easiest, and the most effective preventative measure that you can take against dryness and chafing during sex. It can also help prolong love-making sessions, and make your own masturbation more enjoyable. Not to mention that it is nearly essential for anal intercourse. By using lubricant it is an easy way to maximize your pleasure during sex. Lubricants can make sexual activity more slippery, sensual, and fun, so use them when exploring the world of sex toys or trying to add a little twist to your sex routine too!

It's important to find a lubricant that's right for you, though, since they can interfere with certain contraceptives and sex toys. It can be confusing, given all the brands out there, but fortunately all lubricants can be grouped into three categories: water-based, silicone-based, and oil-based. Any lubricant can cause irritation, so be sure to test it on a small part of the vagina or anus first. Wash the area with mild soap, if you develop a burning sensation or topical irritation, then try another lubricant when the irritation clears up.

Lubricants make sex wetter and better!

Almost all lubricants on the market fall into one of three categories of Water Based, Silicone Based or Oil Based. Let’s start with Water-based lubricants. These all-purpose lubes are the most common ones, since they're safe to use with sex toys, latex and condoms. They're easy to clean up and are formulated to be non irritating, though some contain glycerin, which can cause yeast infections. Their main feature is that they're smooth and slick, but not sticky and messy like silicone and oil-based lubes can be. Since they're water-soluble, skin and mucous membranes will absorb them. This makes clean-up a breeze: just a little warm water, maybe some soap, and the lube will easily wash off the skin. But its solubility also means that you might have to periodically re-apply it, depending on how long you’re busy. This is one of the chief drawbacks of water-based lube, since we all know that in the heat of the moment, an interruption is probably the worst thing that could happen. Pop on over to our lubricant page and browse our extensive range of water based lubricants.

The next type of lubrication is Silicone-based lubricants. These lubricants last longer than water-based ones. Keep in mind that some women are easily irritated by silicone, so test it out first by placing a very small dollop onto the vagina or anus and waiting to see if there is a reaction. Sometimes reactions take place overnight or a over a long period of time, so if you notice any redness or irritation then discontinue use. Silicone lubricants last longer than traditional water based lubes, and are perfect for using in the shower or spa to make your sex a little more exiciting. You will find quite the range of quality silicone lubricants available to purchase in our 'Silicone Lubricants' section.

The very common oil-based lubes include Vaseline and vitamin E oil. These lubricants can be great for hand jobs, but they are not considered safe for use with latex products or rubber toys, as they can break down the latex. They might therefore be more appealing to people in monogamous relationships who don't use condoms. They're also very messy and difficult to clean up because of their thick texture. If you want to try vitamin E oil, check with your partner first, as many people can be allergic to it.

Water based, silicone and oil based lubricants

How do I use lube? Lubricants can be a great form of foreplay for both sexes. Just remember a small amount of lube goes a long way! After rolling on a condom, smear a tiny amount on the top of the penis/condom and gently spread it up and down the penis shaft or pop a small dollop on your hands. After that, slowly spread it over the tip of his penis and work your way down his shaft, use it to lubricate the penis and create a smooth arousing feeling whilst tugging on his penis. For her, rub a tiny amount on her clitoris and gently stimulate her, use some on your fingers before insertion too for some slippery fun. Lube is most important for anal sex too, place a small amount around the edge of the anus and perhaps gently apply some within. Lube is great on sex toys too! Squirt a small dollop on the toy and prepare to be aroused. Make sure that lubricant is always cleaned off the toys and body after your fun times. During sex replenish the lube whenever things are getting a little dry.

Now that you know the basics, go ahead and experiment with different lubricants to find one that works for you. Head on over and browse our extensive range of lubricants but remember — a little lube can go a long way toward enhancing your sex play!

Want wetter, better sex? Here is the link to take you directly to our lubricants section: Lubricants