Lubricants, glides

More and more women are buying lubricants to make the bedroom more enjoyable and the use of toys would be more satisfying.

Since the vagina is very absorbent, it should be borne in mind that the lubricant is not toxic to the body. How to choose a lubricant to meet all your needs?

Water-based lubricants
Pros: The most common type of lubricant suitable for use with sex toys and condoms. A number of water-based lubricants are also excellent for moisturizing or even for use as a face cream. Consistency can be liquid and silky or thicker and flatter, as well as water-based lubricants with different flavors and effects (e.g., a cooling effect obtained through mint).
Cons: May be absorbed quickly by the body, which may necessitate the repeated addition of a lubricant. However, rapid absorption is a sign that there is not enough water in the body. Water-based lubricant dissolves in water, which makes it unsuitable for use in bath games or in water bodies.

Silicone-based lubricants
Pros: Silicone-based lubricants are not absorbed into the skin, making the effect longer than water-based lubricants. Silicone-based lubricants are as if designed to enjoy water, and can also be used for massage as they create an extremely delicate silk feel.

Cons: Do not use silicone toys as they may damage the surface. Not well suited for oral sex because it leaves an unpleasant feeling in the mouth. Be careful and clean up immediately if the drop falls off, makes the floor very slippery!

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