Water Based Lubes
For couples who want to experience increased comfort and enjoyment during sex, Clitoris.com suggests Water Bases Lubes as a a smart product to invest in.They are easy to find and affordable, and they can really bring that extra oomph into the bedroom. Most Sexual Lubricants on today’s market are either silicone-based or water-based, and these water-based lubes are the most commonly recommended by doctors, since they are completely safe to use with condoms. Since they don’t contain any oils or harsh chemicals, they won’t damage the sensitive latex of the condom and are also less likely to cause genital irritation.
When shopping for Water Bases Lubes, couples will want to spend some time thinking about what consistency they want their Sexual Lubricant to be. Some couples will prefer a thin, light consistency, while others will want a thick, very moist feeling lubricant. Couples interested in playing with sex toys, having anal sex, or having very rough or long lasting sex are advised to use thick lubricants. However, thicker lubricants can be a bit messy. It is also important to find a lubricant that does not dry quickly and/or that feels less sticky when it does dry. While the average lubricant will work for most sexual endeavors, its important that couples have a clear idea of how and why they wish to use a particular lubricant.
It is also important to consider the ingredients used in any Water Bases Lubes that a couple is considering using. Sometimes, certain people may have allergic reactions to certain ingredients commonly used in Lubricants. For this reason, it’s a good idea to test any new lubricant on a small area of the genitals. Reaction to certain preservatives and antiseptic ingredients are fairly common, so users should know how their body will react before they use a large quantity of the product. For people with known allergies to these ingredients, it is advisable to use a paraben free lubricant. Women who commonly experience vaginal irritation or frequent yeast infections are advised to stay away from lubricants that contain Glycerin and Sorbitol. Sensitive or easily irritated users will also want to avoid any lubricants that have special properties such as being scented or flavored.
All of these things should be considered when purchasing lube. Of course, sometimes it can take a few tries to find the right lubricant, but the fun is in the experimentation. In fact, trying out different products and shopping for them together is a great way for couples to bond and to enjoy a more mutually satisfying sexual experience together.