Your shopping cart is empty!
Flavoured sex lubes are used during sex because they can make a sexual experience more enjoyable. There are many different types of flavoured sex lubes that come in many enticing flavours and consistencies. Sex lubes allow couples to connect better during sexual intercourse and introduce an element of excitement into a relationship. It is particularly fun to experiment with a variety of different lubricant types available. People are especially excited about flavoured lubricants or lubricants with cooling or heating sensations. You can browse our extensive collection of flavoured lubricants to find a lube that is ideal for your needs.
Just about everyone uses flavoured sex lubes. Sex Lubricants help women who suffer from vaginal dryness or experience pain during an intercourse as a result of hormonal fluctuations during and after menstruation, menopause, childbirth, breastfeeding or simply as a result of stress. Sex Lubricants can be enjoyed with a partner or alone during manual stimulation, masturbation, with sex toys for the ease of penetration. Lubricants should be in the war chest of those who enjoy anal sex because anus does not lubricate itself. Lubricants are renowned for their ability to add variety and novelty to a sexual experience (warming or flavoured lubes). Lubricants also help with quick pleasures when natural lubrication takes a longer time to kick in.
Choosing your first flavoured lubes may be a difficult and overwhelming task, especially when you are presented with so many choices. How do you decide what is right for you? Here are a few things you should consider when choosing what lube to choose. Lubricant formulas vary across the board. There are many options of sex lubes available including oil-based, silicone-based and water-based. Water-based lubricants are considered to be the gentlest and are generally safe with most sex toys. Silicone-based lubricants are slicker and can last longer than water-based lubes. However, silicone-based lubes may cause irritation in some women and are not safe to use with silicone sex toys. Oil-based lubricants are less common as they are thicker. Some prefer oil-based lubes for their natural ingredients. You should avoid using oil-based lubes with condoms, latex contraceptives or sex toys and diaphragms as oil-based lubes can break down the materials as well as increase the chances of sexually transmitted diseases.
You may be asking yourself, how do I use lubricant? You should start off with a small amount of lube. Some prefer to use lube at the beginning of their sexual experience in order to encourage arousal. Others use it later to help with vaginal dryness or simply to ease penetration or when using a sex toy such as a dildo or an anal butt plug or anal beads. Depending on the type of sexual activity that you are engaging in, apply lubricant inside anus or vagina. You can also apply lubricant to the outside of the condom to help with the penetration and create a better sensation for your partner. Lube can be used with sex toys too. Simply cover the sex toy with some lubricant and the body part you intend to use the sex toy on. Water-based lubricants are easily absorbed by the body which means that you may need to re-apply lubricant several times during your sexual activity. Silicone-based lubricants are known to last longer than water-based lubes. Many couples are contemplating of spicing up their relationships with anal sex, which can be very painful. Lubricants help to make anal sex more comfortable and make anal penetration easier and less painful. Generally, silicone-based formula wins for anal sex. Whether you are using a dildo, a strap-on dildo or an anal butt plug, silicone-based formulas last longer and offer more slipperiness which helps with penetration. Ensure that the sex toy is not made of silicone, in which case use water-based lubricants.