Lube Shooter - Anal Lube Injector - Personal Lubricant Applicator
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Luna Matatas is a sex and pleasure educator based in Toronto, Canada, who coined Peg the Patriarchy and hosts b-Vibe's The Plug podcast. Don't be afraid to reapply "as soon as it seems like it's drying out and there's more friction," Vrangalova adds. "Keep the lines of communication with the receptive partner open. Encourage them to let you know when they feel more is necessary." The best tip for lube is that there is no such thing as too much—especially when you’re first starting out. Silicone vs. water lube
Water-based lubricants are completely toy-friendly and a great start to butt play. They are condom-safe, so they are also a great way to go from toy to the real thing seamlessly. They usually also contain natural ingredients that many people love.A word of warning: natural oils (like coconut oil) and oil-based lubes may have the right consistency, but they can erode latex, which is why Sinclair says to avoid using coconut oil or almond oil when using condoms. If you're using sex toys, she also suggests avoiding silicone-based lubes with sex toys. "Using silicone lube on a silicone sex toy can cause bending, warping, and the ruin of a toy," says Sinclair "Use a high-quality, water-based lubricant instead."
Step 1: When thinking about your behind, every bottom (and top) should keep three areas in mind: the surrounding skin of the hole, the external sphincter (or the rim of the hole), and the internal sphincter (and beyond). Each of these areas needs to be coated properly with lube to ensure a fun time for both parties, while also lowering the risk for injury. The best way to make sure you’re lubed up entirely is to actually start with a dilator or another toy either before your top comes over or as part of foreplay. Start with putting a big pump or squirt of lube on your hole with your fingers (nails clipped!) or the toy itself. Then, insert a well-lubed finger or two or start with the smallest dilator just to coat that outer and inner rim (remember we want everything coated with lube).THE REVIEW: As one person writes, "By far the best anal lube we’ve used to date. Water-based yet still viscous enough to use for longer running anal play. A little goes a long way."
There aren't many hard and fast rules in the bedroom, but when it comes to anal sex, there is at least one: Using lube is an absolute must. This oil-based lube is made with coconut oil and organic silicone, so it will last a ridiculously long time without reapplication. Because it's oil-based, it's not suitable for use with latex or polyisoprene condoms, but you can use it with your silicone-based toys, which is a major win. Also important: There's also a water-based spin-off formula if you dig the idea but want something usable with latex condoms.
blindkill so 13 inch toy seems huge lol... puts my regular old 8 and 9 inch ones to shame for sure. I didn’t realize everyone didn’t get to this place honestly till last year, or even what it was called. My first time with a guy, he was rather big and during the night I felt what I called the pop... that was it. I can get to and in with my toys... granted it legit takes every bit I prob need a bigger one just for safety. For me, when I reach it I feel the pressure, similar to when I first start with the toy it’s just on the inside. Then there’s the resistance... that’s when you gotta start moving it around a bit to just find an angle that works... The best for me is angled a bit up (towards stomach). Take your time and pain is not good... but there is nerves there again like at the entrance and the sensation of getting to and past it can be intense and amazing. This water-based lube is made without parabens for a more ~natural~ experience, and the simple pump top makes it *so* easy to dispense (though it also comes in a smaller, travel-friendly version). Plus, you don't have to worry about clean up, because this formula won't stain your stuff. And though this formula is relatively simple and non-allergenic, it does contain glycerin, so it's not a great choice for vulvas. When we’re talking lube, we mean the real stuff—silicone or water-based lube—not spit. Saliva actually dries out your skin, making it less elastic.