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The Best And Safest Lubricants For Sexual Intercourse

While foreplay and sexual excitement can most often create natural lubrication, it can vary from person to person.

Your partner may or may not be as ready as they should, and this could make things painful, difficult and not as pleasurable as it can be.

This is where Lubricants can come in use.

A lubricant will not just make it less painful while you’re having sex, but most of these can also stimulate and help to arouse excitement and make it more pleasurable. Also, the feeling of heat or cool it produces can bring in a whole new dimension to sex.

Here are some of the most common and Safest types of lubricants you can choose from

Water based lubricants with glycerine

These are extremely common as water based lubricants with synthetic glycerine. It has a sweetish taste to it and is found in flavoured or warming lubricants. When using, add saliva or water if it starts to dry out. These are also the safest when using with a Latex Condom.

Water based lubricants without glycerine

For those who often get yeast infection, this is the safest choice. These contain glycerine derived from vegetable sources and do not trigger yeast infection. This type of lube will last longer than the one with glycerine and can also keep irritation at bay. It is very safe to be used with a latex condom and also less painful if you’re trying the anal stuff.

Using a lubricant can make sex less painful and more pleasurable for both
Using a lubricant can make sex less painful and more pleasurable for both

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Silicone lubricants

These will last longest out of all the types and is especially good for those who have vaginal dryness or pain in the genital area. The type of silicone used in sexual lubricants is considered safe and will not penetrate the layers of skin. These are also perfect for those who are prone to allergies, as they are hypoallergenic in nature.

Oil-based lubricants

Oil based lubricants may actually not be safe to be used with a latex condom, but is extremely safe when using with condoms that are made of polyisoprene, nitrile or olyurethane.

If you are not ready to try out these lubricants yet, why not try some ingredients from your kitchen that are safe and will also do the job? Olive oil and Vaseline are two options you can try, without any side effects.

Read Also: 5 Spices To Spice Up Your Sex Drive

DISCLAIMER: While we have taken steps to check the accuracy of information & practices shared here; it is not a replacement for a doctor’s opinion. it is important to first always check with your own doctor before trying any medication, practice or suggestion from this site.

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