Lubricants can be used in a variety of ways. The first thing that I look at when assessing the practical value of a given lubricant is its list of ingredients. If it contains glycerin, then you can be quite sure that the product will not be going anywhere near my vulva or my sex toys. That doesn’t mean that I dismiss it completely, however. It will still be useful for hand jobs, foot jobs, or even armpit or tit wanks if I’m in an exotic mood.
Beginner’s Guide to Sexual Lubricants
Sex should be all fun, orgasmic and it should definitely leave you happy. Sex has a lot of benefits such as relieving stress, it is the best exercise for your body and heart, it balances your testosterone or estrogen levels plus it also lowers your blood pressure. We could go on and on about the various benefits of sex but then we would miss out on your guide to sexual lubricants which is why you are here!
The Sticky World of Lubricants: “Made with natural ingredients.” I read once in large letters on the packaging of lubricant from a brand that I won’t mention. After reading the list of ingredients, however, I discovered that apart from Aloe Vera extract, the remainder of the ingredients list consisted of substances with long and unpronounceable names. I doubted that they were natural.