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Penis Health: Deciding on the best Lubricants
Having lubricant around for partner-based and solo sex is a great idea. Excessive friction from
masturbation and sex can eventually result in a partial de-sensitization of your penis, something
impedes on a man's capability to enjoy sexual activities. In the interest of maintaining proper
penile health, then, men should lube up. But where would you start? There are a number of adam
& eve masturbator lube out there, and lots of around-the-house products that men may be
tempted to try out with the aim. The following guide can help men determine when you use
some types of lubricant and which types of avoid.
Shampoo: No. Don't masturbate with shampoo or conditioner. These items usually are too harsh
to the delicate penis skin, and will cause dryness and irritation.
Soap: No at the same time, but for the same reasons that shampoo just isn't advised as lube for
masturbation (or sex!).
Lotions: Most males have a container or a pair of body lotion available, and could try to arrive at
for just one if it's time for it to crank one out. This might figure out fine, but not the constituents
in body lotions - including chemicals or fragrances - could be too harsh to the penile skin.
Irritation may result. Generally, it is a good plan to choose a product created specifically when it
comes to sexual lubrication.
Water-based products: These are the basic most popular forms of lubricants on the market.
They're compatible with adult novelties of varied materials and, importantly, with latex
condoms. Water-based lubes are often great for partner sex, but be aware of the ingredient
glycerin; this may promote vaginal infections. Water-based lubes may normally dry out quicker
than other styles and require reapplication more often. These are, however, cheap, and just wash
off clothing and bedding.
Oil-based products: Products such as Vaseline, baby oil, coconut oil and vitamin e antioxidant
oil are super slick and tend to really feel nice on the penis. However, they can not be used
together with latex condoms, as oils often breakdown the pad. When used with out a condom or
with a different material, they will often promote infections in women prone to them. These
items are messy and hard to scrub off, and are therefore not ideal for partner sex. Men might
prefer them for solo play. Just keep at heart why these greasy products may clog pores, so men
prone to acne may wish to stay away from them.
Silicone-based products: They last longer than water-based ones and could be used with latex
condoms. However, they mustn't be in combination with adult novelties which can be created
from silicone. This sort of lube is more epensive than water-based lube plus much more difficult
to clean off. Some women notice a notable a reaction to silicone-based lubes, so a product or
service must be tested with a small area before slathering it on for partner sex.