The Best Lubes to Use With Your Fleshlight

The Best Lubes to Use With Your Fleshlight
by Kayla Lords Kayla Lords

The fastest and easiest way to make your Fleshlight feel amazing is to pair it with a good lubricant. But which one should you choose? Always start with a formula that’s safe to use for both your stroker and your skin. After that, it’s about finding what feels best when you want to get yourself off.

Here are three of the best lubes to use with your Fleshlight.

Water-Based Lubricant

Water-Based LubricantThe safest lube to use with any sex toy, including your Fleshlight, is a water-based lube. Its gentler on the Super Skin material the sleeve is made from, allowing it to stay soft and supple longer. Trying to masturbate without any lube at all can wear out your Fleshlight and cause painful friction on your shaft. Other lube formulas aren’t recommended for Fleshlight strokers — like silicone or oil-based lubricants. The chemicals used can cause it to break down over time.

Fleshlight Water is Fleshlight’s own brand of water-based lubricant, but any lube that feels good on your skin will work. Beyond keeping your stroker in tact for as long as possible, there are other benefits to water-based lube:

  • Washes off easily.
  • Doesn’t stain clothing or sheets
  • Often hypoallergenic and good for sensitive skin (read the ingredients to be sure)
  • Works with all sex toys so you only need one type

The downside to water-based lube is that is needs to be re-applied while you play as it can dry up after a while. If you’re masturbating for a long time and it stops feeling as good as it did at the start, add more lube.

Warming Lubricant

Warming LubricantWarming lube, one of two popular types of sensation lubricant, offers the slippery wet feeling you expect from a water-based lube but with something a little extra — heat. Every formula is a little different from brand to brand. Some provide a gentle warming while others can make you feel like you’re on fire, in a good way.

Fleshlight Fire is perfect for your Fleshlight. Used alone, it can make your stroker feel more like a hot, willing partner in your bed. Used with a partner, and you turn the heat on an already steamy moment. Some people prefer the warming lube over a sleeve warmer.

In any warming lubricant you choose, ingredients are important. Fleshlight Fire’s ingredients are fairly simple: Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Honey Extract. It’s hypoallergenic, gentle on the skin, and paraben free. Any warming lube should be tried on your arm or leg before you slather it all over your penis, just in case you have a bad reaction or you discover “warming” isn’t your preferred sensation. Better to know from a skin test than because you dipped your junk in it.

Tingling/Icy Lubricant

Tingling/Icy LubricantThe other sensation lube is known as tingling or icy, depending on who you ask. Typically it’s made with menthol or some other ingredient that creates a unique cold feeling on the skin. It’s meant to be a bit extreme, almost overwhelming, in a good way. And if you think a skin test is important with warming, wait until you try tingling lube. Some people really don’t like a cold, sharp feeling on their most sensitive parts, so test before you coat yourself in it.

Fleshlight Ice, the perfect lube if you want to cool things down, is made specifically to use with your Fleshlight. It’s water-based, hypoallergenic, paraben-free, and gentle on the skin. As always, read the ingredients list to avoid any interaction with known allergens you may have: Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Lonicera Caprifolium (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract, Polysorbate 80, Menthol, Methyl Lactate, Cellulose Gum, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate.

If you love the rush of a burst of cold (like running an ice cube down your skin), icy and tingling lubes might be the thing to try. When paired with your favorite Fleshlight, you’ll definitely have a brand new experience you won’t be able to stop thinking about later. Sensation lubes like Fleshlight Ice are the extreme sports of masturbation. How much can you handle, and how far will you go for pleasure?

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Conclusion

Any water-based lubricant pairs well with your favorite Fleshlight. If you’ve already got a favorite you use all the time, keep at it. But if you’re looking for a new experience, try a warming or icy option. And, when you run out of regular lube, give the Fleshlight versions a try. They’re made specifically for your stroker meaning you may have an even better time and orgasm when you use them together.

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Kayla Lords Written by Kayla Lords.
Kayla is a freelancer writer, sex blogger, and podcaster who love and lives the kink life. Find her on Twitter or on our blog.

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