Use the Right Lubricant to Make Your Vibrator More Enjoyable

Use the Right Lubricant to Make Your Vibrator More Enjoyable

If you’ve decided to buy a vibrator to turn up the sizzle in the bedroom you’ve made a smart decision! In reality, when you purchase a vibrator for yourself, or you are enjoying one with your partner it can often lead to more sex.

Most women find orgasms take a specific amount of time and energy, even when they feel sexual desire, and vibrators can be a big help. Sometimes you can run into vaginal dryness, so you will need to use some lubricant. So, which type of lubricant will make using the vibrator more enjoyable? Let’s look deeper into what types of lubricants are available and how they will increase the pleasure of using your vibrator.

Different Types of Lubricants

Natural Lubricants Smooth and Slick Water Based Lubricant 8 oz

These types of lubricants are hypoallergenic, water-based and more of a natural choice. They are also PH balanced so they are friendly to a woman’s body, and will not cause yeast infections. There is an assortment of natural lubricants available and a favorite among many users is Smooth and Slick.

Warming Lubricants 

These are almost always water-based (rarely silicon-based and never oil-based). Be sure to read the product specifications as you will want a water-based warming lubricant for use with a vibrator. These lubes warm up with use and make the vagina tingle. Favorites include Climate Bursts, Hot Pink, ID Pleasure, Wonderland, and Coco Licious.

Hot pink lube 1.7 oz pump bottleFlavored Lubricants 

Always water-based, flavored lubricants can bring the action alive with yourself or your partner. Be sure to wash thoroughly after using these lubricants because since they are flavored, they will typically contain sweeteners, which could cause a yeast infection.

Silicon-Based Lubricants 

Silicon-based lubricants should not be used with toys, so don’t consider these for vibrator play. They can be used with condoms.

Oil-Based Lubricants

Just as with silicon-based lubricants, oil-based lubricants should never be used with toys. Neither should they be used with condoms.

Jack and Jill Adult Store

At Jack and Jill Adult Store, we’re all about improving and enhancing our customers’ sex lives. As you can see, there are quite a few different options when it comes to lubricants. Be sure to select a water-based lube for use with your vibrator and other sex toys. Whatever water-based lubricant you choose for your special time with your vibrator either by yourself or with your partner, using a vibrator can be a fun way to make a deeper connection and enjoy great orgasms.

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