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Personal Lubricants

Personal lubricants are designed to help reduce friction during sexual intercourse. Water-based lubricants are the most widely available. Silicone-based lubricants do not absorb into the skin, stay slippery longer and typically do not cause allergic reactions or skin irritations. Only water-based lubricants and certain brands of silicone-based lubrication are safe to use with latex condoms.

Silicone-Based Lubricants
Silicone-based lubricants are safe to use with condoms. Because they are water-soluble, silicone lubrications do not dry up like water-based lubricants, and they can be used in the water. Learn more about this type of lubrication as well as some silicone-based lubricants to worth considering.

Wet Gellee
Wet Gellee is a sugar-free, stain-free, and non-sticky jelly lubricant. It's available in two formulas: Wet Original Gellee and Kiwi Strawberry Gellee.

Write a Review: Wet Naturals Beautifully Bare Body Glide
Wet Naturals Beautifully Bare is an enriched body glide personal lubricant for women. It is a water lubricant that is both paraben free and glycerin free. This water-based lubricant is safe to use with condoms and is formulated especially for women by women.

Have You Tried: Astroglide Water Based Personal Lubricant ?
Guide Review: Astroglide personal lubricant continues to be one of the best selling water-based personal lubricants on the market. This long-lasting lubricant has a slippery thin consistency and acts as a moisturizer for vaginal dryness. Astroglide formulas include: glycerin and paraben-free, all-natural, Astroglide Warming and flavored Sensual...

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