Types and how to use Lubricants during sex
…Continued from last week!
Majority of lubricants are reasonable in terms of price, and a little goes a long way. Less is more, is not the rule of thumb here. Use lube liberally and try the options below to max out your lube experience.
Another thing lube does is that, it helps you have safer sex. Personal lubricants intensify sensations and also prevent infections and even an unplanned pregnancy. “Lube reduces the friction of condoms, making them less likely to break, and it reduces microscopic tears through which STI pathogens could enter the body.”
When it has to do with hand jobs, lube is your best bet. Smear a few drops on your hands and put some on your guy’s penis including interlacing your lubed fingers before you start. That which you can do with your mouth, you can do with your hands with the use of lube as your hands are more flexible and dexterous.
Makes mutual and solo masturbation feel even more amazing and sexier- whether your significant other is away, and you need some sexual relief or you’re single and self-love is your preferred form of self-care, invite lube to your masturbation party. It reduces the drag of your hand, or sex toy against the sensitive skin of your vulva, clitoris, and vagina. Glide your fingers across these nerve-rich areas smoothly, and experience deeper pleasure and more mind-blowing orgasms.
There is a lot you can do when it comes to sex toys; smearing on them, roll a lubed-up bullet vibe over the skin or across the vulva. Try it in shower since it’s possible for your natural juice to be washed away.
Get it done with a blow job – a few drops of lube on your hands, then slowly and gently massage his balls. Play with the balls while giving him a blow job and you can even breathe warm air gently over the wet path you have created. This sends a sensual message when done on your mate’s back, thigh, inner legs before going down on them. This really is the way to ramp up things during foreplay.
There is really no wrong way to use lube. “Like all things sexual, use lube in whatever way feels good for you.” Fumbling with lubricants in the heat of the moment can be a buzz kill. So, in case you really don’t know when to use it, you can start with foreplay. Have your spouse coat his or her fingers in a warm lube and rub them over your nipples, then down to your belly and to your vulva. For that extra amazing feeling, apply smooth lube on his penis before putting the condom in place (one big complaint of condom is that, it can take some of the pleasurable feeling out of sex).
A drop of lube will do the opposite. Although there is a small increase in the chances of condom slippage, it’s still okay to try it as a drop or two of lubricant in the tip of the condom can heighten sensation for better sex.
Take the fingering of your lover to top notch – lubricate your fingers and cross them, then slide gently into the vaginal, you slowly rotate them. Use your thumb to work her clitoris for explosive orgasm.
Some types of lube are better than others, a recent CalExotics survey, 64% of respondents said that they use personal lubricant that’s meant for sex, while 19% rely on household products like coconut oil and 17% use spit- not a great substitute because it can dry out quickly. Although coconut oil has earned a rep as a super slick natural lube and some ob-gyns endorse it, but it should never be used with condoms, since the oil might break down latex and put you at risk for an STI or unplanned pregnancy.
Using lubricant can become second nature if you focus on your own pleasure! Be sure to buy from a pharmacy/online.