How to Choose a sex Lubricant for Pleasure and Safety?

Sex lubricants is very important in sex, So as a factory, we also invest more attention to the safety and consumer’s feeling. Vaginal lubrication often occurs naturally during sexual excitement and arousal. Women vary in how much lubrication they produce and the amount of lubrication desired for pleasurable sexual activity — this variation is totally normal.

Reduced lubrication is very common and can be the result of hormonal changes in a woman’s body—during breastfeeding or perimenopause and postmenopause, for instance—or caused by medications such as antihistamines, hormonal forms of birth control, chemotherapy, and medications for ADHD and depression. Also, you may have decreased lubrication if you are dehydrated, or if you are not fully aroused.

Sex lubricants can be purchased online or at drugstores, many supermarkets, and sex-toy shops. Whether you are having vaginal sex with a partner or masturbating on your own, you may want to add lubrication to decrease painful friction in the vagina and/or anus. Enhance sexual arousal by stimulating the flow of blood to the vulva, which encourages your body to create some of its own lube. Lubricate the clitoris; this can create more sexual pleasure and an easier route to orgasm. Change taste during oral sex. Keep vaginal skin soft and help maintain elasticity of vaginal walls. If you have chronic pain, a lubricant containing lidocaine or benzocaine—numbing agents that can reduce vaginal, oral or anal pain—may be prescribed or recommended to you.

When it comes to choosing a sexual intimate lubricant, consider two things: your comfort and your safety. Comfort refers to your body pleasure; the amount and staying power of the lubricant can make a difference in how good the sexual activity feels, and whether the lubricant irritates your genitals. Safety refers to your health; oil-based lubricants cannot be used with latex condoms, as they can destroy the latex and cause condom failure.