Sunday, 16 Jun 2024

Cirilla’s Lube Guide: “The Wetter It Is, The Better It Is!”

We lubricate ourselves when we are sexually stimulated. Any lube’s main purpose is to reduce friction between the vagina and the penis. Our natural lubrication sometimes struggles to keep up with the duration of our sessions as a result of the range of sexual acts we engage in. Therefore, lubrication is a great complement to solo, handyman, and partnered sex, and we all agree that wetter is better!

Like rainbows, lube is available in a variety of colors, flavors, and varieties at Cirilla’s adult toy shop. Each of the three types of lubricants—water, silicone, and oil—has advantages of their own. When looking for lubrication, there are a few things to bear in mind, though:

Water Based Lube Water-based lubes that are condom-friendly are great! They can closely resemble your own lubrication and are available in almost every retailer, including Cirilla’s. We advise that you sample flavor-based lubes before using them for oral sex because they are primarily water-based. In Cirilla establishments, small trial packs of lube—both flavored and plain—are frequently offered. Think of it like a bunch of candies: purchase a few and see what you like! Additionally, refrain from using scented lubricants during vaginal sex because they can cause a yeast infection. You’re feeding yeast in your vagina sugar because it likes it. Use a water-based lubrication if you enjoy inside play.

Oil-Based Lubricant Oil-based lubricants have an advantage over water-based lubricants in that they can remain wetter for a lot longer. The drawback is that using oil-based lubes with latex condoms runs the risk of condom rupture and breakage, which is bad. We advise leaving the oil for massages and utilizing water- or silicone-based lubes for sex sessions.

Silicone lubricant is good for prolonged play and anal since it does not dry out as quickly as water-based lubricant, but the flavor can be unpleasant and cleanup can take some time. Despite being compatible with latex, it shouldn’t be used with a silicone sex toy. If you mix the two, your toy will become sticky, and no one likes a sticky dildo.

Final Reflections

Make sure you’re fully lubed up whether you’re doing it alone or with a partner. Put a few drops inside the condom before placing it on your partner for a better sensation, or use a warming lubricant to maintain the heat. If you start to feel a little dry during the celebration, stop and add some more lubrication. There are countless alternatives.