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Perhaps nothing is more important to ensure the best possible erotic experience than the right personal lubricant. There are an endless amount of lubricants and formulas to choose from, which can seem overwhelming. Narrowing down options to suit your personal preferences is the most appropriate way to select the right lube for your solo or partner activity. While lubricant may be required for the optimal sexual experience, its function goes far beyond vaginal and anal intercourse. For couples experimenting with various levels of anal play, the right lube is essential -- not just for pleasure, but also for safety and health reasons. It is recommended that lubricant be used with sex toys, and the larger the toy, the more important it is to continuously apply the correct amount of lube. Lubricant isn’t just functional however, it can also spice up foreplay and sexual intercourse in a major way. Many lubricants are intended for use during oral sex, and these are often available in a wide range of flavors that are as tasty as they are titillating.
Due to the fact that lubricant is in direct contact with intimate, sensitive areas such as the vagina, mouth and anus, safety is absolutely key. Reviewing the ingredient list is a must before investing in a lubricant, especially when it comes to allergies. Organic lubricants are recommended if you are looking for a natural, hassle-free option. Lubricants are commonly water, oil, or silicone-based, which is imperative to note when using in tandem with a sex toy. Silicone lubes are latex safe, however they should not be paired with particular materials as they can break down the material over time. Silicone lube will provide a more sticky feel, ideal for anal play, and will go the distance when it comes to a long-lasting formula. Water-based lubricants are the most common lubricants for sale on the market -- non-tacky, easy to clean, and providing a safe experience with sex toys and contraceptives. A very important fact about oil-based lubricants is that they may cause a condom to tear or break, so play with caution.