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Do It Yourself (DIY) Lube!
Personal lubricant - Wikipedia
Personal lubricants colloquially termed lube are specialized lubricants used during human sexual acts such as intercourse and masturbation to reduce friction to or between the penis and vagina , anus or other body parts or applied to sex toys to reduce friction or to ease penetration. Surgical or medical lubricants or gels, which are similar to personal lubricants but not usually referred to or labelled as "personal" lubricants, may be used for medical purposes such as speculum insertion or introduction of a catheter. The primary difference between personal and surgical lubricants is that surgical lubricants are thicker, sterile gels, typically containing a bacteriostatic agent. Water-based personal lubricants are water- soluble and are the most widely used personal lubricants. The earliest water-based lubricants were cellulose ether or glycerin solutions. Products available today may have various agents added for even dispersal, moisture retention, and resistance to contamination. The viscosity of these products can be altered by adjusting their water content and concentration of cellulose or other gel-forming hydrophilic ingredient.
What are some everyday things that can be found in a house that can be used as lube and dildo. I don't have the courage to go in to a sex shop. I'm a guy so it would look weird,btw I live in an apartment so I can't really hide it from my parents.
Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. While we all might be curious about the best plunger or probiotic tampon or cold-sore remedy , it can be difficult to discuss these more personal items. To help you find the best lube for you and your sex life without having to buy and test dozens of bottles and tubes and packets of the stuff, I talked with employees at adult retailers and sex educators, advocates, and therapists to find the best lubes to keep in your bedside drawer or wherever else you might want to put them. Carolanne Marcantonio , a Brooklyn-based sex therapist and licensed master social worker, recommends Gun Oil.