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Lube is a colloquial term given to personal lubricants. Lube is defined as a specialized personal lubricant used to reduce friction during human sexual acts such as copulation and masturbation. Personal lubricants differ from surgical lubricants, both in the chemical synthesis and their functionality.

On the basis of composition, lube can be characterized into 5 major classifications: water-based, oil-based, silicone-based, vaginal and anal-specific.

Lube has a wide range of uses, and most commonly used for specific areas such as sexual activity, masturbation, and medicinal purposes.

Why lube is essential for women?

The use of lube enables comfortable intercourse for women, who is more prone to vaginal dryness, which is a very common problem that may originate from a variety of factors such declining estrogen levels at menopause, emotional breakdowns, or medications. It is useful for those women who do not moisten naturally when aroused. Lube works perfectly without condoms, and thus, it gives protection against STDs (a.k.a. sexually transmitted diseases).

How safe are lubricants?

Various studies have underlined the adverse effects of lube on human health. It has been stressed that the long-term of lube may cause STDs. However, it is hard to find out the direct effects of sexual lubricants in the form of any type of infection. Secondly, lube products underscore the significance of using condoms, which in turn, certainly reduces the risks of STDs, while having intercourse with a partner other than your monogamous partner. But, especially for the women, who already have got the vaginal infection by lube usage, it is extremely recommended to stop using it, and look for some other choices, or go without any such personal lubricants.

Don’t buy anything, be picky!

For the safe and healthy sexual life, you must have to make sure that you’ve chosen a body-safe lube (personal lubricants) for your use. It prevents both men and women against STDs which can occur due to infections. Taking precautions depending upon the type of lube you need to use is the second most important task while applying it.  

Things you need to avoid while buying lube

When you’re out to buy lube, you can be doomed sometimes in an ocean of different products, such as flavored, natural, warming, and tingling. One the one hand, this lube can be fun, on the other hand, it can be disastrous if you pick the wrong ones.

Most importantly, check the value of the products using litmus strips (recall your high school chemistry lab experiments). Sometimes, the value of the product labeled on the container may deviate from the actual one, it’s because fake products are still occupying some markets. Make sure that the value lies in the range of 3.5-4.5, which is approximately the required range recommended for a healthy vagina. Secondly, never forget to pay attention to the enlisted products.  There are a few names that everyone should avoid using: glycerin, nonoxynol-9, petroleum, propylene glycol, chlorhexidine gluconate, etc. While using condoms and sex toys, latex, rubber, and plastic-friendly lubes would be good to go. 


Go forth, lube up, and take your sex to the next level. Above all these, visit our official website and place you order for whatever you need.