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Personal lubricants are designed to provide moisture to decrease friction between toys and people, between people and people and even between toys and toys. We recommend using a lube with all of the sex toys we carry. Vibrators, dildos, anal toys and men's masturbation toys do not lubricate themselves and adding lubricant to any of these toys is sure to increase enjoyment.

Here are some things to consider when choosing a personal lubricant:
water based or silicone based lubricant?
ingredients & allergies
consistency
Water Based versus Silicone Based Personal Lubricants
The vast majority of lube is water based, although this is changing. traditionally water based lubricants have been recommended as they are condom compatible, won't harm rubber toys, and flush out of the body easily. our most popular lubricants, astroglide paraben-free, hathor and good clean love, are all water based and paraben-free.
The main drawback to water based lubricants is that they dry up. when they do, they usually feel a bit sticky on your skin. liquid silk and boy butter h20 are notable exceptions because they never get sticky.
While many people are unaware of it, most lubricated condoms use a silicone lube.silicone lube is ideal in that it never dries up (there's no water in it, so no evaporation). it feels very much like an oil, but it is safe to use with condoms.
Other benefits of silicone lubricant are that you can use it in water and because it does not absorb in the skin, it is considered hypoallergenic and people may be less likely to react to using it.
Silicone lube should never be used with silicone toys.
Reacting to Ingredients in Personal Lubricants
There is no way for us to guarantee that you won't react to a particular product. For this reason, once you've narrowed your choice down, we suggest getting a small bottle, or our lubricant sampler to start with. There tend to be three main concerns customers have about reacting to our lubes:
Lubricants with glycerin and yeast infections
Sensitive skin or allergic reactions to lube
Avoiding lubricants with parabens
Personal Lubricants and Yeast Infections
While there is no concrete evidence that lubes cause or promote yeast infections, for people with chronic yeast infections it does make sense to avoid anything that might encourage one.
Most water-based lubes contain glycerin which is a ‘sugar alcohol' with a sweet taste and those who suspect that lubes cause yeast infections usually believe that glycerin is the culprit.
Some lubricants without glycerin include:
Slippery stuff
Hathor aphrodisia
Astroglide paraben & glycerin-free
Pink
Sensitive Skin or Allergic Reactions to Lube
It is impossible to say for sure whether you will or won't react to a lubricant if you have sensitive skin or allergies. Here are the lubricants we recommend:
Probe lubricant only has four ingredients and uses a natural preservative. but the preservative is grape fruit seed extract, so if you're allergic to citrus you may want to avoid it.
All of the ingredients in hathor aphrodisia lubricant are organically sourced and it Also uses a natural preservative
The silicone based eros contains no preservatives and because it doesn't absorb in the skin there is less of a chance of reacting.
Avoiding Parabens in Lubricant
Parabens are a group of chemicals widely used as preservatives in food and cosmetic and therapeutic products. Some parabens are also found at low levels in nature.
There has been some evidence that parabens have been associated with some forms of cancer, although the relationship between parabens and cancer has not been firmly established.
Lube Consistency
Lubricants come in everything from thin as water, to thick as jelly.
What consistency you choose can be based on a few considerations:
Thicker lube is usually easier for anal play. some people suggest it is also more comfortable as it provides an extra 'cushion'.
Thicker lubes can be easier to use with sex toys. because they stay where you put them, they are less likely to slip right off a toy.
Some of the thinner lubricants may feel 'cleaner' and less apparent. if you're looking for a lube that will just enhance regular lubrication, without adding a lot extra, you may want to stick with a thinner lube.

Personal lubricants are designed to provide moisture to decrease friction between toys and people, between people and people and even between toys and toys. We recommend using a lube with all of the sex toys we carry. Vibrators, dildos, anal toys and men's masturbation toys do not lubricate themselves and adding lubricant to any of these toys is sure to increase enjoyment.

Bed Time Toys offers a few brands, Boy Butter, Swiss Navy, Lelo, Eros, Wet, System JO, ForPlay, Astroglide, Vie Products, etc.

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  • Water-Based lubricants are water soluble and easily absorbed. They come in different levels of viscosity, flavours and scents. Washes clean easily with water.
  • Compatible with toys made of all materials.
 
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  • The major benefit of using silicone-based lubricants is that they stay slick for longer periods of time. They do not break down in water, which means that they're the lubricant of choice when it comes to intimate activities involving water (i.e. showers, baths, swimming pools, hot tubs, etc).
  • May not be compatible with all toy materials (i.e. Silicone, UR3, Fleshlight).
 
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  • Hybrid lubricants are just that - a mix of silicone and water-based. These lubricants provide the long-lasting moisture of silicone lubricants with the easy clean-up of water-based lubriants.
  • May not be compatible with all toy materials (i.e. Silicone, UR3, Fleshlight)
 
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  • Designed to add warmth when applied to any part of the body. The sensation is usually enhanced when the area is touched or blown on. Warming lubricants are great for massages too!
  • Warming lubricants are water soluble formulas (water-based)
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  • A great alternative to warming lubricants for those who are a bit more on the sensitive side. Designed to provide a cooling and tingling sensation on any part of the body, specifically heightened when touched or blown on.
  • Cooling and Warming lubricants are great when used together to intensify a couple's intimate experience.
  • Cooling lubricants are water soluble formulas (water-based)
 
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  • Typically, Anal lubricants are thicker in viscosity and designed especially for the enjoyment of anal sex. Some anal lubricants contain Benzocaine, a topical anesthetic which helps ease some of the discomforat associated with anal play.

 

Here are some things to consider when choosing a personal lubricant:

  • Water based or silicone based lubricant?
  • Ingredients & allergies
  • Consistency

Water Based versus Silicone Based Personal Lubricants

  • The vast majority of lubrciants are water based, although this is changing. traditionally water based lubricants have been recommended as they are condom compatible, won't harm rubber toys, and flush out of the body easily. our most popular lubricants, astroglide paraben-free, hathor and good clean love, are all water based and paraben-free.
  • The main drawback to water based lubricants is that they dry up, when they do they usually feel a bit sticky on your skin. 
  • While many people are unaware of it, most lubricated condoms use a silicone lubricant. Silicone lube is ideal in that it never dries up (there's no water in it, so no evaporation). It feels very much like an oil, but it is safe to use with condoms.
  • Other benefits of silicone lubricant are that you can use it in water and because it does not absorb in the skin, it is considered hypoallergenic and people may be less likely to react to using it.
  • Silicone lubricant should never be used with silicone toys.

Reacting to Ingredients in Personal Lubricants

There is no way for us to guarantee that you won't react to a particular product. For this reason, once you've narrowed your choice down, we suggest getting a small bottle, or our lubricant sampler to start with. There tend to be three main concerns customers have about reacting to our lubricants:

  • Lubricants with glycerin and yeast infections
  • Sensitive skin or allergic reactions to lubricant
  • Avoiding lubricants with parabens

Personal Lubricants and Yeast Infections

While there is no concrete evidence that lubes cause or promote yeast infections, for people with chronic yeast infections it does make sense to avoid anything that might encourage one.Most water-based lubes contain glycerin which is a ‘sugar alcohol' with a sweet taste and those who suspect that lubes cause yeast infections usually believe that glycerin is the culprit.

Sensitive Skin or Allergic Reactions to Lubricants

It is impossible to say for sure whether you will or won't react to a lubricant if you have sensitive skin or allergies. 

Lubricant Consistency

Lubricants come in everything from thin as water, to thick as jelly. What consistency you choose can be based on a few considerations:

  • Thicker lubricants are usually easier for anal play. Some people suggest it is also more comfortable as it provides an extra 'cushion'.
  • Thicker lubricants can be easier to use with sex toys, because they stay where you put them, they are less likely to slip right off a toy.
  • Some of the thinner lubricants may feel 'cleaner' and less apparent, if you're looking for a lubricant that will just enhance regular lubrication, without adding a lot extra, you may want to stick with a thinner lubricant.

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