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Choosing Lubricants

Men and women both prefer some sort of lubricant when massaging their genitals, but it's best to use water-based lubricants on women’s genitals to avoid encouraging vaginal infections. For all other parts of a woman’s anatomy, and for men anywhere on their bodies, you can use any lubricant, including oil-based, water-based, or silicon based lubricants. For genital massage on men, or for massage elsewhere on a man or woman's body, you can purchase special massage oils at massage supply shops (preferably made with essential oils, not chemical perfume scents), or else just use a light vegetable oil (such as Safflower, Sunflower, or grapeseed) from the supermarket and add your own essential oils to create a scent you prefer.

Water based lubricants are safe with condoms and wash off easily. They tend to get very sticky as they dry out, but can be refreshed with a bit of water. Three common brands are Astro Glide, Wet and K-Y Jelly.

Astro Glide: While many other lubricants are more like syrup or Vaseline, this lube is light yet maintains lubrication. Astro Glide is water based and water-soluble and is condom compatible. This petroleum free lubrication mimics the body's own lubricating fluids, is non-staining and tasteless.

K-Y Jelly is a Johnson & Johnson product that is greaseless, water soluble and bacteriostatic. This is an ideal all around lubricant widely used in Gynecology and hospital procedures.

Wet Original contains Nonoxynol-9, Aloe Vera, and Vitamin E. This is the number one selling water based formula in Europe, Australia, The Orient, South America, Canada, and the United States. Nonoxynol-9 is a mild chemical detergent that kills sperm and has been found to also kill some STD causing organisms. Some experts believe nonoxynol-9 may kill the AIDS virus. However some men and woman have a sensitivity or allergic reaction to nonoxynol-9 that may irritate the delicate tissues of the vagina or the male urethra. If irritation occurs, you should discontinue use. Wet Light is a thinner, lighter water based formula for sensitive skin and does not contain nonoxynol-9. Both are water based and safe for condoms.

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