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Water-Based Lubricants


Water-based lubricants are easy-to-use. They are also sex-toy friendly, which means they are entirely compatible with silicone, latex toys & condoms. These water-based lubricants are perfect for enhancing sexual pleasure. It's also worth noting that water-based lubes don't contain any oils, so they are quick & easy to clean up after sex and don't leave stains on fabric - which is fabulous!




We all know that lubricant is a key ingredient for great sex. Oh yes! And, you may think your body is doing a perfect job on its own (thank you very much!) but you'd be surprised at the enhanced sensation that lube provides.

Water-based products also wash off very easily, which makes them the best choice if you're looking for an easy and convenient lube. However, they aren't designed for sex in the bath or shower. (If you're looking for a lube that's great for shower play, then we suggest buying a silicone-based lubricant, which is ideal for water play and aquatic adventures!)

Why do silicone-based lubricants last longer than water-based lubes? Here's the scientific answer: silicone molecules are too large for the skin to absorb, so the lube stays slippery for much longer, meaning you don't need to apply it as often.

Quality lubricants are an essential addition to any fabulous sex life! They provide pleasure and ease to any sexual experience or adventure. Different textures and types of lubricant can provide a range of differing sensations.

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