The Best Lube for 2021 – Why You Need Them and How to Use Them – SinParty Blog

The Best Lube for 2021 – Why You Need Them and How to Use Them – SinParty Blog

Why you need lube and which one to choose

Wet ‘n’ wild. Hot ‘n’ steamy. Dripping wet pussy. Everyone knows the best sex needs to be silky smooth and sexual lubricant, or lube is how to guarantee it.

Lube makes sure that everything slides around nicely and eliminates friction. Basically, things go into a pussy or ass much better with lube in play.

If you’re not sure when to use lube or get confused with all the options out there, fear not! We’re going to delve into:

  • When you should be using lube
  • Different types of lubes
  • Some of the best lubes you can buy
  • What to avoid when buying lube

So you can be the gliding expert.

Why do I need lube?

Has anyone ever tried to go up you ass without the right prep?

Pushing a dick, finger, or sex toy into any part of your body that’s dry ain’t a nice experience.

Enter; lube.

It’s not just for anal though. No, no, no.

Use lube whenever you’re going to have sex, whether for your own fun or for filming content. It works perfectly for:

  • Anal
  • Vaginal
  • Masturbation

Making the whole sexual experience even more fun.

Still not sure? In a survey of over 2,400 women, 70 percent of them said lube made sex better.

As well as feeling nicer, it should stop vaginal or anal tearing – an issue that size queens know all too well. This doesn’t necessarily mean you bleed a whole bunch, but it can cause micro tears that can increase risk of infections.

Lube vs spit

We all know about slobbery blowjobs and that the make great content. Whilst your spit and saliva is hot and sexy and gets men going, it’s not going to keep a pussy or ass wet once inserted.

Try this: dab a little spit on your arm. Wait about a minute. Spit still there? Thought not. If it dries that quick on your arm, think how dry your holes are going to get.

Spit can be sexy, but it’s no replacement for good ol’ lube.

What type of lube do I need?

There are three main types of lube, plus a couple of subcategories if you’re really into your lubed-up action. Here, we’ve got the facts you need to know plus our recommendation for the best lubes of 2021 for sex or content.

Water-based lubes

Water-based lube is the Jack of all trades – it’ll work for about sexual use you can think of. This includes being safe to use with latex and non-latex condoms and not causing any damage to your silicone dildos.

Another major plus for whipping out the water-based lube is that it’s super easy to clean up. You shouldn’t experience any stained sheets after a lube-using session.

KY Jelly is the classic of the genre. It was first used by medical professionals and crossed over into hot sex.  

ky jelly lube
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Looking for something a little less clinical? Sliquid H20 lube comes in a non-sexual bottle but makes sex oh-so-slidey. It also avoids the bad stuff that we’re going to look at in a moment.

sliquid water based lube
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Oil-based lubes

Sex plus oil can be a kink or fetish that you may get asked to cater for in your custom videos. It’s also just damn good sex; you’re unlikely to need to top it up at all.

You can choose to use actual oils, like baby oil or coconut oil, or choose a specifically designed lube.

Watch out for getting it on clothes and sheets, oils can and will stain. If you’re using oil or oil-based lube in your bedroom, put a plastic sheet under your bedsheets so your mattress doesn’t get damaged.

It’s also super important to note that oils and oil-based lube can degrade and cause breaks in condoms. Don’t use this type of lube with latex condoms.

Made from sunflower, argan, coconut, and castor oils, Astroglide O Essential Oil Based Personal Lubricant and Massage Oil is our go-to oil-based lube. Start with a sexy as hell massage before getting down to business.

astroglide oil lube
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Silicone-based lubes

Smooth like silk, no matter how hard you fuck. Silicone-based lube is a delight and, honestly, more people need to know how delightful it is.

It’s not wet, it’s as smooth as a pussy two days after a wax. This lube can be a game-changer, and it lasts for ages with just a small blob so you shouldn’t need to interrupt the action too often to reapply – making it a popular choice for professional porn.

Warning! Don’t use silicone lubes with silicone or silicone-mix sex toys. It will cause damage to the surface of your toys which can harbor bacteria which you don’t want in your vagina.

Überlube Luxury Lubricant is really rather nice and isn’t at all sticky, the perfect silicone lube.

silicone based lube
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Flavored lube

Any type of lube can be flavored and there are all kinds of tastes catered for – bacon, pumpkin spice, something a little fruity?

The people watching your content probably don’t care about the tastes your getting, but it might make giving a blowjob a little nicer or help introduce your partner to pussy licking or rimming.

Temperature or warming lube

Temperature play is something you might come across when experimenting with your partner. This type of lube will usually have mint or the active ingredient of peppers or chilis in it to give you a warm tingle.

As well as feeling pleasant for some people, the warmth will bring blood to the area and more blood means harder dicks and more sensitives clits. Everyone’s a winner!

What should I avoid when buying lube?

There are a few ingredients that aren’t good for you and your sexy bits. Luckily, most online and instore sex shops won’t stock anything that can’t safely be used for sex. It’s worth knowing what to look out for though:

  • Glycerin is a type of sugar that you don’t want in your ass or vagina – sugar can increase your chances of yeast infections.
  • Parabens are preservatives that don’t work well with sensitive skin.
  • Alcohol will dry everything out, defeating the object of using lube in the first place.
  • Petroleum can capture bacteria and have it sitting up inside you, which is all kinds of infection. Avoid Vaseline.
  • Butter – if you’ve not seen Last Tango in Paris, you’re probably thinking “ewwww”. Avoid using butter as lube for the same reason you’d not use petroleum jelly.

What’s the best lube?

It’ll all depend on the sex you want and the extras you’re using in your sex or your content production. Water-based lube is a standard, but silicone-based is a very nice sensation – avoid silicone toys though.

Oil-based lube is messy – not always a bad thing – and will stain stuff, so plan your oily session ahead.

If you’re not sure if you’ll have an allergic reaction to your new lube, do a patch test on the inside of your elbow. This is the most sensitive exposed skin we’ve got – you’ll know fast if the lube isn’t right for you.

Happy slippy slidey, wet and wild sex times!

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