In Ancient India :: young women inserted two circled stoned into vagina to train their vaginal muscles. In Japan - two vaginal beads from metal of ivory. Women should hold these vaginal beads in vagina, and do not let them drop out. This muscle game considered to be a special art in India. Japan geishas kept this skill for enthusiastic fiances and for special receptions. Improved, modern exercises for vaginal muscles were brought to France in 18 century from Far East. Frenchmen gave the name to these toys – pommes d'amour (love apples). They used these vaginal beads in courts. Today some vaginal beads are supplied with vibrating device. Women with enough trained vaginal muscled are recommended to use small heavy metal beads with smooth surface. Before and after using, vaginal beads are washed with hot water.
Water-based lubricants are :: often preferred for their cleanliness and in general they are the least irritating to body surfaces. The main feature of water based lubricants is that they are smooth and slick, but not sticky. As these lubricants are water-soluble, mucous membranes and skin absorb them. Water-based lubricants also have an advantage of being completely condom compatible unlike oil-based lubes which corrode latex. Popular water-based lubes are: Maximus, which is very long lasting lubricant. It is very popular for anal sex. Astroglide water-based lubricant is one of the most popular lube. It's nice, lick, and long-lasting. Astroglide is a great choice for those who have never even used lubricants.
The only lubricant you can :: use with latex condoms is water-based lubricant. Oil-based lubricants have oil in them that reacts with latex. Knowing ingredients is important to determine if you will have a bad reaction to a water based lubricant. There three types of ingredients people are most likely to react to: Preservatives and antiseptics. These are the ingredients which long names end with -parabens. People can and do react to these, and increased exposure to them increases the allergic reaction. Paraben-free water based lubricants include: Probe, Hathor Aphrodisia Glycerin. Many educated sex stores tell their customers who are prone to yeast infections to avoid lubricants with glycerin. While research hasn't been done on this yet, glycerin, is very sweet, and that sweetness could feed the yeast that is naturally occurring in a healthy vaginal canal. Glycerin-free water based lubricants include: Liquid Silk , Maximus.