Anal vibrators :: are designed for anal penetration. These sex toys are shorter and thinner than regular vibrators. Anal vibrators generally measure 4 to 6 inches long with a width that can vary from 0.75 to 1.25 inches. Using an anal vibrator, it's important to apply special lube to the anus and the vibrator for a smooth penetration. Anal toy should slide in and out with only slight resistance. If the resistance is too much, just try to insert a finger to loosen slightly the sphincter ring. If that doesn't work, don't use the anal vibrator. Continue exercises with finger regularly during two weeks in order to loosen up the sphincter before trying out the anal vibrator again. If it is your first experience, choose one of the smaller sized anal vibrators or for one advertised as a model for beginners.
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.
Silicone-based lubricants :: are intended for those who need extra lubrication. They tend to last longer than water-based lubricants. Most of silicone-based lubricants are safe to use with latex sex toys or contraceptives. Silicone is a synthetic substance. Lubricants containing this substance stay slippery longer than water based lubricants. Silicone-based lubricants are safe to use with condoms. But it may be difficult to wash off your body, clothes or textile because they are water-resistant. Those people who have very sensitive skin may especially want to consider them. Such lubricants do not cause skin irritations or allergic reactions. Silicone based lubricants are more expensive than water-based ones. When choosing a silicone-based lubricant, keep in mind the fact that the higher quality brands should list the ingredient dimethicone first.