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.
Sometimes you need :: a sex toy that does not look like a device for sexual pleasure. You might need such sex toys in many situations, for instance during trip. First of all, a discreet sex toy does not take much space in bag, and you don't have to turn red going through customs. Also you might need small and discreet vibrator when you want to keep your sexual tastes in secret. Having a discreet sex toy you do not have to worry that someone will find it and will ask you what it is. You can take your small vibrator in the bathroom without hiding it in the towel. No one could see what you are going to do there. Also this sex toy is very quiet. You can use it in any situation and you will not have to worry about sounds that could give yourself away!
If you've never used :: vaginal cream, here are few tips to make vaginal cream application easy and quick. First of all, find a comfortable place to apply the cream, it may be you bed. Gently squeeze tube with cream from the bottom to take a sufficient amount of cream. Then, unscrew the applicator from the tube. Lie on back with knees drawn towards you and entirely insert applicator deep into your vagina. Press the plunger downward until it reaches its original position. You should clean reusable applicators by pulling the plunger to remove it from the barrel. Wash it with mild soap and warm water. Never use very hot water to prevent damage to reusable applicators. Most vaginal creams should be stored at room temperature.