Needless to say that :: silicone based lubricants cannot be used with silicone sex toys. As for 100% silicone sex toys, you will not face with such problems unless it is not 100% silicone. It is also fine to use silicone-based lubricants with condoms of just about any kind. You have to be sure that it is made from 100% silicone elsewise it may destroy the sex toy and break it down. Using silicone-based lubricant with latex toy, make sure to double-check the information about the product and sure it is safe to use with latex. Apply the silicone-based lubricant in small amounts, spreading it around slightly until the needed lubrication is achieved.
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.
You have to remember :: Before using vibrator for the first time, you have to cleanse it in antiseptic (chlorhexidine, miramistin) or lubricant, which contains antiseptic, or you have to clean it with soap in warm water avoiding water penetration into the battery compartment;-It is more hygienic to use vibrator with condom-Before using, cleanse your vibrator with corresponding lubricant, silicon or water lube in order to remove discomfort and probability of mucous tunic irritation during intercourse