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 should know :: You should not use lubricants on a fat basis, such as vegetable oil, vaseline, cream, or other formulations, which are not meant for this, because it is dangerous for your health and may spoil the material of the product-You should'nt cleanse vibrator in boiling water-Keep vibrators in dry place away from direct sunbeams
Warming lubricants work :: almost the same way massage oils work. Take a small puddle in your hand and apply warming lubricant in a thin layer to the desired area. Rub it into your skin, applying more if it's necessary. As you continue massaging, the warming lubricant will begin to heat up. Your partner feels a pleasantly warm sensation. Warming lubricants are great for genital massage. Some warming lubricants can't be used with latex products. To avoid problems, read the label before using. You can apply them to the surface of your genitals. Be careful: some of the warmth-inducing elements of the lubricant may irritate skin; do a skin patch test before using during it sexual intercourse, otherwise your genitals may end up hotter than you intended.