Does using lubricant really make the sex experience better?

Young people are easily [high] up. Only the elderly will encounter insufficient secretion and lubrication. Is this really the case?

Let’s look at a girl’s message first:

Therefore, I really don’t think that only getting old can have this problem.

In fact, many reasons will lead to vaginal dryness, such as emotional problems, insufficient sexual arousal, distraction in the process, taking certain drugs, lactation, etc. In short, this is not the patent of the middle-aged and elderly.

The lubricity of the rectum is even worse, and people who like to enter through the back door will also have this problem.

When dry, friction will of course cause pain, and may also cause bleeding and contusion.

So, how can we get [wet]?

Of course, what I want to say is not to throw people into the river, but: lubricant!

The lubricant is good, whoever uses it knows.

The most obvious benefits of using lubricants are:

Whether it’s ordinary snapping, masturbation or [entering through the back door], lubricants can relieve the pain of friction.

According to a survey conducted by Indiana University in the United States, 2,453 women who participated in the survey all felt that they would have a better experience when using lubricant.

In a similar study, 1,874 men felt that the use of the lubricant had increased the duration of the slapping. Of course, it may only be that they felt that the slapping had increased, after all, no one would count with their watches on their hands.

In any case, these surveys at least show that lubricants have certain positive effects on sex life.

Water-based lubricants: most common

Water-based lubricants are the most common lubricants, most of which contain glycerin and have a slightly sweet taste. That… I have not eaten it, so I say it because glycerin is sweet by name. If the lubricant you buy is not food grade, don’t eat it.

There are rumors online that glycerin can cause vaginal yeast infection, but there is not enough medical basis for this claim. However, because this claim is so widespread, some brands have developed water-based lubricants that do not contain glycerin… If there is such concern, such products can be considered.


    It is easy to buy sheets that do not stain. It is easy to wash and can be used with condoms or toys.


  • The durability is not good, but if you apply a little more water, you can lubricate it for a while.

Silicon-based lubricant: good durability

Silicone-based lubricants are not absorbed by the skin and have good durability. Most silicon-based lubricants are low sensitivity and are more suitable for skin that is prone to allergy. Because the texture is sticky and the lubricating effect is better, silicon-based lubricants are very suitable for [entering through the back door], after all, rectum is more fragile than vagina and is more vulnerable to injury.


    Better durability and better lubrication effect


    The price is slightly higher than that of toys made of silicone. It is more troublesome to wash them together. Soap is required to wash them clean.

Oil-based lubricant: use it if you can

Oil-based lubricants have a long history. At first people used coconut oil, olive oil and other vegetable oils, and later mineral oils.

Oil-based lubricants are not easy to volatilize and are very durable and slippery. However, many health experts do not recommend them because they are difficult to wash, easy to cause vaginal discomfort and damage latex condoms and rubber toys.

There are some massage oils that will be used in foreplay, but these products can only be used outside the body and must not be used as lubricants.

Note products with N-9

N-9, full name nonoxynol-9, Chinese name nonanilol ether-9.

The name sounds very complicated, in short, you just need to remember that this is a common ingredient contained in spermicide, and some lubricants may also contain it.

N-9 was once expected to prevent HIV infection, but WHO warned:

N-9 cannot effectively prevent HIV infection. Moreover, some studies have shown that this ingredient damages epithelial cells in vagina and rectum, increasing the risk of HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Precautions for Lubricant Use

  1. Don’t use baby oil, cooking oil, hand cream and so on instead of lubricants to save money. Those things are not used in the body!

  2. Don’t pour the lubricant directly up, the correct way is to squeeze some on your hands and apply it to the parts that need to be used.

  3. Lubricants also have a shelf life. Do not use expired products.

By the way, vaginal infection may also lead to dryness, so the disease should be eliminated first. If there is vaginitis, you can’t have the same room at all during the illness, let alone what use lubricant.