If you’re the type that simply can’t be bothered with reapplying at all once you get going ( we get it. Ugh!)  this lube is the gift that keeps you going, going, and going.

The best news? Oil-based lubes can double for sexy and fun massage time. But you can’t use a latex condom because this  increases the chances of a ripped or torn condom.

Oil-based lubricants are also associated infections, such as bacterial vaginosis, so choose wisely!

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4. Natural lube

Worried about exactly what ingredients you’re putting down there and making your carbon foot print bigger ?

Basically, look for products that have both natural and a small number of ingredients on their list. A lot of these are paraben free and vegan .Coconut oil is a popular choice as well, though it’s got its downsides. It can increase incidence of condom breakage.

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After you’ve figured out which lube is best for you, you might want to warm it up a little bit in your hands. This isn’t necessary, but lube can be a little cold on your nether regions if you skip this step. If you’re using a condom, don’t forget to apply a non-oil based lube to the outside. Enjoy sexy times.