Wholesale Lubes and Lotions

Using lube during masturbation is safe, sensual and practical

While an abundance of lubes are available in different colors, textures and flavors, lubricants come in four basic forms, water-based, Petroleum, oil, silicone and are intended for internal and external application to the vagina, clitoris, anus, penis and testicles, as well as all over body massage.

Made from petroleum jelly, mineral oil or petrolatum, petroleum-based lubes are the most commonly used type of lubrication. Different types include Vaseline products and baby oil. As petroleum-based lubes destroy latex -- practically on contact -- they should never be used with condoms, diaphragms or cervical caps. Petroleum-based lubes stain fabric and can be difficult to wash out. Also, petroleum-based lubes tend to irritate the vagina, so they're not really the best option for women wanting to enjoy vaginal penetration.

Water-based lubricants typically contain de-ionized water, glycerin, propylene glycol and nontoxic preservatives. Although available in both flavored and unflavored mixtures, most unflavored lubes still taste slightly sweet. Water-based lubes do not stain, are safe for use with latex and all other barrier birth control methods, and rarely cause irritation. While they often dry out during extended sex, water-based lubes are quickly revived with a spritz of water or a dollop of saliva

Silicone-based lubricants are similar to water-based lubes with one notable difference: because they are silicone based, and waterproof They also retain their lubricating properties better and longer than water-based lubricants, and are highly concentrated Silicone will not harm latex as oil-based lubricants will do; however, silicone-based lubricants can harm sex toys made from silicone, so use a different lube when using your more expensive toys

Oil- based lubricants are usually made from natural products, such as vegetable oils and nut oils, oil-based lubes tend to stain fabrics and can be difficult to wash off, but they are safe for use with the vagina. Oil-based lubes also destroy latex, so, like petroleum-based lubes, they should never be used with condoms, diaphragms or cervical caps.

Lubes and Lotions:

  • Anal
  • Desensitizing
  • Flavored
  • Kama Sutra
  • Massage
  • Oil Base
  • Oral
  • Silicone Based
  • Vaginal Tighten Cream
  • Water based