Choosing the Best Natural Lubricant to Improve Your Sex Life
If you’re hunting for NZ’s best natural lubricant, you’ve found it! However, we know you’re not just going to buy it because we said so. In fact, you’ll need to learn the facts about how to choose the right natural lubricant which suits both you and your partner, plus the benefits of using it you’ll both receive. But getting to the real point: you’ll want to know how it can improve your sex life! Cool, we’ll tell you right here, right now.
How Using a Natural Lubricant Improves Your Sex Life
We’re assuming you know a bit about sex already, but we’ll mention it anyway. Having ‘something’ (we’re not judging) inserted into a dry vagina can be darn painful! We’re meant to be lubricated naturally by our body doing what it’s meant to do. But that doesn’t always happen. A natural lubricant is a lube you use during sex to add to your mutual enjoyment. We use them because vaginal dryness is an all too common occurrence for many women and for many reasons. Medications, monthly cycles, not enough stimulation or age are all common reasons why we get dry.
By helping things along with a natural lubricant, you reduce friction, and can ‘move things in and out’ smoothly and without pain. It also helps reduce the risk of a condom tearing because it gets stuck on your vaginal wall. When you use a natural lube, you make the ‘in and out’ movement a lot more enjoyable, which adds to your sexual pleasure, as well as that of your partner.
How to Choose the Best Natural Lubricant for You
You want great sex without pain, but you’re often dry ‘down there.’ There’s a simple fix and that’s to use a lube. But before you head for the traditional petroleum or mineral based lubes, you might want to know why a natural lube is best. Traditional lubes can actually increase your risk of developing nasty vaginal infections. They also taste really gross and can leave you with a yucky feeling vagina too.
Your best choice is to look for natural lubricant like the Bonk Lube range we sell here at TIGS&BOO. There are two options to pick from: water based and oil based. Water based lube can be used with all condoms and toys, while oil based lube is compatible with polyurethane and nitrile condoms and silicone based toys; not for use with latex or polyisoprene condoms. Organically certified, non sticky, and 100% natural, both lube types are perfect if you are a …. person. I guess that says it all! Order yours now!