What is chocolate lube?

Chocolate lube is personal lubricant that tastes and smells like chocolate - bringing pleasure to your taste buds as well as your erogenous zones. Most chocolate lubes on the market are water-based, but you can also find silicone-based and oil-based chocolate lubes, too. No matter what kind you want, all flavoured lube is edible and safe to use for oral sex.

Because water-based lube is the safest and most versatile – it is compatible with all condoms and is less likely to cause yeast or bacterial infections, all chocolate lube you can find here at Condoms.uk is water-based. Still, you can use it for all types of sex, including vaginal and anal intercourse.

What can I use chocolate lube for?

Chocolate lube, like all flavoured lubes, as a matter of fact, is designed for oral sex. Its main purpose is to covert the taste and smell of latex, something most people don’t like. In this way, it makes oral sex more palatable so that you won’t have to give up pleasure or protection. That said, you can use chocolate lube for a variety of purposes. Check them out below.

What brands make chocolate lube?

EXS is one of the best brands to consider if you’re after a chocolate lube to use for all purposes. Their Chocolate Natural Flavoured Lube is more than a lubricant. This sweet temptation can be used for hot massages during foreplay, sensational oral sex, as well as vaginal and anal intercourse.

As its name suggests, the lube is flavoured with natural extracts; it contains no added sugars or glycerine, and comes in a travel-friendly bottle with a dispensing pump. Despite the lingering chocolate taste, the lube is clear and feels very soft on the skin.

Easy to clean

It doesn’t stain fabrics or surfaces, and doesn’t feel sticky. You can clean it in the blink of an eye with a damp cloth or under the shower. As you’d expect from a water-based lube, you can also use it with all sex toys and condoms, including silicone accessories.

Since it contains no sugars and is sweetened with natural extracts, this lube is safe for people with diabetes and other metabolic disorders. Like all sexual health products from EXS, this chocolate lube is cruelty-free and vegan certified by the Vegan Society.

Durex chocolate lube is another favourite lube brand offering chocolate lube, while Chocolate Orange fans will enjoy the chocolate orange lube in the Playtime range of lubes.

Is chocolate lube suitable for people with allergies?

Like condoms, lubricants can cause allergies. Chocolate lubricant, in particular, may not be suitable for people with chocolate or cocoa allergies. Symptoms include hives, swollen tongue, lips, or throat, breathing difficulties, coughing, wheezing, sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and stomach cramps.

If you’re sensitive to chocolate, you may also experience stomach pain and nausea or vomiting, as well as skin reactions such as rashes. However, the symptoms above can also be symptoms of anaphylaxis, which is a life-threatening condition.

Alternatives for chocolate or cocoa allergies

If you are allergic to chocolate or cocoa, you should avoid using chocolate lube flavoured with natural extracts. You may still be able to use a lube if it contains synthetic flavours. To stay on the safe side, however, you should opt for another flavour – popular options include strawberry, cherry, mint, and peach, among others.

In addition to cocoa extracts, flavoured lube may also cause allergic reactions if you’re allergic to any of the ingredients in the lubricant. You should always read the label and steer clear of those products that contain allergens.

Check ingredients for any sensitivities

Allergies aside, chocolate lube may also cause rashes or irritation if you have sensitive skin. Those reactions are often triggered by fragrances and preservatives, this is why you should only use flavoured lube made with food-grade ingredients and that doesn’t contain phthalates and parabens. You can buy phthalate free, sulfate free and gluten free lube, so don't let your intolerances stop you from having flavoured fun.

Glycerine is another ingredient you should pay attention to. Not only is glycerine an allergen, but it can also instigate yeast and bacterial infections. 

Silicone and oil-based lubes are also more likely to cause allergies and infections compared to water-based lubes – which is why all water-based lubes on Condoms.uk are water-based.

Thus, if you have allergies or a sensitive skin, the best thing to do is to read the label (making sure the lube you want doesn’t contain ingredients you’re allergic to) and use a BSI-approved water-based lube, such as EXS Chocolate Natural Flavoured Lube.

Can I use chocolate lube with flavoured condoms?

Yes, you can. In fact, you can create tasty combinations that can make protected oral sex much more delicious and interesting. For instance, you can use chocolate lube with strawberry condoms (or mix strawberry and chocolate lube) to feel like you’re eating chocolate strawberries. Likewise, you can add a few drops of chocolate lube to mint condoms, for an After Eight chocolate taste. Other winning combinations include chocolate lube and vanilla condoms, or chocolate lube and tropical fruit condoms, such as pineapple or passion fruit. The options are truly endless, allowing you to create unique flavours.

When choosing the lube, though, remember to check the label and ensure condom compatibility. Most water-based lubricants are compatible with all types of condoms, but don’t take it for granted. Always check the lube and the condom to prevent damaging the condom.

Silicone-based lube should also be compatible with all types of condoms, but you might not be able to use it with silicone sex toys.

Oil-based lubricants are incompatible with natural rubber latex and polyisoprene condoms. These products may cause the condom to break, leaving you exposed to the risk of accidental pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.

What other flavours does lube have?

There are many other lube flavours you can choose from. Popular options include peach, strawberry, cherry, and mint, but you can also find vanilla, cola, or bubblegum lube. If you can’t seem to find a lube in the flavour you want, also consider flavoured condoms and dental dams – and use them with a tasteless lubricant. Flavoured condoms are available in a wide range of options. You can find classic flavours, such as strawberry or chocolate, but also surprising options, including tropical fruit condoms (mango, pineapple, and coconut), mint condoms that also have a cooling, tingling effect, vanilla, blueberry, but also boozy options including flavours inspired by famous cocktails (from SKYN).

Where can I buy chocolate lube?

You can buy chocolate flavoured lube right here at Condoms.uk. We stock a wide range of flavoured lubricants from trusted brands, and buying from us comes with a plethora of advantages. Let’s check them out:

So, what are you waiting for? Browse our range of flavoured lubricants right now to find the best chocolate lube for you and your beloved one.