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                                Enhance your pleasure with silicone lube. Experience long-lasting smoothness and maximum comfort. Unlock a new level of satisfaction. Try silicone lube now!

                                Personal lubricants are a big deal; anyone who uses them regularly knows there's no going back once you start! But you have a choice — silicone lubricant, water-based or a combination of the two (hybrid). So what makes silicone lube so unique? Why choose it over other lubricants?

                                What is Silicone Lubricant?

                                Silicone is considered a synthetic polymer (in chemistry) made up of different elements, including silicone, oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon.

                                Personal lubricants can be manufactured from various types of silicones, such as Dimethicone and Cyclopentasiloxane. The latter is a popular lubricant choice due to its smooth texture and long-lasting slippery feel.

                                What Makes Silicone Lubricant Special?

                                Silicone lube has many advantages over water-based lubes; it's thicker, longer-lasting and doesn't require reapplication during sex. It's also odourless and tasteless, perfect for oral sex. Plus, it won't absorb into the skin like water-based lubricants do.

                                But that's not all; the central aspect of silicone lube is its feel and the feeling it gives when applied. It's silky and slippery, which in itself is attractive, plus it can significantly enhance pleasure during sex because of these aspects.

                                Why Should I Choose Silicone Lube Over Water-Based Lubricant?

                                Water-based lubricants are popular but have some significant drawbacks compared to silicone lubes. As they're water-soluble, they can dry out quickly during sex and need reapplication.

                                Water-based products also absorb into the skin and eventually disappear altogether, while silicone lubricants last longer than water-based ones because they do the opposite — the product remains precisely where you need them for as long as you require them.

                                Silicone lube is great for long sessions or more aggressive activities requiring more direct lubrication.

                                Does Silicone Lube Cause Irritation?

                                It's rare to experience any irritation from a silicone lube, but not impossible; after all, a person can be fine with a product one day and not another. It's a little-known fact that an allergic reaction takes factors to attack or activate an allergy.

                                Two-factor allergy activation is why you can be fine one day and not another — maybe stick to indoor sex if you have a grass allergy.

                                The same goes for silicone lube, so if you have an allergy to a product, it's possible that the ingredients in the lube, combined with another factor, could act as an allergen causing an allergic attack or reaction.

                                Sometimes it's a good idea to rotate your products and use different lube for different events; rotating can reduce the chances of an allergic reaction.

                                Which Brands Make the Best Silicone Lube?

                                When sourcing the best personal silicone lubricant brand, there really isn't one that stands out above all the others. Each manufacturer has different qualities, advantages, and selling points. So research is often required to find the perfect lube for your personal needs and desires.

                                The other way is to study the reviews, compare ingredients, and read customer feedback to decide which brand is right for you. Some of the top brands include Pjur, Durex, Sliquid, Woo Woo, Liquid Silk, Skyn, Lubido, Boys Own, Pasante and Hanx, to name a few.

                                Can You Use Silicone Lube with Latex Condoms?

                                Yes, you can use silicone lube with latex condoms. The lubricant won't degrade the material and is actually a great choice because it's moisturising, slick and long-lasting — perfect for those who find water-based products dry out too quickly or don't provide enough slipperiness.

                                You can use silicone lubricant with all condoms — while silicone is a lubricant, it is not an oil and its oils, like Vaseline, olive oil, butter, and coconut oil (and others) that can work against the condom make up, rendering them ineffective.

                                Try Silicone Lube Today

                                Whether you're a beginner or a well-heeled lube user, silicone lube is an excellent choice to add extra pleasure and comfort to your sexual experiences. And with so many different lube brands available, you can find the exact one to suit your needs. So why not give silicone lube a try today? With free postage for orders over £25.00, you will also be quids in!