How Does A Warming Liquid Sex Lube Work?

Posted: 04/07/2008 |Comments: 0 | Views: 10,635 |

Warming liquids as a sex lube is a fairly new thing, but the popularity of them has grown significantly since they were first introduced. It is a very difficult thing for companies to develop new types of personal lubricants that can be competitive because the market is already so highly populated. There are flavored lubes, desensitizing lubricants, hot lubes and water, silicone and oil based sex lubes. With an overcrowded market like this it is easy to understand how hard it is to introduce a new product.

Warming liquid is a sex lube that creates a warming effect because of the special ingredients that the formula is made from. The warming sensation is felt on the surface of the skin wherever the product is applied to, but also when it makes contact with your natural body moisture. The main ingredient in almost every warming sex lube is glycerin. Glycerin is a chemical compound that is colorless, odorless and is considered as a viscous liquid. This ingredient is most commonly used in pharmaceutical formulas. It is a sugar alcohol that has a very sweet taste to it and an extremely low toxicity. There are also other ingredients in warming lubes that include Propylene Glycol, alcohol, herbal extracts and vitamins. Some products also use capsaicin which is the active component in spicy chili peppers. Some companies have started to make edible and flavored warming lubricants that include natural and artificial flavors to give it a unique taste.

Warming lubricants come in two different types: water based and silicone based, but both of these contain the same ingredients to create the warm sensation on your skin. Water based warming sex lubes are primarily used on the vagina, anus and sex toys. A water based sex lube is really great because it is incredibly easy to clean off your body after use. All of the formulas are water soluble so they practically run off your body when you are in the shower. In addition to this, they do not interfere in any way with the effectiveness of a latex condom. Many sex lubes cause damage to the latex which can leave you open to sexually transmitted diseases. This is not a risk that anyone should be taking in the world today, so it is important to be educated on the type of sex lube you and your partner use and what its benefits are.

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