Personal Lubricant Substitutes

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Is there a substitute for ultrasound gel?
    I bought an ultrasound massager and the instructions say that works best with ultrasound gel, which is something that is somewhat difficult to come by as a non-medical professional. I was wondering if there was something I could use instead... like a water based "personal lubricant" or something like that?

    • ANSWER:
      Mineral oil is a good couplant and is readily available in pharmacies + it is cheap

  2. QUESTION:
    How do i pleasure a women in bed?
    Lady's, my sex life has gotten a little dull and i want to know how to better please my girlfreind. Can any lady out there help me. im looking for someone who can tell me how to give my love an orgasm. any way you can help to show would be great (web links personal experiences, home video :p) just kidding on the last part but still feal free! all joking aside, Please help me. thanks

    • ANSWER:
      Here are some tips to increase the chances she'll
      reach climax, including the secret to multiple
      orgasms:

      1. Don't start in the bedroom - Want to increase the
      chances she'll orgasm? When was the last time you
      surprised her with a little drawing, letter or
      flowers and sent them to her at work? Believe it or
      not, creative and romantic gestures DO turn women
      on because love and lovemaking are interconnected
      in a woman's brain. Do this and you can
      bet-your-bottom-dollar you'll be doing more than
      just eating dinner when she walks in the door! :)

      2. Relax her - It's hard for women to orgasm if
      they are stressed. Give her a quick back massage.
      Rub her shoulders, upper back and neck to melt away
      the tension.

      3. Ignore the vagina - Do you know that prolonged
      foreplay actually increases the chances of her
      coming? That's right. By kissing, caressing and
      touching her LONGER, you'll build the sexual
      tension and often the anticipation will be very
      powerful.

      4. Change your focus - If you focus all your attention
      on the woman first, you'll make love to her much
      more passionately. Think about it! If you've
      finished first and decide to help her come, you
      won't have the enthusiasm and passion that's needed
      to keep her hot and turned on.

      5. Tip to last longer - Of course the first step to
      help her reach orgasm is by not coming. The best
      way I've found to not come is: Penetrate as normal
      and when you feel like you're about to come, simply
      move your hips in a circular motion (like swaying a
      hula hoop) and wait until the "little guys" subside
      again. Now continue pleasuring. :D

      6. Don't use lubricants - Women have a natural
      lubricant that fills the vagina when they're turned
      on. By using a product substitute, you're only
      fooling yourself. Without products, you'll
      instantly know if things are working; but with
      them, you can never be sure.

      7. Never too much clitoris - Did you know that once
      you've stimulated the clitoris for some time, a
      little thing called the clitoral hood will actually
      come out and cover the clitoris to protect it from
      further direct stimulation? (And no, I'm not making
      this up!) The point is, once the clitoris is fully
      stimulated, make sure you pleasure the G-spot next,
      whether it be with your hand, tongue or penis.

      8. Find and stimulate the G spot - The G-spot is a
      zone that feels like the roof of your mouth and is
      located about 2 inches inside the vagina on the
      topside. (On the underside of her stomach.) There
      are two basic ways you can pleasure the G. With
      your fingers by doing a "come here" motion or with
      a love position that helps hit the G-spot…

      9. Use the best position - Not all love positions are
      made equal. The best one for women is the reverse
      missionary (woman on top). This is probably the
      easiest position for a woman to climax because she
      can control the friction to her clitoris and/or
      G-spot.

      10. Give her oral sex ­ The single best way to help a
      woman reach orgasm, even multiple orgasms, is by
      going down on her (cunnilingus). While at first I
      didn't believe it, countless studies have been done
      to prove this fact. Oral sex is easier and much
      more satisfying for women than intercourse is.

      Try the ABC's with your tongue, ask what she likes,
      and mix it up with lots of different movements!
      However be VERY careful! With over 6,000 nerve
      endings in the clitoris, make sure you know everything
      there is to know before poking your tongue around
      there, otherwise it could be really painful and, even
      worse, spoil the mood.

  3. QUESTION:
    What's a good personal anal sex lubricant? (other than actual lube)?
    Are there any household anal lubricant substitutes I can use for personal use?
    Are there any household anal lubricant substitutes I can use for personal use? I've been recently masturbating anally with toys and I need a good substitute since my parents probably wouldn't be too fond of seeing lube.

    • ANSWER:
      - if u're not planing on using a condom then these will do the trick:

      - totally safe 2 use lubes:

      01 - 1’s own spit, & make sure that U use lots & lots & lots of it.

      - From 1’s own kitchen:
      01 - Almond Oil
      02 - Avocado Oil
      03 - Canola Oil [~]
      04 - Corn Oil [~]
      05 - Flax Seed Oil
      06 - Grape Seed Oil
      07 - Olive Oil [~]
      08 - Peanut Oil [~]
      09 - Safflower Oil
      10 - Sunflower Oil [~]

      - From 1’s own refrigerator:
      01 - Crisco
      02 - Lard
      03 - Butter [~]
      04 - Margarine [~]

      - From 1’s own bathroom:
      01 - Baby oil [~]
      02 - Vaseline [petroleum jelly] [~]
      03 - or U can always do it under the shower spray.

      - things that R “UNSAFE” 2 use as lubes: lotions, creams, vagisil, gels, ointments, soaps, body wash, shampoo’s or conditioners, cuz they all can really irritate 1’s skin.

      - PS: all the 1’s with a [~] next 2 them R the most common ones 2 find.
      - & with a condom, then the only thing above 2 use would be u're own spit, the butter, margarine or under the shower spray.
      - otherwise the oil will damage the condom.

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