How to Stay Wet During Sex

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When getting intimate, you want to be wet. This makes the experience more pleasurable for everyone. However, vaginal dryness can happen. If you find yourself dry during a sexual encounter, this may be a side effect of a bigger problem. If frequent vaginal dryness is a problem for you, be sure to consult with a doctor. However, if you experience vaginal dryness out of the blue, there are a few things you can do to stay wet during sex.

First, stay hydrated. It’s especially important to stay hydrated if you’re drinking alcohol before a sexual encounter, as alcohol can dehydrate you and make it harder for you to get wet. If you know you’re going to have sex after enjoying some cocktails, chug a glass of water an hour or so before you have sex.

Foreplay is an important part of a sexual experience. Foreplay can help you get wet before penetration. Even something as simple as a makeout session can help you get wet before sex. Try different forms of foreplay to see what works for you. You may even want to use a toy for additional assistance.

There are also things you can do during your daily life that can help you prepare for a healthy sexual experience. For example, pelvic floor exercises. Doing these exercises can help make sex more comfortable for you. The more comfortable you are, the better your chances of getting wet. You can also add more omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. Omega-3 fatty acids help boost dopamine and arginine, which increase circulation and make it easier for you to get aroused.

Next, try lube. If you’ve never used lube, you can choose between water-based and silicone-based options. Coconut oil is also an option if you prefer.

Discover top-quality lube, sex toys, and other adult products at Jack & Jill Adult. Browse the shelves at one of our Florida locations or shop with us online.

When to Use Water-Based Lubricants

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Lubricant is a normal, healthy product to use during sex. There are many different types of lubricants you can shop from to find something that is most ideal for your unique needs. If you’re curious about when to use a water-based lubricant, keep reading for more information.

Water-based lubricant is the most popular lubricant. It comes either with or without glycerin. Products with glycerin have a slightly sweet taste.

Water-based lubricant is also sometimes called “versatile lube” because it can be used during almost any type of sexual activity. Water-based lubricant can even be used with silicone toys. Water-based lubricant is also safe to use with both latex and non-latex condoms. Water-based lubricant can even decrease the risk of condom breakage.

There are several pros to using water-based lubricants. For one, this lubricant doesn’t typically stain sheets. Additionally, a water-based lubricant made without glycerin isn’t likely to cause vaginal irritation. Finally, this type of lubrication has a longer shelf-life than other types of lube.

At Jack & Jill Adult, our water-based personal lubricant is an affordable and safe product to use in the bedroom. Our formula is made from plant-based glycerin and provides a silky smooth and comforting glide without stickiness or tackiness. Find this lubricant in 2, 4, and 8-ounce sizes. We also carry a premium water-based lubricant that does it all. This lube selection has a superior slickness and is made from a super smooth gel that mimics the body’s natural lubricant. This lubricant comes in 2 and 4-ounce bottle sizes.

You can shop our selection of lubricants either online or at one of our Florida stores. Be sure to shop with Jack & Jill Adult to discover high-quality, safe lubricants made to improve your sex life!

Lube 101: How to Pick the Right One for You

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You’ve been told you need to use lubricant, but why? What even is lube? And how do you know which one to choose?

If you’re overwhelmed by lube-talk, you’re not alone. Consider this your quick and dirty introduction to personal lubricant and finding the right kind for you. 

What is Lube?

Personal lubricant aka lube reduces friction, adds moisture, and makes sex (in all its forms) feel really good. The body is an amazing machine and can often, though not always, produce its own natural lubricant. This occurs when the vagina gets wet or the penis leaks pre-ejaculate. But what our bodies produce naturally isn’t always enough, or we want to play with a part of the body that doesn’t make its own lube like the butt.

When that happens, you don’t have to suffer through painful or uncomfortable sex. Nor do you have to skip it completely. What you really need is a good bottle of lube because in sex, wetter is always better.

Types of Lube

Types of Lube

Needing lube and picking out the right kind are two different things. Everyone needs lubricant, but the type you buy matters. How do you know what to get? Which one is right for you? Are there certain lubes that are better than others? 

Here’s what you need to know to help you pick the right lube for the sexy fun you want to have.

Water-Based Lube

Water-based lubricant is the most common type of lube on the market. Why? Because it’s one of the most universal types. You can use it with any kind of material and during any kind of sex, and it works well. From silicone sex toys to jelly and “skin-like” materials, water-based lube is the universal choice. You can also use it with any kind of condom.

As the name indicates, the main ingredient is water. This means it’s often thinner and dries out more quickly than other lubes. But it also means it washes off easily and won’t stain your clothing or bedding. Be prepared to re-apply this kind of lube often for longer sessions or in parts of the body that don’t get wet on their own, like the butt. We also don’t recommend it for sex in water, because it washes off so easily.

Water-based lubes come in a variety of options:

  • Basic, standard lube
  • Flavored lube
  • Warming lube
  • Tingling lube

Silicone Lube

As the name says, silicone-based lube is made with silicone as the main ingredient. It’s thicker, softer, and feels really good on the skin. Unlike water-based lubes, silicone lubes are great for fun in the tub or shower as it doesn’t wash off quite as easily. It also tends to be free of ingredients that can cause irritation, though you should always check the ingredient list to be sure.

The one downside to silicone lube is that it doesn’t play nicely with many (though not all) silicone sex toys. Over time, the surface of your toy can break down, creating abrasions that can harbor bacteria. If the manufacturer says your sex toy is safe to use with silicone lube, go for it. But if not, stick with water-based lubes. And yes, silicone lubes are safe with condoms, too.

Hybrid Lube

While there is a variety of hybrid lubes available, the most common is a combination of water and silicone-based lubes. These tend to take the best of both worlds and put them in a single bottle. You get the universality of water-based with the long-lasting and silkiness of silicone-based lube. Use them with any type of sex toy!

Oil-Based Lube

Oil-based lubricant lasts the longest, reduces friction the most, and is highly popular for anal play, vaginal fisting, and any kind of sex in water. This is the lube you (usually) only need to apply once and not worry about again — until you’re ready to clean up. The two downsides to oil-based lubricant: its incompatibility with latex condoms and the mess. 

Oil breaks down latex, causing your condom to be less effective in preventing pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections. It’s also not great with some sex toy materials, specifically porous materials like jelly, rubber, and skin-like options. If you use oil-based lube, be prepared to get oil everywhere. Put down old towels or sheets you don’t care about to minimize the mess.

Safety Concerns with Lube

Safety Concerns with Lube

Lubricant, in general, is very safe to use regardless of the type you choose. That being said, certain ingredients can upset the pH balance of the vagina which can lead to yeast infections and other infections. Other people are sensitive to specific components found in lube which leads to skin irritation. It’s important to read the ingredient label when considering a new-to-you lubricant. 

In general, silicone lubes tend to cause the fewest issues. Another option is to look for a “natural” or “clean” brand of lubricant. These tend to have a short ingredient list making it easy to know what’s in your lube and to identify ingredients you want to avoid. These lubes also tend to avoid the most common irritants in their formula:

  • glycerin
  • Petroleum
  • propylene glycol
  • nonoxynol-9
  • chlorhexidine gluconate

Can I use coconut oil or petroleum jelly as a lube?

In general, we do not recommend either as a personal lubricant. Petroleum can cause irritation and lead to infections in some people, so it’s best to avoid it. Coconut oil can’t be used with latex condoms and may not be great with your sex toys depending on what they’re made of. 

Using Lube with Sex Toys

Using Lube with Sex Toys

You can (and should!) use lube for any kind of sexy fun you want to have. It’s great during penetrative sex, anal play, and masturbation. If the sex you’re getting only involves bare skin, you can use any lube you like that feels good and is best for your skin and body. 

Sex Toy Material

We’ve talked about sex toy materials before. There’s a lot to consider when you buy a sex toy including safety, how to clean it, what feels good, how long it might last, and whether you’re sharing it. But in terms of lubricant, it’s about how the material will react with the ingredients in the lube.

  • Water-based lube works with any kind of sex toy material: jelly, TPR/TPE, CyberSkin, silicone, metal, glass, and more.
  • Silicone-based lube can be used with metal, glass, wood, and some porous materials if the manufacturer indicates that it’s safe. Silicone lube is not always safe with silicone sex toys (as mentioned earlier) – you have to read the manufacturer’s information to know for sure.
  • Oil-based shouldn’t be used with porous materials like jelly, rubber, TPR/TPE, Cyberskin, etc. You can use it with most silicone sex toys, as well as glass, metal, and wood toys.

When You Should Use Lube with a Sex Toy

The easy answer is anytime you want to and/or every time you play. Lube reduces friction and helps your sex toy move across your body in a way that feels amazing. But if you’re looking for examples, here you go:

  • While wearing a penis ring to reduce a “rug burn” effect around your shaft
  • Inside a masturbation sleeve for easier stroking
  • When using a penis pump
  • During penetration with a dildo
  • While using a vibrator internally (G-spot) or externally (clitoris)
  • With any kind of anal toy: butt plugs, anal beads, prostate massagers, etc. Always use lube during butt stuff.

Top Lube Brands

What lubes are the best? We think all our lubes are great, but to help you narrow it down, here some of the top brands we carry.

Jack and Jill Adult: Of course, we’re biased, but we’re also proud to offer water-based lubricant safe to use with all our products and safe for any kind of sex you want to have. Our lube comes in three sizes, but to try it out, start with the 2oz bottle of Jack and Jill lube.

Gun Oil: Don’t let the name fool you. Gun Oil offers both water and silicone-based oils so you can keep your gun well oiled during any intimate moment. We recommend Gun Oil H20.

Pink: Available in water-based, silicone-based, and hybrid formulas, Pink lube is smooth, slippery, and feels amazing against the skin. We recommend Pink Water Lube.

Pjur: A long-running, well-known lubricant brand, Pjur offers multiple lines of lube so you can find exactly what you need for the sex you want to experience. We recommend Pjur Woman Nude.

Sliquid: If you prefer natural lubes that also feel good and last longer, you’re going to love Sliquid. We recommend Sliquid H20 Intimate Lube.

Spunk: The name says it all. If you want a lube that feels more like the lubrication it’s replacing, go with Spunk. We recommend Spunk Pure Silicone Lube.

Wicked Sensual: While Wicked Sensual offers multiple types of lube, they’re most well known for their flavored lubes. They actually taste good so you actually want to use them for your oral sex fun. We recommend Wicked Sensual Care in Candy Apple.


Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed with all of your lubricant options. Ultimately, think about what you want to use lube for — fun with sex toys, penetrative sex, oral sex, anal play, and more. Then look for the lubricant that’s best suited to that. Like sex toys, no one type of lube works for everyone so you may have to try a few different types until you find what you love. But once you do, you’ll wonder how you ever had sex without it.

Do you use lube on a regular basis? What’s your favorite type and brand? Let us know in the comments below!

10 Best Sex Toy Accessories to Enhance Your Pleasure

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Sex toys can be a really fun way to explore what you like and spice things up in the bedroom, whether by yourself or with a partner. There are so many toys and products on the market. It can take some serious exploration to find the best ones for you.

However, all sex toys can be made even better with accessories, for them or just for the bedroom. Using oils to give a massage can be a really decadent way to treat a partner. Similarly, lubricants and body lotions can ease foreplay and add another dimension to action between the sheets.

If you’d like to add something new into your bedroom fun but are unsure of where to start, here are ten super accessible and fun bedroom accessories to try!

Dona Kissable Massage Oil

Dona Kissable Massage Oil

The Dona Aphrodisiac and Pheromone Infused Kissable Massage Oil in Vanilla doesn’t just smell really good. It’s extremely luxurious and incredibly tasty. You can use it on yourself or with a partner in the bath or shower to add a whole other dimension to fun in the bathroom.

Jack and Jill Water-Based Lube

Water-based lube is one of the most accessible ways to start exploring accessories in the bedroom. It’s not sticky or tacky and is toy friendly. You can also use it alongside condoms and it won’t leave a residue. Try Jack and Jill Water-Based Lube for an easy way to reduce all kinds of friction in your sex life.

Oralove Due Flavored Lube

If you’ve used lube before and want to spice things up then the Oralove Delicious Duo flavored lube is perfect for you. It works in the same way as normal water-based lube. However, it has the added element of being warming or tingly making it super pleasurable to use alone or with a partner.

Earthly Body Velvet Body Lotion

Trojan Ribbed Condoms

Moisturizing to ensure that your skin feels beautifully soft can be a great step in self-care and leave you feeling really sexy. However, this doesn’t have to be a step you do alone. By using the Earthly Body Velvet Body Lotion in Moroccan nights with a partner, you won’t just smell and feel amazing, it may add another step to foreplay bringing you closer together.

Trojan Ribbed Condoms

Safe sex is super important but why not make it interesting by changing up the condoms that you usually use? Trojan Ribbed condoms are thin giving them an incredibly natural feel so the partner wearing it gets more sensation. They’re also ribbed adding another element of pleasure for the partner on the receiving end.

BJ Blast Oral Sex Candy

BJ Blast Oral Sex Candy proves that oral is anything but dull. Not only do the strawberry and cherry flavors taste really good, but the candy can also add another level of pleasure when you go down on your partner. Similar to pop rocks, the candy fizzes on your tongue. You’ll both get a new experience when you try this special candy out in the bedroom.

Nipplicious Nipple Gel

Nipplicious Nipple Gel

Whether by yourself or with a partner, a lot of pleasure can be derived from playing with your nipples. Nipplicious Nipple Arousal Gel is an edible, flavored gel that can add a tingling sensation when used with a partner. Use it as part of your kinky nipple play or to experiment with new sensations.

Universal Toy Cleaner with Aloe Vera

One of the essentials, when you have sex toys, is owning toy cleaner. Being able to keep your toys clean while also using products on them that won’t harm you next time you use it is so important.Universal Toy Cleaner with Aloe Vera thoroughly cleans your toys without leaving harsh smells.

Bodylicious Edible Pens

Bodylicious Edible Pens

If you consider yourself a creative then the Bodylicious Edible Pens will be a perfect addition to your bedroom activities. They come in a pack of four and are flavored. You can decorate your partner’s body with them and then when you finish, simply wipe or lick it away. Everyone gets a sweet and sexy treat with these pens.

Kama Sutra Massage Tranquility Kit

Body lotions and oils add a special something to normal bedroom activities. The Kama Sutra Massage Tranquility Kit includes five different scented oils to either relax or excite your partner. Each includes essential oils and smooths out the skin. Use them for a sensual massage either as foreplay or make it the main part of the sexy fun.


While lubes, lotions, and oils seem like a small step, they can make a world of difference to your sex life. You can invest in some accessories to indulge yourself and add to your self-care routine or use them with a partner. They can be a great way to add fun, sexiness, or sensuality to make your sex life a little bit different.

Have you tried any of these sex toy accessories or will you try them at some point? Comment to let us know which one caught your eye!

The Secret to Hotter Solo Sex: Lube!

Lube is a wonderful thing! It can reduce or eliminate pain during penetrative sex. Lube makes everything feel more pleasurable. Importantly, it makes sex safer by reducing the risk of vaginal or anal tearing which may even lower the risk of STI transmission.

If you’ve never thought about using lube during masturbation, you’re missing out. Let’s look at all the reasons you might want to explore using lube in your solo sex adventures.

Lack of wetness doesn’t mean lack of arousal

Lack of wetness doesn’t mean lack of arousalIf you have a vulva, you might have experienced feeling super turned on but then realized you weren’t getting wet (or as wet as usual.) This is really normal! Levels of natural lubrication are determined by all sorts of things: where you are in your cycle, how hydrated you are, and even things like stress or lack of sleep. But if you feel turned on and want some solo fun, making up the difference with a bottle of lube is a great idea.

Extra slipperiness = extra fun

If you have a vulva, you might have noticed how much better being touched – or touching yourself – feels when you’re really, really wet? Well, lube just adds to that delicious slippery wet sensation.

Many penis owners have never experienced the additional pleasure of a lubed hand sliding up and down their junk. It makes the whole experience feel smoother. Lube also allows you to use more pressure than you might use without it. Using plenty of lube means you can also try different stroking techniques that might be uncomfortable otherwise.

Lube can ease pain and soreness caused by friction

Lube can ease pain and soreness caused by frictionDo you ever find that you experience pain either during or after masturbation? This is really normal and can be your body’s response when you apply too much pressure or rub a bit too hard in one spot, creating friction.

Adding plenty of lube reduces this friction. Many people find that it lessens or even completely prevents any post-masturbation soreness. (Remember: if the pain is intense, consistent, or has no obvious cause, then see your doctor or gynecologist straight away.)

Lube eases penetration

Not everyone includes penetration as part of their masturbation (or partnered sex). But lots of people like to insert fingers or sex toys vaginally, anally, or both. No matter how aroused you are, using plenty of lube on whatever you insert in your body to make penetration easier, smoother, and more pleasurable. Again, it also reduces the risk of small tears in the delicate vaginal or anal membranes. This can be very unpleasant and painful (and are also an infection risk if any bacteria gets into them.)

Inserting something vaginally without lube might be fine if you’re very aroused and ready. Never, ever insert anything anally without adequate lube! The anus isn’t self-lubricating, and you can really hurt yourself this way.

Lube provides additional sensations

Lube provides additional sensationsSometimes lubes can provide extra sensations in and of themselves! You can buy lubes that create self-warming or cooling sensations. Other lubricants have certain ingredients in them to create extra sensitivity or a tingling sensation. (Not everyone reacts well to the ingredients in these lubricants, so you might need to experiment to see what works for you. If you experience pain, burning, itching, or numbness, discontinue use straight away.)

These sensation-lubes add some variety to your masturbation routine. They also give you the opportunity to explore different kinds of sensations that you might enjoy.

Picking the right lube for you

  • I always recommend water-based lube first. It is the gentlest on your body and compatible with all types of body-safe sex toys including silicone, glass, metal, and wooden toys. Silicone-based lube is thicker.
  • Some people prefer the sensation, but it shouldn’t be used with silicone sex toys as it can cause damage.
  • Many people really enjoy the slickness of oil-based lubes. But remember that oil products are not compatible with latex barriers, and can also stain your sheets and clothing.

I recommend avoiding lubes with glycerin/glycerol, as these are sugars and can cause yeast infections in people with vulvas. You should also never, ever use lubes with numbing ingredients (such as benzocaine). Not only do these reduce your pleasure, they also mean you can’t feel pain when you really need to. Pain is a sign that something is wrong and should be listened to!

You might need to experiment to find what lubes work for you. As a starting point, try something water-based with natural (and fewer) ingredients, such as Sliquid H2O.


There are many things that can add to your experience of hot solo sex – watching some super-sexy ethical porn, reading some hot erotica, sexting a partner, or exploring a new fantasy. But if I had to recommend a single thing that will almost certainly improve your experience straight away? Go get you some lube!

Have you used lube during sex before? What did you think? Share in the comment below!

How to Give a Better Handjob

The poor handjob is one of the most ignored and neglected sex acts for anyone with a penis. Maybe because it has “job” in the name, some people just don’t love doing it. Or maybe it feels boring or less sexy than other things you can do with a penis. But a handjob is a great way to connect, to have sex when you’re both exhausted, and to do something “new” when your sex routine starts to feel boring.

Here are a few tips to give a better handjob so it’s something both you and your partner look forward to!

Lubrication Makes It Better

Be Gentle in the Beginning

According to relationship expert, Carmel Jones of, “gentle foreplay is usually very appreciated. Handjobs are no exception.” Very few of us want high intensity from the very first touch, so maybe don’t start a handjob like you’re trying to start a fire. “Before going full throttle into a handjob that might feel like a gym workout, start out by using your fingertips to gently tease your partner. Trace them around the shaft, tip, and balls. Get his juices flowing before barrelling right into it!”

Ask What Your Partner Likes

If this is your first time giving a handjob — or the first time in a long time — you don’t have to be an expert in your partner’s sexual pleasure. And regardless of what you might have heard, it’s not a turn-off to talk about your mutual pleasure. Jones says, “Asking how your partner likes to be pleased is anything but a turn-off, and here’s why: nobody is going to be as good as your partner at pleasuring your partner with a handjob! So, along the way, check-in. Ask how they like to masturbate, if something feels good, and if there’s anything they want you to try.”

Lubrication Makes It Better

Lube is always a good option, but a great handjob can go a step farther. “Swirling around someone’s own juices as a natural lubricant is a gigantic turn on that won’t go unnoticed. When your partner begins to emit precum, lather it around the tip of the penis and work it into the shaft,” advises Jones. That’s right, get your hands “dirty’ and wet to make the handjob easier for you and better for them.

Don’t Forget the Balls

Stroke the Perineum

The focus of a handjob is usually the shaft. It’s where most guys prefer to be touched, and with enough stimulation, it’s how your partner is getting off. But that often means the super-sensitive and definitely-an-erogenous-zone testicles are forgotten. Jones says, “The dual sensation of massaging the shaft and cupping the balls will drive your partner wild.” So be gentle, but get your hands and fingertips down there.

Stroke the Perineum

While we’re not forgetting the testicles, let’s continue venturing a little further back. While some people love some anal play during a handjob, you don’t have to go that far to make the moment special. If your partner (or you!) are into it, start small with the perineum. It’s the area between the base of the testicles and the anus. When stroked just right, it can feel amazing — and potentially lead to more explosive orgasms.

Pay Attention to Foreskin

In the U.S. a lot of penis’s are circumcised, but that’s not 100 percent true for every American. And in other countries, a penis with foreskin is much more common. So if your partner still has his foreskin attached, don’t ignore it. Jones offers up this bit of advice, “Pay attention to the way it moves so that you can lightly use it as an aid. For example, let the foreskin gently massage the tip of the penis for added pleasure.”

Get Into the Moment

You can do everything technically right, but if you’re not into it, it shows. Sean Galla, founder of, advises making it clear that you want your partner. “Guys don’t want a hand job for the strokes. They want to feel desired. Get into it. Act like you want them. Look like you’re enjoying the process. That is what drives men wild.”


Giving a better handjob isn’t about getting it over with as fast as possible or the amount of strokes it takes. Like everything else in sex, it’s about finding what works for your partner, turns them on, and helps them experience pleasure. Communication and paying attention to their responses are just as important as the lube you use and the exact way you touch the shaft, testicles, or beyond.

Do you like giving or receiving handjobs? Why or why not? Let us know down in the comments!

The Best Lubes to Use With Your Fleshlight

The fastest and easiest way to make your Fleshlight feel amazing is to pair it with a good lubricant. But which one should you choose? Always start with a formula that’s safe to use for both your stroker and your skin. After that, it’s about finding what feels best when you want to get yourself off.

Here are three of the best lubes to use with your Fleshlight.

Water-Based Lubricant

Water-Based LubricantThe safest lube to use with any sex toy, including your Fleshlight, is a water-based lube. Its gentler on the Super Skin material the sleeve is made from, allowing it to stay soft and supple longer. Trying to masturbate without any lube at all can wear out your Fleshlight and cause painful friction on your shaft. Other lube formulas aren’t recommended for Fleshlight strokers — like silicone or oil-based lubricants. The chemicals used can cause it to break down over time.

Fleshlight Water is Fleshlight’s own brand of water-based lubricant, but any lube that feels good on your skin will work. Beyond keeping your stroker in tact for as long as possible, there are other benefits to water-based lube:

  • Washes off easily.
  • Doesn’t stain clothing or sheets
  • Often hypoallergenic and good for sensitive skin (read the ingredients to be sure)
  • Works with all sex toys so you only need one type

The downside to water-based lube is that is needs to be re-applied while you play as it can dry up after a while. If you’re masturbating for a long time and it stops feeling as good as it did at the start, add more lube.

Warming Lubricant

Warming LubricantWarming lube, one of two popular types of sensation lubricant, offers the slippery wet feeling you expect from a water-based lube but with something a little extra — heat. Every formula is a little different from brand to brand. Some provide a gentle warming while others can make you feel like you’re on fire, in a good way.

Fleshlight Fire is perfect for your Fleshlight. Used alone, it can make your stroker feel more like a hot, willing partner in your bed. Used with a partner, and you turn the heat on an already steamy moment. Some people prefer the warming lube over a sleeve warmer.

In any warming lubricant you choose, ingredients are important. Fleshlight Fire’s ingredients are fairly simple: Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Honey Extract. It’s hypoallergenic, gentle on the skin, and paraben free. Any warming lube should be tried on your arm or leg before you slather it all over your penis, just in case you have a bad reaction or you discover “warming” isn’t your preferred sensation. Better to know from a skin test than because you dipped your junk in it.

Tingling/Icy Lubricant

Tingling/Icy LubricantThe other sensation lube is known as tingling or icy, depending on who you ask. Typically it’s made with menthol or some other ingredient that creates a unique cold feeling on the skin. It’s meant to be a bit extreme, almost overwhelming, in a good way. And if you think a skin test is important with warming, wait until you try tingling lube. Some people really don’t like a cold, sharp feeling on their most sensitive parts, so test before you coat yourself in it.

Fleshlight Ice, the perfect lube if you want to cool things down, is made specifically to use with your Fleshlight. It’s water-based, hypoallergenic, paraben-free, and gentle on the skin. As always, read the ingredients list to avoid any interaction with known allergens you may have: Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Lonicera Caprifolium (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract, Polysorbate 80, Menthol, Methyl Lactate, Cellulose Gum, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate.

If you love the rush of a burst of cold (like running an ice cube down your skin), icy and tingling lubes might be the thing to try. When paired with your favorite Fleshlight, you’ll definitely have a brand new experience you won’t be able to stop thinking about later. Sensation lubes like Fleshlight Ice are the extreme sports of masturbation. How much can you handle, and how far will you go for pleasure?

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Any water-based lubricant pairs well with your favorite Fleshlight. If you’ve already got a favorite you use all the time, keep at it. But if you’re looking for a new experience, try a warming or icy option. And, when you run out of regular lube, give the Fleshlight versions a try. They’re made specifically for your stroker meaning you may have an even better time and orgasm when you use them together.

ID Offers a Lubricant for Every Occasion

Not every lube is perfect for every sexual or sensual moment in your life. But, thanks to ID Lubricant, you can have the perfect lubricant every time you want to get naked and sexy — alone or with a partner.

Don’t believe us? Check out just a few of the different types of lube from ID Lubricants, and you’ll be adding to your slippery collection in no time.

ID GlideID Glide

ID Glide is the lube that started it all. ID Lubricant spent so much time perfecting their water-based formula that it’s certified as an FDA 510k medical device — meaning doctors can use it, too! And if you’ve ever been in stirrups or had a doctor tell you to bend over, you know how important lube can be.

As a water-based lubricant, ID Glide can be used in any sexy situation — with sex toys, during penetrative sex, while you masturbate. If it dries up while you’re getting busy, you only need a drop of water or a little saliva to reactivate it. It’s safe for condoms, too.

ID Pleasure

When you’re looking to add sensations, the right lube can make all the difference. ID Pleasure takes the perfected formula of ID Glide and adds ginkgo biloba and red clover. What does that mean for you? You get an extra tingling stimulation that your partner or toy just can’t provide. Because it’s water-based, you can use it in any situation and with any product — condoms, sex toys, and body parts. Start with a small amount at first and add more as needed.

ID Silk

ID SilkWhat makes water-based lubes so popular is their versatility and that they don’t leave behind a mess like a silicone-based lube. But they can dry up, wear off, and not be thick enough when you need it. ID Silk is a hybrid lubricant that takes the best of both water and silicone and combines them into one. You get a slippery smooth lubricant that lasts longer and doesn’t feel sticky when it dries. It’s pure…silk.

ID Sensation

When you’re getting busy, what do you feel? Heat, right? What if you could add even more heat to the same moment? If that sounds fun, you should try ID Sensation. This gentle-warming lubricant turns the heat up on your most sensual moments. Add in a sex toy, and you might set the whole bed on fire!

ID Backslide

ID BackslideNot all anal lubricants are created equal. Some are no different than every other lube you’ve used. ID Backslide is different. Why? Because ID Lubricant knows that anal isn’t like any other form of sexual play. Without the right lube, it can hurt and even lead to injuries. That’s why they spent two years perfecting their anal lube. It’s extra thick, and the special formula creates a natural muscle relaxation without desensitizing you completely. You get a wetter, better anal experience.

ID Frutopia

No lubricant collection would be complete without flavored lube and ID Frutopia gives you exactly what you need. Your flavor — and your partner’s — is natural. But there’s nothing wrong with wanting to add something sweet to the mix. The sweetness is real, and so are the ingredients. ID Frutopia is made using natural flavors, real sweetener, and no artificial coloring. You won’t have to wonder what you’re licking off your partner’s body…it’s frutopia.

ID Condoms

ID CondomsID Lubricant isn’t just in the business of making you slippery, smooth, and sweet. They also want you to protect yourself and your partner with added sensation. That’s why they offer ID Condoms — studded, thin, or extra large. When you need to slide in with ease, lube only gets you so far. The right condom will take you the rest of the way.


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How to Buy the Right Lubricant for You

Much like buying sex toys, buying lubricant is an extremely personal decision. There are thousands of brands on the market, and everyone has their favorite. Not all lubes are created equal, though, and finding the right kind can be the difference between too much friction and feeling like you’re going down a slip-n-slide.

No matter what kind of sex you enjoy, there’s a lube that’s perfect for you and the moment. Here’s how to figure out what kind you should buy.

Lube and Sex Toys

Lube and Sex ToysIf you regularly use sex toys to get yourself off or during partnered sex to enhance your pleasure, lubricant can be a great addition and tool to make everything even better. The best lubricant for you is determined by the material of your sex toy. Some lube isn’t good for specific materials

Jelly, Cyberskin, rubber, and most silicone toys should never be used with a silicone-based lube. The combination of the two can cause damage to your dildo, penis ring, stroker, and any other toy — ruining it so you can’t use it again. Silicone lubes are great with hard plastic and other non-porous materials like metal, stone, and glass. In general, water-based lube is perfect for any kind sex toy. Try Jack and Jill Water-Based Personal Lubricant and know that it’s safe to use no matter what toy you pull out.

Frequency of Use

How often you might need lube will determine how much of it you need to buy. Nothing is worse than getting hot and heavy and then discovering you don’t have enough lubricant for the sexy thing you’re about to do. You might be able to make do with a DIY lube but it doesn’t always work and it’s not always safe. It’s much better to keep a big tube or bottle of lube around like the eight ounce bottle of Jack and Jill Water-Based Personal Lubricant.

How will you know you need plenty of lube? Here are just a few reasons:

  • Regular anal penetration and play with or without sex toys
  • Frequent vaginal dryness or not knowing from moment to moment if you’ll be wet enough
  • Consistent use of penis rings, dildos, and other adult toys that often feel better with lube
  • You enjoy fisting or fingering
  • Because you love lube!

Planned Sexual Activities

Planned Sexual ActivitiesThe kind of sex you want to have and multiple other personal preferences will often determine what kind of lube you need to buy. Hate having a mess or staining your sheets? Stick with a water-based lube. Need it to wipe or wash off easily? Again, water-based lube is your friend.

But certain activities really need silicone-based lube. Anal sex, especially without toys, often feels better with a thicker lube. The anus is so sensitive and pain so easy to feel that anything you can do to decrease friction is a good idea. Jack and Jill silicone-lube is preferred by many people. It’s also great for shower sex. Water-based lube rinses off so easily that you’re constantly re-applying it.

Check the Ingredients

For some people, the ingredients matter from an ethical standpoint, and for others, it’s because their bodies can’t handle certain chemicals or other ingredients. Sugary lubes aren’t great for vaginas because of the risk of yeast infection and UTIs later. Some chemicals are too harsh. If the ingredients matter to you, look for lubricant that’s made with things you recognize and a label you can read.

Jack and Jill water-based lube is made with glycerin sourced from palm oil. There are only a few ingredients in the bottle: Glycerin, Water, Cellulose Gum, Methylparaben, and Propylparaben. By having so few ingredients, you can easily check to make sure you’re not sensitive to anything in particular and to make sure the lube you buy is safe for you.


Lubricant shouldn’t be an afterthought, something you buy on the go from a grocery store. It’s too important for that. Just like your vibrator or stroker, you want to find the best option for your needs and your body. Without the right lube, your sex can go from sexy to a carpet-burn in a few moments.

Keep lube on hand for whatever fun you want to have. If you’re the adventurous type who likes to mix things up and try new toys and positions, make sure you have multiple types of lube. Both water-based and silicone-based lube help you enjoy whatever kind of sex you’re excited to have — whenever you want to have it.

What’s your go-to lube to use? Let us know in the comments below!

5 Ways to Have Fun With Lube

The best kind of lube for you to use is the kind that makes sex better for you — whether you’re masturbating or having sex with your partner. It’s possible to have a single favorite type of lubricant or a different bottle for every occasion. But the important thing to remember is that there’s no single use for the slippery stuff. There are multiple ways to play and many ways to feel good.

Don’t know how lubricant can make sex more fun than it already is? Here are just a few ways to play.

Flavored Oral Sex

Flavored Oral SexAs long as a person exercises basic hygiene and care, there’s nothing wrong with their natural smell or taste. It’s possible not to like a person’s flavor, but it’s not bad or gross. Their flavor and scent is perfectly natural. That being said, even if you love the taste of your partner, lube can change oral sex when you want to do something different.

Flavored lubricant can be a fun addition to oral sex. A little drizzle will go a long way and make something sexy and hot taste sweet, too. If you have a vulva, be careful with flavored lube as some ingredients will upset the pH balance of your vagina. Look for sugar-free and read the ingredients carefully.


Some people finger their favorite vagina as often as they can, and some don’t. If it’s been a while since you or your partner slipped in a digit or two, lube can ease the way. Sure, vulvas can produce natural moisture to make penetration easy, but you might not get wet enough on your own. If your body needs a bit of help or if you’re trying more than one finger, lube is a great addition.

Trim your fingernails before inserting them in any part of your partner’s body. Scrapes and cuts aren’t fun for anyone. Apply a generous dollop of lube to your finger(s) and slowly ease them into your partner’s body.


FistingFisting isn’t for everyone, and anyone who tries it needs lots of fingering (see above) and lots of lube first. You can fist a vagina or an anus, but it’s not something you do quickly or without serious application of lubricant — more than you think you’ll need. By the time you’re done, you should feel like you’re swimming in lube.

Stretching the body to handle a large object isn’t easy, and most people can’t do it on the first few tries. Go slow, stimulate your body to help relax, and stop when it hurts. It could take days or weeks to work up to a full fist, and some people can’t handle that much penetration.

Anal Play

For those who enjoy butt plugs, pegging, anal sex, and prostate massage, you probably know plenty about lube and have a favorite brand or two. But lots of people have no idea that lubricant is an absolute must for any kind of anal play. Why? Because the butt doesn’t make a natural lubricant like the vagina and penis do. To penetrate the butt, even with your pinkie finger or a really small anal toy, you’re going to need lube.

It’s common for anal play to hurt, but it doesn’t have to. Like other forms of penetration, you need to start small, go slow, add more lube than you think you need, and stop when it hurts. The body needs time to adjust to the penetration, so this isn’t a time to be impatient. When you can, choose a silicone-based lube because it’s thicker and won’t need to be reapplied as often as water-based lubricant.

Sensation Play

Sensation PlayStimulating lubricant does two jobs. It makes you and your toy or partner slippery enough to reduce friction and it makes you feel something extra. Warming lube is one of the most common, but you can also find tingling, cold, and other sensations. Not everyone will enjoy this kind of play. It depends on how sensitive your skin is and what feels good to you.

With these lubricants, a little goes a long way. Test a small amount on your vulva or penis before you slather it on like you would another kind of lube. Keep a warm, wet cloth nearby just in case the sensation is unpleasant.


Lube enhances sexual activity and pleasure. It doesn’t replace the need to warm your partner (or yourself) up with stimulation, but it is definitely a tool to make things feel even better. Use lube when you masturbate, during penetrative sex, or any time you decide to get naked and sexy — alone or with a partner.

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How to Have Good Shower Sex

For many people, shower sex is one of those things that turn you on when you fantasize about it and leaves you cold when you try it. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Instead of trying to recreate something you saw in porn, find what works for you, your partner, and the very real size of your shower instead.

Let go of the expectation of what shower sex should be and enjoy what it can be with just a few tips. You and your partner will steam things up in no time.

Keep It Simple

Keep It SimpleWe’re not suggesting you lower your expectations or standards, but keeping your shower sex simple goes a long way to having a better time. Let it be soaped up foreplay for what you do in the bedroom later. Enjoy some shower-soaked oral sex on your knees. Bend your partner over and penetrate them vaginally or anally in whatever way they love best. Play with sex toys or the shower head to find out how often you can get each other off. All of these things are great options for shower sex.

What you’ll want to avoid is the sexual acrobatics of trying to do everything at once. Remember, you’re in the shower with running water. Once things get a bit slippery (no pun intended), it’s hard to maintain your balance. The more complicated your moves are, the more chance you have of a major slip and fall which will definitely ruin the mood.

Grab the Lube

Grab the LubeShower sex is fun but there’s another hazard beyond slipping — drying up. It sounds strange, considering how much water is involved, but the body’s natural lubricants will get washed away. You’re going to need lubricant to keep the friction down and pleasure up. The lube you use depends on how you’re playing.

When possible, choose a silicone lubricant because it won’t wash away as easily. You may not need to re-apply it at all or very little. But if you’re using a sex toy that requires water-based lubricant, choose that instead. Just remember that you’ll have to add more lube once you get busy because it washes away just as easily as your own fluids do.

Play Safe

Play SafeWe keep mentioning slipping because it’s a real concern during shower sex. Before you grab your partner and drag them to the bathroom consider how you’ll both stay safe. You may want to take a bath together (if the tub is big enough) and stay off your feet. Maybe you can get each other warmed up in the shower but move to the bedroom for the real action.

But if down and dirty shower sex is what you’re going for, make sure you and your partner can easily brace yourself and stay in position. Add handles like the Sex in the Shower Locking Suction handles. You can get a dual set or a single option. It gives you or your partner a place to hold onto when things get wild and fast.

Bring the Right Sex Toys

Bring the Right Sex ToysNot all sex has to involve penis-in-vagina (PIV) sex. Sex toys are perfect for shower sex as long as you bring the right ones. Anything without a motor or set of batteries should be fine. Your dildo, anal plug, or manual prostate massager can be a great way to get off in the shower — alone or with a partner.

Before you bring your vibrator or any sex toy that buzzes, make sure it’s waterproof. Be careful with water-resistant products as they usually can’t be submerged in water. Some toys are fine if they get wet but won’t work as well once they’re underwater. Bring your sex toys with you, but choose wisely.

Have Fun!

Have Fun!We tend to put a lot of pressure on ourselves when we have sex, especially if we do something new or adventurous. Hopefully, your shower sex experience is everything you want it to be and rivals porn for its hotness factor. But even if it doesn’t go according to plan, the important thing is to have fun with it.

If something doesn’t work properly, don’t stress out. Switch gears and do something else. If your body makes a funny sound, laugh it off instead of feeling embarrassed. When all else fails, get out of the shower and get busy on dry land instead.


Good shower sex is like any other kind of sex. Do what feels good and make sure your partner has a good time, too. Use whatever tools and enhancements you need and enjoy the moment. Beyond that, nothing else matters.

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