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Lube War: Anal Lube VS Vaginal Lube

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Lube War: Anal Lube VS Vaginal Lube

 

often called and asked: "What is the difference between anal lubrication and vaginal lubrication?" In this regard, we decided to summarize the main points in the use of this or that lubricant.

 

Perhaps everyone knows that a lubricant helps to make sex especially sensual and comfortable, and sometimes, even in principle. Its place in intimate life cannot be underestimated, because sometimes it is impossible to do without lubrication, and in principle. The modern sex industry has made sure that each of us can find for himself exactly "his" lubricant that meets the needs and is suitable for a particular sex. Therefore, in this business, as experienced lovers know, there are no trifles, and such, at first glance, a trifle like anal lubrication, can significantly increase the pleasure of sex, add a special taste and completely dissolve in it. Moreover, vaginal lubrication cannot cope with the task assigned to the anal one. And, of course, below, we will provide a lot of serious arguments to prove this.

 

The history of the emergence of lubricants in the sex industry

 

As we know it and as the sex industry offers us, the modern lubricant comes from the 19th century. His invention is credited to the talented chemist Francis Guarier. Having signed a contract with an engineering company to develop a lubricant for mechanical parts, he spent the day and slept in his laboratory to receive the remuneration due. A few weeks later, his wife got tired of it, who made a scandal for him right at the workplace, reproaching him for not paying enough attention to herself. But, as they say, cute scold - only amuse themselves. It all ended with amazing sex, before which, the scientist forgot to wash his hands. After he caressed his wife with them in intimate places, she said that she liked it, after which the man seriously thought about how and for what the lubricant could be used. They say

 

Now, the choice is truly limitless, and sometimes it seems that there is no limit to it, and people who are not versed in this may even think that there is no difference other than volume or design. However, this is a very erroneous and superficial opinion, therefore, you need to know that anal lubricant and vaginal lubricant are not the same things at all. More precisely, each of them is ideally suited for one or another type of sex. Therefore, it is worth dwelling on this topic, and in more detail to understand the question, "What is the difference?"

 

The anal lube is thicker

 

First of all, you should know that anal lubrication, no matter what basis it is, no matter what properties or aroma it has, is always thicker than vaginal. The reason for this lies on the surface. A natural lubricant is released from the vagina, even if it is not sufficiently hydrated, which cannot be said about the anus or rectum. Therefore, during anal sex, all hope is placed on the items of intimate cosmetics, which, due to their dense structure, are designed for a long-term presence, sufficient for such intercourse to be ideally comfortable and safe. But vaginal lubrication, which is lighter, is quickly absorbed and dries up, so its application may not even be enough for the time it takes to gently and painlessly insert the penis, vibrator, or dildo into the anus.

 

Further, attention should be paid to the properties that such a lubricant may have to make intimacy even more joyful, safe and pleasant.

 

Anal lubrication may include an antiseptic

 

Since anal sex, for obvious reasons, is not as hygienic as vaginal sex, there is anal lubrication, with a special antiseptic, which is designed to destroy bacteria that have got on the penis, and then avoid them getting into the vagina. In addition, it is an argument to try all the delights of such sex, if one of the partners is squeamish or especially anxious about health.

 

Anal lubrication with cooling and warming effects

 

Many women needlessly and unjustifiably avoid anal sex, believing that it hurts. In fact, this is nothing more than a myth supported by those who have not tried it, since, in fact, it all depends on the skill and patience of the partner. Moreover, those who love this kind of sex, authoritatively declare that the pleasure received, from him, is not less, and sometimes even more than from vaginal! However, for such cases, there is a special anal lubricant with a cooling effect. The lidocaine present in it slightly freezes the anus, from which, the pain will certainly not be felt. And as we can see again, vaginal lubrication cannot have this effect. At the same time, it should be understood that neither the woman nor her partner will feel special pleasure since the nerve endings will not have such sensitivity. Therefore,

 

As for preparing the anus for sex, it will not be superfluous to keep in mind the lubricant with a warming effect. It will cause an additional rush of blood to the intimate place, help to relax and make sex even more sensual and enjoyable.

 

And, of course, no extreme fisting lover would say that vaginal lubrication is the right choice for her entertainment. This process takes time to warm up, stretch, penetrate itself and directly caress. Therefore, no matter what fisting is, anal or vaginal, either anal lubrication or a special lubricant intended for this must be present.

 

Apply vaginal lubricant only to the penis

 

Whichever anal lubricant you choose, you should be generous in applying it anyway. For example, vaginal lubrication can be applied only to the penis, and then systematically distributed along the walls of the vagina, since it has a more adapted opening than the anus. But before anal sex, lubrication should be present both on the penis and, most importantly, at the entrance to the anus and in the sphincter itself. Then, you can be sure of the most exciting pleasure. Moreover, the very process of when the lubricant is applied can be turned into foreplay, since many men are quite excited by this.

 

Water-based or silicone-based?

 

However, vaginal and anal lubrication have something in common that should be considered. Both can be water-based or silicone-based. And if the water is really universal, although it is absorbed faster, then the second is not compatible with toys that are made of cyber leather or silicone. This should definitely be considered if you have an anal vibrator made of similar material.

 

Yes, of course, someone will say that anal lubrication or vaginal lubrication does not make that much difference. However, we with knowledge of the matter can objectively say that, yes, but it's like eating soup with a fork. Of course, it is possible. But how pleasant and convenient is it? And sex, as one of the main components of our life, should be just fabulous and bring nothing but joy and satisfaction from the process. Therefore, if the vaginal lubricant has long become your "friend and helper", then try to make sure that anal lubricant is also always present on your bedside table. Believe me, the difference in sensations from anal sex, and most importantly the pleasure, will be simply amazing!

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