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You always hear that anal sex requires lube, lube, and more lube, and for good reason. Without lube, butt stuff can be painful and even cause some mild bleeding afterward due to any anal tears in the sensitive anal canal tissue. Not every lube is created equal. There are generally three types of lubes: water-based, silicone-based, or oil-based, and each has their benefits and drawbacks. Lube that makes butt stuff less painful sounds too good to be true, because it is. The Woman Nude formula was developed for those with sensitive skin, is odor-free, vegan, flavorless, and made without glycerin, parabens, perfumes, or preservatives.

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Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Glycerin-based and designed to desensitize the area where it applied the china anal balm cream comes in an easy-to-apply 0. To use apply a small amount of the balm to the anal area before beginning any play. After that wait a few minutes before penetration to let the cream become effective.

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Sorry to liken anal sex to food, but if it were a sandwich, then you and your partner would be the slices of bread and lube would be the good stuff inside. Because anal sex without lube would be not only dry, but also pointless. In fact, unlike a sad sammie, lubeless anal sex can actually be dangerous. The friction can cause actual microtears to the skin and anus, leading to infection.
If you're going to have anal sex , then you need to use lube specifically designed for anal sex. That's because the vagina, unlike the anus, doesn't produce natural lubricants during intercourse. Typically for anal sex involving a penis as opposed to, say, pegging , you want to use thicker lube that doesn't require constant reapplication, explains Alicia Sinclair, founder of sex toy brand b-Vibe.