Organic anal lube

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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.

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Yes BUT Water Based Anal Lubricant - Lilou Organics

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YES BUT Anal Lube (Organic, Water-Based) – 100ml

Designed specifically to give long-lasting slipperiness and comfort for anal use, this organic anal lube does NOT contain any of the skin-damaging or concerning chemicals typically found in conventional products. It contains NO glycerine, propylene glycol, aspartame, parabens, unpronounceable preservatives like diazolidinyl urea or triethanoloamine or imidazolidinyl urea or polyquaternium see table below. This is not ok for anal play. This means the strength and concentration of the ingredients used also matches these tissues rather than vaginal tissues. Furthermore, glycerin-based lubricants are highly hyper-osmotic which can cause cell damage and irritation to naturally thin, fragile rectal tissue and thus increase the risk of STD transmission through broken tissues.
YES BUT is a new approach to anal lubrication… Designed specifically to give long-lasting slipperiness and comfort for anal use with none of the skin damaging or concerning chemicals typically found in anal lubes. Have a look at our comparison table below. Anal play should never be uncomfortable for either person, so while using lubricant is a must, the value of using an anal lube designed to support these more vulnerable tissues is becoming more recognised. Vaginal lubricants are designed to be acidic.