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Want to crank up the temperature in your sex life? Why not add an extra heat dimension to your sex life with tingling and warming lube. Experience a more sensual experience with the element of heat that comes with tingle stimulating lube. It’s a fun and unique way to bring more fun and play into the bedroom with your partner.
Tingle lube and warming lubes are favourites among those who enjoy more sensual sex and play. Their ingredients stimulate the body’s neuroreceptors for heat and cold to enhance arousal during foreplay and penetration. No matter what the weather is like outside, you can always get hot under the covers with warm sensation lubricant.
This type of lube can be used for both vaginal and anal sex, but there are a few things to consider when choosing the best tingling lubricant for either (but more on that below!)
There are plenty of benefits of using tingle lube in general. For example, it can enhance sexual pleasure and safety by reducing dryness and friction. It’s also a must for anal sex given the anus doesn’t self-lubricate. Lube is mostly versatile and can be used by anyone regardless of age, gender, and sexual preference.
Tingling lubrication and self-warming lube is popular for cranking up the heat and sensual experience of sex and foreplay. Sensual sex and play can be an intimate way to explore yourself or your partner to understand one another more - unusual textures, temperatures can be a great tool.
As you experiment with tingling lubrication and self-warming lube, ask yourself how it feels. Do you like it? Is it uncomfortable? It can help you understand your body better and your partner's pleasure points, which inevitably will lead to better sex.
The tingle stimulating lube you choose all depends on your needs and preference. Most are made using glycerol and glycerine. However, these ingredients break down into sugar and encourage unwanted bacteria and yeast overgrowth for women. Therefore, it’s best to use a warming lube that’s easy to wash away and practice intimate hygiene with, such as a water-based tingle stimulating lube.
Most warming lube or tingle lube is water-based, which is perfectly fine for anal sex. Most warming lube has ingredients like glycerol and glycerine that create a gentle warming and tingling sensation to intimate areas. Some say this can enhance arousal in sex and make orgasms feel more intense. For others, self-warming lube amplifies the temperature for a friskier touch. Some are made with a silicone or oil base when it comes to tingling lubrication. Oil-based lubes are not compatible with condoms, and silicone lubes are not compatible with silicone sex toys. For anal sex and most types of sex, water-based tingle lube is most likely the best option.
It’s important to remember that warm sensation lubricants and tingle lubes aren’t for everyone. Tingle stimulating lube can be great fun for some, while others might find it uncomfortable. If you tend to be more sensitive down there or have ever experienced a burning sensation in penetration or using other forms of lubes, then it’s best to avoid warming lube as this can make these reactions worse. Cinnamon flavouring is often included in the ingredients of warm sensation lubricants. Therefore, check the ingredients before you buy to avoid potential allergic reactions. If you are not allergic and okay regarding sensitivity, you can first test out warming lube on another non-genital area. Try using some on your lips or nipples to see how it feels. If you don’t have any reactions or discomfort then go, get hot under the covers! Water-based warming lubes are easier to wash off too.