All sex feels better with lube

The right lubricant can make sex better and safer – think of it as a helper to pleasurable sex. And most important, it makes things more fun!

Discover our reasons why it’s time you got to grips with lube!

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Helps to enrich sex and all types of foreplay: Foreplay, Couple Play, Solo Play, Flavoured Play, Cheeky Play. Sex is better with lube.

Yes. Durex personal lubes can help ease vaginal dryness. Durex Sensilube is close to your body’s natural moisture and is moisturising and comforting. Personal lubricants can help to supplement intimate moisture as needed.

The amount of personal lubricant you will need will vary on the body’s natural lubrication level Start with a small amount and gently apply with your fingertips. add more whenever and wherever you feel the need or urge.

Yes. Pick the right lubricant to use in combination with condoms. Durex lubes can be used with Durex condoms.

Yes. While practicing safe sex during your pregnancy, you should stick to water-based intimate lubricants. We always recommend checking the ingredients and avoiding fragrances, parabens, and glycerin. Be sure to contact your healthcare provider if your vaginal discharge changes in any way after sex with lubricant while pregnant.

Durex lubricants are sugar free and safe to ingest. It should be noted, however, that they are not food.

All Durex Lubes are compatible with solo rides, we recommend the Durex 2 in 1 Massage range and Durex Natural Lubricant. Durex Aloe Vera Massage Lube is a perfect option for self-pleasure.

Coconut oil is a popular product; however, it is not ideal to use as a lube. Coconut oil has antimicrobial properties, which may disrupt the vaginal pH balance leading to infections (like yeast infections). Oils and oil-based substances also weaken latex products, like condoms, which can mean you would be putting yourself at risk of condom breakage.

We recommend using Durex lubes as they mimic natural lubrication. Using other household options like saliva, oil, and moisturizer can cause you to possibly run the risk of yeast infections and condom breakage.

It isn’t recommended. Mineral oil-based products like baby oil can increase your risk of vaginal infection and can break down latex condoms.

Yes, Durex lubes are formulated with ingredients that are safe for use on the skin and intimate areas. However, it is always a good idea to check the ingredients list to make sure you are not allergic to any of them. If you experience any irritation or discomfort, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.

Durex lubes should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures or moisture.

The longevity of Durex lubes varies depending on the type of lube and how much is used. Water-based lubes may need to be reapplied more frequently than silicone-based lubes, for example. As a general rule, reapply as needed to maintain the desired level of lubrication. There is no such thing as too much lube! Slide into new experience with Durex lube.

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