The most common type of lubricant is usually available in both glycerin and glycerin-free types. These water-based lubricants can be applied to any condom and do not cause them to rupture.
Also, if your partner’s vagina is sensitive, we recommend that you get a water-based glycerin-free lubricant to minimize irritation of the inner surface of the vagina and make your partner feel relaxed during and after sex.
Oil based gels
Oil-based lubricant gels are usually produced in two types, natural and synthetic. Natural lubricants include avocado, coconut, olive or vegetable butter. These oils are very suitable for both sexual intercourse and genital massage and do not harm the vagina.
But lubricants based on synthetic or mineral oils such as Vaseline can only be used for external use and should not be used for sexual intercourse. In addition, applying this type of lubricant gel to latex condoms (especially thinner types) can cause rupture and increase the risk of disease transmission or unwanted pregnancy. If you use these lubricants for sex, you may also have vaginal infections and inflammatory problems.
Silicone based lubricant
Silicone-based lubricant gels have the greatest lubricating effect. These materials are completely odorless, tasteless and colorless and their lubricating effect is much longer than the other two types of water and oil based. These types of lubricants, unlike water and oil based types, eliminate the need for you to reuse the gel during sex, and if you use it before penetration, you will see the lubricating effect until the end of your relationship.