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Offline tig

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Question about "relaxing lubricants"
« on: October 15, 2013, 11:53:41 pm »
I'm wondering if anyone has used "relaxing lubricants".
These are marketed quite obviously towards anal sex, and most appear to contain some sort of a numbing agent (which sounds kinda dangerous... if it hurts, you should know it hurts!).

However, I've found a couple that don't seem to have a numbing agent (the following are links to product pages on lovehoney.com):

Now I'm a bit skeptical here that these will do what they're supposed to; according to the website linked, the ingredients amount to
  • silicone lube
  • jojoba oil - supposed to be a relaxant
  • sandalwood oil - a scent

Granted, the jojoba is supposed to be a relaxant, but I can get that anywhere (at least, at the local health food store), and I've already got silicone lube.

So the questions:
1) Has anyone tried one of these - or another which is supposed to be "relaxing" - and does it actually relax what it's applied to?
2) Has anyone tried one of these vaginally, and does it help relax there?

Thanks!

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Re: Question about "relaxing lubricants"
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2013, 12:06:57 am »
Update: I read more about "Amyris Balsamifera", one of the ingredients in both above linked products, and found this link which claims, among other properties:
  • antispasmodic
  • calming
  • sedative

Given this information (similar can be found by searching for the extract name) I'm tending to believe that it's at least possible that these products could be relaxing... but I'd still like to hear from people who've tried them.

Also I should add the question
3) If you were using these lubes along with penile sex (ie, you lubed up the hole and then fucked it with a live cock) did it affect the cock much (other than lubing - did the relaxant have an effect on the cock? did it seem to dull anything?).

Here's another commercial page: link
This one mentions using the "Pjur Analyse Muscle Relaxing Lubricant" and states that it is "a good choice for newlywed sex and tense wives who are prone to experience painful sex", which implies they think it'll be used vaginally.

I'm *sure* someone's used it vaginally - any personal anecdotes from FF?

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Re: Question about "relaxing lubricants"
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2013, 08:43:15 am »
my girlfriend and I used the analyze me product and we love it. It lasts a long time and we have used it for anal and vaginal everything. it can be a bit difficult to clean up after but it was well worth the money. Ofcourse we keep a few types of lube for different occasions and sensations. I would say its definately worth trying.

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Re: Question about "relaxing lubricants"
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2013, 12:17:25 am »
I've tried "Fisting Gel Relax" lubricant with a numbing agent. Wanted to test it with really large objects (not new ones though: I want to know what I'm inserting being sure they fit in with no harm) ... and, well, it was a total disappointment. Instead of additional comfort it ended up being a no-sensation session!! Even uncomfortable.
Never again  >:(

 


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