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New Astroglide and Gun Oil water based lubes
  • OnthepathOnthepath
    Posts: 105
    In case you didn’t already know…

    There’s a new Astroglide lube that is glycerin and paraben free. For those of you that have problems with glycerin based lubes giving you the urge to purge, you may want to give this a try. I'm not sure if paraben has the same effect as glycerin when used anally, but according to the info on the CheapLubes site, it can cause irritation and burning with some people.

    Ingredients: Water, Butylene Glycol, Xylitol, Propylene Glycol, Polyquaternium 15

    The Gun Oil H20 water based lube contains Aloe Vera and Vitamin E according to the CheapLubes site. It doesn’t give a complete list of the ingredients though. The manufacturer’s web site doesn't have any additional information either.

    I haven't tried either of these yet but I'm sure I'll add them to my lube collection at some point! :)

    In addition to using them with the Aneros, I'm curious to know how well they work with the Fleshlight. I already like using the original version of Astroglide with the Fleshlight, so I doubt if I'll see any improvement with this newer version. I also like using the silicone based version of Gun Oil for masturbation, but I don't use those types of lube with the Fleshlight. In fact, ILF, the manufacturer of the Fleshlight, now explicitly says to use only water based lubes with the Fleshlight. They were a little vague about the use of silicone based lubes in the past. Do not use silicone or oil based lubes with the Fleshlight.

    If anyone has tried either of these lubes with either the Aneros or the Fleshlight, please post your comments.


  • breonyxbreonyx
    Posts: 19

    The ID Glide lube i found burns. Im not entirely convicned its that great anyhow, it says for topical use only.

    I've switched over to Probe, its very gentle, thick and long lasting. Its more expensive, but, heck, its damn cheap when you look at what your getting.