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Lube that won't dry out
  • inhopeinhope
    Posts: 1,260
    Is there any lube out there, natural or otherwise that is proven not to dry out, or a least take a very long time to do so?

  • silicon but it is no good for your syn!
  • isvaraisvara
    Posts: 1,036
    Caveat: I don't have any anal involuntaries.
    I find sweet almond oil heat mixed with beeswax seems to last forever. I think the mixing with bees wax stops all of the oil in the mix from being absorbed. After an all night sleep with Aneros there is still lubricant inside. I do not know how this mix would work with folk who have full scale Aneros movements.
  • Hello, inhope.

    I've tried all kinds of lube over the past 2+ years of Aneros. Lube durability is important to me since I sleep with one or another Aneros every night. (NOT recommended by manufacturer.) I've settled on an inexpensive and reliable combo that is as slippery as pig snot: a thin coating of Vaseline, covered with a minimal layer of Walnut Oil. The Walnut Oil gets absorbed overnight and the Vaseline does not. The oil contains Omega-3, so it's a win-win.



  • "as slippery as pig snot".  It gets funnier each time I hear you say that Dave.
  • There is a piggery down the road. Do you think they would look at me strangely if I collected pig snot  :D
    Maybe a bit stranger if they ask what I want it for!
  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,782
    Any oil based lube will not dry out. I prefer 100% unrefined shea butter, specifically the Now Foods brand. It's a natural tree nut oil. But there is all kinds of options, coconut oil is another popular one, as is Rumel's natural jelly. Vasoline is a petroleum based oil lube that a lot of people like, but I prefer not to use as I don't feel it is healthy. 

    Here's the main shea butter thread:

    Rumel's Natural Jelly recipe:

  • BadgerBadger
    Posts: 777

    I trying something new (to me) to replace my Vaseline, and it's called Alba Un-Petroleum Jelly.  I got it in a squeeze tube, and on the first try, I noticed that it melted a little easier and at a lower temp than Vaseline.  It seemed to be quite slippery, but was only a short (<45 min) session, so I'm not sure how effective it is.

    But, so far, so good.

  • Love_isLove_is
    Posts: 1,782
    @Badger - Interesting! I have not heard of this product prior to you mentioning it here. Let us know how effective it works in the long term.
  • schitzschitz
    Posts: 33
    Probe thick and rich is pretty awesome. Do
    A search for the flax seed recipe cause its great too.