Why use a personal lubricant?
There are so many reasons why one would choose to use a personal lubricant. First and foremost would be to assist in providing pleasure and comfort during intimate activity. When using condoms, the use of an added lubricant provides more sensation for both partners as well as lessens the chances of condom breakage. Other reasons may be stemmed to a medical condition or the natural aging process. It's in these times that personal lubricant can make up for what nature can't.
What ingredients are used in ID products?
Only the highest quality, safest ingredients are found in our products. No one uses higher quality ingredients than we do! We carefully research each ingredient we use to ensure it meets our high standards. Each product is extensively laboratory tested to make sure our customers have the best experience possible.
What is the main difference between silicone based lubricants and water based lubricants?
Both our water-based and silicone lubricants are great products. The choice of one over the other often comes down to personal choice. Our water-based products have a wonderful, natural feel and are very slippery! On the other hand our silicone-based ID Millennium is lighter in consistency and has less slip, but lasts and lasts. All water-based lubricants dry eventually as the water will evaporate. Many silicone lubricants (including ID Millennium) contain no water so they are exceptionally long lasting.
There are other differences too. Both types are safe with latex and polyurethane. We recommend using water-based lubricant with toys. If the toy is made of silicone, silicone based lubricant will break down the material. (It becomes sticky!) Silicone lubricant works underwater so it is the choice for the shower or bath. But be careful! Silicone is very slippery and will remain on bath surfaces until washed away with soap and water. While both lubricants are moisturizers and can be left on, our water-based products rinse off easily with water. ID Millennium can be washed away with soap and water.
Which ID lubricant is compatible with latex and polyurethane?
All ID Lubricants are latex and polyurethane compatible, with the exception of ID him Cream.
Why do people choose ID over competitors?
With #1 selling sensual products ID's personal lubricants enhance the pleasure, comfort and safety of intimate sexual experiences. Using only premium quality ingredients, our products are manufactured to strict standards and surpass all health, safety and FDA requirements in the USA and also hold Australian TGA (Therapeutic Goods Association) approval. As our product line offers a variety of lubricants that are FDA and TGA approved, pure silicone, water or oil based, flavoured and sensation enhancing, ID is a trusted brand that people choose more often.
I have sensitive skin and allergies. What type of lubricant should I use?
ID Moments was developed for people with sensitive skin. It's delicate, ultra-mild and hypoallergenic. As with any product one should confirm that they are not allergic to any of the ingredients before use. If not sure contact your doctor for more information.
Why would I want to use flavoured lubricant?
Flavoured lubricants – like all 12 varieties of ID Juicy Lube can definitely lend excitement to your lovemaking as they make oral sex much more enjoyable, and can mask the smell of latex from condoms. If you’re using condoms, make sure the lube you choose is safe to use with them.
Are all ID Products safe for use by both men and women?
All ID products are safe for use by healthy members of either sex, however due to its oil-based formula, ID Cream should only be used for external male stimulation.
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