Outta juice? Listed below are our top recommendations for what you can use in the absence of lubrication. Believe it or not, there are a few common household products that can be used as safe substitutes in case your lube supply comes to an unexpected end.


What is Lube?
Lube is a liquid or gel that is especially designed to lessen friction and facilitate penetration while you're getting hot and heavy.

It helps make your sexual activity a lot more enjoyable, whether you're engaging in some anal action, rubbing one out on your own, or the good ol’ P in the V. Do keep in mind that there are many different kinds of lubes available, each created specifically for certain types of sexual play. Later in the article, we'll go into more detail on this;

Why use Lube?
Being called "the slippery stuff," ain’t a typo. This fluid mixture is made to reduce chafing so you can rock out comfortably. (Hot Tip: Lubricants will increase your sexual enjoyment!)

Despite being a self-lubricating organ, the vagina sometimes fails to produce enough lubricant for a satisfying experience. Vaginal dryness is naturally common, caused by instances such as hormone level changes (drastic or minor), medications to even where you are on your cycle. And that's where our trusty lubricant tube comes into play.

Heads up: these instances can not only affect vaginal dryness, but can also take a toll on your libido. We have two blog posts that speak on this topic!

Lube also helps reduce the chance of any potential breakages or fissures, which can potentially help keep you protected from Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). 

It is an absolute MUST for all things anal. Unlike the vajango, your booty hole isn’t self-lubricating, so you need to lather your ring and whatever else you plan on putting up your patootie, with plenty of love juice to make for a pain-free, pleasurable experience.


Types of Lubricants

Like all fun things in life, it comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. The ideal lubricant depends on a variety of things. The optimum type of lube for the job will depend on the type of sexual activity you indulge in, the condoms you use, and even the toys you play with. 

Water-Based Lube.

Silicone-Based Lube.

Anal Lube.

Oil-Based Lube.

All of which are available on our website.

Lube alternatives
Have you ever pondered, ‘... Well, what now?’ When you’ve run out? Fortunately for you, we’ve done the research to refrain you from using something that seems safe but actually isn’t, on your parts.

Chances are, you’ve got one or two of these lying around your house. Here are five of our fave lube options for when you’re new out of pushing paste.

Olive oil. Aloe Vera. Virgin Coconut Oil. Avocado Oil. Vitamin E Oil.

By Aimee Noguera - Stay Qreative


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