"I just think that people should experiment with it! If lube can make people have more fun, have more sex, and have less discomfort, it's a win-win," says Dr. Cindi Buxton, Naturopathic Physician, and one of the women behind the new Pulse Lubricant Warmer and Dispenser. "It's just going to add an element of ease, comfort, and sensuality, and I think anything that gets people turned on, having sex, and feeling good about themselves is great." Pulse includes both water-based and silicone-based formulas, which can either be used solo, or in the dispenser, which brings their temperature to a comfortable warmth and distributes the perfect amount. Each formula is vegan, gluten-free, and most importantly, vagina-friendly—natural ingredients like aloe and chia extract are even used in the mix—but we couldn't help but wonder, what are the differences between the two? Even in your local drugstore's sexual health aisle (you know, hidden in the back, next to the tampons) water-based and silicone-based lubricants line the shelves, leaving us to ponder which one we should pick up.
INSTYLE - Your Crash Course on Water and Silicone-Based Lubricants
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