Disclaimer: This post is adult in nature and therefore only intended for a mature audience.
As you may imagine from the amount of sex toy reviews that are published here every week, sometimes a little helper is necessary in making sure things run as smoothly and comfortably as possible. I consider lube to be a necessity when it comes to sexual encounters, whether you’re with your partner or just playing solo with your favorite toy. It makes your entire experience a great deal more enjoyable for everyone involved and without it, you could wind up feeling sore or experiencing some mild discomfort because of how sensitive and fragile a woman’s intimate tissues are.
I have explored and tested a few different lubricants; not a ton, but I’m one of those people who when I find something I like, I tend to stick to it and not rock the boat too much. This is especially true when we’re talking about chemicals and ingredients that have the ability to irritate your skin if you don’t pay special attention to what is used in something you’ve decided to try. Fascinations recently gave me the opportunity to try out a new lubricant made specifically with a woman’s needs in mind.
Pink Water is a water-based lubricant that is glycerin free and is fortified with Aloe Vera, making it extremely gentle on your skin and it’s safe for those of you out there who have to worry about allergies and skin irritation.
The first thing you will notice about Pink Water is that it is not merely a ‘flip cap open and squeeze desired amount of lube onto your hand, fingers, penis, toy, etc.’ kind of lube. It has a very classy and just plain pretty bottle, which is plastic so it won’t break if it falls onto the floor, gets thrown into your bed table drawer or toy box, or if you have the undying urge to play catch and it’s the only thing around. There is a pale blue cover protecting where the lube is dispensed from which can easily be taken right off and when it is, you see that this lube has the best spout ever! Just by pumping the top of the bottle, a small portion of lube is dispensed. The lube does have a tendency to drip onto the bottle itself and dribbles a bit, but the excess lube can be easily wiped away.
One of the best things about Pink Water is that it doesn’t take a lot to get you sufficiently lubed up. Just two to three pumps of the dispenser will give you enough to last a while and a little goes a very long way. After a significant amount of time, I’d say around a half hour or so, it can become sticky but I think that has more to do with your natural fluids mixing with the lube itself. Pink Water is a highly concentrated formula, but washes off skin and sensitive areas very easily so you won’t be washing for what seems like forever wondering when this slick liquid will finally leave your body.
Since I received my bottle of Pink Water, I have not used any other lube; I haven’t even thought another type of lube I have would suit a specific need better because Pink Water does the trick for me every time. It is safe to use with all of my toys, even my lovely silicone toys, and it has been extremely gentle on my skin and body. The only thing that Pink Water failed to lube up sufficiently and comfortably was the recently-reviewed Taffy Tickler Water Buddy and well, after reading my review you will understand that nothing could make that a comfortable experience, so I’m not holding that against it.
I love my Pink Water, it is definitely something I would buy again and again and I think anyone out there in the market for some phenomenal lube should definitely give it a shot.