Best Sex Lubricants for Women

Best Sex Lubricants for Women


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Guides To Personal Lubricants


What does personal lubricant do to your sex experience?

80% of women have experienced pain during sex, The leading cause for it is vaginal dryness. As common as it is, we believe there's no reason to put up with the pain. Personal lubricants alleviate skin friction make the mechanical friction that happens during sex smooth and fluid to prevent skin irritation.

When to use personal lubricant?

Personal lubricants can be underrated: they come in handy in so many situations, but we do not always think of using them. There are so many ways to use lube! Obviously, they are a great way to make sex with partner even better: use them for foreplays and penetrative sex for frictionless caresses and cushioned-up in-and-out movements. They are also an unexpected friend during menstruation. And for your solo sessions, you can use them with vibrators!

Can I use lubricants for anal sex?

You SHOULD use lubricant for anal sex. The anus does not self-lubricate and anal penetration without lubricant can be very painful.

Can I use lubricant during pregnancy?

If you have checked the ingredient list and it does not contain harmful ingredient for your body, you can absolutely use lubricants when pregnant. Actually, with all the hormonal changes that your body undergoes during pregnancy, lubricant can be a welcome aid to make sex pleasurable for you!

What types of sex lubricants are the most hygienic?

Water-based lubricants are the most hygienic types of lubricants according to gynecologists, because they are the easiest for the body to wash off.

Are your sex lubricants safe for my body?

Our lubricants are the safest to your body

First of all, they do not contain paraben or fragrance. Second of all, we use the purest form for each ingredient, making them pharma-graded. This means our lubricants are as safe to your body as products used in a hospital.

We use only 5 ingredients and we are 100% transparent about them: Carbomer: a thickener that alters the viscosity in the product. pharma-grade (US), no allergens

Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate : an anti-stinging, anti-inflammatory natural plant extract used to counter irritiation caused by mechanical friction during sexual activity. It is used by some luxury Japanese skin care and French skin care brands

Sodium Benzoate : a salt used as a natural preservative to prevent microbial growth, instead of using parabens as many other lubricant brands, as parabens are deemed bu the US FDA as potentially dangerous (carcinogenic) .

Refined Glycerine : a water-soluble synthetic used to make the lubricant slippery. It is used in skin care products to retain moisture on skin Methyl Propanediol : a water solubilizer added to give velvety- silky feel during and after use. It is a brand new product on the market, that we have chosen because it is the highest grade available and it provides benefits of silicone (increased slipperiness) without using silicone (silicone lubricants not compatible with sex toys. This makes our lubricants far more slippery and silky than other water-based lubricants.

We have been certified CE Mark 2A, which means that the formulation, manufacturing processes and claims have been reviewed by an independent EU body.

If you have any further questions regarding the safety of Smile Makers products, please contact us at

Are your intimate lubricants edible?

Yes, Smile Makers lubricants are edible. The formulation is Pharma grade and not hazardous to ingest. We don't recommend eating it but if accidentally ingested, you can drink some water to dilute it.

Why do you use glycerine in your lubricants?

There is misperception around the correlation of glycerine in lubricants and yeast infections. There is no medical/scientific literature that our research and development have found that shows a direct connection between glycerine in lubricants and vaginal yeast infections.

Glycerine is a sugar alcohol, but not a sugar. The term 'sugar alcohol' - and the fact that glycerine is sweet (and sometimes used as a sweetener) - leads to it being confused with sugar that feeds bacterial growth. But glycerine does not 'glycate' (convert to sugar) with topical use on skin, only when ingested. So, if you are prone to yeast infections, it's worth looking into avoiding food or supplements that contain glycerine, but not necessarily skincare products since these are not ingested.

There are real sugar derivatives that can be used in lubricants (especially for scent and flavor) that would help grow yeast, but we do not use them.

Of course, there may be cases where a person can be hypersensitive to certain compounds, so it is not impossible that someone would have a negative reaction to glycerine. But here is where the purity level makes a big difference. Our glycerine is pharma-grade and refined, meaning it has gone through multiple purification steps as well as testing that lower grades do not need to go through. Not only is the product itself purer, but because of this we need to use far less to get the same effect. So, in fact, we have a very small glycerine % to achieve the moisturizing and lubricating effect we want.

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