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Product Review: Spunk Pure Silicone by @SpunkLube

August 22nd, 2013 2 comments

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Ooo, what’s that?

So you’ve read about Spunk Hybrid, and Spunk Pink. How’s about a pure silicone, body safe, paraben free version? Spunk’s got one of those, too, and it’s aptly named Spunk Pure Silicone.

What’d it come in?

It came in discreet packaging and the bottles were sealed. The bottle is recyclable like the other Spunk products. But again…no pump top. I want pump tops!

Edited to add: I’ve since spoken with the manufacturer about the pump top situation. He says he tested this lube with tons, and TONS of pump tops, and with every single one, it leaked. No pump tops, then! Leaky lube is no good. Either way, the top on this one isn’t bad. It doesn’t leak, and it’s easy to gauge how much or how little your putting in your hands. Read more…

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Product Review: Spunk Pink by @SpunkLube

August 22nd, 2013 Comments off
Ignore the water droplets. It was the only way to keep the cat hair off!

Ignore the water droplets. It was the only way to keep the cat hair off!

Ooo, what’s that?

If you read my review on Spunk Hybrid, and you were hoping for a Glycerine free version, Spunk Pink by D. Enterprises is the lube for you. It’s the same basic formula, same look and feel, just without Glycerine.

Plus? It’s pink. So, you know, added cool points for you pink lovers. My sister would LOVE this lube.

What’d it come in?

The packaging was discreet, and the bottles were sealed, but that’s honestly as much as I remember. I’m the type that latches on to negative stuff, so if there was something negative, I’d remember that! The bottle the lube’s actually in is made of the same recyclable plastic as Spunk Hybrid, but it doesn’t have a pump top.  Read more…

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Product Review: Spunk Hybrid by @SpunkLube

August 16th, 2013 2 comments

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Ooo, what’s that?

Have you ever masturbated with cum? Wished you could, but were afraid of the potential STIs? This lube is for you. It’s Spunk Lube by D. Enterprises.

What’d it come in?

You know, I’ve already forgotten. I mean, I remember the package was discreet, and the bottles were all sealed, but I can’t, for the life of me, remember what KIND of package it was in. Oops. I guess I shoulda written it down.

The lube itself is in a pump top recyclable plastic bottle. All lube should have tops like this one. It sticks out far enough so that you can put your hand under it, and dispense the goo with no mess. I love this concept. Lube is messy enough without having to futz around with the lid. Read more…

Product Review: Toyfluid by Fun Factory

August 20th, 2010 Comments off

41978Ooo, what’s that?

I’ve been babbling about it for… weeks? Months? It’s Fun Factory’s Toyfluid, and it’s my all time fave.

I know… I know… A lot of my most recent purchases have been my all time faves.  But here’s the thing… I’ve been buying really quality products lately! And you can, too, if you use coupon code “D24” for 15% off your entire purchase!

What’d it come in?

Toyfluid comes in that nifty silver bottle you see to the right, there.  Mine, however, instead of having “Love yourself!” up the side of the bottle, has it written on the bottom of the red and tan label, complete with ingredients, and pictures of the LAYAspot, Delight, Smart Balls, and what appears to be Heartbreaker II, though I could be wrong.  It’s one of their various g-spot vibes, at any rate.

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Product Review: Better Sex Essentials Liquid Lubricant by Sinclair Intimacy Institute

November 6th, 2009 Comments off

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Better Sex Essentials Liquid Lubricant, by Sinclair Intimacy Institute, is a water based, glycerin and L-Arginine free lube.  It’s hypoallergenic, non-toxic and latex compatible.  It’s recommended by experts, doesn’t stain and lasts damn near forever regardless how you use it.  And there was no animal testing in the production of this lube.

What’d it come in?

This lube comes in an eight ounce, clear recyclable plastic bottle with a flip top lid.  On the front is a green sticker, decorated with lines and circles, telling you what it is.  On the back is a clear sticker with green writing listing the lube’s claims to fame, ingredients, directions and a warning.  Read more…

Product Review: Sliquid H2O by Sliquid LLC

September 11th, 2009 Comments off

L-SLIQH20_1_dtI shy away from serious anal play for two reasons:

  1. It’s embarrassing when it’s messy.
  2. Shoving a giant rubber plug in a too small hole with no lube leaves said too small hole out of commission forever.

We have never owned lube.  Ever.

Sure, the occasional toy comes with a sample of Astroglide, but, more often than not, we just threw them out.  I’m twenty-nine years old! Why do I need lube?

Anal play.  Desperately need lube for anal play.  I have never owned a water-based, non-shitty lube before.  No, really.

So after I tried Sliquid Splash, I asked M if I could purchase Sliquid H2O.

It’s slick and long lasting.  Paraben and glycerine free.  And washes off with no trouble.

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