Nature Labs Cosmic Bear Glow in the Dark Lubricant

Have some fun with the Nature Labs, Cosmic Bear Glow in the Dark Lubricant

Try our brand new Cosmic Bear Glow In The Dark Lubricant. That’s right, for the first time ever, GLOWING lubricant! No matter how dark the room is you’ll never lose this bottle of lube! You loved to play spaceman as a kid and now it’s even more fun as an adult. Explore the cosmos and your partner with the lights off and get that Glow In The Dark rocket to the moon. Safe Non Toxic, Non Staining, Water Based & Easy Water Clean Up. Made with premium ingredients

Watch the Product Demonstration on Nature Lab Lubricants below:

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The Nature Lovin’ Lubricant lines contain three key ingredients.

First carrageenan, this substance comes from red seaweed and has been shown in studies to prevent the spread of HPV (Human papillomavirus). Second is L-lysine, which is an amino acid that suppresses viral replication and inhibits the herpes simplex virus. Then royal jelly, which is derived from honey bees and is given only to the queen bee. Royal jelly has been used for thousands of years as a cure-all, its use dates all the way back to ancient Egypt. Royal jelly contains vitamins A, C, D, E, B1, B2, B3, B6. and B12. It is also a good source of folic acid and amino acids. These amino acids are essential for growth and repair of our cells and tissues and are thought to be of great importance in helping combat ‘free radicals’ in the body.

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Experience anal pleasure with the right kind of lube

Experience anal pleasure with the right kind of lube

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Anal sex. It’s the sex act that some people can’t get enough of or can make people run in the opposite direction. It has absolutely nothing to do with sexual orientation and is one of the few sex acts that everyone is capable of being on the receiving “end” of. Oftentimes, people experience pain and discomfort during anal penetration and that has to do with the lack of the three must-haves for pleasurable anal penetration: Relaxation, Communication, and most of all, Lubrication. Let’s look at each one of them in more detail.

Relaxation is key in order to open up and allow for penetration. Guess what? The anatomy of EVERYONE’S sphincter muscles is the same! The sphincter is made of rings of muscles beginning with the outer ring that one can see when given the opportunity. It has a brownish tinge to it surrounding the pucker of skin that is the anus. The inner sphincter is somewhat visible by gently pushing out as if starting a bowel movement and will have a much brighter, soft pink tone to it. The goal is to relax these normally tight muscles to allow for penetration by fingers, toys, or a penis.

Communication is key in order to have one’s partner not force themselves into an unrelaxed anus. This is what can contribute to having a painful, instead of pleasurable, experience. Communication is about letting them know to ease up, slow down, or continue because the sphincter muscles are relaxed enough to accept what is being put inside. Oftentimes, when the receiver is the one controlling the pace of insertion, they will be aware of how relaxed their sphincter muscles are and can let their partner know when to proceed.

Last, but certainly not least, Lubrication is key in keeping things slippery and sliding enough not to cause excessive friction and tearing the delicate anal tissue. Yes, the interior of the rectum is thinner skin than one might think and using PLENTY of lube is always mandatory. There is no naturally occurring lubrication in the anus and rectum so using plenty of lube will always contribute to a more pleasurable anal experience. First apply lubrication to the outside of the anus, then begin to gently push it in which will also relax the anus as well. Continue to apply lube generously, before and especially during, penetration.

Speaking of lube, we are especially proud of our latest product, BackSlide, which is made specifically for anal penetration. We have spent the past two years developing this lube in order to get it to the right consistency and have the perfect ingredients. Wonderfully thickBackSlide won’t slide off fingers, toys or penises and is silicone based so not as much as is needed vs. a water based lube (silicone contains no water and therefore doesn’t evaporate and or sticky). BackSlide contains clove extract which helps to naturally and gently desensitize the anal area. Another unique ingredient in BackSlide is spilanthes extract, an herb native to Brazil, which is a natural muscle relaxant that gently works while using BackSlide.

So remember the three must-haves for pleasurable anal penetration and use plenty of lube! And have a good time while you’re at it….

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