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Best Lubricants for Women

The Best Lubricant Products for Women

Great for use during sex, with sex toys and more, lubricants can really enhance your sex life.

Whether you suffer from vaginal dryness or you’re simply not getting as wet as you would like, there’s a lubricant for everyone.

Within this article, we have rounded up some of our four favorites, game-changing lubricants – trust us, you’ll wonder where they’ve been all your life!

What is Lube?

When you’re aroused, your vagina typically becomes lubricated, getting it ready for action.

However, many women experience vaginal dryness, meaning they can’t get wet so easily. The good news is, if you’re suffering from vaginal dryness, lubricants can reduce friction and irritation during sex, making it more enjoyable and comfortable!

But what is a lubricant?  A lubricant is a liquid or gel that can be applied during sex in order to make the vulva, vagina, or anal area wetter. There are lots of different lubes available to cater for different needs.

Recommended Natural Lubricants 

Natural lubricants, vaginal moisturizers and intimate washes are certified organic, guaranteed pure and natural. This means that they are all free from parabens, hormones, glycerine and known skin irritants, making them gentle on the skin. Designed to hydrate and alleviate vaginal dryness and combat symptoms associated with other vulval conditions, natural lubricants are also rich and soothing.


Available in a range of sizes and variants, you’re sure to find a natural lubricant to meet your needs. We have a great range available, AH! YES WB Natural Water-Based Lubricants and AH! YES OB Plant Oil-Based Personal Lubricants. 

Recommended Lubricants for Sex

If you’re looking to give your sex life a boost and spice things up in the bedroom department, there are lots of different lubricants that you can use for sex, including the AH! YES WB water-based natural lubricant. This water-based lubricant will enhance sexual pleasure and sensitivity, while rapidly relieving dryness and discomfort.

AH! YES organic lubes are also a great option for intercourse. Silky smooth with aloe vera for added moisture, they’re unscented, flavorless and water-based, meaning they wash off easily and can be used with any sex toys or condoms.

Recommended Lubricants for Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal dryness can have a huge impact on the quality of your sex life, resulting in painful sex caused by increased levels of friction. The good news is, there are lubricants and moisturizers out there that are perfect for combatting vaginal dryness, including the AH! YES VM – natural vaginal moisturizer and AH! YES WB natural water-based lubricants.

Recommended Lubricants for Sensitive Skin 

If you have sensitive skin, do not fear… you can still use lubricants! In fact, there are products out there that have been designed to prevent irritation on sensitive skin. Water-based lubricants are best tolerated and we have a great range of water-based lubricants. Lubricants made with all-natural ingredients are also a great option.

Best Natural Lubricant for Menopause Dryness 

Just because your body is changing, doesn’t mean you can’t have mind-blowing sex! Natural lubricants for menopause dryness will take your sex life to new heights, including AH! YES OB natural plant-oil based personal lubricant as well as our fantastic range of water-based lubricants.

Perfect for prolonged lovemaking and richly nourishing, providing soothing relief, and fun in the bedroom should never come to a halt just because you are going through menopause.

Long Lasting Moisture 

If you’re looking for long-lasting moisture, AH! YES VM – natural vaginal moisturizer should be your first port of call! This long-lasting natural vaginal moisturizing gel is designed to match the typical vaginal environment with none of the skin damaging or concerning chemicals typically found in vaginal moisturizers.

AH! YES WB natural water-based lubricants can also be used to ease painful sex and provide long-lasting non-sticky glide when you need it most.


How to choose the right lubricant?

When choosing the perfect lubricant for your needs, you should ask yourself: what does the lubricant do, what’s in the lubricant, does it fit your requirements in terms of ease of use and longevity, and is it within budget?

What Foods increase female lubrication?

A number of different foods are thought to help increase female lubrication including sweet potatoes, yogurts, plant fats, apples, soy and avocados.

Is Baby Oil good for Lube? 

No, you shouldn’t use baby oil as a sexual lubricant. It is renowned for causing condom problems and skin irritation.

Is Olive Oil Safe to use as a Lubricant? 

Olive oil is considered a safe and effective lube, providing there’s no penetration.

Can Aloe Vera be used as a Lubricant?

Yes, aloe vera gel is a suitable natural lubricant. In fact, it is used in a wide range of lubricant products that you can buy over the counter.

How do you apply Lubricant? 

Lubricants should not be applied directly to the genitals. Instead, you should squeeze a small amount into your hand, before caressing your lover or yourself with your lubricated fingers.

Is Coconut Oil good for Lube? 

Yes, studies have indicated that coconut oil is generally a safe option to use as lube.

What should you avoid in Lubricants?

Ingredients that you should avoid in lubricants include:

  • Glycerin
  • Petroleum jelly
  • Parabens
  • Allergens

What are the side effects of Lubricant? 

There are a number of different side effects that you should be aware of when choosing a lubricant including the following:

  • Allergic reactions
  • Yeast infections
  • Interfering with fertility
  • Skin irritation.
  • Drying up quickly, requiring frequent reapplication

The best way to avoid these potential side effects is to stick to natural and water-based lubricants.

When should I use lube?

You can use lube during foreplay, intercourse, masturbation, and whilst using sex toys. 

For more information on menopause, sexual health, lubricants and more keep up to date with our AH! YES blog in our health and wellbeing hub.