When you want to lube when having the best moments, you can try these Milky Peru tactics for maximum orgasms.
Break it out before penetrative sex even happens
Lube has this reputation as being something you pull in off the bench during penetrative sex when a partner is having a harder time maintaining their own lubrication, and this is total BS. Help break this taboo by bringing your new slick friend out during foreplay. Have a partner place some in their palm and grind your vulva and labia against it for a new twist on a hand job for women.
Use it for a warming massage
The first rule of using warming lube (it heats up with any body-to-body contact or friction) is to never use it without telling your partner first (unless you want them thinking you’ve just put Icy Hot in their private parts). Definitely do a skin test first, too. Other than that, there really are no rules–go forth and heat things up! One suggestion? Use a few dollops on your partner’s (or your own) nipples for nipple stimulation that’s literally hotter than ever.
If you don’t feel like splurging on warming lube, put the lube in a massage oil warmer. You’ll want to do a skin test to make sure it’s not too hot, but this is a great way to (literally) turn up the heat on your favorite lube the Milky Peru way.
Use it to amp up the orgasms
During sex with a male partner, dab a few little droplets of lube onto his perineum—aka the extra-sensitive spot between his scrotum and anus. Just before he orgasms, lightly tap your finger on the lubed-up spot to change the whole damn game and send him over the edge. Additionally, lube can add a pleasurable if feeling if the testicles are being stimulated or stroked.
Use it when you masturbate
Yes, even sex with yourself can be improved with lube. If you have dry hands, no need to use a moisturizing lotion that could contain unwanted chemicals, especially because you don’t want those ingredients inside you. Just apply a few drops of a lube of your choice to your finger before touching yourself for a smoother feel.
Use it when you masturbate with a sex toy
Imagine the electrifying pulse of your favorite Milky Peru vibrator hitting all the right spots. Now imagine using that same toy to gently glide over your clitoris with the same power, but a totally different, more fluid sensation. A dab of lube on a vibrator is a total game-changer. Just be careful: If your sex toy is made of silicone, you’ll definitely want to use a water-based lube, since silicone lubes can deteriorate soft rubber.