There seems to be an incorrect assumption that younger women do not need to use lubrication, and if they do, they have a problem. People use a variety of weird substances as lubricants, but the right kind can make a huge difference.
Use a vaginal lubricant
Sexual lubricants for women are made to reduce friction during sex, making sex more enjoyable. You may need to experiment to find the right vaginal lubricant for you, but you'll be pleasantly surprised once you've found your favorite.
Comfortable vaginal intercourse requires vaginal lubrication. But in menopause, and even before menopause, many of us can’t count on producing enough lubrication when we need it. Vaginal dryness is a very common complaint. But even when we are able to produce enough vaginal wetness, lubricants can make vaginal penetration—better.
Sexual Lubricants for Women
We've sampled, checked ingredients, and considered options to locate the best choices in sexual lubricants for women enjoying sex after 50. If you'd like to sample, too, try our vaginal lubricant Selection Kit.
Water-Based, Silicone, and Hybrid Vaginal Lubricants
Filter by category, above, to find exactly the right sexual lubricant for your comfort and pleasure. Water-based vaginal lubricants give a natural feel and are safe with silicone vibrators or other objects. Silicone vaginal lubricants are a great choice for long-lasting pleasure, especially for sex after 50. And hybrid vaginal lubricants have benefits of both water and silicone.
A product Over View - Beauty Skin Lubricating Gel CGS-007
Beauty Skin lubrication is a lubricating fluid that is naturally produced in a woman's vagina. Vaginal lubrication or moistness is always present, but production increases significantly during sexual arousal in anticipation of seual intercourse. Vaginal dryness is the condition in which this lubrication is insufficient, and sometimes artificial lubricants are used to augment it. Without sufficient lubrication sexual intercourse can be painful to the woman. The vagina has no glands, and therefore must rely on other methods of lubrication. Plasma seepage from vaginal walls due to vascular engorgement is considered to be the chief lubrication source, and the Bartholin's glands, located slightly below and to the left and right of the introitus (opening of the vagina), also secrete mucus to augment vaginal-wall secretions Beauty Skin is a greaseless, transparent, water soluble and non-irritating gel.
How to Using Lubricant
Using a lube is easy and allows for some sexy playfulness, once you get the hang of it:
Lubrication choice is an individual matter. If you’re trying lubes for the first time, buy small amounts and try them for a while. Take your time to find a lube that works for both you and your partner.
Keep your lube near your bed, where you can find and reach it easily. Carry sachets in your purse or car to be ready for spontaneous romance.
With most lubes, a quarter-sized dollop is about the average amount needed for nice, slippery penetration, but check the instructions that come with the lube you choose. Some go further than others.
To avoid a cold shock, squirt the lube onto your hands first. Rub them together, and then apply to your body or your partner’s, or to your toy. You can warm your lube in a mug of hot water (not in the microwave--too easy to burn yourself).
A drop of lubricant in the tip of a condom will help a man feel more sensation during sex with condoms. But just a drop, or the condom may not stay in place.
Take a moment to note whether the lubricant worked for you and your partner--or not. And if it didn't, try more, less, or a different product. Lubricants are the easiest way to overcome discomfort--and add some playfulness to intimacy.