Dr. Luster offers a very good suggestion for fellatio here - and one that's in reach of many people's own medicine cabinets!
One can get a similar effect - but with flavor (mint, chocolate, orange, berry) - through products such as Great Head or Good Head that are sold through various in-home sex toy party companies as well as some adult novelty stores or sex shops. They contain similar ingredients that provide a slight numbing sensation along with a little flavor. Many people find that only a small dab of these products is needed (dime sized or less) for pleasurable sex play.
If you plan to have vaginal or anal intercourse after giving oral sex to a man and using a throat spray or numbing sensation sex play product, consider having him clean his penis off before vaginal intercourse begins (or he could wear a condom). Why? Well, you probably don't want any numbing sensations in your vagina or anus.
Of course, if you ever have questions about the safety of over the counter products for use in sex play (or other aspects of your life), please consult with your healthcare provider.View Thread
Many people have questions about how to use lubricant for more comfortable, pleasurable sex. Here are some tips you might consider:
1. Choose the right lubricant for the right situation. Water-based lubricant and silicone-based lubricant are well suited for latex condoms (oil-based products, such as olive oil, oil-based lubricants or massage oil can cause latex condoms to tear). Silicone-based lubricants are better suited for sex play in the bath, shower or hot tub as water-based lubricants will wash away.
2. Apply the lubricant to your or your partner's fingertips for more careful application and less chance of spilling it onto the bed or floor.
3. Next, use your or your partner's fingers to apply the lubricant to the parts that need to 'fit together" well, such as around a woman's vaginal opening or on a man's penis. If you're using lubricant for sex toy play, consider applying some lubricant to the sex toy as well.
4. Water-based lubricant is easily absorbed into the body, so if sex goes on for some time, water-based lubricant may need to be re-applied. Small dabs of water can also help to re-activate the lubricant.
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