Using warming lubricants :: you can apply it on every part of your body. For additional sexual pleasure, you can rub warming lubricant into the breasts or the buttocks. Give the warming lubricant a minute to heat. You can massage it to increase the warmth. Blowing on the genitals after warming lubricant has been applied, intensifies the heat. If you notice any irritation on skin after applying a warming lubricant, stop using it. Maybe it is allergic reaction. Anyway, consult with a doctor. You can also choose a flavored warming lubricant. Popular flavors include pina colada, cherry, strawberry, watermelon.
Water based lubricants are :: available in every possible consistency, from thin as water to thick as pudding. Thick water-based lubricants can be better for anal play and easier for playing with sex toys. It is possible that a thicker water-based lubricant creates an extra cushion of comfort for anal play, and certainly true that it's easier to use with sex toys as it stays on better than a thin lubricant will. Some people find thinner lubricants are cleaner and less noticeable. You may also want to consider how the lubricant feels when it dries. Most water-based lubricants will feel a bit tacky when they dry up. There are a few non-tacky products that are less sticky when they dry. Water-based lubricants are recommended by doctors and health care workers.
Oldest dildo :: The oldest dildos were found in tombs of ancient Egypt. They were made of loam. As Egyptian aristocracy was buried only with the most valuable things (which could be useful in a better world), so it is obvious, that dildo was of a great importance for Egyptian women. For material considerations not so much dildos were made of gold or silver. In the Middle Ages sealing wax was widely spread. It absorbed body warmth and became a little bit soft creating natural sensation. Primitive tribes used loam: unglazed for common people and glazed for leaders wives. During active use loam could break to pieces what led to painful procedure.