What to Put in Your Sex Toy Starter Kit

Afraid to venture into toyland? Go from shy gal to sex kitten with these nonthreatening, must-have picks and perk up your "play" time (14 Photos)

Kimberly Dawn Neumann on Feb 8, 2012 at 1:32PM

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What to Put in Your Sex Toy Starter Kit


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“Use it with a boy. Use it with a toy. Use it with your favorite boy-toy!” says Myers. “Anyway you use it, lubricant helps make the most of your sexiest moments.” If you never thought of lube as a “toy” (but rather something for people in a “dry” spell) think again. “Slippery sex is good sex,” says Claire Cavanah, co-founder of Babeland and co-author of Sex Toys 101. The wetter, the better.

But don’t just pick out any ole’ slippery solution. To begin with, you want to make sure you have a water-based product (lest you want to risk tears in any latex products you might be using). Then look for other benefits like “non-irritating” and “unscented.” Good ones to try:

Add Magic lube is odorless, flavorless and irritant-free…and comes in a bottle so pretty you’ll never have to hide it. Available at Booty Parlor for $10.

BabeLube Natural is all-natural, vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free, glycerin-free, and contains no added or artificial scent, sugar, or artificial sweeteners. Available at Babeland for $12.

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