Water based lube or silicone lubricant, flavoured or anal lube…  We stock all the best personal lubricants at the best prices and always ship discreetly.  We've been selling personal lubricants for a long time so shop with confidence here at CondomSales.  For wholesale enquiries please get in touch with us directly via our contact page .

Q: What are the different types of lubricants available?

A: There are three main types of lubricants: water-based, silicone-based, and oil-based. Water-based lubricants are versatile and safe for use with condoms and sex toys. Silicone-based lubricants last longer and are great for water activities. Oil-based lubricants are not compatible with latex condoms but can be used for massage and personal lubrication.

Q: How do I choose the right lubricant for me?

A: Choose a lubricant based on your needs and preferences. Water-based lubricants are ideal for general use and compatibility with all condoms. Silicone-based lubricants are perfect for longer-lasting lubrication and water activities. Oil-based lubricants are suitable for massage but should be avoided with latex condoms.

Q: Are lubricants safe for sensitive skin?

A: Many lubricants are formulated for sensitive skin and are free from common irritants such as parabens, glycerin, and fragrances. Always check the label for hypoallergenic options and consider doing a patch test before use.

Q: Can lubricants be used with all types of condoms?

A: Water-based and silicone-based lubricants are safe to use with all types of condoms, including latex, polyisoprene, and polyurethane. Avoid using oil-based lubricants with latex condoms as they can weaken the material and increase the risk of breakage.

Q: What are some additional uses for lubricants?

A: Besides enhancing sexual activity, lubricants can be used for massage, to reduce chafing during physical activities, and to ease the insertion of medical devices like catheters or thermometers.

Q: How should I store my lubricant to ensure it stays effective?

A: Store lubricants in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Ensure the cap is tightly closed to prevent contamination and spillage. Proper storage helps maintain the lubricant's quality and effectiveness.

Q: Where can I buy lubricants in Australia?

A: Lubricants are available at pharmacies, supermarkets, and online retailers like Buying online offers a wide selection, convenience, and discreet delivery options.