Lubricating You and Your Rabbit Vibrator

Get Slippery, Slick and Smooth…

Before you get it on with your buzzing bunny (and/or a human), make sure you have a decent supply of a good rabbit vibrator lubricant on hand.

Even if you produce plenty of lubrication yourself naturally, you’ll probably find that slathering some lube on your rabbit of choice makes the experience more smooth and pleasurable.

According to leading UK sex toy retailer, Lovehoney, over 70% of women find sexual experiences more satisfying with lube.

The best and safest rabbit vibrator lubricants are water-based or silicone-based. Both are safe to use internally (and with condoms), but only water-based lubricant is safe for all vibrators so it’s the best all-rounder. Silicone-based lube is lovely and long-lasting though…

Scroll down to find everything you need to know about which rabbit vibrator lubricant to choose and use, and browse a selection of the most popular lubes from the UK’s top sex toy retailers.

 

Most Popular Water-Based Lubricants

 

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£6.99

Lovehoney Enjoy Water-Based Lubricant 100ml

pump action nozzle – odourless – vegan-friendly

This lovely silky lubricant is perfect for all your needs. No smell and no stickiness – just long-lasting slippery goodness.

It’s also free from glycerin and parabens and suitable for vegans and is compatible with condoms and all sex toys. And it has an handy pump action for quick slick use.

£6.99 for 100ml.

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Liquid Silk Water-Based Lube

£3.99 / £9.99

Liquid Silk Lubricant 50ml / 250ml

organic – non-sticky – bio-static

Bodywise Liquid Silk Lubricant is organic, moisturing, and non-sticky! It’s great for massage too, and is a good skin conditioner – keeping you soft and smooth all over.

Liquid Silk is bio-static, which means it doesn’t help transmit yeast and bacterial infections. One of the most popular water-based lubes on the market.

Available in 50 ml for £3.99 or 250ml for £9.99.

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£6.49 / £7.99

£6.99 / £8.49

Bondara Luxury Lubricant 150ml / 250ml

long-lasting – non-sticky – pH compatible

Luxury Lubricant from top sex toy retailer Bondara is water-based, non-sticky, non-staining, odourless, hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, and pH compatible, which means it won’t disrupt the natural pH balance of your vagina.

Available in 150ml for £6.99 or 250ml for £8.49.

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Sliquid Organics Water-Based Lube

£16.99

Sliquid Organics Natural H2O Lubricant 255ml

organic botanicals – vegan – long-lasting

Sliquid Organics is a natural and simple water-based lubricant, which contains beautiful botanical ingredients for smooth and friction-free loving – hibiscus, vitamin E and green tea to moisturise, aloe and cyamopsis to make it last for a long long time. No glycerin or parabens. Completely vegan and never tested on animals.

Pricier at £16.99 for 255 ml.

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Most Popular Silicone-Based Lubricants

 

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£12.99

Pjur Original Bodyglide Lubricant

concentrated – long-lasting – hypoallergenic

Pjur Original Bodyglide is one of the most popular silicone lubricants on the market. Long-lasting and highly concentrated, you just need a tiny bit for silky smooth sliding. Fragrance-free, odourless and tasteless, and hypoallergenic, so safe for sensitive skin. Conditions and moisturises the skin too, so great for massage as well.

There are various sizes, the best value being 100ml for £12.99.

Just click on the buy button below then select the bottle size on the next page.

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ID millenium lubricant

from £6.99

ID Millenium Silicone Lube

pure silicone – very long-lasting – non-staining

ID Millenium Silicone Lube is 100% silicone. A pure and highly concentrated lubricant, you only need to use a tiny amount of ID Millenium Silicone Lube at a time. It never dries up so it stays smooth and silky – even in water! – and is a clear formula so it doesn’t stain or have any scent. Perfect for long loving sessions, especially those in the bathroom…

£6.99 for 30ml but it a little goes a very very long way….

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Or buy ID Millenium Silicone Lube in bigger squeezy bottles for better value and easier use – squeeze that silicone juice! Click on the link for the specific size below:

65ml for £9.99 / 130ml for £16.99 / 250ml for £22.99

 

 

Most Popular Anal Lubricant

 

maximus anal lubricant

£9.99

Maximus Anal Lubricant 250ml

thick – long-lasting – water-based

From the makers of popular lube Liquid Silk (above), Maximus is very popular as an anal lubricant. Maximus lube is clear and water-based yet it has a high glycol content which makes it retain natural moisture, and last longer, which makes it ideal for anal play. Maximus is also made to be bio-static – so won’t spread any infections. And can be used with silicone vibrators.

250ml for £9.99. A great deal for such a long-lasting and anal-safe lube.

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Which is the Best Lubricant for You?

Lubrication feels good any time, but lube is particularly pleasurable when you’re using a rabbit vibrator. Rabbit vibrator lubricant will ensure even a thick shaft just glides right in. But even when playing around with smaller vibrators, lubrication lets everything move around more easily – and those rabbit ears can wriggle and roam more freely….

The different kinds of lubrication available are suitable for different toys, different parts of the body, and different situations. The basic factors to take into consideration when choosing and using a lube are how, what and where:

how – how are you using your vibrator – vaginally, in the ass, or just externally?

what – what is your vibrator made of? (see what’s your rabbit made of?)

where – are you using it on dry land or in a bath or shower (or other body of water)?

water-based silicone-based oil-based
how:
vaginal safe safe unsafe
anal safe only if special anal-formulation to retain moisture safe unsafe
external can feel a bit sticky feels great (don’t use with silicone or real-feel vibrators) feels great (with ABS plastic vibrators only)
what:
ABS plastic safe safe safe (external use only)
jelly rubber safe safe unsafe
real-feel (e.g., Loveskin) safe unsafe unsafe
silicone safe unsafe unsafe
skin safe rubber safe maybe unsafe unsafe
TPE/TPR safe maybe unsafe unsafe
where:
in water (bath, shower) washes off immediately long-lasting doesn’t wash off (external use and ABS plastic only)

Water-Based Lubricant

pros: safe for vaginal use, safe with all vibrators, cheap
cons: needs frequent re-application, can feel sticky on the skin

In general, water-based lube is the best all-round lube – it’s safe for all parts of the body, inside and out, and, for all kinds of vibrators. It’s easy to apply and easy to wash off yourself and your rabbit and doesn’t get stuck in between those rabbit ears. Water-based lubricants are generally cheapest too.

The downsides of water-based lube are firstly that it comes off easily! So if you’re in for a long session, you’ll have to reapply it quite frequently. And if you’re using a waterproof vibrator in the bath or shower, it’ll come off right away. The other downside is that after a while, water-based lube can feel a bit tacky on the skin.

However, water-based lubricants are improving in formulation – almost all the water-based lubes featured here advertise that they are non-sticky and long-lasting, which makes water-based lube an even better bet. If you only want to buy one lubricant for all scenarios, then get a water-based one.

 

Silicone-Based Lubricant

pros: safe for vaginal and anal use, great for massage, silky non-sticky feel, long-lasting
cons: unsuitable for some types of vibrators, expensive, stains fabric

Silicone-based lubricant (main ingredient usually Dimethicone) is also safe internally and externally, and in some ways is a superior lubricant to water-based lube.

Silicone-based lube feels fantastic – almost like oil on the skin, but lighter, and none of that stickiness that you sometimes feel with water-based lubes.

Silicone lubrication also lasts much longer than water-based lubrication. It’s water-resistant – it won’t wash off or air dry, so you don’t have to reapply it repeatedly, and it doesn’t wash off if you’re getting frisky with your waterproof vibrator in the bathroom! Silicone-based lube is also good for anal penetration, because it stays wet and slick, so it keeps friction to a minimum.

Get maximum value from your silicone lubricant

A downside of silicone-based lube is that it is more expensive than water-based lube, as the ingredients are more expensive. The ingredients are also high quality though, and since it lasts a lot longer, you end up using less of it, so you won’t need to use so much. In the end it doesn’t work out costing much more.

You can also get maximum value out of your silicone lube by taking advantage of its other uses: you can rub some onto on the ends of your hair to make them more glossy (just a tiny bit goes a long way), and apply it to metal hinges if they’re sticking. And it makes a great super-sensuous massage lotion.

Watch what you use silicone lubricants with

The main restriction in using silicone lube is that it’s incompatible with many materials vibrators are made with, especially silicone vibrators! Using silicone-based lubrication on a silicone vibrator may cause the silicone to degrade, and the same for real-feel vibrators (e.g., Loveskin). Top quality ‘medical grade’ silicone vibrators may be okay with silicone lube but not enough testing has been done to be sure, so better be safe than sorry with your beloved bunny.

Take care if you’re using silicone-based lube with TPE/TPR plastic and skin safe rubber vibrators – keep an eye on them to make sure they don’t react to the silicone over time. Silicone-based lube is fine for vibrators made from ABS plastic or jelly rubber (and is probably the best lube for sex-toy-free sex).

Cleaning up silicone lube

Other things to be aware of – silicone-based lube won’t wash off or wear off on its own so you have to take care to clean it off  yourself and your rabbit vibrator, however it will wash off easily with soap and warm water (see guide to cleaning your rabbit vibrator for more info).

And silicone may stain fabric, so you’ll need to protect your clothes and bedding. If you get it on your clothes or bedding, here’s what to do:

– if the stain has dried, dab more silicone lube on it – it’ll all bind together – and leave it for half an hour;

– mix washing up liquid and a household de-greaser (e.g., Swarfega) half-half and sponge a lot of into the stain (check first that the de-greaser won’t affect the dyes in the fabric);

– leave to soak for 5-10 minutes; rinse; repeat again if it hasn’t gone; then wash as usual.

 

Oil-Based Lubricant

pros: good for external use, e.g., massage and with ABS plastic vibrators
cons: unsafe for internal use, unsafe for most vibrators, difficult to clean off

Oil-based lubes and petroleum jelly are generally bad for your vibrator as they tend to cause the material to degrade and become infected – only ABS plastic vibrators can be safely used with oil-based lube, as they’re rigid and non-porous and can be easily cleaned.

Oil-based lubricants are also unsafe for internal use as they’re liable to cause vaginal infections. So oil-based lube is really only good if you’re just using your vibrator externally, for massage or general tickling and teasing.

Bullet vibrators are often made from ABS plastic, so you can use oil-based lube with these – run and press it all over your body to tease and please yourself – but don’t put it inside when it’s oily!

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There are all kinds of variations on the basic lubricants, with ingredients added to warm you up, make you tingle, or cool you down and ‘delay’ you. You can get fruity ones, or all kinds of tastes in fact. So plenty to explore if you’re bored…

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For more info on taking care of your rabbit vibrator, and what it’s made of, see my handy guides:

cleaning your rabbit
looking after your rabbit
what’s your rabbit made of?

 

Enjoy your ride, with that extra slide and glide!

 

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