The type of lube you can use with your vibrator depends on what the
vibrator casing is made of. Silicone-based lubricants such as Id
Millennium and Eros Bodyglide are the highest quality. They stay very
slick like an oil-based lube without harming condoms or non-silicone
toys. Silicone lubricants have the added advantage of not feeling
cold when you apply them like water-based lubes do. However, you
can't use them with silicone vibrators, as this will damage the
material over time.
Water-based lubes such as Id Glide and Wet Original are safe to use
with all materials. Never use an oil-base lube with condoms or any
toys made of rubber, jelly, or latex. Oil-based lubricants such as
Vaseline, mineral oil, baby oil, and lubes designed specifically for
male masturbation will cause any rubber material to disintegrate.
Some women report vaginal infections or irritation when using silicone
lubes or water-based lubes that contain glycerin. If you're concerned
about having a reaction, test the lube first on a small patch of skin
in a sensitive area like the inside of the elbow or inner thigh. Never
use oil-base lubes in the vagina, as they can lead to irritation and
yeast infections. Also, make sure to use the bathroom and wash up
with mild soap and water after any kind of vaginal stimulation. Any
sexual act can push bacteria up the urethra, and it's necessary to
flush that out to avoid infections.