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The Universal Lube. Use it and Win.

As a Fellow and RECENT member, I’ve decided to share a tidbit that’s helped. Now we all know lube is an essential part of Jelqing. And Jelqing is an essential part of any PE routine. Therefore a GOOD lube is that much more important. A lot of you are probably already using it but for those who aren’t. SWITCH NOW!

The magic answer? Plain ol petroleum jelly. As some would like to call it, Vaseline. It’s thick, It’s goopy.. IT’s WATER RESISTANT! The great thing about it is it keeps it’s consistency, and doesn’t dissappear like water based lubes after a certain amount of usage. Of course you’ll want to reapply once in a while, but I’ve found it works better than anything else. I also use my shower time to get this done, so the fact that it’s water resistant, is a huge plus. Mind you the only con is having to wash it away.

Any Drugmart will have it in stock. Go wild.

Sorry, guy, but I’ll have to disagree. The stuff’s nasty and I don’t like using petroleum products on my skin if I can possibly avoid it.

There are lots of guys who’ll agree with you, though.

Personally I like jojoba oil. It’s light and washes off really easily and is good for the skin (hair and fingernails too). If I find myslef jelqing in the shower, I just use a little Dr. Bronner’s Castille soap, which is essentially olive oil. You don’t need much, and when it washes away it’s cheap enough so I don’t worry about using a little more.


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I tried using that stuff and when I was done jelqing I had to break open a fresh box of Brillo pads to clean myself off, all the while trying not to break my neck sliding around on the tub. As a matter of fact I think Vaseline is the reason I switched to a dry jelq. If it works for you then go nuts.


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Like Mr. Happy, I’m also not psyched about using petroleum-based products like Vaseline on my skin. I certainly have though, for years. I still have a little rectangular jar of Vaseline in the upstairs shower. I put it on my heels so the skin doesn’t crack from all the barefoot walking I do in the summer — or so I tell my wife.

A few days ago when I was writing this post, I was wondering if Vaseline is comedogenic. That’s a term Happy enlightened me on that means it clogs pores and causes zits and blackheads. Turns out, the jury’s still out, just looking through hits in a google search: http://www.google.com/search?source…ogenic+vaseline

I still wouldn’t put it on especially sensitive areas of skin, like — for me — my face, which seems to break out if I look at it funny.

I can report that I tried this Un-petroleum Jelly stuff with my Long Johnny cylinder, and I’m disappointed with the results:
http://www.unpetroleum.com/?id=98&pid=493

It’s thick, tacky and sticky. Gets all over everything. More akin to adhesive than lube.

I have found the perfect lube for me is coconut oil. It is really strong when it comes to water soluble and it lets your dick feeling like Bebe’s ass.

I like to mix 5 ml. of lavender essential oil in 1/3 cup of olive oil. Also really like J+J’s baby oil gel, with aloe and vitamin e. Try either, You’ll love ‘em.

I will second maurizio’s bid for coconut oil. I have tried a couple oils and also KY. Coconut is natural and it is great for your skin and it doesn’t smell like olive oil. Haven’t tried it in shower yet. Although I jelqed in shower for first time the other night and used the conditioner. Worked fine, but I prefer not jelq without showering.

Downside is that coconut oil’s not cheap.

I have to agree with xaiel420 I think Vaseline is great. That may be because that is what I have used from the beggining. But we all have our own opinions.


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Sep.12, 2007

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Vaseline roxx

Originally Posted by colt.45

I have to agree with xaiel420 I think Vaseline is great. That may be because that is what I have used from the beggining. But we all have our own opinions.

It seems if that is all you’ve ever used, you don’t really have any other points of reference. The thing I most disliked about vaseline is how hard it is to wash off. Vaseline definitely works, and is very inexpensive. I just like anything that will clean up a bit easier.

Eh I use the foam from my shampoo after lathering it into my hair. Makes for the easiest cleanup!

Originally Posted by raybbaby

It seems if that is all you’ve ever used, you don’t really have any other points of reference. The thing I most disliked about vaseline is how hard it is to wash off. Vaseline definitely works, and is very inexpensive. I just like anything that will clean up a bit easier.

Yeah thats the biggest problem, heat does help a lot, hot water and some soap or shower gel cleans it right off.

Originally Posted by Ike
I still wouldn’t put it on especially sensitive areas of skin, like — for me — my face, which seems to break out if I look at it funny.

You can look at your face? What are you, a snail, with your eyes at the ends of stalks? Oh, you mean in the mirror. I forgot they had invented those things.

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