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what is the best lube for PE

Originally Posted by Clubber

That’s a petroleum product like Vaseline.

Damn ok, I’ll have to return the bottle I just bought today. I have been using Johnson & Johnson baby lotion, but I’m not sure if it’s non-comedogenic or a good idea anymore. This is my off day so before I start PE tomorrow I’ll look for a better alternative.

Originally Posted by TheLawnmowerman
This thread really got me searching for a better lube that is actually good for you. I read up on Emu oil and really like the fact that it is able to penetrate all 5 epidermal layers, contains omega 3,6,9 fatty acids and is all around great for healing. Google the stuff, it is amazing. The problem is, like Olive Oil, it is a DHT blocker.

That all said, I just ordered a bottle of 16oz Shea Oil for $10.00. I copied and pasted the following info:

“Pure Shea Butter in it’s oil form retains all of the healing benefits of a butter for a light and smooth application. Rich in vitamins A, E, and F, Shea Oil can be used for a variety of skin problems. Containing natural anti-inflammatory agents, it is useful for sore muscles and joints.”

The stuff sounds good and I’m going to give it try.


Sounds good. What are you going to be using in the meantime until the shea oil arrives?

Okay, I was at walmart today and saw this stuff made from palmer’s. It’s called palmer’s skin therapy oil. It’s a cocoa butter oil with vitamin e. I read the ingredient profile and it didn’t state if it was a petroleum product or not or if it has petrolum as an ingredient. I tried it out at the store (rubbed a small amount between my index n thumb) and it seems to have a good consistency. It’s not too slippery and it’s not to dry. I didn’t buy a bottle because I wanted to check with the forum before I buy something that’s going to be bad for the willy. I can’t post a url link because I’m posting from my mobile, but if someone can search the ingredients and post if it’s a good idea or not. I’m going to stick with my johnson & johnson lotion until I can find a good replacement oil. Thanks in advance.

From a website. I doesn’t look like it has any petroleum in it.

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula with Vitamin E Skin Therapy Oil
Ingredients; Canola Oil, Isopropyl Myristate, Cetearyl Ethylhexanoate, Sesamum Indicum Seed Oil (Sesame), Tocopheryl Acetate, Dimethicone, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter (Cocoa), Fragrance (Parfum), Rosa Canina Seed Extract


4Foreskin ;)

Okay, thanks. The other thing I’m kind of worried about is the tocopheryl acetate. Isn’t that an accelerant for absorption/drying? I really appreciate the help.

Palmer’s Cocoa Butter sounds like it is a good product cause of those ingredients. Let us know how well it works when you do jelq session.


Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]

Perception is reality.

Originally Posted by nrvous1
Sounds good. What are you going to be using in the meantime until the shea oil arrives?

I’m just going to use some cheapo Walgreens lotion that I keep in the bathroom. It works well and is cheap but it has too many of those words you can’t pronounce :)

My main reason for looking for an alternative was to get away from all the chemicals and to use something all natural. Using something that is actually good for the skin should only reap good benefits.

nrvous1,

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Tocopheryl acetate, also known as vitamin E acetate, is a common vitamin supplement with the molecular formula C31H52O3 (for ‘α’ form). It is the ester of acetic acid and tocopherol (vitamin E). It is often used in dermatological products such as skin creams.
Tocopheryl acetate is used as an alternative to tocopherol itself because the phenolic hydroxyl group is blocked, providing a less acidic product. It is believed that the acetate is slowly hydrolyzed once it is absorbed into the skin, regenerating tocopherol and providing protection against the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

Depending on what site you look at it may or may not be considered safe. All the sites I have looked at do say something like this: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) includes Tocopherol on its list of nutrients considered Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS). Tocopherol is also on FDA’s list of GRAS food preservatives.

Take care and happy gains,


4Foreskin ;)

Originally Posted by 4Foreskin
Nrvous1,

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Tocopheryl acetate, also known as vitamin E acetate, is a common vitamin supplement with the molecular formula C31H52O3 (for ‘α’ form). It is the ester of acetic acid and tocopherol (vitamin E). It is often used in dermatological products such as skin creams.
Tocopheryl acetate is used as an alternative to tocopherol itself because the phenolic hydroxyl group is blocked, providing a less acidic product. It is believed that the acetate is slowly hydrolyzed once it is absorbed into the skin, regenerating tocopherol and providing protection against the sun’s ultraviolet rays.

Depending on what site you look at it may or may not be considered safe. All the sites I have looked at do say something like this: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) includes Tocopherol on it’s list of nutrients considered Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS). Tocopherol is also on FDA’s list of GRAS food preservatives.

Take care and happy gains,


Awesome and thanks! I’ll get a bottle tomorrow and report back after my jelq session. Tomorrow is day 2 of my 2-on/1-off.

Hey nrvous, let me know if it is good to jelq with and how often you need to reapply it. I appreciate it, because I want to buy something like this.


Starting stats: Feb 08: [7.3 BPEL * 4.9? EG]----Now: [8.00 BPEL * 5.1-5.2 EG]------GOAL: [8 NBPEL * 6 EG]

Perception is reality.

Okay.here it is. Jelq session with the palmer’s cocoa butter formula w/vitamin e/skin therapy oil.

When I first opened the box I looked at the consistency of the oil itself. It looks a little watery, but it also looks like your regular oil based massage type oil. The cost was $8 and change at walmart.

My session consists of the newbie routine. This is my second week of the newbie routine and I am so far being consistant. Todays session:

5 min hot wrap with a washcloth (reheating every min)
5 mins of manual stretching as outlined in the newbie routine
20 mins of jelq. I counted 202 jelqs.
5 min room temp wash cloth wrap for warm down.

The oil is a little to thin for my liking. I ended up pulling way too much skin over the glans as was not able to get a very good grip at the base for the next jelq. I also switch between over hand jelq and underhand. The overhand seems to work best with this oil as I was able to get to the base of my penis for the next smooth jelg, but again, I was at times pulling too much skin over the glans. The oil has a very nice scent to it, but that also is a concern of mine. I’m not sure if a parfum will clog pores or not? The session was kind of messy and if you do try this oil be sure to have a towel and damp washcloth close by. I think I will try my next session with the oil again and see if I can just concentrate on getting a good jelq rythm. On a side note, this oil is awesome for masterbating and tit jobs. It gives a different texture/feeling while stroking/titty banging. Hope this helps some of you in making the choice to try this oil.

I just received the Shea oil in the mail today. The seller is from Miami so I got it fast.

I’ll update the thread after I use it tonight.


Last edited by TheLawnmowerman : 11-28-2009 at .

Originally Posted by TheLawnmowerman
I just received the Shea oil in the mail today. The seller is from Miami so I got it fast.

I’ll update the thread after I use it tonight.


Sounds good. If it works out well, can you post a link to where you bought it from?

Well, I like the stuff. What I did was put some in a small bowl and dipped my finger when needed. During my 10 minute jelqing routine, I only dipped my finger 5 times. It really goes a long way. It is 100% Shea Oil so there is no worries about chemical ingredients. The consistency reminded me of Olive Oil. Not too slick but does the job just fine.

Here is the link for anyone interested:

link

I use a moisturising hair conditioner. Whilst still hot and wet from a bath, it doesn’t dry up slides well and maybe keeps the skin quite moisturised? Probably not the best thing but it gets the job done.

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