Stroke 29 Masturbation Cream
Stroke 29, Empowered Products' premium cream lubricant, is designed to take masturbation to a whole new level. Unlike silicone- and water-based lubricants, this thick, non-greasy oil-based formula* provides more than just wet slipperiness. As the cream heats up from repetitive stroking of masturbation, the product texture transforms at or around the 29th stroke to simulate the sensation of aroused human tissue. With the combination of heat and friction, you might actually forget you're using your own hand. The product's viscosity stays intact and doesn't break down during its transformation, so there is no need to re-apply. Stroke 29 is fragrance-free.
Available in a 3.3 oz squeeze tube or sample pillow pack. Made in the USA.
Ingredients: Water, Octyl Palmitate (from Coconut Oil), Prusnus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil (Sweet Almond Oil), Emulsifying Wax, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Cetyl Alcohol, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben, Carbomer, Diazolidinyl Urea, Triethanolamine.
**Some important notes about oil-based lubricants**
Oil-based lubricants are safe with some sex toy materials, but not all! Oil-base lubes are okay to use with 100% silicone toys, as well as glass, stainless steel, and most hard plastic toys. Oil-based lubricants will degrade latex toys and some other soft toy materials. Check with our staff (or the toy's manufacturer) if you are unsure if your toy is compatible with oil-based lubes. You can also cover your toy with a polyurethane condom to protect it while using oil-based lube (see condom compatibility info below).
Oil-based lubricants and will degrade latex condoms and polyisoprene condoms. Most condoms on the market are made from latex! We recommend choosing oil-safe barriers like polyurethane or nitrile condoms for protection from STIs and pregnancy. Lambskin condoms can also be used with oil-based lubricants, but only for prevention of pregnancy; lambskin condoms do not protect against STIs.
If you are using external condoms with oil-based lubes, be sure they're "polyurethane" and NOT "polyisoprene."
Some couples enjoy the FC2 internal condom (sometimes called the "female condom") which is made of nitrile and is an oil-safe barrier. The FC2 is no longer available through retailers, but you can still get the FC2 in a few different ways.
Oil-based lubricants last a long time and can feel very luxurious, but they don't always agree with everyone's body. For some folks with vaginas, oil can cause irritation. Other folks with vaginas happily use oil-based lubes without any trouble. Simply be cautious and aware when trying oil based products vaginally, as you would with any new lubricant. Some folks choose to use oil-based lubes externally on the clitoris and vulva for massage and masturbation, but not internally. Do what is best for your body!
Available in 3.3 oz squeeze bottle or pillow pack sample size.