Best Lube for Giving a Hand Job

Best Lube for Giving a Hand Job
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Lubrication is very important when giving your husband a great hand job. You have to remember that you’re handling a very important part of your husband. Using inadequate or the wrong type of lube could make a less pleasurable experience for him and possibly leave his penis feeling raw when you’re done.

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Best Type of Hand Job Lube?

  • [Recommended] The most common type of lube to use for a hand job is any water based lube. Everyone has their favorite brand so try out a few and stay with the one you like the most.
  • Thicker is usually better. A thicker lube will coat his penis better and last longer.
  • Silicone based lube is great too. It’s very slick and lasts forever. It’s great for hand jobs under water.
  • Coconut oil is also a great organic option. It’s all natural, smells good, edible, and feels great! You can purchase it at any supermarket and never be “caught” buying lube.
  • Warming and cooling lube. Spice things up with a little warming or cooling sensation during your hand job.
  • Flavored lube is also great for when you want to mix your hand job with a little oral sex.

What type of lube to stay away from?

  • Although it’s used often, we suggest staying away from using your saliva as lube for a handjob. Handjobs can take time and use up a lot of lube. Your mouth has a limited supply of saliva. It’s better to have a large bottle of lube on hand.
  • Very thick “lubes” like Petroleum Jelly are not good for hand jobs. The thick dry feeling of these substances doesn’t feel good to most men.

Sexy Tip: Don’t forget to give your husband a great view of your breasts while giving him a handjob. Wear a sexy top or nothing at all! He’ll really appreciate that.

Do you have any specific lubes that work great for hand jobs? Share them in the comments below. We’d love to hear about them.

Note: This post is part of our Giving a Great Hand Job Series.

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4 Comments


  1. Will shea butter also be a good lubricant for hand jobs?

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    1. I don’t know. If it melts down at a low temperature like coconut oil, then maybe.

      Reply

      1. Oh you’re never tried it. I use shea butter to moisturize my hands and from my experience it quickly melts as a result of the body’s temperature. It becomes oily when melted. I find it to be a good moisturizer but I’m not sure how effective it would be as a lubricant for hand jobs.


      2. Try using it, and let us know how it worked.

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