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Q: Are my lubricant and moisturizer safe for oral sex?

Q: Are my lubricant and moisturizer safe for oral sex?

by Dr. Barb DePree MD

Barring individual ingredient allergies or sensitivities, the moisturizers and lubricants we offer at MiddlesexMD are body-safe and safe for oral sex. Read the ingredients; some manufacturers especially of lubricants will list “food-grade” ingredients, which is extra assurance.

Vaginal moisturizers are used throughout the week (every two or three days) and can be applied hours before or after intimacy, so you can minimize your partner’s experience with the moisturizer.

Lubricants are used at the time of intimacy, so partner preferences—in addition to safety—come into play. Silicone and water-based lubricants have a different “feel” in the mouth as well as on the body. And perceptions of flavors and scents are entirely individual; your partner may prefer an unscented option (like Uberlube).


  • Yes, GT, our products are safe for oral sex. Personal preference may still vary, so if you don’t like the first one you try, sample another! Lubricants are the very simplest first step you and your partner can take for her comfort during sex. It’s also a reality, though, that as women grow older, they can require more time for arousal and satisfaction. I hope you can make enough time at least occasionally for a leisurely experience for both of you!

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  • So the lubricant y’all sell is safe to do oral sex? My wife and I have never used any. She is always very dry. We don’t have a lot of time to have sex. What to make her more comfortable during sex.

    GB on

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