Astroglide Pty Ltd (Sponsor of Astroglide in Australia)
Village Road Saratoga NSW 2251 Australia
PO Box 603 Mosman NSW 2088 Australia
Central Coast NSW Office
Phone: 02 4369 6526
Sydney NSW Office
Phone: 02 9968 2539
ABN: 13 129 606 757
Astroglide Pty Ltd is a 100% Australian owned and family operated company which distributes World Famous ASTROGLIDE Personal Lubricant, now the World's top selling extended personal lubricant range.
ASTROGLIDE adds some sizzle to your intimate relationships and sex life, providing sensitivity, excitement, variety and above all wellbeing. It can assist women suffering from painful sex.
ASTROGLIDE can be used for foreplay, body slides, massage, masturbation and sexual intercourse with a condom. It provides for better sex and can be used on and in all genital regions.
Bill "This is much smoother..."
Tina "feels really natural"
Astroglide has always been the product of my choice when it comes to personal lubrication. It's not greasy or sticky, feels REALLY natural when used (actually, you don't feel it at all!!!), and there's no need to grab for a tissue to wipe off your fingers once you've applied the product. A real plus is the new LARGER size. I recently had a 9-pound baby and a lot of lubrication was a must for me. Still, the bottle is far from being empty. I recommend Astroglide to anyone in need of a personal lubricant. This product is, by far, the best ... I have used..
The Astroglide Sensitive Skin Gel can be used in a number of different ways to heighten pleasure. It is a fabulous lube to use on toys as it does not dribble. Simply squeeze the desired amount onto the toy and it will stay in place until inserted; no more messy dribbles on bedsheets or slippery spots on the floor!
Why don't you try putting the tube of Sensitive Skin Gel in the freezer for up to an hour. Because of the gel-like texture, the lube will not freeze completely, but will be deliciously chilled. Use this for temperature play, or as a soothing balm on areas made too hot by friction.
Shane "Astroglide is Fabulous"
The product is fabulous
Kathy "outstanding customer service"
I can't thank you enough for the outstanding customer service………………it has been absolutely overwhelming, your dedication to the product reaching its destination. I shall def recommend and re order.
Huge thank you, you have made my week!
Great product, but found another use, when I was in need of a quick solution. Astroglide is great for lubricating impellers and O rings when replacing them on boats.
Always read the label, use only as directed
The Australian Ruth Ostrow 4/9/17
It’s a question we all have to face at one point or another in our lives. A question that a girlfriend posed the other day that could have made a great episode of Sex in the City or Seinfeld: “Is bad or average sex better than no sex?”
We’ve all had to deal with the issue when we are between partners and dating, or married and bored, or married and post-natal or with kids running screaming through the house. Then there are prolonged times of stress when your partner is so tired he/she keeps falling asleep (worse if they are on top of you) — coitus interruptus, all right. But for whatever reason, it will one day need addressing.
Infamous US sex entertainer Annie Sprinkle used to say that sex doesn’t have to always be gourmet. It can be a quick take-out meal, or a light salad, a snack between meals (I always took this to mean self-soothing), as long as there is a good variety and it’s not just all gourmet or cheap and cheerful or snacking.
For me the answer is simple. I’m afraid I’m a “quality not quantity” person and have embraced (short) periods of celibacy even within relationships rather than lie there listening to the mattress squeak. This is true for many people I’ve chatted to, especially now that there’s Netflix and Game of Thrones to compete with.
I’ve always found that periods of celibacy have made me ripe and hungry, which has improved the quality of even average sex. In fact, in some religions couples are forbidden to have sex during the woman’s menstruation time — the logic being that their lust will grow through abstinence.
But this girlfriend wasn’t so committed to quality, favouring quantity and a regular lover whom she got on well with as a person despite him not being so GIB. “Great sex doesn’t matter so much any more; I prefer regularity, intimacy and companionship,” she said.
I put the question to four male friends over 45. Two said any sex (“a quick shag”) is better than no sex and two said they would only go for good sex and needed a strong attraction and connection (Go, guys!). My female friends were also mixed depending on age and libido, married or single. One single friend said it was not really a choice: “The fact is that it’s a lolly-shop out there for men, and if you don’t have sex with your dates after a few times out, then they drop you. So you take a gamble. But you can also hit gold, and it’s the beginning of a great relationship you wouldn’t have had if you’d held out.”
With this very question in mind, I recently saw a story in the New York Post that claims that from a purely health point of view, any sex including average or bad sex, is better than no sex. That, biologically and medically, the sex organs and urogenital system need the blood flow that comes from a “regular workout”.
While countless studies have shown sex is good for the heart in males, research has shown that for women a “depressed” vagina is a real problem. Women who don’t engage in sex or self-love are at risk of vaginal (wall thinning) — a common but treatable condition that causes the vaginal wall to thin, especially as we age and estrogen wanes.
For both men and women, sex and orgasm exercises the tissue and muscles and stimulates the entire cardiovascular system; also oxygen comes in and flushes the cells because of deeper breathing, and feel-good hormones are released — hence regular sex may minimise some depressive conditions.
If your partner isn’t a turn on or you have no partner, sex therapists suggest fantasy, erotic play (trying new things together) or visual erotica as a stimulant. So in health terms, it’s any sex is better than no sex. Forget the devil excuse. It’s now: “Sorry, the Doctor made me do it.”
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