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
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Astroglide Naturally Derived personal Lubricant is free of glycerin and paraben, free of alcohol, free of fragrance, free of flavourings and free of hormones. It contains 100% natural derived and organic ingredients and is water based, water soluble, latex safe, soft, smooth and long lasting. It lasts longer and less goes further. Astroglide Naturally Derived is water based and made with Aloe Vera, Vitamin C & E and Chamomile Flower Extracts. Real pleasure lasts longer with ASTROGLIDE ..... naturally and this is why ASTROGLIDE is second only to nature. It is also a vaginal moisturiser.
The consistency of ASTROGLIDE is similar to that of pre-ejaculate. ASTROGLIDE has achieved a good reputation by not drying out quickly (thus reducing lubrication) or becoming thick and sticky. The lubrication of ASTROGLIDE can be replenished with water if needed.
Practicing protected sex in Australia has become a chore for many. It often represents a too clinical approach to sex. But protected sex can also be "fun sex". When condoms are used correctly and with proper lubrication, both partners will have increased pleasure and sensitivity. It can often add to intimacy between partners and assists in better communication in the bedroom.
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The condom is the most commonly used method for vaginal, oral or anal safer sex. Pre lubricated condoms are available but they can be gritty and long term storage may cause the lubricant to weaken the condom.
To find the condom right for you, experiment with the length, thickness and features of the condom. Some come with ribbing or ridges that act to increase stimulation for the receiving partner.
Women can apply ASTROGLIDE personal lubricant inside their vagina or on the outer area before intimate activity. As ASTROGLIDE is odourless and mimics natural vaginal moisture, it will not be detected unless you inform your partner. Remember you only need a few drops of ASTROGLIDE (not teaspoons and tablespoons full). Women with severe vaginal dryness have told us that they use a syringe to insert ASTROGLIDE high in their vagina's. It makes its way to the right areas by the time it is needed.
We recommend ASTROGLIDE personal lubricant when using vibrators, dildos, masturbators, rings and other sex toys. It is ideal when using latex, soft jelly, rubber, plastic, polyurethane, silicone and metal sex toys and vibrators. We recommend you use some extra lube so as to enhance the sensation and intensity. There is nothing worse than having it dry out when you are using these toys. That is why many manufacturers ship sachets of Astroglide when you buy a quality toy.
Adding a few drops of ASTROGLIDE personal lubricant to the inside surface of the tip of the condom before it is unrolled will provide the wearer with greater sensitivity. The personal lubricant should also be applied to the outer surface of the latex condom and may be applied to the partner's genitals during foreplay. This will eliminate the possibility of discomfort or irritation of delicate tissues. Lubrication prior to penetration will enhance your partner's enjoyment and decrease the possibility of the condom tearing. The condom is best applied by you or your partner before there is any contact. The reason for this is to prevent exposure to the small amount of semen that is sometimes released at arousal, even before sex is actually initiated and ejaculation has occurred.
ASTROGLIDE is also ideal for:
Tampon insertion Just apply a drop or two to the tip to make insertion easier and comfortable Ideal for close shaving in the shower or elsewhere, no need to use foam / gel / water, especially with the bikini line
Brushing Hair Gets those tangles out in no time
Removing Stuck Objects Wedding and engagement rings, zippers, even kids with arms / limbs stuck according to one Father!
Prevent Chafing Athletes, cyclists and other sportspeople can use Astroglide to prevent clothing from chafing. It also works a treat when installing new impellers or O rings on pumps, boats, marine applications.
ASTROGLIDE products are not spermicides and are pH balanced similar to a normal vaginal environment.. This keeps the vagina in balance and healthy. During ovulation the pH levels can increase over 30% and as such pH Astroglides's balanced personal lubricants could impact on the mobility of sperm. After you have fallen pregnant, you can use any of the ASTROGLIDE Personal Lubricants again.
The choice of a personal lubricant is extremely important. It should be water-based and water-soluble. Choosing a vaginal lube that is slightly acidic will inhibit these unfriendly organisms.
The vaginal lubricant of choice should be convenient to apply, easy to remove with water and basically, mimic the characteristics of the body's own lubricating fluids. It should also have moisturising properties.
ASTROGLIDE's unique formula is water-based, water-soluble and designed to mimic the body's natural fluids. Astroglide makes condom use more enjoyable and makes safer sex a reality.
Sizzling sex after menopause? Astroglide helps you say why not! We don't lose interest in sex just because we've had a few birthdays. If you suffer from vaginal dryness you may like totake a look at our 'Overcoming Vaginal Dryness' section. http://www.astroglide.com/health.asp
Actually, it's only after we've lived long enough to know ourselves and what we like that a sex life can live up to its full, glorious potential.
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Teach their children about sex, understanding sexuality helps kids cope with their feelings and with peer pressure. It enables them to take charge of their lives and have loving relationships. It also helps protect them from sexual abuse, and goes a long way to preventing teen pregnancy, diseases and sexual violence.
Kids learn about their sexuality from the day they are born. Home can be the most meaningful place to learn about it. We can help our kids feel good about their sexuality from the very beginning. Then they will trust us enough to ask questions about sex later on in life.
Age Three to Five:
Toddlers have a healthy curiosity about sex. Start by teaching them the correct names for body parts. Be matter of fact -- as though you were talking about elbows, knees or ankles.
At this age, kids develop an interest in their bodies, so it's a good time to explain the differences between boys and girls. It's normal for kids to occasionally expose their bodies to one another. Keep your response low-key, but let your child know that some areas of the body are private. Use this as an opportunity to explain about inappropriate touching.
Three-year-olds also want to know "Where babies come from?" Most toddlers are satisfied with the basics: "Babies grow in a special place inside the mother." As the child is able to process more information, you can add more detail.
Age Five to Seven:
By this time, kids have developed a circle of friends and aren't as attached to parents and caregivers. They're becoming aware of their own gender identities and can be downright biased when it comes to the opposite sex. If your kid goes through the "I Hate Boys" or "Girls Have Cooties" stage, don't tease them about it. It won't last.
This is the age when kids really begin processing outside information. By the time they start kindergarten, many kids have already heard of child abuse and rape and they know the street terms for most sexual acts. If your child happens to hear a sexually explicit term on television, explain that even though some people find those terms funny, sex is part of a loving relationship between grownups.
Preteens (Eight to Twelve):
At this point, kids need to know the facts about menstruation, masturbation, wet dreams and other signs of maturing.
Preteens want to fit in. They want to be exactly like everyone else. Boys worry about penis size; girls worry about breast size. Let them know that everyone is different and develops differently.
It's not unusual for preteens to look at or touch each other's sexual organs. Don't read too much into it. It's one way they learn that they're normal and is not an indication of sexual preference. Remind the child that this kind of touching isn't acceptable, but provide assurance that you understand his or her curiosity and there's nothing wrong with it.
Most 12-year-olds are already up to speed about sex and reproduction. They need to find out about sexual responsibility, diseases, birth control and the consequences of teen pregnancy.
This is where the going gets tough. Teens are very sexually sophisticated. Movies, TV, music have all given them a somewhat one-sided sexual education. By age 16, most teens have experienced some level of sexual activity. What they need to learn is responsibility, how to say "no" how to have relationships without sex, how to deal with peer pressure. Teens need to be reassured that their sexuality and feelings are normal. Sometimes this means accepting a child who believes he or she may be gay. Punishing a child won't change his or her sexual orientation; it will just create needless anguish on all sides.
Talk to your teens frankly, but non-judgmentally. Give them the facts about diseases, the financial and emotional consequences of pregnancy; explain about safe sex and birth control. Help them decide what their own sexual limits should be and how to establish those limits with their peers.
Straight talk about sex isn't going to make teenagers more or less sexually active. Threats will only create hard feelings on all sides. Present the facts, promise them your support, and let them know they can trust you.
TIPS FOR PARENTS
If you need more help, or if you're still having trouble talking to your kids, find out if you're church, temple or mosque offers family life education. Ask your paediatrician for help, turn to the internet or head to the local library.
The main objection against condom use was reduction of sensitivity and dead feeling, like wearing gloves. Now with ASTROGLIDE lubricant you can gain increased sensitivity and heightened sexual pleasure by squeezing a small amount of ASTROGLIDE on the inside tip of the condom and obviously applying more lubricant on the exterior of the condom. With ASTROGLIDE'S powerful lubricating properties that are long lasting and don't dry out, you will have a high safety factor in preventing condom breakage. Being water-based and having no smell or taste, ASTROGLIDE is now recognised as a best lubricant worldwide.
A great reference point is the I Love Claude program.
Massage, hugging, fantasy, voyeurism, exhibitionism, masturbation, vibrators or other sex toys (not shared), dry kissing, body to body rubbing (when fluids are not involved). All other Lesbian activities fall into the probably risky and very risky categories.
If you are using or intend using the female condom or use sex toys, vibrators etc. ASTROGLIDE vaginal lubricant will offer you sustained and prolonged lubrication. Astroglide has no smell or taste, does not contain animal fat and has been approved by the Vegan Society. Being water-soluble it is easy to remove with a wet wash cloth/flannel. It can also be used to lubricate tampons, diaphragms and douche nozzles. ASTROGLIDE will heighten those special moments of pleasure. Many users state that using it sends them to "Astro-Heaven".
ASTROGLIDE adds some sizzle to your intimate relationships and sex life, providing sensitivity, excitement, variety and above all peace of mind when combined with condom use.
ASTROGLIDE can be used for foreplay, body slides, massage, masturbation, sex toys and sexual intercourse. Its provide for better sex and can be used on and in all genital regions. There is also a strawberry version.
Use lube if you need to - or even if you don't. Even if you have a nicely moist vagina, a little extra lube is often a revelation. Just a squirt of Astroglide can change the feel of sex completely, making it seem like a new experience.
Don't Know Much About Body Language?
Making eye contact is a good start, but if he crosses his arms, is he telling you to back off? If she greets you with a yawn, do you head for the door? Not if you know body language.
Women cross their arms to say "stay away," but when a guy makes the gesture, it says: "I'm relaxed and comfortable." And the yawn? For both sexes, an adrenaline rush can send blood oxygen into nose dive, prompting a big yawn. But that means they're floored, not bored. Astroglide's ABC's of Body Language will show you how to decipher the non-verbal communications thatsay much more than words.
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