Review of Spunk Lube

All right, all right. I was initially a little skeptical about attempting a “Spunk” lube. After all, I am a lesbian. I’ve loaned that shit a lot of moons ago. I thought the consistency would mortify me because it would remind me of masculine cum. But I thought I’d give it a shot when Jeff struck me with an offer to try their lubes. You can never get enough lube, and I never had the enjoyment to try out a hybrid of water and silicone, so why not?

I asked for the Spunk Hybrid lube initially. It is a lube based on water and silicone, making it a hybrid. When my package arrived, I was happy to see that they sent me all three! Yay! Now I can attempt and compare all of their row of lubes.

Spunk lube has coated it, depending on your requirements. The Spunk Hybrid can be used safely with all your toys (silicone or otherwise) and it really takes a long time. It is also secure during oral sex, so when you go from one routine to the next, do not worry about having to wash it off. Spunk Pink provides the same compatibility with silicone toys without glycerin, so if you have a sensitivity to glycerin, it will work good for you. The Spunk Pure silicone is fantastic for anal, and the glass dildos work great. It comes with just 4 components and is free of parabens and glycerin.

Spunk Pure Silicone: This is a silicone-based lube that makes use of silicone toys unfit. My girlfriend and I don’t always use silicone toys that often make it great to have a silicone lube at hand. With glass toys it operates fantastic and after use it does not dry out or leave an oily residue. This one is not at all the same as cum. It’s a definite lube made up of four silicone oils and that’s it.

Ingredients: Cyclohexasiloxane, dimethicone, dimethiconol, cylopentasiloxane.

Spunk Hybrid: This is the main cum lube and it looks more like cum than the rest. I got the 8 oz. A bottle with a push-down nozzle like a lotion bottle, which makes it easy to grab a handful when we’re in the middle of sex. It is also secure by mouth and has no funky flavour.

My first impression; it looks like sperm. Not only male cum, but my own as well. It’s a dense consistency that reminds me of a gel lube, but it’s not like Aloe Vera gel, more like a hair conditioner. It is not at all sticky. I played with a wad in my hand as I wrote this review. I took a dime in one side and played with it to see how it was going to dry up a little bit. It ultimately absorbed into my hand and left no strange, sticky or oily residue behind it. There is no smell, but there is a very weak taste, but it is not unpleasant.

Ingredients: Water, Dimethicone, Cyclohexasiloxane, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxymethylcellulose, Glycerin, Methylparaben.

Spunk Pink: Probably this is my line favorite. It’s beautiful and purple, more like Aloe Vera gel than the initial Spunk Hybrid lube. When I tested them out by squirting a little on paper and then tilting it for 20 seconds, it was the slowest to run down the piece of paper. It has a very weak mint fragrance and tastes like flouride gel from a dentist’s office (but not as powerful or gross). Without leaving a pink dye, the pink dries clear.

I also performed for a while with this one, taking it a little in my hand and spreading it out and letting it dry. No oily or sticky residue, and after it dries, the smell and taste are gone entirely.

Ingredients: Water, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cyclohexasiloxane, Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, Propylene Glycol, Methylparaben, Red 40, Hydroxymethylcellulose.

Overall rating: 4.5/5 No parabens for the hybrid lubes are the only change I would like to see. I’m impressed other than that. For the time being, my Sliquid was retired.

Thank you, SPUNK Lube! Take a look at them on Twitter and tell Jeff hey. They are very friendly and helpful.

Spunk Lube, Spunk Lube Hybrid and Spunk Lube Pink, in exchange for my frank review, were given free of charge. This conforms to FTC norms. *