Heat FAQs

Is heat safe for internal use?

Yes, unlike oils or serums, Heat is a water-based lubricant, making it safe for internal and external use.

Can I use heat with other lubricants?

It is safe to use heat in combination with other water-based lubricants, such as shine organic, and with oil-based lubricants. Heat is not compatible with silicone lubricants.

Can I use heat with condoms?

Heat is safe for use with natural rubber latex and polyisoprene condoms.

What is the sensation like?

Heat increases blood flow, resulting in a warm sensation that encourages arousal. The sensation is not a burning or tingling feeling. The intensity of the sensation varies based on the individual, so begin with a small amount and gradually apply more if desired.

Is it safe to use heat during oral sex?

This product is not considered food grade, but is safe for ingestion in small quantities.

Can I use heat if I have sensitive skin?

If you have sensitive skin: do a patch test to confirm the product is compatible with your skin and mucous membranes. If no reaction occurs after applying to a small patch of skin, start with a very small amount of product externally, prior to using larger quantities of product and/or using internally.

What is the difference between a warming lubricant, an intimacy serum, and an intimacy oil?

Warming lubricants can be used both internally and externally, and are FDA cleared. Intimacy serums are for external use only, and are not typically FDA cleared. Intimacy oils are oil-based, and as such cannot be used with natural rubber latex condoms.