Sex Creams vs Oils
When it comes to products that you can use in the bedroom, one of the most widely purchased female sexual enhancement is your basic cream or oil. These are usually sold in the family planning section of your local drug store or bigger retail store. Though packaged in the same fashion, there are a few key differences between the two. All it takes is a little common sense and you will be sure to not put something where it doesn't belong.
Every store out there will have a plethora of different oils on the shelf. These come in many forms from flavored kinds to those that create a warm or cold sensation. If you get a professional massage, they may use and recommend a certain type of oil that you could use at home. Oils provide a mostly sensual experience as you use them for back rubs and deep muscle massages more often than on any sexual areas. There are, however, oils that double as lube and these can be used anywhere you want. You need to be careful though because you probably won't want to use an oil that will make your private areas feel like they are being scalded with boiling water. If you've ever had an accident with IcyHot you know what I mean.
Sex creams are completely different from oils and have one purpose. To be used during sex. These have many kinds of special ingredients that do different things. One of the most common ingredients is spermicide. This aids whatever other kind of birth control you are using to make absolute sure that no sperm will get through. Even this isn't 100% effective so make sure to use backup. Other kinds of sex creams will have special features. There is a cream for men that numbs them a little bit so they will last longer and there are also assorted creams that are supposed to enhance libido in both sexes.
There are many places on the Internet that will send you free samples of most of this stuff so before you shell out 15 bucks for any product. Make sure you try it before you buy it and make sure you aren't allergic to any of the ingredients.