lubricating cream


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lu·bri·cat·ing cream

a form of cold cream used as a massage cream or night cream; it contains lanolin or its derivatives.
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If irritation does develop, tell them to wait for an additional 30 minutes after gentle cleansing and to use the product with a lubricating cream such as Eucerin or Purpose.
In addition, the glands that normally lubricate the vagina will not function effectively because of hormonal changes, so it's advisable to use a lubricating cream which is available from your pharmacist.
This can be prevented if you will place a bit of lubricating cream or ointment about the size of a pea on the end of your fingertip and then rub it up inside the nose, especially on the middle portion (the septum).