Review: ID Millennium

I admit it, I have a bit of a lube addition.  I love to use it, but with as much as I currently have (and have in my review queue o.O) I’ll never be able to use it all.  I’ve seen I-D Lubes for quite a while, but I’d never tried them, so I decided to request a giant bottle of their ID Millennium from Eden Fantasys to review.

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Silicone based lube
  • Manufacturer: I-D Lubricants
  • Ingredients:  Cyclomethicone, Dimethicone, Dimethiconol
  • Size:  1 oz, 2.5 oz, 5 oz, 16 oz
  • Price:  $8.99, $13.99, $19.99, $43.99
  • Pros:  Only three ingredients; Long lastly; Leaves you silky smooth; Many other uses; Paraben and glycerin free; Latex safe
  • Cons:  Must lock pump to put the cap on; A bit leaky
  • Overall Rating: 4.5/5
  • Recommended: Yes, but maybe not a huge bottle

The bottle

Since I got the biggest bottle (16oz), the ID Millennium comes in a tall cylindrical bottle.  There is a grove in the side of the bottle which I’m not sure if it’s for looks or as a grip.  It comes with a black plastic cap to cover the pump, but my problem with this is that the cap is too short to allow you to leave the pump up.  To put the cap back on you have to push the pump down and lock it in place (essentially wasting a full squirt of lube).  Not that you don’t have some to waste with a 16 oz bottle, but it is a problem from my point of view.  Aside from that, there is a label on the front that lists the product name and says “long lasting”, “pure silicone lubricant”, and “silky smooth”.  The back label lists some information about the product as well as the ingredients.  I’m sure if you wanted to leave it sitting out you could peel the labels off, so that it’s a bit more discreet, but it’s still a big bottle.  I would recommend finding somewhere to stash it that it can remain standing up.  It does seem to leak a bit, but thankfully it was shipped in a ziplock bag.

The lube itself is a fairly basic silicone lube.  It’s pretty thin, so you need to be careful to not get too much or it will run everywhere.  It’s a tad thicker than Gun Oil or Pink, but not by much.  It spreads very easily and does not get sticky at all.  On the back of my hand, it actually rubs in fairly well and leaves me feeling very soft.  It does last a very long time though and you really only need a tiny bit.

Other than that, it’s not really an exciting lube, but it is a good basic silicone lube.  It only has three ingredients, so it’s a good choice if you’re looking for something paraben, and glycerin free. If you want to splurge and get a big bottle I’m sure you can find a bunch of uses.  Shower sex is one, but you can also use it for anything you would normally use WD40 for.  Since it’s a simple silicone, you can use a few drops on wet hair to help make it smooth, silky, and shiny, or use it for an oil free massage (especially if you get break outs from oil).  You could also buy a cheap plastic sheet and have some slippery slip and slide fun.  If you’re creative enough, I bet you can use 16 oz in no time!

Overall, ID Millennium is a good solid silicone lube.  It is a bit runny and the large bottle isn’t as functional as I hoped (leaks, cap issue), but the lube itself is a nice product.  The smaller size bottles do not come with a pump top and seem to be flip tops, so you should probably have no issues with those leaking.

product picture
Lubricant by Westridge Laboratories
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer.

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*This review was sponsored by Eden Fantasys, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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