Silicone lubricants have many things to recommend them. They don't dry up, they are glycerin and paraben free, you can use silicone lube in water, as a massage cream, it even doubles as a moisturizer for shaving. There are drawbacks too, but more people are finding that silicone and silicone/water hybrid lubes are preferable to traditional water based lubricants. If you're looking for a silicone lubricant these reviews may help you pick one that's best for you. Click on the "read review" links below to see full details and review of each lubricant.
The first major brand to release a silicone based lubricant in bottles for use, Eros remains a high quality silicone lube. The cost is a little higher than others, but in some cases that reflects better quality ingredients. Eros is conveniently available in about eight different sizes, and is available in two consistencies, one a little thinner and lighter than the other.
Pink is a high quality silicone lubricant priced a little less than some of it's older competition. It's available in a regular plastic bottle and also in a high end glass bottle that is perfect for people with little storage and less privacy (it looks right at home amongst perfume bottles and toiletries). Pink has Aloe and Vitamin E, which the manufacturer says adds to its moisturizing properties and results in an easier clean up. Note that the company that makes Pink also makes Gun Oil, which is an identical product, just packaged for men.
A silicone lube from the Wet line of personal lubricants, Platinum is available in several sizes each with a flip top squeeze bottle. Like most of Wet's products, Platinum is priced slightly lower than many competitors.
A less expensive, and slightly lesser quality silicone lubricant, ID Millenium could be a good choice for anyone on a budget who wants to see if they like silicone lube.