pjur Original - Long-Lasting, Extra-Smooth Silicone-Based Lubricant and Massage Oil for Enhanced Pleasure - Latex Condom Compatible - Zero Odors, Flavors, or Preservatives (100ml)
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Do you enjoy oral sex but are unsure whether lubricant is ok to use? Our answer: If your lube contains harmless active ingredients, you can use it 😊 You should really only be mindful of the quality of your lubricant. This blog article will help you find out what you should keep in mind when buying a personal lubricant. For even more pleasure, we recommend using this product with pjur myglide, the water-based personal lubricant with ginseng specifically designed to enhance passion.
Perhaps you should take it slow at first to see what you both find enjoyable. Some like it very slippery while others want to feel a bit more friction. It doesn’t make sense to use a lot of personal lubricant, if you like to feel some friction. Deciding how much lubricant to use and for what reason is totally up to you and your personal desires!Excessive amounts of glycerin and glycols are toxic for lactobacilli and promote herpes simplex infections as well as bacterial vaginosis. Our water-based personal lubricants are almost entirely absorbed by the top layer of skin. If you apply too much, simply wash it off with lukewarm water. Simply apply the amount of personal lubricant you need to the corresponding part of your intimate area. Suitable for daily use. Compatible with latex condoms.
You can reapply the product if necessary. This is all down to your own level of sensitivity. Leave the product to be absorbed for a few minutes. You do not need to dab it off before intercourse.You can find a use-by date on our personal lubricants. This is the date up until they can be used if the bottles have not been opened yet. Once they are opened, this changes. Our personal lubricants usually have a shelf-life of 5 years. Once you have opened the lube you can use it for up to six months unless the use-by date on the product is at an earlier point in time. Lubricant and sensitive skin – Is that a problem? Your intimate area is just as important to us as it is to you