Is Durex good for massages?
Durex Massage & Play 2 in 1 with Ylang Ylang is suitable to use with latex condoms. The product contains one 6.76 FL OZ bottle of intimate pleasure gel. It is also available in Aloe Vera and Guarana extract. Our products are delivered in discreet packaging with no indication of parcel contents.
What is the use of Durex Play Massage Gel?
Durex Play Massage 2 in 1 can ease vaginal dryness & intimate discomfort whilst creating a sensual experience for both of you. Suitable for vaginal, anal and oral sex. It’s not a contraceptive and it doesn’t contain spermicide. Durex Play lubricants may slow sperm down.
What is the benefit of Durex Play?
Durex Play Massage Sensual Massage 2 in 1 can ease vaginal dryness & intimate discomfort, whilst improving intimacy and helping relieve stress. Suitable for vaginal, anal and oral sex. It’s not a contraceptive and it doesn’t contain spermicide. Durex Play lubricants may slow sperm down.
What is the Durex Play?
Durex Play Feel, is a light smooth pleasure gel and lube to help give you and your partner a sensual experience! Contains a specially formulated blend of ingredients which will enhance touch between you and your partner. It is water soluble, easily washed off, and suitable for vaginal, anal and oral sex.
Does lubricant have side effects?
Risks and side effects Commercial lubricants are safe for most people. However, as with any healthcare product, they present some risks, including: allergic reactions. skin irritation.
Which Durex Play is best?
The Durex Play 2in1 Massage Aloe Vera is a fab non-sticky fragrance-free lube that can be used all over the body. It’s got a lovely light feel and the best part is that it won’t stain the sheets either. It’s a win-win! If you’re not a massive fan of condoms then you should try these.
Is Durex lubricant safe to get pregnant?
While you can’t use them to prevent pregnancy (you’d need spermicide for that), they are not a good choice when you’re trying to get pregnant. According to one study, one in four couples reported using personal lubricants (that were not fertility-friendly) while trying to conceive.