German-made Silicone-based formula
Enriched with jojoba oil
Ideal for women with vaginal dryness and chronic UTI’s
Pjur®med SOFT glide silicone formula is specifically developed for very dry and sensitive mucous membrane in the genital area. The concentrated formula with high grade silicone has been enriched with jojoba oil, and provides excellent and exceptionally long-lasting smooth lubrication and supple feeling skin. Jojoba oil enhances skin flexibility, and has smoothing and soothing properties. Among jojoba’s many unique properties are its high level of antioxidants and vitamins such as vitamin A and E. Natural jojoba forms a lipid layer that binds oil into the skin without sealing it.
Vaginal dryness is a common problem for women of all ages, although it can become more common as women grow older. Besides making sexual intercourse painful and unpleasant, it can even make the normal activities of daily living uncomfortable and difficult. Fortunately, there’s a solution.
This is a must-have item for any woman above 50 (after menopause) to optimize moisture, improve vaginal health, and help prevent urinary tract infection. Use a small amount twice a day and see incredible benefits immediately!
Directions for use
Apply to any area of the body where extra moisture is desired. Suitable for daily use. Compatible with latex condoms.
Available in: 3.4 FL.OZ
NOT RECOMMEND to use with any male constriction rings or silicone based product. Novelty items are usually created out of solid silicone, silicone-based lubes can compromise the surface of the item. Consider Water-Based Styles in this case.
Ingredients: Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, Cyclopentasiloxane, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba Seed Oil).
Formulated especially for dry and sensitive mucous membranes in the genital area, Pjur Med Soft Glide can restore natural moisture and lubrication to the vagina and vulva. Made in Germany, this quality product gives long-lasting results and smooth lubrication while it softens and soothes the skin.
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