|Product Code||: 2092|
|Available||: In Stock|
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|1 Tube||US$ 30.00||US$ 30.00|
|2 Tubes||US$ 10.00||US$ 20.00|
Durex KY is a water-based lubricant, which is formulated to have amazing intimacy experience. It effectively eases the discomfort of vaginal dryness during sexual intercourse. Vaginal dryness can occur in any women because of tiredness, stress, or menstruation. It has been specifically prepared based on gynaecological research to boost your natural lubrication. The gel based formulation provides personal moisture to help ensure lubrication and comfort during sexual intercourse. The product is fragrance-free, non-greasy, moist, and colorless. All these qualities help protect you from irritation. It is gentle and safe to use for your intimate parts. Durex KY is perfect for use with condoms. It is easy to rinse and won’t remain in the body like petroleum jelly.
- Perfume free
- Easy to wash
- Safe to use with latex condoms
- Easy to handle solution
- Gentle enough for daily use
- Suitable for insertion of catheters
- Easily available
- Sodium hydroxide
- Chlorhexidine digluconate
When you are ready to get intimate, apply lubricant at the beginning to start the sexual practice. It's slippery properties will create a thrilling sensation, increasing the pleasure factor. Keep the lubricant with you as you may need to re-apply during the action. This will help you keep indulging in the act for long. It keeps you moving smoothly if you are frequently switching positions.
Warnings and Precautions:
- Consult your gynecologist if irritation occurs.
- It is not a contraceptive and does not contain a spermicide.
- The product should be kept out of the reach of children.
- Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membrane.
- Make sure that you do not use the product if quality seal is opened, broken, or missing.
- It can get unpleasantly sticky during use.
- Avoid using it during pregnancy or lactation. Consult your gynecologist if you wish to use.
- It may decrease the sperm count, so if you are trying to conceive, please talk to your gynecologist.