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Upgrade your play with the cooling lubricant from Orgie. The Orgie Lube Tube is waiting for your command.
- Colourless and odourless
- Provides long-lasting lubrication
- Safe to use with latex condoms
Safe and smooth, ready to spice up your lovemaking and to improve the overall quality of your life. With the orgie lube tube cool lubricant 150 ml, the pleasure is all yours.
Provides long-lasting lubrication
Orgie Lube Tube Cool is a water-based, odorless, long-lasting lubricant specially formulated to increase pleasure and intimacy by creating a mild cooling and tingling effect during play. Lube Tube is not sticky and easy to clean up and wash out.
Good to know
Apply to any area of the body where extra moisture is desired. Suitable for daily use. Compatible with latex condoms.
Did you know?
The Orgie Lube Tube is shipped in a plain box with no reference to the contents of the package or our brand name. The only one who will be excited about the parcel is you!
- Water based lubricant
- Long lasting
- Non-greasy, non-stick
- Fragrance free
- Cooling effect
- 15 cm x 5 cm
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