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pjur BACK DOOR Regenerating Anal Glide delivers long-lasting lubrication, which makes it particularly suitable for dealing with intense sensations during anal play.
- Specifically for intensive anal sex
- Care formula with something extra for stressed skin
- With regenerating panthenol & soothing camomile
pjur Back Door is formulated with panthenol which supports the skin's natural moisture and protects stressed mucous membranes. Camomile soothes the intimate area.
Simply apply the amount of personal lubricant you need to the corresponding part of your intimate area. Suitable for daily use , and compatible with latex condoms.
pjur’s 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.
Also suitable for use with erotic toys.
Certified as Medical Device Class IIa according to the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR).
- 100 mL
- Water-based anal lubricant
- With nurturing and regenerating panthenol
- With calming chamomile
- No fats, oils, or perfumes
- Easy to rinse
- Excellent gliding properties
- Suitable for sex toys and latex
- Very good grading
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