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pjur®Med Repair Glide is a water-based personal personal lubricant with regenerative hyaluron for dry and stressed vaginal mucosa. Hyaluron has the ability to bind large amounts of water and to deliver better than average lubrication enabling optimum regeneration of the skin.
- With regenerating and moisturizing hyaluron
- long-lasting lubrication
- Ideal for dry and stressed skin in the genital area
pjur Med Repair Glide helps nature moisturize and lubricate the vaginal area for women who are experiencing dryness and skin irritation, which can make sex uncomfortable and can even make daily living activities painful and difficult to carry out. This gentle and hypoallergenic water-based intimate lubricant is completely safe for use with latex condoms.
It contains no preservatives and enriches the natural lubrication of sensitive skin. It has no synthetic colors, perfumes or paraffin and is oil and fat free. Its neutral taste and color mean that it can be used with total discretion. Pjur Med Repair Glide is not sticky or tacky while providing long-lasting relief.
Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hyaluronate, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid.
- 100 mL
- Compatible with latex condom
- Long-lasting lubrication
- Protects and repairs
- Dermatologically tested
- CE certified
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