Pjur Analyse Me & Pjur Back Door Comfort Glide Review
I have decided to review these two Pjur lubricants together, because as far as I can tell, they are the same product with different labels. I have checked the ingredients in both, and they match exactly. You can find the other Cara Sutra Pjur lubricants reviews here.
The Pjur anal lubricant is thick, more gel like in consistency than liquid. It’s crystal clear, not opaque as some other anal lubes tend to be. These anal lubricants are water based – but during use they are still very long lasting and don’t evaporate for a long time. They wash off easily with soap and water, and won’t stain bedsheets or clothing.
If you find that normal water based lubricants are too thin and runny for anal sex, and you don’t want to use silicone – or you’re using silicone anal sex toys or butt plugs, these water based anal lubricants from Pjur are the way to go.
Like I say, same ingredients for both:
Aqua (water), Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Hyaluronate, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate and Citric Acid.
These Pjur anal lubricants don’t have any scent to them and they’re taste free, although not edible so I don’t advise long periods of licking at them (ahem) and definitely don’t drink or eat them.
Reliable anal lubricants for all types of anal sexual play and pleasure!
Still not entirely sure of the need for two different types of labels on the same product. Possibly targeting different markets / buyers?
I have 30ml bottles of both. You can buy both of these lubricants at Lovehoney:
– Cara Sutra