MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricant Pina Colada (118 ml)
Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricant by MD Science Lab
- MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricant is The Standard By Which All Others Will Be Judged.
MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricant is setting the standard in today’s marketplace. The finest ingredients available are blended into these advanced MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricants for exceptional glide and slickness. MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricants come in a “leak proof” bottle with a convenient single-hand pump for easy, non-interruptive applications. MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricant is perfect for any intimate activity requiring extra lubrication and less friction. The sleek packaging of MD Science Lab Swiss Navy Water-Based Lubricant is “designed to be on the night stand — not in it.”
Q. What’s so great about Swiss Navy® Lubricants?
- Ergonomic “leak proof” bottle design with locking pump
- Single-hand pump for easy one-handed application
- Water Based formula is non-staining—safe for toys
A. MD Science Labs Swiss Navy® lubricants have patented leak-proof locking pumps on every bottle. Our pumpsmake Swiss Navy® lubricants very travel friendly and spill proof via the locking pump. MD Science Labs uniquely designedbottles have a high-end look. They are designed to be kept on the nightstand, not in it.Swiss Navy® Silicone is made from the highest grade of silicone available in the market today, making itvery silky and velvety. MD Science Labs silicone based lubricant long lasting, so there is no need to reapply. Swiss Navy®Silicone based lubricant is perfect for anal sex and is great for intimacy in water. Many post-menopausalwomen may benefit more from Swiss Navy® Silicone since it is not absorbed and can help with dry,sensitive tissues.Our Swiss Navy® Water Based lubricant has a viscosity unlike any other water based lubricant. SwissNavy® Water Based comes out like a gel and liquefies with friction so it stays where you put it.Q. Is it safe to use with condoms, toys and are they edible?
A. Both the silicone and water based lubricants are condom compatible. The water based can be usedwith any type of toy. The silicone lubricant is compatible with toys that are safe with silicone. It is alwaysbest to test the compatibility with any silicone toy. Both lubricants are ingestible during oral intimate play.Q. Are Swiss Navy® Lubricants safe to use if I have a medical condition?
A. MD Science Labs recommends that anyone with a medical questions or concerns consult their doctor before usingany of their products. Normally, lubricants are safe as long as it is safe to have sexual activity.Swiss Navy® Lubricants – Silicone and Water Based
- Patented leak-proof locking pump.
- Highest grade of silicone available.
- Sleek high-end discreet packaging.
- Can be used with any other M.D. Science Lab product.
Apply as desired to area to be lubricated. Latex compatible.
If irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately. Do not use if outer seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children.
Water (Aqua), Glycerin, Cellulose Gum, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Saccharin, Potassium Acesulfame, Diazolidinyl Urea, Flavor (Aroma), Citric Acid, PEG 8, Disodium EDTA, Potassium Sorbate
About MD Science Lab
M. D. SCIENCE LAB, LLC HAS BEEN DEVELOPING PRODUCTS TO ENHANCE THE SEXUAL EXPERIENCE SINCE 1998. THE COMPANY'S PRINCIPALS HAVE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN CLINICAL RESEARCH, NUTRITION, MEDICINE, GYNECOLOGY, AND BUSINESS.
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