AQUAglide anal, 100 ml
- long-lasting lubrication
- very effective, just a little goes a long way
- medical device
- dermatologically + clinically tested
- latexcondom compatible
- pH-optimized (for Intimate-Balance)
- scentless and tasteless
- especially for anal use
- longer lasting lubrication
- Made in Germany
AQUAglide anal – THE original
AQUAglide anal – for moments of trust and dedication. Its special formula makes it ideal for anal intercourse and guarantees a velvety, long-lasting glide.
Immerse yourself in an overwhelming feeling during love play: The crystal-clear original AQUAglide is a medical lubricant that provides a long-lasting, optimal level of moisture with just a few drops. AQUAglide has been the best known and probably most popular lubricant on the European market for 20 years.
AQUAglide provides moments of pulsating passion and endless hours of devotion and fusion. Millions of satisfied customers trust in the first-class quality of AQUAglide. It is 100% "Made with Love in Germany", crystal clear and highly productive.
Aqua, Vegetable Glycerin, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium Methylparaben, Sodium Benzoate, Lactic Acid
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Especially when using condoms, the type of lubricant is important if you don't want to risk damaging the condoms.
Always use lubricants specially developed for use with condoms and make sure that all of the following information is on the packaging when you purchase:
It signals that it is a legal medical device and is a duty for every intimate lubricant!
"kondomfreundlich/kondomgeeignet" in German language.
Use together with condoms is only permitted with this note!
If any or even all of the information on lubricant packaging is missing, it must under no circumstances be used together with condoms!
If the CE mark is missing on lubricant packaging, these lubricants are not even intended for sexual intercourse without a condom!
Independent tests have shown that up to 40% of condoms (tested with non-approved lubricant) burst much earlier than normal!
Since many inadmissible lubricants contain, for example, small quantities of oils, condom safety is no longer guaranteed as a result.