AQUAglide liquid, 125 ml
- the only water-based liquid lubricant
- liquid consistency for even more fun together
- for a particularly intense sense of pleasure – surprisingly different
- easy and practical to use
- dermatologically tested
- latexcondom compatible
- medical device
- pH-optimized (for Intimate-Balance)
- also suitable for oral pleasures
- for an especially long lovegame
- crystal clear
- Made in Germany
Original AQUAglide liquid – the only water-based liquid.
The unique consistency of the liquid tangibly improves lubrication during sexual intercourse, giving you even more pleasure. Alleviates vaginal dryness and reduces intimate discomfort. Crystal-clear, pleasantly sensitive and really kind to skin. Perfect for vaginal, anal or oral usage, it is latex-condom-compatible and very suitable for use with lovetoys (also with silicone-products).
Use: Simply apply AQUAglide liquid to the intimate area and enjoy the waterfall of feelings.
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.