Some women and men prefer water-based lubricants to silicone-based lubricants. Unfortunately, there are fewer effective water-based lubricants than effective silicone-based lubricants. Pjur Woman Aqua is looking to change all of that, much like how Pjur Woman Bodyglide changed the way people look at silicone lubes. Pjur has figured out what works and what doesn't - with both water-based and silicone-based lubes.
Not only is Pjur Woman Aqua one of the best water-based lubricants, it is also FDA registered. Its non-toxic, odorless, chemical and preservative-free formula brightly shines over the lubricant industry, demonstrating how personal lubricants should be formulated ... with your health and comfort in mind. So when you rely on Pjur Woman Aqua for your sexy slipperiness you can safely, comfortably play with your aroused partner. Enjoy one another with guiding slickness that feels wonderfully smooth and gentle.
Made to complement the female anatomy, Pjur Woman Aqua can be used during masturbation, foreplay, or sex - enhancing all three sexual activities for extended periods of time, without becoming a sticky mess that is bothersome and annoying. And since its formula is so incredibly strong, you only need two or three drops for complete lubrication of your hot spots. Pjur Woman Aqua is 100% latex compatible and can be used with any sex toy material.
Call it an investigation. One that takes years of experimenting. Yes, I am referring to choosing the right personal lubricant. Many people, especially women, are frustrated to no end with cheaply made lubricants that contain known skin irritants, and that fail to create and provide lasting lubrication for the duration of a sexual encounter. Let me save you time, effort, and also help you eliminate unnecessary frustrations: All of the Pjur and Eros products work, and work quite well - for women and men.
Pjur Woman Aqua and Pjur Woman Bodyglide are two original lubricant formulas that have been on my favorites list for quite a while, and though I lean toward silicone-based lubricants, Pjur Woman Aqua's water-based formula is just as effective as O'My Original Lube, which says a lot about Pjur Woman Aqua's quality. Honestly, as I've said a million times before, the new lubricant formulas are much better than the old school formulas that could potentially cause irritation, yeast infections, vaginal discomfort, and became sticky and messy.
Thanks to recent advances in lubricant formulas, those negative side effects are in the past. Pjur Woman Aqua is one reason why. It set the highest standard imaginable, forcing the competition to re-formulate its lubricant properties and re-define what is or is not a quality lubricant. Pjur Woman Aqua is everything that I like in my personal lubricants, which isn't that surprising since I've yet to try a Pjur product that I dislike. Pjur Woman Aqua, of all water-based products, is probably my favorite. In comparison to Astroglide and ID Glide, Pjur Woman Aqua is far ahead of the game. Women might also check out Liquid Sex Light, which is fragrance and glycerin-free.
I wanted to get down to business. No more screwing around with this lubricant and that lubricant. I wanted to see and feel for myself which type of lubricant is better. I see more women and men complaining about water-based lubes than silicone-based lubricants. I've been around VibeReview long enough that I should already know. Regardless....
I bought Pjur Woman Aqua (water kind) and Pjur Woman Bodyglide (silicone kind). I played with the same sex toys with each lube. By this point I was damn serious about figuring this mystery out. I noticed immediately that I have to be continually wet for Pjur Woman Aqua to stay slick, while Pjur Woman Bodyglide remained slick without any help from Mother Nature.
When it came time to have sex with my husband, a clear favorite emerged. Pjur Woman Bodyglide made the Aqua version look like a cheap motel fighting a five-star hotel. I will not use a water-based lubricant again -- not unless I have to, if that's the only thing available. I don't know where Pjur Woman Aqua falls into the scope of other water-based lubes. Maybe it is the best? Not sure. But I am going with the silicone lube.