Wet lubricant info

Wet lubricant information and choices: What is the difference between Wet Light and Wet Original? Wet Original is a thicker, gel like formulation. Wet Light is a thinner liquid, version of Wet Original. Both water-based formulas are odorless, colorless, greaseless, stain-free and sugar-free. Both are extremely long lasting and dry leaving the skin feeling moisturized rather than sticky and tacky like other leading brands. Choosing which of the two is right for you is a matter of personal preference.

________________________________________ Which choice is right for me? Wet Light versus Wet Original? If you prefer a more liquid version of our product, one which more closely mimics the body’s natural moisture, you would choose Wet Light. If you want a thicker, gel like formula, you would choose Wet Original.

________________________________________ Are Wet Light and Wet Original FDA approved as medical devices? Yes. Both of these products are condom compatible and have gone through the extensive FDA approval process to be approved as 510(k) medical devices.

What makes Wet Warming different? Wet Warming formulas are designed to offer the added pleasure of a gentle warming sensation. “Rub it on; it gets warm. Blow on it; it gets warmer.” Friction really heats things up. When you desire that something extra, try Wet Warming!

________________________________________ What makes the warming heat up? This glycerin based formula reacts with the moisture in your skin creating the warming sensation. Friction and added moisture intensifies the sensation.

________________________________________ What if the warming doesn’t heat up or work? Keep in mind, it is a gentle warming sensation. It is not supposed to be hot. During very cold times of the year when humidity is low or when your skin is very dry, you may experience less warming than in more humid times. Check the expiration date of the product as well. If expired, discard the product as it will not likely warm.

________________________________________ Can I use Wet Warming as a Massage Lotion? Yes! This long-lasting glycerin based formula may be used for a warming sensual massage and its clear, water-based formula won’t stain sheets! It is long lasting and kissably sweet so pour it on and turn up the heat!