The gels For Him and For Her are meant to heighten pleasure during sexual activities, and the best thing is that it's not limited to any target audience. As long as you want to boost what's already there or want to enjoy your sexuality a little bit more, then the gels may be worth a try.
Enhancers for couples, tingling/warmth sensations.
Small tube caps that can be hard to open.
Best use: The Wet Together is a pair of intimate gels, For Him and For Her, that are made to work together or used separately. On their own, the gels either give a slight tingling or warming sensation, but are meant to improve sensitivity. For Him is a male enhancement that is designed to give more pleasure by producing a warming sensation. For Her is a clitoral gel that is intended to give clitoral stimulation and help with natural lubrication. The sensation is felt as tingling sensation, and in itself does help in increasing lubrication.
Not all ingredients are listed on the product page, and I'll give a complete list by first stating what both products have in common: Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Benzoic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopherol, Aloe Barbadensis, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Mentha Piperita Oil, Water, Xanthan Gum, Eupatorium Rebaudianum Bertoni Leaf Extract. The difference in ingredients is that For Her also contains Niacinamide, which is vitamin B3 and can help improve orgasms, and For Him contains Arginine (L), which helps with blood flow and ultimately erectile dysfunction. At least that's the information I managed to get by looking up the last two ingredients and that seemed to make sense with the product.
The product comes in very small tubes of 0.5 Oz (15 ml), and are supposed to contain 45 applications per tube. That quantity seems slightly exaggerated as it's not possible to control the amount you'll use every time. So I'd estimate the number of applications to be lower than that. In addition to the tubes, the package also contains samples of the Wet Together lubricants (Tingling for Her and Warming for Him).
Note that the products are gels, and are not meant to be used like lubricants. The instruction says to use one drop of each product, His and Hers, and massage it into the area 5 min before intercourse and the effect can last up to 20 minutes.
This product does not contain parabens and is latex-compatible.
Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity:
The gels have two different consistencies. The one For Him is thicker and a drop stays fairly well on the tip of the finger. As for the one For Her, the viscosity is similar to that of a lubricant, and if a drop is applied on a fingertip, a second finger is required to catch that drop with a second finger before applying it.
The gel For Him is absorbed quickly into the skin and the one For Her mixes well with natural lubrication and it is actually hard to say when or if it gets completely absorbed.
Ingredients her: Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Benzoic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopherol, Ale Barbadensis, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Niacinamide, MenthaPiperita Oil, Water, Xanthan Gum, Eupatorium Rebaudianum Bertoni Leaf Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin
Ingredients him: Water, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Benzoic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Tocopherol, Aloe Barbadensis, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Arginine (L), Mentha Piperita Oil, Xanthan Gum, Eupatorium Rebaudianum Bertoni Leaf Extract, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Krisgel 100 Liquid
Taste / Aroma:
The products faintly smell like mint, which is not surprising as they both contain peppermint oil. Although the one For Her smells like mint in a stronger way than that For Him. Since the sensations and viscosity differ slightly between both products, it would make sense that the ratio of ingredients wouldn't be the same.
The product isn't intended for oral use, but I will go over the taste in case you might be wondering about it. So for the purpose of tasting, For Her tastes like a very faint minty water, and oddly, For Him, leaves a sensation of warmth (burning?) rather than taste.
A single drop of the product really goes a long way, as even the tingling or warmth sensation is still marked after 10 min. The product details also mention that it can last for up to 20 min, so that must include the period when the product efficiency starts to fade.
I expected this product to give more sensations, but I think that's what the Wet Together lubricants are for. The pleasure gels seems to have been designed to really enhance the sexual experience with the ingredients I mentioned, the Niacinamide and the L-Arginine. There are some sensations associated with the product, but it does not seem to be their main feature.
However, when it comes to the clitoral stimulation, the tingling and warmth is reminiscent of other clitoral gels that I've tested before. The mint had a lot to do with the tingling, but I think it's the first time I tried one with the extra ingredients. It was stimulating and boosted my sensations, but I'm easily stimulated to begin with. As for the male enhancer, it didn't seem to give any type of sensation when it was applied, but the sensations felt afterward seemed pretty good - but then, we can't be sure how much of that was really from the product.
- The set includes:
- Two 0.5 fl oz. tubes - Clitoral arousal gel for Her
- Enhancement gel for Him
- Safety features:
Paraben free / Petro-chemicals free
- Special features:
- Tingling sensation
As mentioned before, the tubes are small and so are their caps, which are actually hard to open if you have very short nails. So if I wasn't careful, some content would get squeezed out when it would suddenly open. More often than not, I had to open it with my teeth, not because they require a lot of force, but because I have a better grip that way.
The package is also very pretty, but I had some issues about the design as well - it wasn't that reading-friendly. There are two background colors on the box, one golden part at the upper part and the bottom, and one black part in the middle, and they both go all around the box. Black text is used for the golden part and white for the black one, and the transition between the two wasn't easy on the eyes. The text is written in a rather small format, and with such a box, I would have preferred some written instructions inside.