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I'd rather be dry apart than wet together with these products. They say they are water based but they are silicone packed, so be careful with your toys. Even with all that silicone they dry you up more than many water based lubes and faster too. This lube was a painful experience that I will not be rushing to have again. I do not recommend this lubricant to any user.
As cute of an idea as Wet Together lube is, it just doesn't work the way that it should. It's a nightmare to clean up and can cause allergy problems for some people.
Wet Together has been more of a frustrating challenge. I tried different ways to make it work for me and while I do enjoy a tiny bit for G-spotting or intercourse, it's not a product I will buy again. I will never touch His again and Her's is too problematic to deal with. For someone who likes intense cooling, this may be a great choice. I was disappointed that His did nothing at all except cause a mess on my crotch. I'd suggest purchasing another warming/tingling lubricant to replace His.
It may not do as it is advertised to do, but couples (as well as individuals) can still enjoy this product.
A staining flammable lubricant. Need I say more? I usually avoid any product that has an extensive warning label in fine print. If peppermint is not your thing, skip hers. The peppermint tingling sensation versus a burning sensation is a matter of perspective This did not make my list of preferred lubricants. Hers is going in the trash.
Wet Together is an interesting couples' lube system that provides unique and effective sensations. However, it seems like Wet let the primary purpose of the lube (lubrication) slip to the wayside. As more and more couples are adding toys to their play (and silicone is becoming the material of choice) the use of a silicone lube for Her isn't ideal. Overall, Wet Together makes an interesting addition to the lotions/potions collection, but won't replace your primary lube of choice.