You may want to keep that back door closedFor those with no allergy or sensitivity concerns with jojoba oil Pjur back door would be worth a try, but if you do not know how this particular ingredient will affect you, there are lots of other great silicone lubes out there to enhance your anal play experience.
Long lasting, slick, no odor or flavor
Jojoba oil has possible allergy concerns and lends a certain hypersensitivity
A silicone based lubricant designed specifically for use in anal intercourse, Pjur back door is marketed under Pjur's "His" formulations. Labeled as non-toxic and perfect for all skin types. Jojoba oil is used in this product, and it should be noted that in sensitive users there is a small risk of contact dermatitis, which is an itchy red rash with blisters. Another important note is that while jojoba oil is generally very safe and beneficial, particularly as a moisturizer, because this lube comes in contact with you internally some specific precautions may apply. Jojoba is a wax ester that the body doesn't digest or absorb, in any significant amount, contact with your digestive system (in this case the anus/rectum) "jojoba oil can cause steatorrhea, leading to diarrhea, foul-smelling stools and an oily anal leakage". This statement is provided by a study featured in the American Journal of Physiology, published in 1992. Obviously the concentration is low and deemed safe by regulating agencies but those who are sensitive or have allergies to jojoba will want to pass.
The consistency of back door lube is roughly that of vegetable oil. It does not stay in place when poured and causes hands to become very slippery. It maintains its oily feeling until washed off with soap and water and doesn't become sticky or tacky.
This lube is not intended for oral use so it lacks both a flavor and significant odor. You may find that it smells somewhat like a light vegetable oil but it is inoffensive and not noticeable when in use.
Pjur will last the duration of any extended anal play and will not really absorb into your skin. You must remember 'what goes in must come out' so if you have used an excess of this lube it will leak out your rectum and may cause some loose stool. You will need to use both soap and water to wash off and if you use particularly mild soaps it could take two to three washes. You should also note that the relaxing properties of the jojoba oil cause a rather unique sensation on the sphincter. Not warming, cooling, tingling or painful, it is more of an 'awareness' and greater sensitivity to the sensations you're feeling.
The product is packaged in a small can, reminiscent of a men's can of shaving cream. It can be difficult to open with one hand and nearly impossible if that hand already have some of the lube on it. The cap stays on tightly and securely making it a good choice for travel. It is unlikely to blend in on a woman's counter top but would fit in nicely with men's bath products.
As I mentioned in the Performance section, the jojoba oil lends a unique sensation to this lubricant. I felt that Pjur made me more sensitive, and it became too much for me. I had to cut these sessions short. I was unable to fight the sensation of needing to use the bathroom and even the lightest touch was quite intense. This is a problem we did not encounter with other lubes we used for this purpose.
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