This post is about Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel, a fantastic Durex product that is both a personal lubricant and condom-safe massage gel. Since many of you come to this post looking for information about Durex lube side effects, I will begin this post with information about that.
Durex Lube Side Effects/Durex Gel Side Effects
I’ve never experienced any adverse Durex lube side effects when using Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel, or any other Durex Play lubricant for that matter, but in general it’s wise to avoid getting any into your eyes.
If you experience irritation, stop using it.
Contact your doctor if the irritation continues or if you have to use additional lubricant all the time.
If you have experienced any Durex lube side effects while using Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel, please let me know in a comment below.
Lubricant Gel Side Effects
Not all lubricant gels are made equal, so though it’s unlikely that you will experience any negative side effects from a Durex lubricant gel, you might with some others.
Such negative side effects include:
signs of an allergic reaction such as
- red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin with or without fever;
- tightness in the chest or throat;
- trouble breathing, swallowing, or talking;
- unusual hoarseness; or
- swelling of the mouth, face, lips, tongue, or throat.
you could also experience signs of a skin infection such as
- redness, or
- bleeding that is not normal from the affected part
- signs of an allergic reaction such as
Just as I mentioned in the section above, contact your doctor if symptoms persist or if you have to use additional lubricant gel all the time.
Durex Play Tingle Side Effects (Durex Play Gel Side Effects)
Like other Durex gel lubricants, Durex Play Tingle is not known to have negative side effects. If you have experienced any, please tell me about them in a comment below so I can update this post.
Hmmm…today’s post is going to be just a little raunchy because I would like to tell you about a great sexual find I made recently. I’m talking about Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel, a Durex lubricant gel that is both a massage gel and personal lubricant. Read on to learn more about this Durex gel including how to use it and potential Durex lube side effects.
I’m a firm believer in safe sex, and as such, I am a big fan of all things Durex.
I don’t understand my friends who say that they can’t stand sex with a condom.
Durex has condoms for all moods, styles, sizes and preferences.
Some of Durex’s most popular condom brands include:
- Durex Invisible Super Ultra Thin Condoms for Men
- Durex Mutual Climax Condoms
- Durex Air
- Durex Extra Time, and
- Durex Extra Dots
Recently, I noticed that Durex had expanded its repertoire of pleasure products.
Not only do they have great new condom brands such as Durex Tingle (great stuff!) and Durex Pleasuremax Warming (which I highly recommend), but they now also offer more than one condom-safe Durex lubricant gel for increased sensitivity during sex.
Durex Play Lubricants
On our supermarket shelves, we now have four new Durex lubricants to choose from:
Of these products, I once tried Durex Play Heat because it came as a freebie sample with a packet of Durex Fetherlite condoms (the ultimate Durex condom if you ask me), but I had never purchased any for myself until recently.
Looking for a Good Massage Gel
My partner loves to receive massages, and I like to give them.
We’ve, therefore, been looking for good affordable massage oil for a while now.
After a horrific attempt with some (cheap) locally-produced coconut oil (I will spare you the details), it occurred to me to try Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel because not only is this a massage gel, but also a water-based personal lubricant so that a massage can, if need be, progress easily, seamlessly, and happily into something steamier! 🙂
My Experience With Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel
On a whim, I bought a bottle of Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel while I was at Nakumatt recently.
Whoa! Can I just say there were two happy Nairobians going about their day the next day?!
We tested both the massage quality and the Durex lubricant property of this lubricant gel.
As a massage gel, Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel is a little light but feels amazingly silky.
I had heard that description used often before, but nothing prepared me for the feel of it on skin.
Ladies, it sort of feels like one of those moisturizers that costs a fortune for a little pot: light and super moist.
Have I mentioned already that Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel is edible and tastes sweet?
I’ll say no more and let you try it yourself.
How to Use Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel (Durex Lube Side Effects Discussed at the Top of This Page)
Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel, as its name suggests, can be used in two ways.
First, it can be used as an aid in giving massages, thus resulting in more intensely satisfying massages.
Secondly, it can be used as a lubricant during intercourse.
To use Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel, just flip the bottle cap and squeeze gently to get some onto your hands or directly onto the body.
For a massage, gently move your hands over parts of your partner’s body as you both prefer.
Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel has a non-greasy feel and absorbs well into the skin.
To use as a lubricant, apply the Durex lubricant gel onto you and/or your partner’s intimate parts and proceed as usual.
Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel can be used as vaginal, oral, and/or anal lube.
Add more lubricant as necessary.
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Price & Where to Buy Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel
Durex Play 2-in-1 Massage Gel costs about 500 Ksh (~US$7.50) for a 200 ml bottle.
Believe me: that will be one of the best ways you’ve ever spent 500 Ksh.
When you do, please let me know what you think, of course keeping in mind that this site is generally not intended to be X-rated.
I wish you fun, happy, safe sex.
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