The #1 over-the-counter solution for personal dryness
Great for massage, foreplay and intercourse, Wet® Platinum® Premium Concentrated Lubricant Serum™ is doctor recommended for temporary relief of personal dryness associated with:
Why Wet® Platinum® Premium Concentrated
Other formulas are watered down, literally, causing them to dry out and become sticky very quickly. Wet® Platinum® Premium Concentrated Lubricant Serum™ stays silky smooth without having to reapply.
- Trusted for over 25 years
- Guaranteed never sticky
- Ultra long lasting: Coats the skin but does not absorb, Does not evaporate, Only one application needed
- Non-irritating: hypoallergenic
- No sugar, glycerin, glycols, or hormones
- No parabens or formaldehyde-releasing preservatives such as: Polyquaternium-15, DHEA and Urea
- Condom compatible: Latex, Polyeurethane and Polyisoprene
- Neutral pH: Doesn’t interfere with a woman’s natural pH
- Made in the U.S.A.
Did You Know?
Wet® Platinum® Premium Concentrated Lubricant Serum™ was found to be one of the safest lubricants in terms of the toxicity tested.
According to a study by the University of Pittsburgh and Magee Women’s Research Institute for the Microbicide Trials Network, in collaboration with International Rectal Microbicides Advocates (IRMA), it was concluded that hyperosmolar water-based lubricants caused the most damage to the epithelium in the vagina. Of the lubricants tested, Wet Platinum was shown to be one of the least harmful to epithelial tissue*.
*Other lubricants tested included Astroglide®, Elbow Grease®, Good Clean Love®, ID Glide®, KY® Jelly, Slippery Stuff®, Sliquid® Organic, PRÉ®, Replens®, and Gynol II®. **PRE® and Good Clean Love® were also found to have no cellular toxicity. Charlene S. Dezzutti, Elizabeth R. Brown, Bernard Moncla, Julie Russo, Marilyn Cost, Lin Wang, Kevin Uranker, Ratiya P. Kunjara Na Ayudhya, Kara Pryke, Jim Pickett, Marc-André LeBlanc, Lisa C. Rohan (2012) Is Wetter Better? An Evaluation of Over-the-Counter Personal Lubricants for Safety and Anti-HIV-1 Activity [Research Article] PLOS ONE 10.1371/journal.pone.0048328