pjur Scores Top Grade in Lubricant Test

Bob Johnson

WASSERBILLIG, Luxembourg — The pjur Group announced today that it has scored the best possible grade for its Repair glide lubricant in the German consumer magazine Öko-Test 2012 health guidebook.

Out of 19 lubricants in the “little helpers” category, the glide was awarded “very good” — the magazine’s top score.

This marks the second consecutive top spot for the pjur product following the same grade in Öko-Test’s 2011 guidebook 2011.

“We are very proud of this test result. The fact that our pjur med Repair glide has received the best-possible test grade for the second time in a row shows that we offer top-quality to our customers,” Alexander Giebel, CEO and founder of pjur group Luxembourg S.A said.

The product is a water-based medical lubricant with regenerative hyaluronic acid. The company said hyaluron has the ability to provide superior lubrication, enabling optimal regeneration of the skin. The formula guarantees long-lasting lubrication.

Developed for the moistening of the sensitive mucous membranes in the intimate area, the line includes four water-based and one silicone-based safety-tested lubricants.

The product formula combines skin-friendly ingredients such as water and natural, near-natural or nature-identical substances that are designed for people with hyper-sensitive skin.

All products of the pjur med line are compatible with latex condoms as well.

For more information about the lubricants visit pjurMed.com.

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