pjur Lands 'Good' Rating From Oko-Test Magazine

pjur Lands 'Good' Rating From Oko-Test Magazine
Melissa Santana

WASSERBILLIG, Luxembourg — The May edition of Oko-Test Magazine sampled the ingredients of 20 lubricants for harmful substances and gave pjur’s Original lubricant an overall “good” rating.

Under the heading “Ease your way in” and against the backdrop of increasing numbers of lubricants claiming to be non-toxic and fragrance-free, Oko-Test looked at both water-based and silicone-based lubricants. In addition to testing the ingredients, the packaging was also tested for any harmful substances.

“We are very proud of the test result. The fact that our pjur Original performs so well here in the silicone-based category is testament to our philosophy of always offering our customers the best quality,” said Alexander Giebel, CEO and founder of pjur group. “We strive for the highest quality in all our products and ingredients.”

pjur reports its Original lubricant has silicone molecules that stay on the surface of the skin rather than being absorbed, ensuring great lubrication is particularly long-lasting. The gel is also neutral in taste, odorless, kind to skin and does not contain any preservatives.

For more information, visit pjurLove.com.

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