Pjur has two anal relaxant lubricants in their range; the first being analyse me and the second being the back door relaxing glide. But what's the difference?
Firstly, i want to get something else out of the way that i'm sure has been bugging all of you. Pjur, is pronounced 'pure'. I have recieved this information from the company itself, so have no fear anymore! Silicone lubricants come in many different viscosities or thicknesses and you can noticeably feel the difference when you compare something like superslyde and Pjur original and Pjur Gel. The superslyde is very thin and slick or 'greasy' for lack of a better term whereas the the Pjur has a little bit more substance and 'cushioning' to it. Which is better? It's really personal preference, my partner and i prefer the thicker lubricant, as it has a little bit more comfort to it and handles itself a little better, but i know a lot of people that prefer the thinner silicone lubricants especially for vaginal use as they say that the viscosity of the superslyde doesn't disrupt the natural lubrication of the vagina and it's similar to a 'dry' lubrication. But enough of that, from some thorough research through medical papers, holistic papers and other stuff (to find some answers i didn't know) i can not only tell you the difference between the two but also why they've included Jojoba oil in it.
1. The difference between Analyse me! and Back Door relaxing anal silicon glide is that the Back Door has higher concentrations of ingredients in it and is useful for dealing with rougher sex, and large cocks and toys. The analyse me is a lighter version and is considered for 'general' use. The way i usually remember is that the Back Door is in a darker bottle and the Analyse Me! is in a lighter bottle, dark for 'hardcore' light for 'lighter use' .
2. What is Jojoba and why is it included? Jojoba is a wild shrub native to Mexico, California and Souther Arizona. It's oil has a nutty smell and it's use is diverse in the cosmetic and beauty fields. It is also immune to oxidation and can survive over 20 years without breaking down or having its components altered. Now, pure Jojoba oil is bad for condoms and for sex, what lubricant companies have done is create a chemical process to break down the jojoba oil reduce some of the properties to it thereby making it safe to use with condoms. However, many people have since realised that Jojoba is excellent for 'painful' sex due to its anti-flammotory and 'healing' properties. I found it interesting to note that using Jojoba in lubricant helped calm and soothe the muscles with regular use. Jojoba naturally contains vitamin E which helps with the elasticity, smoothness and softness of the skin. However, there are some articles which suggest that Jojoba doesn't do anything much and is simply another one of those 'Kale' like fads. You can be the judge on this one - at the very least this can be considered a natural numbing lubrication that doesn't use any chemical based numbing agents.
On a side note - i generally do not recommend numbing sprays or lubricants without first cautioning the customer - especially if the numbing gel contains a benzocaine or lidocaine chemical base (They use this stuff in the dentists to help soothe the mouth). Dependant on the customer and their comfort levels i will inquire as to their sexual practices and recommend other things to use with a numbing gel/spray. By taking away the body's natural defense mechanism of pain they can unwittingly do some damage to their genitals which can affect their sex life. By gently probing or asking questions, it is generally easier to find out what's going on and recommend suitable solutions. EG thick dick - warm up with a smaller toy, impatient boy - explain how they can control the speed of the sexual play and that some bodies take longer to warm up and arrive at the party than others, dont like anal but are pressured by BF to do it - look at ways to calm them down so they have more control over their body etc. Generally for anal play with the numbing lubricants i'll try and sell some butt plugs, anal toys or something along those lines to facilitate the warming up of the muscles and make it easier. They don't teach this stuff in schools and a lot of straight boys simply don't realise that the ass is not like the vagina.