DevilsLube is intended for external use, i.e. male masturbation, at this time. Most lubricants are designed for vaginal use, but DevilsLube is being designed for anal/rectal use. However, before it can be sold for that purpose FDA approval is required as sexual lubricants are considered medical devices, as are condoms. We are working on this very costly approval.
Nevertheless, the current Devils Lube formulation is safe to use for all sexual purposes as the actual current contents is an FDA approved lubricant manufactured for Blue Planet by an international medical products maker.
DevilsLube will be available initially in two convenient oblong sizes making it easy to carry in a pocket. DevilsLube bottles illustrated are 100ml (4 ozs.). These bottles are identical to the bottles used for "Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey" although we use dispensing caps. Before use remove the silver seal from under the cap.
NEW -- Devils Lube will also be available in a super convenient 60 ml (2 oz) size when the product launches. This size will be sold in 2 packs.
Refill bottles will be available so these smaller bottles can be re-filled making the use of DevilsLube more economical and better for the environment.
A new line of personal sexual lubricants for the gay male community coming soon.
DevilsLube 100ml bottles shown to the left are shown for illustrative purposes only. The bottle on your left is our collectors edition and bottle on the right is our standard bottle. DevilsLube red liquid contents does not indicate the actual color of DevilsLube. Shown for illustrative and promotional purposes only.
Devils Lube is made with Distilled Water.
The competition is made with "purified water" and there is a difference.
Look at the label of your lube. It will say purified water, which simply means tap water that is filtered to remove contaminants. Naturally you have no idea HOW it is filtered? They never tell you that. Are there bits of filter material in the water? Were the filters old and not doing their job? Did filter membranes have holes in them? Was the water really filtered at all? Public water systems and even purified water is contaminated with lots of substances, including pharmaceuticals that have been flushed down the toilet or otherwise dumped and leak into the water supply. You never know how purified it really is. All they do is place "Purified Water" on the label or ingredients list and you have to take their word for it. We simply do not trust "purified water."
Purified water is fine for drinking because the minerials left in it give it the expected taste of water. (Personally though I never purchase "purified water" because you are in effect purchasing tap water in plastic bottles. I drink Zepher Hills Spring Water bottled right here in Florida.) One would not want to drink distilled water because it tastes flat and lacks essential minerials. But, do you really want essential minerials in your personal lubricant?
Distilled water is a type of purified water that has had both contaminants and minerals removed. This is the ultimate means of purification. Purified water has had chemicals and contaminants removed (allegedly), but it may still contain minerals such as calcium, sodium, and magnesium. Do you really want minerials (really small sharp rocks) rubbing against your most private parts? Do you really trust big companies to tell you the truth about what is in your water?
This is also why one should never use purified water rather than distilled water in a CPAP machine.
Distillation boils the water, and then condenses the steam back into a liquid to completely remove impurities and minerals. Distilled water is completely pure, consisting of only H2O: oxygen and hydrogen.
We manufacture our products as safe and pure as possible.
How pure is bottled water really?
You are better off drinking tap water and using a quality home filtration system to remove any contaminants. You also reduce the number of plastic bottles rapidly destroying our oceans and filling up landfills. Take a look at this recent photo from India where just this one river is completely filled with plastic waste heading to the sea.
Devils Lube was inspired and named by Robert Lewis Hardwick.
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