FAQFrequently Asked Questions
PLAY GEL FAQ
- QWhat is TENGA PLAY GEL?
PLAY GEL is a line of water-based lotions that clean up easily, designed for both coupled play and use with TENGA items.
- QWhat are the differences between each PLAY GEL?
Each PLAY GEL has different texture and viscosity:
RICH AQUA (white): The thickest PLAY GEL, with long-lasting moisture
NATURAL WET (red): Jelly-like viscosity but liquid to the touch
DIRECT FEEL (black): The thinnest PLAY GEL, for defined sensation
- QWhat are the ingredients in PLAY GEL?
■TENGA PLAY GEL – Rich Aqua
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Sodium Polyacrylate, Carbomer, Methylparaben
■TENGA PLAY GEL – Natural Wet
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Carbomer, Sodium Polyacrylate, Methylparaben, Sodium Hydroxide
■TENGA PLAY GEL – Direct Feel
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium Polyacrylate, Methylparaben
- QIs PLAY GEL safe for use in sexual intercourse? What if I get some in my mouth?
Each PLAY GEL is made from body-safe materials, with special care taken to ensure use of ingredients that have been tested for safety. They may be used in sexual intercourse, and ingesting a small amount is not dangerous. Do NOT drink, and should any irritation or discomfort occur during use, immediately stop use and seek medical attention.
■ Always test lotions on your lower arm before use to avoid possible irritation.
■ Check the ingredients listed above for any possible allergies.
- QIs PLAY GEL safe to use with TENGA products?
The PLAY GEL lotions are water-based and completely safe to use with all TENGA brand items.
- QHow should PLAY GEL be stored?
For the best possible longevity of the product, it should be stored at room temperature, away from direct sunlight. Please avoid storing PLAY GEL products in high temperatures or humidity, and keep away from direct sunlight.
■ While prolonged placement in direct sunlight will cause yellowing of the lubricant or a lessening of viscosity, there will be otherwise no problems concerning use.
■ Please use quickly after opening. In the case of contamination of bacteria, there are possibilities that the lubricant will rot.