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DUREX® Play® Intimate Lubricant & Massage Gel - Sensual (Canada)

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Product

UPC Size Country
0-67981-88423-4 200.0 milliliters tube Canada

Ingredient Information

Ingredient Function
Water DiluentAdjusts the concentration of ingredients in a product to deliver target benefits.
Propylene Glycol SolventSolubilizes or dissolves at least one other substance to form a solution.
Hydroxyethylcellulose ThickenerEnhances the structure of a product.
PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil SolventSolubilizes or dissolves at least one other substance to form a solution.
Flavors FlavorChanges the taste of a product to make it pallatable.
Benzoic Acid PreservativePreserves products from bacterial spoilage during transit and storage.
Sodium Saccharin SweetenerImproves or sweetens the taste of a product.
Sodium Hydroxide pH AdjusterControls the pH level of a product to ensure stability and maximize performance.
Sorbitol HumectantRetains moisture.
Polysorbate 20 EmulsifierPrevents the separation of oil and water ingredients in a product so that the product does not have to be shaken before use.
Cananga Odorata (ylang ylang) Flower Oil OrganicIngredient or substance that contains carbon atoms.
Citric Acid Complexing/Sequestering AgentBinds hard water and other minerals to allow the cleaning actives to perform more effectively.
Phenoxyethanol PreservativePreserves products from bacterial spoilage during transit and storage.
Ethylhexylglycerin PreservativePreserves products from bacterial spoilage during transit and storage.
The list above contains the product ingredients listed in descending weight percent. The ingredient names use the INCI (or equivalent) nomenclature system. Click here for more information on the nomenclature system.