1. Doc Johnson Rear Entry Desensitising Lube 1.7 fl. oz

      Average customer review 4.5 out of 5 stars98 reviews

      Sensual anal pleasure is yours from a little pump of this desensitizing anal lube. A thick and slick silicone formula that features a soothing Lidocaine anaesthetic for extra comfort, apply liberally for delicious cushioning and extra glide.

      $12.99

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    1. Product Description

      Sensual anal pleasure is yours from a little pump of this desensitizing anal lube. A thick and slick silicone formula that features a soothing Lidocaine anaesthetic for extra comfort, apply liberally for delicious cushioning and extra glide.

      Rear Entry comes in an easy-to-use pump bottle for precise and easy application. The anus doesn't self-lubricate, so use lashings of the lube for the most enhanced and comfortable stimulation.

      Key Features:

      • Desensitising silicone-based lube for comfortable anal play
      • Great for solo and shared play
      • Contains soothing Lidocaine
      • Easy-to-use pump bottle
      • 48ml
    1. How it feels

      • Lubricant function: Anal sex
      • Lubricant type: Silicone based
    2. Essential info

      • Bottle type: Pump
      • Condom safe: No
      • Contains aspartame: No
      • Contains glycerine: Yes
      • Contains paraben: No
      • Veggie suitable: No
      • Volume: 48 ml
      • Who's it for?: For Either Sex
    3. What it does

      • What's it for?: Desensitizer

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    1. Customer Reviews

      Doc Johnson Rear Entry Desensitising Lube 1.7 fl. oz 98 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 out of 5

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      1. Doc Johnson Rear Entry Desensitising Lube 1.7 fl. oz
      2. Doc Johnson Rear Entry Desensitising Lube 1.7 fl. oz

        $12.99

    1. It works

      Reviewed: November 5, 2017 by Cheekylady666, a Straight Single Female

      I found this product does exactly what it says on the tub.

      It really helps to loosen you up and make anal much easier and much more pleasurable.

      It does enable the penis to just glide right in.

      I would highly recommend it!

      Doesn't seem to have any smell. It's not too sticky and it's really easy to use. :-)

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      It really works.
      Cons
      Tasteless.
      Bottom line
      Amazing.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Does the job

      Reviewed: September 26, 2017 by A Priests wife, a Straight Married Female

      Brilliant product if you're new to anal play.

      A little goes a long way and it takes the sting off to make it more pleasurable and comfortable - helps to relax the body as you can have peace of mind. Because you don't need to use much of this for it to work it means it'll last a considerable amount of time.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Does exactly what it says on the label.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      A sex toy bag must-have!
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes
    1. Great for anal beginners

      Reviewed: September 1, 2017 by Synergy, a Straight Married Female

      My husband and I bought this when we first decided to enter the world of anal play. I was extremely nervous and as a result panicked that anal would be painful, we decided to opt for a desensitising lube to help me 'loosen up' so to speak.

      The packaging is sturdy, with a replaceable lid and an easy to use pump top that is easy to wipe clean. It does have 'Rear Entry' plastered all over it so probably not one to leave on the side while the in-laws are visiting.

      This is an external analgesic that it meant to quickly desensitise the area it is applied too. Yes, it works. We used this a good 5 minutes before any anal play and it does numb the anal area and allow for a comfortable entry. My fears we alleviated quickly, and we used this alongside a water-based lube. It really helped me get over my anal fear and didn't numb the area completely so there was still a decent amount of pleasurable sensation.

      48ml doesn't sound a lot, but a little goes a long way and we still haven't finished the whole bottle. After a fair bit of experience, I now don't need anything numbing, but I don't think I would have been able to get to this point without this.

      It doesn't really have an odour and although it initially feels sticky, your body heat makes it extremely slippy. Here in lies the only issue I could see for other people. Once it has reached its slippiest, it runs. Mine ran to my vaginal area and in turn, it eventually came into contact with my husband's intimates. This means desensitising of everything it comes into contact with.

      For us, it was a beneficial side effect as it meant prolonged play, for others this may be a con. Also, keep in mind, get any oral play completed first, as I have had this in my mouth, it doesn't taste particularly pleasant and it feels like you have had a trip to the dentist.

      Fab product, highly recommended for anal beginners.

    2. Overall Rating:
      10 out of 10 stars
      Pros
      Quick to desensitise.
      Cons
      Nothing.
      Bottom line
      Great for anal beginners.
    3. Was this review helpful to you? Yes