The company said SKYN Excite Gel — designed and tested by women — combines high-quality ingredients which, when used with the suggested massage technique, ensure a more exciting female sexual experience.
The topical active gel produces a tingling sensation and stimulating effect powered by the active ingredient L-Arginine, an amino acid that boosts the body’s production of nitric oxide, relaxing and dilating blood vessels and increasing blood flow to sensitive areas, according to Ansell.
A recent consumer study showed that 84% of women reported an improved ability to orgasm after multiple uses with SKYN Excite, according to the company.
The latest SKYN Condoms Millennial Sex Survey revealed that Millennials are avid users of lubricants, with more than 43% of respondents reporting that they use lubricant as part of their regular sexual routine, Ansell said.
“Research has shown that female users love the increased sensation and feel of our Excite Gel formula, as evidenced by a 94% satisfaction rate in Ansell user studies,” stated Jeyan Heper, president and general manager for the sexual wellness global business unit at Ansell. “By introducing condom-compatible Excite to the SKYN Collection, we are proud to continue meeting the demands of our female consumers and will continue researching and developing new products to help our users close the ever-present ‘orgasm gap’.”
Similar to SKYN Natural Feel and SKYN Maximum Performance lubricants, SKYN Excite Gel is compatible with all condom materials, including polyurethane, latex and polyisoprene condoms, acting to supplement the body’s natural lubrication to create a long-lasting, silky-smooth sensation, Ansell said.