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Fist Powder - 65g Fisting Lube

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Fist Powder is a natural, safe and totally slippery long lasting lube. Great for fisting or extended ass play where you need a whole lot of lube to keep thing how you like them.

It's non staining formula isn't stringy like some powder mix lubes and it's easy to clean up after a session. Makes up to 13 liters.


  • Using the cap provided, measure just 5g of Fist Powder
  • Poor 500ml of warm water in a container/blender, add these 5g. Shake/blend thoroughly until a smooth gel forms
  • Play with thickness or concentration by reducing or adding the amount of powder when mixing, the gel regenerates itself by adding water

Thickness: 3/5
Base: Water
Condom Safe: Yes
Staining: No
Uses: Medium/Heavy Play


Xanthan Gum – Used in the food industry in things such as salad dressing (the type with suspended particles). Whey-derived xanthan gum is commonly used in shampoos and salad dressings and is often derived as a by-product of the cheese industry.

Maltrodextrin – a polysaccaride used as a food additive produced from starch (usually wheat in Europe or Corn in the US, but sometimes potato, or rice). Easily digestible, commonly used in the production of sodas, candy and as an ingredient for many other processed foods. It is used in "light" peanut butter to reduce fat content, but keep texture.

Polyethylene Oxide (PEO, also known as Polyethylene Glycol, PEG, depending the Molecular Weight)

Polyethylene glycol is produced by the interaction of ethylene oxide with water, ethylene glycol, or ethylene glycol oligomers. Polyethylene oxide, or high-molecular weight polyethylene glycol, is synthesised by suspension polymerization. PEG is the basis of a number of laxatives. Whole bowel irrigation with polyethylene glycol and added electrolytes is used for bowel preparation before surgery or colonoscopy. PEG is also used in lubricating eye drops.


Xanthan gum may be derived from a variety of source products that are themselves common allergens, such as corn, wheat, dairy, or soy. As such, persons with known sensitivities or allergies to food products are advised to avoid foods including generic xanthan gum or first determine the source for the xanthan gum before consuming the food.

To be specific, an allergic response may be triggered in people sensitive to the growth medium, usually corn, soy, or wheat. For example, residual wheat gluten has been detected on xanthan gum made using wheat. This may trigger a response in people highly sensitive to gluten. 

Maltodextrin - Wheat-derived maltodextrin may cause concern for individuals suffering from gluten intolerance.

Maltodextrin is listed in the CFR as a GRAS additive, meaning it is generally recognised as safe. GRAS additives can be affirmed GRAS by the FDA or they can be self-determined GRAS which is done by the manufacturer. Starches other than corn, rice, or potato can be used to make maltodextrin as long as the company self-determines GRAS and the resulting maltodextrin has the same chemical structure as the maltodextrins made from corn, rice, or potato as described in Food Chemicals Codex. (

Polyethylene Oxide - No common allergies listed on Wikipedia, however please do your own research. It is known for some individuals to have Anaphylaxis following the medical use of PEG.

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