K-Y LUBRICATING JELLY

K-Y LUBRICATING JELLY

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K-Y LUBRICATING JELLY

Composition K-Y LUBRICATING JELLY uses glycerin and hydroxyethyl cellulose as the lubricant, with chlorhexidine gluconate, glucono delta-lactone, methylparaben and sodium hydroxide as antiseptic and preservative additives. The liquid form of the product combines glycerin with propylene glycol, sorbitol, and Natrosol 250H (a brand of hydroxyethyl cellulose) for lubrication, with benzoic acid, methylparaben and sodium hydroxide as additives. An alternative glycerin-free formulation marketed as “K-Y Ultra” contains propylene glycol, sorbitol, Natrosol 250H and polysorbate 60 for lubrication, benzoic acid and methylparaben as preservatives, and vitamin E.

Uses As stated in documentaries such as The Terror Takes Shape found on the DVD and Blu-ray Editions of John Carpenter’s The Thing, K-Y Jelly has also found use in the horror-movie industry by special effects technicians like Stan Winston and Rob Bottin to create a “slimy” appearance for monster puppet effects. Cinematographer Peter Kuran reminiscences during The Terror Takes Shape how major studios are able to order multiple “five-gallon pails of K-Y Jelly” in order to “slime up” the Dog-Monster for the infamous “kennel” scene from The Thing.

Copious amounts of K-Y Jelly were also used to simulate saliva and to give the eponymous Alien of the 1979 film an overall slimy appearance as well as the blood of the eponymous Predator of the 1987 film which was mixed with chemiluminescence fluid from green glow sticks.

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Product Description:

K-Y LUBRICATING JELLY

Composition K-Y LUBRICATING JELLY uses glycerin and hydroxyethyl cellulose as the lubricant, with chlorhexidine gluconate, glucono delta-lactone, methylparaben and sodium hydroxide as antiseptic and preservative additives. The liquid form of the product combines glycerin with propylene glycol, sorbitol, and Natrosol 250H (a brand of hydroxyethyl cellulose) for lubrication, with benzoic acid, methylparaben and sodium hydroxide as additives. An alternative glycerin-free formulation marketed as “K-Y Ultra” contains propylene glycol, sorbitol, Natrosol 250H and polysorbate 60 for lubrication, benzoic acid and methylparaben as preservatives, and vitamin E.

Uses As stated in documentaries such as The Terror Takes Shape found on the DVD and Blu-ray Editions of John Carpenter’s The Thing, K-Y Jelly has also found use in the horror-movie industry by special effects technicians like Stan Winston and Rob Bottin to create a “slimy” appearance for monster puppet effects. Cinematographer Peter Kuran reminiscences during The Terror Takes Shape how major studios are able to order multiple “five-gallon pails of K-Y Jelly” in order to “slime up” the Dog-Monster for the infamous “kennel” scene from The Thing.

Copious amounts of K-Y Jelly were also used to simulate saliva and to give the eponymous Alien of the 1979 film an overall slimy appearance as well as the blood of the eponymous Predator of the 1987 film which was mixed with chemiluminescence fluid from green glow sticks.

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size chest(in.) waist(in.) hips(in.)
XS 34-36 27-29 34.5-36.5
S 36-38 29-31 36.5-38.5
M 38-40 31-33 38.5-40.5
L 40-42 33-36 40.5-43.5
XL 42-45 36-40 43.5-47.5
XXL 45-48 40-44 47.5-51.5

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