There’s no shame in using sexual lubricants to make sex feel better.
The following sexual lubricants are great choices to keep by your bedside. (And they are natural, too!)
1. Sutil from Self Serve
Self Serve is a feminist, sex-positive sex shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Self Serve specializes in selling sex toys, lubricants, and more that can enhance any person’s sex life.
We’re highlighting Sutil because it’s a water-based lubricant. This lube is thicker than most water-based lubes, so, it will last for longer sexual sessions. It’s considered medium-thick and is perfect for sensitive skin. It’s also ideal for easy cleanup, vegan, glycerin and paraben-free, and has a neutral taste. It’s packaged in an “Eco-Tube”—packaging that’s better for the environment—that will biodegrade in a landfill in a year. Priced at $15.95.
2. Aloe Cadabra, Natural Aloe (unscented)
Aloe Cadabra was created by a couple—who happen to also be organic farmers—who were frustrated with the lubricants on the market.
Aloe Cadabra is a Ph-balanced personal lube and daily moisturizer. The lube mimics vaginal mucosa. It’s FDA-cleared, certified by NSF organic standards, and made with 95 percent Organic Aloe Vera. It’s also free of hormones, parabens, glycerin, and toxic chemicals. Priced at $11.95. Search the company’s site to discover all the brand’s various scents and styles.
3. Good Clean Love Almost Naked Personal Lubricant
Good Clean Love’s Almost Naked Lube is water-based and made with aloe vera. It’s great for all skin types. In addition to being easy to clean-up and non-sticky, it also contains food grade flavors—lemon and vanilla. Priced at $9.49.
Bonus: Organic Olive or Coconut Oil
Eboli recommends organic olive oil, a product she thinks works just as good if not better than its chemical counterparts. “It’s food-based, safe for internal use, most people are not allergic to it, and it does not dry out like KY Jelly, or other synthetic agents,” she adds. Crosby, however, prefers organic coconut oil. However, it should be stressed that you should not use them with condoms as oil-based lubricants can deteriorate the efficacy of condoms.
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