As a strict rule, i won't use lubricants that include glycerin or parabens (such as methylparaben). The list of ingredients in your post above includes both. Glycerin can cause a lot of common vaginal issues and parabens are linked to cancers and other problems and i also try to stick with lubes that are natural and organic to avoid harsh chemicals and potential allergens. i used to use ID Glide, not because i liked it but because it was what i was used to. i wouldn't consider anything in the ID line "specialty". When i started learning about ingredients and potential problems and when i developed a series of infections from lubricants, i switched to YES lube which is a bit on the pricey side, especially with shipping since it can't be ordered from EF or any other US company and has to be shipped from Europe, but i find it to be well worth the price. Sliquid is the only other brand i know of that i would seriously consider.
i can definitely say that my YES lube is a far cry superior in texture and performance compared to ID glide. i've never used anything like Walgreens brand but i'd hazard a guess that YES is a vast improvement. i can't vouch for Sliquid because i haven't actually personally tried it.