Just Another Water-Based LubeThe name LELO has come to mean something special and distinctive for me. This lube is neither special nor distinctive and in fact, does a pretty poor job of acting as a lubricant at all. Sure, it leaves my skin in better condition than when it started, there is no greasy or sticky after feel. But if I'd wanted a good skin moisturizer that absorbed quickly, I'd order lotion, not lube.
Water-based lube is generally safe for use with all sex-toy materials, condoms and body parts. This particular lube contains Aloe, which is good for your skin and has neither color nor fragrance that can be detected. So it should work well for anybody sensitive to such things.
When using it during sex, I found the same thing to be true; water-based lube dries up very quickly. Unless you are using it just to get started and relying on natural lubrication to kick in, probably you'll find this doesn't last long enough for practical use. I don't think this is a flaw on LELO's part, but the nature of water-based, glycerin-free lube. I appreciate the desire to include natural, body-safe ingredients, but not enough to keep reapplying this product continuously.
I like the packaging, I like that the ingredients are natural. It's unscented, it doesn't stain or leave behind a greasy feeling. But as a lube, it fails me completely. I prefer a touch of silicone in my lube precisely because water-based lubes perform this way for me (unless they contain glycerin, but if I have a choice, I prefer silicone to glycerin).