Sliquid Lube Contains Certified Organic Ingredients!

Sliquid Organics lube contains many certified organic ingredients. It is vegan and works very well without any glycerine, parabens, or petroleum.
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Pros:
Certified organic ingredients, almost undetectable except for its slip.
Cons:
Label states "hypoallergenic" but it contains citric acid and rose ether.
Rating by reviewer:
4
useful review
Sliquid Organics natural lubricant contains certified ingredients, unlike so many other lubes that bear the name "organic" but list no certified ingredients whatsoever. Its certified ingredients are: aloe barbadensis, extracts of hibiscus, flax, green tea and sunflower seed. Its non-certified ingredients are: purified water, plant cellulose (from cotton),natural tocopherols (Vitamin E), citric acid (citrus fruits), and phenoxyethanol (rose ether). It would have been helpful if an organic percentage was listed (i.e. 75% organic). It's hard to believe that this lube is hypoallergenic as the label states because it contains citric acid and rose ether, and citrus and rose are two common allergens. Nonetheless, it is an excellent natural lubricant.

According to the label, this lube is latex friendly, nonstaining, not tested on animals and vegan, all claims that make me happy to choose Sliquid Organics over other commercial lubes. It is odorless and tasteless despite the presence of citrus and rose ingredients. My one wish is that it was thicker, more like a gel than a liquid. It runs fairly easily and there is only so much that can be applied to a surface before it begins to drip. This is not a serious problem, though, as a small amount of liquid is enough to lubricate skin and toys effectively. It dries smooth, not sticky, and cleans up easily. It refreshes with water and lasts much longer than I would expect from a liquid formulation.

First I tried Sliquid Organics on my SmartBalls. I seldom lack natural lube of my own but wanted to see how the Sliquid Organics lube worked on my elastomed-covered SmartBalls. It was easy to cover them with lube (I poked a smallish hole in the cardboard that seals the bottle so that I wouldn't waste any lube) and they inserted more easily than usual. The lube is almost undetectable after a short time. Except for the extra slipperiness of the SmartBalls I couldn't feel it inside me at all.

Next I tried the lube on a hard plastic anal toy. It was easy to cover the toy's surface but I wished that the lube was thicker so that I could add a thicker coat of lube to the toy prior to insertion. The toy was slippery enough to insert with ease and, again, I couldn't feel the lube inside me shortly after the toy was inserted. Finally, I applied Sliquid Organics to a silicone menstrual cup. It slid right in and stayed in place without sliding around or slipping down and out.
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Comments
  • Cock Wrangler
    Cock Wrangler  
    Does it have any lasting power? Residual feel after play? Do those ingredients make it smell nice? How's the taste?
  • Snappy
    Snappy  
    It refreshes with water and lasts much longer than I would expect from a liquid formulation. It is odorless and tasteless despite the presence of citrus and rose ingredients. It dries smooth, not sticky, and cleans up easily.

  • Snappy
    Snappy  
    Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to make this review more useful for you.
  • PurpleReign
    PurpleReign  
    Have you tried the Sliquid Organics Gel? EF doesn't seem to list it yet. That may be what you want; I was looking at trying both, so this review is quite helpful on the basic lube's performance.

    As for improving the review, I think if you would have included Cock Wrangler's original queries in the main text, and expanded on them as you saw fit, it would met my questions as well. But you have it down here, which is valuable too.
  • Snappy
    Snappy  
    @PurpleReign Thanks for your comment. Actually, if you look in the body of the review, you'll see that I answered Cock Wrangler's questions there. I just excerpted the review to answer them again down here. Seriously, though, I'm throwing the question out there again: what else would you like to know about this lube?
  • Snappy
    Snappy  
    I recently tried the gel and it's much more to my liking. I prefer a thick gel texture and a cushiony feel. The ingredient list rocks, too.
  • q
    Although those two chemicals you mentioned contain the words "rose" and "citrus" in their names, they have nothing to do with being essences of the plants. That is, they are probably not the specific chemicals/proteins in those plants that trigger allergic reactions.
  • Snappy
    Snappy  
    Rather than assume that no one who is allergic to citrus or roses would be affected by those ingredients, I made readers aware that they are among the ingredients in this lube.
  • holypoison
    holypoison  
    Thanks!
  • Snappy
    Snappy  
    You're welcome!
  • sktb0007
    sktb0007  
    Thank you for the review
  • Jon S
    Jon S  
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