As Warm As A Winter Breeze

If you're looking for a *cooling* lube that is all-natural and you're okay with mild sensations, this is a good choice. It's thinner consistency makes it work well for vaginal use or for using a drop on the clitoris. Just know that this lube isn't terribly exciting unless you only like a little something extra, because it's too weak for hardcore fans of cooling, and those who don't like cooling will be less than impressed as well.
Minty fresh
Not warming
Stimulating effect isn't very strong
Rating by reviewer:
useful review


First of all, let me say that no where on the product label does it say that this Sliquid lube is warming. The word 'stimulating' us used. So I don't know where Eden got warming from, because this lube is chilly, due to menthol being the stimulating ingredient. This lube can be used as a vaginal lube, for using a drop on the clitoris, and I think it also works well as an oral aid. I would not recommend using this lube anally, not only because it's not very thick, but also because the stimulating quality might be numbing, and this isn't good for anal play because it's important to be able to recognize pain if you start to feel it.

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

As I said, this lube is a bit on the thin side. It works fine for vaginal use, if you like the cooling sensation. Personally I don't really like it for that. It's not sticky or stringy, so cleanup is pretty easy. It also absorbs into the skin without leaving any unwanted residue.

Ingredients as listed: Purified Water, Plant Cellulose (from Cotton), Aloe Barbadensis*, Natural Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Cyamopsis (Guar Conditioners), Extracts of Hibiscus*, Flax*, Green Tea*, and Sunflower Seed*, Menthol, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid. The asterisk means that the ingredient is organic. So even though this is marketed as a organic lube, it's not 100% organic. But it is vegan, so that's a plus.

Taste / Aroma

As you can probably surmise from the use of menthol, this lube kind of tastes like cough drops. It's nice and minty, and I personally like it. It also has a faint minty smell.


For me, this lube works best for practicing oral on my dildos. I originally bought two different flavors of Sliquid Swirl for this purpose, but I found that I wasn't too impressed with the artificial-tasting flavors. I like the minty flavor of this lube much better. Most people will probably be interested in it though for using it either on the clitoris or vaginally, but I don't really like it for those uses. I think it's just a personal preference of mine though; I really just don't enjoy the coolness on my bits. But if you do, you might like this lube for that, but know that it's not a very intense sensation or long-lasting sensation. You'll also probably find that you have to reapply this lube a few times if using vaginally.


Sliquid stimulating comes in an amber-colred #1 plastic bottle with a push-top lid. The label is classy, making it more or less discreet unless someone picks it up and reads it.
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  • Contributor: FieryRed
    Thanks for clarifying re: warming vs. stimulating!!
  • Contributor: joiedejouets
    Thanks for sharing!
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