Didn't live up to expectations

Although Sliquid H2O has quite a few selling points, such as being vegan and allegedly good for sensitive people, I still found it to cause some irritation. That, combined with how quickly it dries out and the tacky feeling it leaves behind, makes it a very disappointing lube.
Vegan, can be used with silicone toys, no dangerous chemicals
Dries out quickly and turns tacky, needs to be frequently reapplied, irritating
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I had high hopes for Sliquid H2O. It's a vegan, water-based lubricant, which makes it perfect to use with silicone toys. It's also supposed to be good for those with sensitive lady-parts. Unfortunately, after having tried it several times, it being vegan is the only good thing I can say about it.

Sliquid H2O is a clear lube that's odorless and tasteless. It isn't runny, but it is a bit on the thin side. It has a nice smooth, slick consistency, which makes it easy to accidentally apply too much lube. It does seem to mimic the body's natural lubricant pretty well, although it doesn't last very long at all. I found myself having to reapply it every ten minutes or so. The bottle says that adding a few drops of water can reactivate the lube, but I didn't find that this worked particularly well -- and it is rather impractical to worry about that, in the heat of the moment. Also, the lube tends to become rather tacky and gummy as it dries out.

One of the major selling points of this lube, for me, is that it's designed for sensitive people. There are no strange chemical ingredients, and it's both glycerin and paraben free. However, this lube was still irritating for me.

The first time I used this lube was with an external clit vibrator. Since the lube was exposed to the air, it dried out very quickly, and I had to reapply it. I also noticed some slight irritation, but it wasn't really enough for me to be concerned. I later used the lube with a silicone dildo. It certainly did its job well at first, but I ended up having to reapply it at least three times. Also, it wasn't long before I noticed a burning sensation that only got stronger every time I had to add more lube. Luckily, once the lube was washed off, most of the irritation went away. Still, it was enough for me to become very wary of using this again.

If you aren't extremely sensitive, and don't mind having to reapply lube rather frequently, then this might be good for you. Personally, I'm going to have to look elsewhere in the future.
Follow-up commentary
I mistakenly decided to use this with a new toy, since I didn't have any other lube on hand and wanted to try my new toy out ASAP. I figured that maybe it was just a one-off reaction before, or that I had over-exaggerated things.

Well, it wasn't a one-off reaction and I hadn't over-exaggerated things. In fact, I might have UNDER-exaggerated them because this time (due to my stubbornness and the amount of lube used) the painful burning stuck around for over an hour, even after a thorough wiping-down!

Needless to say this lube is now in the garbage, and good riddance!
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  • Contributor: EmuLove
    Great to know! This was recommended to me because I have eczema, maybe its not a good choice!
  • Contributor: whyknot
    Thanks for your insights!
  • Contributor: steelaster
    very good to know, thanks for the review!!
  • Contributor: cute
    Very good review thanks for sharing
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