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Almost Naked Personal Lubricant


Almost Naked Personal Lubricant

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GCL002
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5/14
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1.5 or 4 oz
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EE
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200105, 200104
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893268000604

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Almost Naked Personal Lubricant by Good Clean Love

Infused with a touch of lemon and vanilla, this fresh and slightly sweet natural personal lubricant has an almost undetectable scent.

Good Clean Love organic personal lubricants enhance your love life naturally. Vaginal lubrication is at the core of good feelings in sexuality. Vaginal dryness takes the flow out of making love. A great natural lubricant improves vaginal wetness and allows for glide, ease and effectiveness. When female lubrication is working well, it is invisible, a thought we don’t have. When it isn’t working, we feel it immediately. Enhancing vaginal wetness will enhance your love making.

All of our lubricants are edible and delicious. They are made with aloe vera, xanthan gum and agar (seaweed) to create a smooth and long lasting glide.

Safe for latex, toys and for use throughout pregnancy, they are also 100% vegan and not tested on animals.

How to use personal lubricant: Apply generously to both partners and re-activate glide with a wet kiss or a few drops of water. If irritation should occur discontinue use immediately. Not for use as a contraceptive.

Good Clean Love organic personal lubricants respond to your own internal moisture and will dry without any sticky cleanups. So go on – cuddle a little longer!

 

Lubricant 101 – A Message From Wendy Strgar, Loveologist, Good Clean Love

Here is the first and most important thing to know about using personal lubricant: it will perform at its best when you reach for the bottle until you can’t wait another minute. Said differently, a good personal lubricant is a penetration device, which means that it offers a slippery glide to extend and comfort intimate friction. It gives you more time to try different positions and reminds the body about the power of secretions. All of these are valuable attributes of a good, clean healthy lubricant.

Here is what lubricant doesn’t do: It doesn’t turn on your arousal mechanism. Lubricant doesn’t help you find your sexy internal space that fires up to welcome someone into the deepest part of you. Lubricant, even the best in the world, will not prevent you from having pain if you are not ready to be penetrated. Readiness, opening and arousal are the pre-qualifying events for good lubricant performance.

It is understandable that many people believe that personal lubricant is the answer to every sexual issue. Some of my biggest competitors spend tens of millions of dollars every year falsely advertising that fallacy and using a ton of nasty petrochemicals to drive it home. The advertising success is due in part to to the overwhelming desire that most of us have for great sex, as well as an acceptance for the “need” of lubricant.

Over 80% of the US population has used lubricant at some point. Pay attention to the ingredients in your lubricant. Much of the intimacy product market is still dominated by petrochemical- based products with carcinogenic preservative systems. Respect the most sensitive tissue in your body with natural and organic ingredients.

And here is the best advice still: don’t rush it. Take this dare- double the time of your foreplay activity and then reach for a bottle oflube. You will be amazed how the longer you wait, the better it is.

–Wendy Strgar, Loveologist

Almost Naked Lubricant 1.5oz

95% Organic Ingredients, 100% Vegan. No Petrochemicals, No Parabens, No Glycerin. Recommended by Medical Professionals. Naturally Moist, Sensuously Smooth, Long Lasting.

To use: Apply generously to both partners. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.

Ingredients: organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice, xanthan gum, agar, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, citric acid, natural flavor.

 

Lubricant 101 – A Message From Wendy Strgar, Loveologist, Good Clean Love Here is the first and most important thing to know about using personal lubricant: it will perform at its best when you reach for the bottle until you can’t wait another minute. Said differently, a good personal lubricant is a penetration device, which means that it offers a slippery glide to extend and comfort intimate friction. It gives you more time to try different positions and reminds the body about the power of secretions. All of these are valuable attributes of a good, clean healthy lubricant. Here is what lubricant doesn’t do: It doesn’t turn on your arousal mechanism. Lubricant doesn’t help you find your sexy internal space that fires up to welcome someone into the deepest part of you. Lubricant, even the best in the world, will not prevent you from having pain if you are not ready to be penetrated. Readiness, opening and arousal are the pre-qualifying events for good lubricant performance. It is understandable that many people believe that personal lubricant is the answer to every sexual issue. Some of my biggest competitors spend tens of millions of dollars every year falsely advertising that fallacy and using a ton of nasty petrochemicals to drive it home. The advertising success is due in part to to the overwhelming desire that most of us have for great sex, as well as an acceptance for the “need” of lubricant. Over 80% of the US population has used lubricant at some point. Pay attention to the ingredients in your lubricant. Much of the intimacy product market is still dominated by petrochemical- based products with carcinogenic preservative systems. Respect the most sensitive tissue in your body with natural and organic ingredients. And here is the best advice still: don’t rush it. Take this dare- double the time of your foreplay activity and then reach for a bottle oflube. You will be amazed how the longer you wait, the better it is. –Wendy Strgar, Loveologist

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