Lube it up, babes!


Regardless of what parts you (or your partner) are working with, sex tends to involve a lot of FRICTION BABY, making body parts naturally susceptible to dryness over time!!

Lube is great for any sexually active adults of any gender identity, and should be an essential part of your healthy sex toolkit! But hold up! You’ve got to know the when’s and why’s of the various types of lube on the market. Scroll through for a handy, elementary breakdown of the most popular and current types of lube! Silicone-based, water-based, aloe-based and oil-based!

I’ve gone ahead and done a brief roundup of some of my favorite natural, organic, hypoallergenic, vegan, and/or cruelty free lubricant products below!!

If you wanna get to know your way around the lube aisle even further, check out to make sure you know all the ins and outs of lube purchasing and use!

Water-Based Lubricants

Sustain Natural – Organic Lubricant ($13)
* Water-based
* Glycerin free, paraben free!
* Fragrance-free!

Unbound Babes – Unbound Jelly ($16)
* Water-based
* Glycerin free, paraben free!
* 100% vegan

Sliquid – H2O Naturals (from $8)
* Water-based
* 100% Vegan and Cruelty-free
* Glycerin and paraben free
* Hypoallergenic

Silicone-based Lubricants

ÜberLube ($18)
* Silicone-based
* 100% Vegan and Cruelty-free
* Glycerin, paraben, gluten, and fragrance-free!

Maude – Silicone Shine ($25)
* Silicon-based
* Works under water, with condoms, and is hypoallergenic!
* Pareben-free!
* NOT for use with silicone toys

Aloe Lubricants 

GoodCleanLove – Almost Naked ($12)
* Aloe-based, organic
* Glycerin and paraben free!
* Latex and toy-friendly!

Maude – Organic Shine ($25)
Aloe-based, organic
* Glycerin and paraben free!
* Latex and toy-friendly

Lola – Personal Lubricant ($14)
* Aloe-based, organic
* Hypoallergenic & Fragrance-free
* Glycerin and paraben free!

Specialty Lubricants! 

Foria – Awaken | CBD-Infused! ($45)
* Oil-based, 100% plant ingredients
* Safe for silicone toys
* Not for use with condoms

(no other oil based reccomendations, they are outdated, and have higher risk of irritability and infection)

Jamie J. LeClaire