Sliquid Lubricant Review
Finally! I am able to provide a review of a lubricant that I can actually get wet about. I am very excited about the simple fact that Eropartner is now stocking Sliquid. In my humble opinion, it is the best lube out there.
There is a wide variety of lubricants on the market. And it is never an easy thing to choose the ‘right’ one. Sometimes your selection can be influenced by the packaging, the price, the promise of only natural ingredients, longer-lasting usability, the presence (or absence) of perfumes. Don’t forget any stimulating effects, whether it’s compatible with your sex toys. It’s really no surprise that making an informed judgement can be a little confusing.
Despite the wide variety of lubricants on offer, the truth is that if you remove the brands containing unwanted ingredients such as glycerin, propylene glycol, parabens and others, then your local sex shop might be left with bare shelves and its online equivalent with empty pages. That is unless they stock Sliquid. For me, it remains the only option.
I was introduced to Sliquid a few years ago. I fell in love with the brand for several important reasons.
Sliquid products are free of DEA, gluten, glycerine, glycerol, parabens, PEG, propylene glycol, sorbitol & sulphates. They are also 100% Vegan Friendly.
There are three different ranges:
There are 13 different personal lubricant products in the Sliquid Naturals line, which
guarantees that there will be a variant that will be suitable for everyone.
The Sliquid Organics range takes its inspiration from the most popular items from the Naturals line of personal lubricants. Then it infuses them with organic botanical extracts.
The Balance Collection is Sliquid’s line of Spa products and the newest addition to the family. The Balance Collection features Splash Gentle Feminine Washes, Smooth Intimate Shave Creams, and natural nut & seed based Massage Oils.
Many other lubes claim to have natural ingredients, of course. But, when you read the label, you invariably discover numerous unpronounceable ingredients and scientific terminology that doesn’t sound natural at all. Then there are unwanted additions such as glycerin, nonoxyl 9, propylene glycol and parabens. How can it be remotely empowering – or reassuring – to use a product that might be potentially harmful?
It’s all very well to promote a good brand philosophy. It’s also essential – and necessary – that the product fulfils its stated purpose as an intimate lubricant and do it well. Sliquid excels in every department.
I must confess that I never use lube on my ladyparts. The main reason for this is that my Venusian nectar is so abundant that any additional assistance is unnecessary. I got into the habit of not trusting most lubes anyway for the reasons already stated. I have since found that lubricant has a multitude of other personal uses and it’s not simply for the purpose of alleviating vaginal dryness. It comes into its own in the following ways:
- it makes masturbating a guy so much easier to do. It almost certainly accentuates the experience for him,
- Great for footjobs.
- it helps to facilitate the insertion of vaginal or anal sex toys (it must be water-based for use with silicone toys),
- it allows for a more intense experience during external stimulation,
- it’s an absolute must when practising anal sex,
- silicone lubricant doubles as a highly effective hair serum.
For more information about Sliquid lubricants, visit eropartner.com
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