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Sarah Asked: Shipping inquiry
Do your products ship in discreet packaging or will the box have a label with the company name on the exterior?
USPS and Fedex will only list “Customer Care” – UPS will have our name in the return address.
Travis Asked: Safe for men?
It says the sliquid lube is designed for women. Can men use it for solo play?
Yes, all Sliquid products are 100% safe for solo play for men.
marie Asked: Ingredient sources
What is the source of polysorbate 20 and citric acid for BOTH the organic and non-organic Sliquid varieties ? For example, is the citric acid for the non-organic Sliquid derived from Corn source? As such, what is the organic citric acid source and the polysorbate?
Hello, our citric acid for all products is derived from cassava, and is used as a pH buffer. Our Polysorbate 20 is derived from olive oil.
Daniel Asked: Retailers?
Are there any brick and mortar retailers in the Fort Worth area that sell Sliquid products? Thank you!
You can try these retailers.
Chadwick Asked: Shelf Life
What are the shelf lives/use by times of your products? It seems that the sassy product has become less dense/watery and feels like it is separating/getting grainy.
All water based Sliquid products have a 3 year shelf life unopened, and 6 – 12 months once opened. Storage with the cap open, above room temperature, in direct sunlight, or in a humid location like a bathroom will shorten the opened life span.
The Gut Diva Asked: Safety
Hello, I have a Colonics MediSpa and a client is asking if they can use your product during their Colonic session. Although I called the manufacturer I didn’t get a very clear answer as for they are unfamiliar with your product. One concern they had was whether this silicone based lubricant could stain my fiberglass bed on which the colonic is performed. And if the product would wash away since it is water proof. Can you tell me if this Sliquid lubricant is staining to fiberglass surfaces and how does it wash away and is there any issues that it could cause with plumbing?
Silicone lubricants can stain porous surfaces – I’m not sure exactly what type of material your bed is, but if it can absorb a liquid, it has the potential to stain.
Cleaning up will require soap and water. Plumbing will not be affected.