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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.
I see the ingredients for bodyworx water based is the same as sliquid sea. Is the formula of bodyworx exactly the same proportions, PH etc as sea and just as suitable for women? Just different packaging/marketing?
Yes, the packaging / marketing is the only difference between those items.
What is the osmolality of your hybrid lube that combines your H2O with a little bit of silicone?
All Sliquid lubricants are less than 1200mOsm/kg, and typically fall in the 500 – 800 range.
Is sliquid h20 compatible with polyisoprene condoms?
Yes, it is compatible.
Very very sensitive inside the private area. Which lubricant is best with maintaining the pH balance? I have been using Sassy for many years w no reactions but recently, I have noticed odor after intercourse. Thanks
Sassy and H2O are the best options for very sensitive people.
Are any of your lubes pH balanced for anal play? After lots of searching, I’m struggling to find any natural lube with a pH between 5.5 to 7. Even your highly recommended anal lube “sassy” is labelled as 4.1-4.4 pH. A guide that I found online from 2015 says 3 of your lubes had a pH of 6, but should I assume the formulas have changed and are no longer that same pH? (they were “satin”, “organics natural”, and “organics oceanics”)
Sassy was 6.0 for a brief period, but we changed it back to 4.1 – 4.4 due to customer feedback. All of our water based and aloe based lubricants are in the 4.1 to 4.4 range.