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Darren Asked: Irritation/Rash
I used sliquid sizzle for the first time about a week ago. I have broken out in a rash on my glans. I have been to the doctor and was sent home with a clean bill of health. Might it be the lubricant? Have you had any similar inquiries? I do not see any below. Thank you for our time.
You may have a sensitivity to menthol, or possibly potassium sorbate. Try a plain water based lubricant, like H2O to narrow down your sensitivities.
Miriam Asked: Silk vs Gel
I’ve been using the Natural H2O for a few years but recently have been having problems with dryness so I want something new. I cant decide between Silk and Sassy. I want to be sure Im getting the right stuff. Any advice on which to get?
If you a re a fan of H2O, we suggest trying Sassy first. It has the same ingredients, with a thicker texture that lasts longer and stays in place.
Jennifer H. Asked: Trying New Things...
I have been married 10 years, while I love my husband and our sex life more than anything. I am just now being really horny all the time and want to try new things. I have talked to my obgyn about this.. Do you sell a product that is edible, taste really good, can be used on him as well as I, and can also be a great line for the lonely nights I have when my husband is out of town and I want to use my dildo??
Sliquid Swirl sounds like the lubricant you are looking for!
Sydney Asked: Satin Edible?
Is the satin lube edible?
Yes, Satin is edible, though it may not taste very good due to the aloe and carrageenan.
Elf Asked: Gluten-free?
Is Sliquid Splash Unscented gluten-free? Is Sliquid shave lotion gluten-free?
Yes, all Sliquid products are gluten free.
A. Asked: Lube pH
Which of your lubes has the lowest pH?
The Organics Oceanics has the lowest pH, all around 4.