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Cindy Asked: Sensitive skin
Which of your lubricants do you have recommend that are the best for sensitive skin?
Sliquid H2O is always the best starting point for those who are extra sensitive.
TH Asked: Sliquid Escape
Hello, Is escape Sliquid safe for vaginal intercourse? My wife and I used this not realizing that it was massage body oil. Only afterwards did I notice that it was external use only.
This really comes down to the individual user. Many people will suffer no adverse effects from using an oil based product vaginally. Some, however, will have problems, which is why we do not recommend most oil based products for internal use.
Isabella M. Asked: Organic?
Hello, Are any of your products 100% organic?
note – Answer updated.
Hi Isabella – our Sliquid Organics line of products are 95% organic, certified by NSF.
Laine Asked: Vaginal Atrophy Pain
Which of your products would be the most beneficial when dealing with the painful intercourse associated with thinning of the vaginal wall after menopause?
We always recommend talking to your doctor / OBGYN about medical issues, but Sliquid Satin may be an ideal product for you.
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.