What to Avoid In Lubricants

What to Avoid In Lubricants - Life Elements

Life Elements

Jan 28, 2020

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We don't often talk about lube, but when we do, it's because someone else brought it up first. Let's quickly discuss what your lube should not contain:
  • glycerin
  • nonoxynol-9
  • petroleum
  • propylene glycol
  • chlorhexidine gluconate
  • parabens

It's important for va-jays to maintain a pH level of 3.5-4.5 to avoid yeast infections and imbalance. The above ingredients can cause inflammation, irritation, and bacteria growth. Fortunately, you don't have to worry about that in our CBD Body Oilor should we say—CBD Lube Oil? Scroll down to read the review. 

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"Let's address the real reason I'm leaving this review: this bottle of magic works as lubricant!

The oil's not advertised as that, nor have I seen another review praising its lubricating effects. But take my partner's and my word for it: it's incredible.

If you use latex condoms, keep in mind that it's made of oil. But to anyone else wanting to spice things up in the bedroom (AKA reduce dryness, relieve tension, make things at least 10x more amazing), I highly recommend!

As great as CBD and oil feels on your hands, shoulders, arms, back, and legs, it feels THAT much better down there."

- Very Satisfied Customer 


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After we started shouting "lube" from the rooftops, another customer chimed in: 

"This is LITERALLY what me and my man have been using the body oil for!!! I was too shy to say something before but now that the cat... or oil... is out of the bag, I wanted to share my praise! We were using something else but it has shea butter and it gets too solid in the colder winter months so I reached for the body oil one night and wowza. 🔥"

So, there you have it. If you're looking for "wowza," or "10x more amazing," we've got the lube for you.

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