Sliquid Swirl is 100% all natural and offers a healthier choice for mindful women and men.
Sliquid lubricants are free of DEA, gluten, glycerin, glycerol, parabens, PEG and a long list of other potentially irritating or harmful ingredients.
Sliquid lubricants are instead packed with healthy, hypo allergenic, intensely effective ingredients that you can actually feel good about using on and in your body.
Sliquid is completely water based and water soluble, meaning that it won’t stain sheets or clothing. It dries naturally, or rinses off with soap & water. It maintains a silky, slippery glide because it re-activates with water, saliva or natural bodily fluids.
Perfect for those with sensitive skin. This lubricant can be used with any toy material, including glass, silicone and plastic, and is condom friendly.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Why are Sliquid products glycerin / glycol / glycerol free?
Glycerin, glycol, and glycerol are all humectants, meaning they draw in moisture, both from the air and from anything they come into contact with. This makes them very slippery, which is why you find them in many lubricants. However, they are also sugar derivatives, and may contribute to yeast infections and UTI’s, especially in those already prone to them. Glycerin is a byproduct of the soap making process, which boils down animal and vegetable fats, leaving us with several very undesirable byproducts, including glycerin.
What do you use instead of glycerin?
They found the most natural ingredient they could – plant cellulose. Their key ingredient in Sliquid products is plant cellulose derived from organically sourced cotton fibers (if you look closely, you can see a little cloudiness in the lubricants). They also blend in Cyamposis (Guar Conditioners), a safe, non toxic, hypoallergenic additive to help the plant cellulose glide.
So why no parabens?
Parabens (methyl, propyl, butyl) are common preservatives in many household cosmetics, including deodorant, makeup, and many more. Some studies have shown a high amount of parabens present in breast cancer tissue biopsies. Though parabens are still legal to use in cosmetics in the USA, several countries in the EU have taken steps to discontinue their use. Although there is no definitive proof of causation, they decided to stay ahead of the curve, and not take any chances with the safety of their consumers.