There are at least a thousand choices when it comes to finding the best lubrication.

Many lubricants are full of chemicals that women don’t want to put on their delicate parts. Below is a list of Natural & Organic options.

It’s important to know that lubrications are directly absorbed into the bloodstream, so choosing a lubricant that is non-toxic is a great way to keep her sexual parts healthy.

If you are using LATEX condoms, silicone and water based lubrications are the best.

Any oils or oil – based lubricants degrade latex rubber, degrading the rubber may cause the condom to break. Alternatively, you can use Polyurethane condoms with oil.

Water Vs. Silicone Lubrication

Water Lubricants

Upside: Water lubricants are the most popular lubricants because  it’s condom, sex toy, diaphragm and vagina friendly. Easily comes off by just rinsing with water.

Down side:  It tends to dry up quickly, which means you have to stop and reapply.

Silicone Lubricants

Lasts longer and some say it’s silkier.

Down Side: Have to wash off with Soap, doesn’t fully come off by just rinsing with water.

Can’t be used with silicone based sex toys, because it degrades or melts the toy. Be careful not to ruin her toys. 

Water Based


Sliquid Organics – All Sliquid products are formulated for women’s safety and will not cause yeast infections or urinary tract infections.

This is one of the healthier options as it’s been blended with certified organic botanical extracts.


Purified Water, Plant Cellulose (from Cotton), Aloe Barbadensis*, Natural Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Cyamopsis (Guar Conditioners), Extracts of Hibiscus*, Flax*, Alfalfa*, Green Tea* & Sunflower Seed*, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid
* USDA Certified Organic.


All natrual Lubrication guide

Good Clean Love – safe to use with latex and toys. It’s also safe to use throughout pregnancy.

Edible and works with the body to stimulate natural lubrication.


Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis) Leaf Juice (Organic), Xanthan Gum, Agar, Potassium SorbateSodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors.

Natural Lubrication

Hydra Lubricant – Extremely long lasting plant cellulose, water based lubricant.

Latex condom friendly, scent free, taste free, and contains Aloe vera for softness.


Aqua, Propylene glycol, Hyoxyethylcellulose, Methylisothiazolinone, Phenethyl alcohol, PPG-2-Methyl ether, Water, Alcohol, Certified organic goji berry fruit extract, Certified organic lemon grass leaf/stem extract, Certified organic aloe leaf extract.

Silicone based Lubes

All Natural Lubrication Guide

Sliquid Silk – Infused with certified organic botanical extracts of green tea, flax, aloe, hibiscus, and sunflower.

It’s hypoallergenic and non-toxic.

Latex and toy friendly.


Water (Purified), Plant Cellulose (from cotton), Isopropyl Palmitate, Polysorbate 20, Dimethicone, Emollient Ester, Potassium Sorbate.

All Natural Lubrication Guide

Swiss Navy – Silicone and water based for glide and slickness.

It’s long lasting and has a velvety feel. It’s made by the highest grade of s ilicone available on the market.


Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E).

 Favourite Oils

Natural Oils for Lubrication

Coconut Oil

Is my absolute favourite when NOT using a condom as it leaves my vagina smooth and silky, not to mention it lasts a long time.

It can also be used for body massages. For some women coconut oil can be a bit too sweet.


Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin E or Grape seed oil 

Both of these oils will work as long as it’s pure food grade oil with no additives.

It’s slick and smooth, has a natural feel. Just like coconut oil you can use it for body massages.

All natural Lube Oils

Avocado Oil 

Rich in potassium, silky, smooth, and has no smell or taste, plus you can make a great salad with it. 

Best Lubrication For Anal Sex

There is an ongoing discussion for which lubrication is best for anal sex. Is it water or silicone based lubrication?

Some people say silicone feels silkier, better, and less messier.

Others prefer water based lubrications because it’s more available, compatible with almost every condom, and you can use it with toys made from silicone. Try them both to see which feels better for you and your partner.

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