While I’ve found several lubricants that I enjoy and that work well, I love to try new ones to see if I’ll have a new favorite, or at least another option for an acceptable one. As natural as possible is always good, so I was happy to receive Blossom Organics Natural Moisturizing Lubricant from Good Vibrations to take for a test drive.
Blossom Organics comes in a purple and white cardboard box, along with a large card with more information on the product. The box also has this information. Inside the box is the tube of lubricant.
The 4 ounce tube is also purple and white, and cleanly designed. It looks like a tube of regular moisturizing lotion or hair care product. It’s suitable to keep in the medicine cabinet or out on the dresser – the logo is larger and towards the top of the tube, while the lubricant wording is smaller and farther down the tube.
I like this style of tube (although I admit I prefer pump tops), where the cap is actually on the bottom. This makes it easy to dispense when the product is running out, without having to squeeze or mangle the bottle to get the product out. The flip cap is easy to open and close.
This lubricant has no scent, and is also flavorless: two good properties. It’s pH balanced to mimic the natural chemistry of a woman, and it has no parabens, silicones, glycerin, petrochemicals, hormones, artificial dyes, flavorings, or fragrances. It’s also non-irritating (although if you experience any discomfort or irritation you should discontinue use) and latex friendly (so it’s safe to use with condoms).
The ingredients are: Organic aloe barbadensis leaf extract, sorbitol, hydroxyethylcellulose, hyaluronic acid, organic stevia rebaudiana extract, tocopherol (vitamin E), sodium citrate, potassium sorbate, organic extracts of paeonia albiflora (peony) root, passiflora incarnate flower.
I found it interesting that stevia was an ingredient – it seems that the sweetener I use in my coffee is showing up all over the place! I think this was probably added to make the taste this lube might have disappear.
While the packaging states that this is a water-based lubricant, water itself isn’t listed as one of the ingredients which I also found interesting.
The lube itself is thicker than a liquid, but runnier than a true gel. If you place a pea-sized drop on your finger it will slowly run down, but stays in place reasonably well. It’s not greasy or tacky and just has a wet feel. It stays wet a long time without getting really sticky, and it’s easy to clean up.
So, Did It Work? I liked this lube for vaginal use, whether with toys or with my partner. It added lubrication nicely, and I didn’t have to reapply it during a session. I liked that it didn’t have any scent, and also that it had no taste. I didn’t care for it for anal use, as I thought it was a bit too thin and didn’t seem to work as well as other lubes I have (that are thicker).
I like the flip top, and the fact that the cap is on the bottom. The only thing I didn’t care for is when you dispense it some of the lube ends up around the hole making it a bit messy, and I feel like I’m wasting some when it ends up being wiped off the cap.
Overall, I found this a good lubricant for vaginal use, and would recommend it.
Thank you to Good Vibrations for sending this to me to review! If you’d like to try the Blossom Organics Natural Moisturizing Lubricant, you can pick one up at GoodVibes.com by clicking the widget below.
This product was provided to me for free in exchange for an unbiased review. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.