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Sliquid Organics Silk

from $ 7.99

Sliquid Organics Silk is a silicone and water hybrid lubricant botanically infused with natural ingredients for a natural silky and creamy texture. Sliquid Organics Silk is ideal for delicate body tissue and for women with sensitivities. The 12% silicone blend adds longevity...


Sliquid Organics Natural

from $ 7.99

Sliquid Organics Natural is a water-based, glycerin- and paraben-free organic lubricant, formulated with certified organic botanicals. This woman- and earth-friendly lubricant has a pure, clean feel, no odor, easy clean-up, and no staining. Safe to use with silicone-based toys, it's...


Sliquid Organics Natural Gel

from $ 7.99

Sliquid Organics Natural Gel is an ultra-thick water-based lubricant, formulated with certified organic botanicals. This gel, designed to stay where it's put, is ideal for use on delicate body tissues. Its thickness comes from additional plant cellulose, so you can...


Sliquid Organics Sensations

from $ 7.99

Sliquid Organics Sensations is a water-based personal lubricant infused with natural ingredients to heighten sensitivity with deep pleasurable warming. The natural ingredients in this certified organic lubricant include food-grade menthol, the active warming agent. The formula goes on cool and...


Sliquid Organics Stimulating O Gel

from $ 7.99

Sliquid Organics Stimulating O Gel is a 100% vegan-friendly clitoral stimulating gel. Receive 20% off with code: OTWENTY through December 23! Created with naturally derived ingredients, this L-Arginine-free stimulating gel is formulated with naturally derived stimulating ingredients, including peppermint oil,...


Q: How can I increase sensation and more readily orgasm?

There is no doubt that the ability to achieve an orgasm becomes more difficult as we age, and the orgasm itself is often briefer and less intense. As we age, we need more time for every step of the process, starting with...


Q: I quit the pill and tested mid-menopause in one month; now sex hurts. Suggestions?

Isn’t it amazing how quickly things can change? You say you were tested as being mid-menopause. Blood work is accurate at assessing ovarian function on the day you're tested, but it is miserable in predicting what may happen in the next weeks...


Q: Should I have secretions when I orgasm?

Most of a woman’s genital lubrication comes during arousal, not with orgasm (unless you're wondering about female ejaculation; there isn't agreement about whether this occurs for women, and if it does occur, most women aren't aware of it). And remember, most women...


Q: Would a vibrator be less irritating than manual stimulation?

If you're experiencing some irritation with clitoral stimulation, you might start with a hybrid (ID Silk or Sliquid Organics) or a silicone lubricant (Pink, Pjur, or JO). They provide more slipperiness for longer than their water-based counterparts. And I would recommend...


Six Tips for Using Your Lube

When it comes to sex, friction is bad; lubrication is good. Nicely lubricated surfaces not only protect delicate vaginal tissue, but revitalize the sexual experience. That’s why we talk a lot about personal lubricants here at MiddlesexMD. Sexual lubricant is...