The perfect solution for romantic health nuts.

By Faith Brar
June 09, 2017

If you're concerned about the chemicals and toxins in your moisturizer, it might be time for you to think about what you're using to lubricate your private parts.

You might have heard that people are looking at natural lube alternatives like coconut oil. Problem is, coconut oil doesn't pair well with condoms and increases the risk of breakage, so there's still a need for healthier lubricant for the natural minded. (Here's everything you need to know about lube.)

That's where organic lube comes in. Companies like Good Clean Love and Sustain Natural have already come out with their own versions of all-natural lubricants designed to feel like natural vaginal fluid. Lovability Condoms is the latest to catch on to the trend, releasing their own 100 percent organic lube dubbed Hallelubeyah.

Lovability Condoms, an advocate for gender equality, made the lube to help women "take control of their wetness," they told Refinery29. "It's a crazy myth that wetness = arousal, and non-wetness = non-arousal, and one that women have been shamed into believing for way too long," they continued. "Lovability's mission is to spread the word that some [people] need lube to help 'get it on' and that's more than okay, in fact, it should be celebrated!" The product is made entirely of organic ingredients like aloe vera and doesn't contain any dyes, fragrances, flavors, or chemical additives. It sells for $12 a pop. Good Clean Love came out with their 95 percent organic version a while back. Made with a touch of lemon and vanilla, it's designed to create a long-lasting natural lubrication feeling and is great for anyone with allergies and sensitivities. A 4-oz bottle will set you back $15.99.

Sustain Natural launched their product last year, which is also 95 percent organic and has a pH-balanced formula that is said to be "biocompatible with a woman's body chemistry," according to their website.

The 2.5-oz tube costs $12.99 and is vegan, gluten-free, and not tested on animals.