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glissant water based lube



Glissant water based lube
  • Hyaluronic acid is a powerful humectant that can draw moisture into the vaginal canal.

  • Organic aloe barbadensis  Aloe plants have a long history of medicinal usage, and its natural soothing properties have made it a “go to” for a variety of inflammatory conditions. This natural soothing is exactly what the vagina needs when it’s irritated from dryness.

  • L-arginine plays a key role in male erectile function because it increases blood flow to the genitals. L-arginine can also increase blood flow to the female genitals which brings more fluid to the vagina resulting in increased natural lubrication and heightened sensation.  

  • Lactic acid A healthy vagina is acidic, and it has long been known that lactic acid is necessary to maintain vaginal health. A more acidic vaginal environment helps maintain the normal balance of “good” (Lactobacillus acidophilus) and “bad” (pathogenic bacteria and yeast) organisms to prevent infections.

  • Stevia A natural no sugar, no carb sweetener…need we say more?

  • Additional botanical extracts and sea salt & caramel flavor are the icing on the cake.

Every woman has the right to experience sexual activity in her own way.

For some women, this experience is less than enjoyable due to vaginal dryness (atrophy) that can cause pain with sexual activity. The obvious solution is using a lubricant during sexual activity, but many lubricants contain unwanted chemicals such as glycerin (a form of sugar that may increase risk of yeast infections), parabens (synthetic preservative that can mimic estrogen and possibly increase risk of breast cancer), or propylene glycol (ingredient that can be found in antifreeze) that can cause irritation.

GLISSANT lubricants are made of ingredients that were thoughtfully curated by a female physician who specializes in female pelvic medicine and whose mission was to create products that enable women to experience satisfying sexual activity.

GLISSANT’s FDA-cleared formula is for those women who prefer a water-based lubricant that mimics a woman’s natural lubrication.

Oil based lube

Some women prefer an oil-based lubricant over a water-based one. We don’t recommend petroleum or silicone based lubricants as these can “coat” the vaginal wall. The oils chosen are considered safe for vaginal application—one way to look at is if it’s safe for consumption then it’s safe for application.

  • Vitis vinfera (grapeseed) oil contains vitamin E which contributes to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that can help reduce irritation after sexual activity.

  • Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil also contains vitamin E—GLISSANT doubles anti-inflammatory and antioxidant power in one delicious lubricant.

  • Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil has natural antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Combine coconut oil, with its perfect consistency and delicious scent, with other naturally anti-inflammatory and antioxidant oils and voilà—the perfect lubricant!

  • Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter) contains both vitamin A and vitamin E to further combat inflammation.

  • Oenothera biennis (evening primrose) oil has been referred to in the past as “the King’s cure-all” by Europeans. It contains gamma-linolenic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid, that can be converted into prostaglandins that help open blood vessels in the genitals and increase blood flow. Increased blood flow means better lubrication and increased sensation. Evening primrose oil is also an excellent natural source of Vitamin E and C that give it antioxidant properties, and it is reputed to work as an aphrodisiac when used topically.

  • Panax ginseng root extract has long been regarded as an aphrodisiac, and it has been shown to enhance release of certain neurotransmitters to promote erectile function.

  • Epimedium (horny goat) leaf extract is a Chinese herb that has been used for centuries to increase libido and improve erectile function. There is some data to suggest it works like Viagra (increasing blood flow to genitals).

  • Dioscorea villosa (wild yam) root extract is a plant that contains diosgenin. This substance is a “hormone precursor” as it can potentially be made into various steroids that subsequently can be converted to hormones.

  • Cinnamomum cassia (cinnamon) bark oil has potent antioxidant properties and can also increase blood flow.




  • Allium tuberosum extract is a well-known herb used in traditional Chinese medicine for increasing libido.

  • Lepedium meyenii (maca) extract has been used for many years in the Andean region for its aphrodisiac properties and has been shown to increase sexual desire.

  • Tocopherol is the other name for vitamin E. See a theme here?

  • Zingiber (ginger) officinale is a spice with powerful anti-inflammatory properties, and it can also stimulate blood flow.

  • Thymus mastichina oil Marjoram is derived from Thymus mastichina, and was the most loved herb by Aphrodite. Some of its remedial properties are antimicrobial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant.

  • Mentha piperita (peppermint) oil is a medicinal plant with antimicrobial properties. It contains menthol that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and it is also an antispasmodic so it can alleviate cramping. Topical application of peppermint oil results in a cooling sensation because it stimulates cold receptors while it simultaneously opens blood vessels.

  • Cannabidiol  CBD is a powerful anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal agent that is well tolerated by even the most sensitive skin

  • Cannabigerol CBG is the “mother” of all cannabinoids and, like CBD, has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties without psychoactive effects. When used together, CBD and CBG benefits are enhanced...the entourage effect.

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