Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant Review
Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant review by Louise Lace
Lubricant is an important part of my sexual activities and I always keep a bottle or 3 handy. Visitors to my house know to expect to find sex toys and lube in the most unusual of places. I’ll never forget the look of confusion on my eldest face when he stumbled across a butt plug in our candle drawer 😀
I’m usually a ‘plain’ water-based lube kinda girl but when I saw the Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant up for grabs in the Pleasure Panel round, I thought I’d give it a whirl.
The bottle arrived well packaged without a drop spilt. Going good so far.
The bottle has a perforated plastic wrap which was disposed of very quickly and easily, thanks to the well-positioned perforation tab.
The cap is a press cap which when pressed, lifts a little so the lube can be dispensed. I find these caps a little tricky and much prefer a flip cap or pump dispenser but as press caps go, this one is straight forward.
The ingredient information is printed in super small font on the bottle. With the small font, clear liquid and a clear bottle, it is very very difficult to read the instructions. In fact, I had to get the aforementioned eldest to read it for me.
The Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant is for penile and vaginal use, intended to moisturise and lubricate.
- Isoceteth 20
- Citric Acid
- Potassium sorbate
- Sodium Benzoate
The bottle advises to stop use if irritation occurs.
Scent-wise, this lube most definitely contains menthol, the mint smell hits you in the face as soon as you open the cap.
The water-based lube is not runny but it’s not as thick as some lubes, it doesn’t drip and generally stays where you put it.
Admittedly the testing process for the Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant was short and far from sweet. Within seconds of applying a small amount of the lubricant my lady parts started to tingle, the tingling was fine but unfortunately it switched from tingling to burning, then from burning to scalding.
My face was contorting… not from pleasure, but from pain. At one point I was begging the OH to get an ice lolly from the freezer to poke me with in the hope that it would stop the burning.
Thankfully he’s more sensible than I am and instead rushed to bring me a damp cleaning cloth to wipe off any product then ushered me to the shower.
As per the teeny-tiny font on the bottle I discontinued use.
I struggled to rate this product because it’s hardly the manufacturer’s fault I had a reaction to the menthol ingredient. I’m sure if you have no issues with menthol you will enjoy the product but unfortunately it made me scream for the all the wrong reasons. It’s a 4 out of 10 from me but do give it a try if you favour cooling lubricants.
Thank you Cara for sending me the Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant, sorry I didn’t love it.
– Louise Lace
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Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer Louise Lace for this review of the Kinx Aqua Slix Cooling Water-Based Lubricant (100ml bottle).
This product was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review by the Cara Sutra team.
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