Thursday, December 12, 2019

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yes organic sex lubricants UK reviews

YES Organic Lubricants and Intimate Moisturisers Review

10 out of 10
Price:
£9.99
Brand:
Yes
Shop:
Yes
Materials:
Oil, Water
Last week saw the celebration of YES Organic Intimacy Week, highlighted in my recent feature. As part of the awareness campaign, YES sent me a very generous gift hamper full of fun merch, information and the main organic essentials from their well-researched and effective range. As promised, I'm writing up my review of the YES Organic Lubricants and Intimate Moisturisers included in the gift hamper, now I've had a chance to properly use and enjoy them.

Review: Yes Organic Oil Based Sex Lubricant – Madagascan Vanilla Scented

10 out of 10
Price:
£10.49
Brand:
Yes
Shop:
Yes
The delicate and gentle infusion is harmonious to an intimate session, adding a fragrant air rather than a layer which tries to supersede the natural senses. It does not interfere with your arousal; instead you're able to lay back and enjoy your sexual activity whether alone or with your partner, reassured by the knowledge that this lubricant contains only natural ingredients.

Review: Yes Organic Vegan Friendly Water Based Sex Lubricant

10 out of 10
Price:
£5.99
Brand:
Yes
Shop:
Yes
Materials:
Water
Unlike the oil based lubricant, I not only received a 25 ml bottle of water based lube (and the sachets of both of course) I also received 2 intimate applicators of 5ml of water based Yes lube too. Intriguing!

Review: Yes Organic Oil Based Sex Lubricant

10 out of 10
Price:
£5.99
Brand:
Yes
Shop:
Yes
Skip to the Quick Review Yes Organic Oil Based Lube Despite writing much about oil based lubes in the past (and selling plenty besides) I must...

Review: Yes Sex Lubricant Gift Selection Box – Water Based & Oil Based Lubes

10 out of 10
Price:
£9.99
Brand:
Yes
Shop:
Yes
Materials:
Water
All Yes lubricants are glycerin and paraben free, as well as free from hormones, glycols, preservatives, silicone, petrochemicals, arginine, grapefruit seed extract and other known skin irritants. They have an organic certification from the Soil Association and are endorsed by the Vegetarian Society too.