Yes, Glide was designed to be used by all women.
Our lube is aloe-based and its fragrance, glycerin & paraben-free.
Just apply a drop to start, add more as needed.
No, Glide was designed to enhance lubrication if needed, but will not affect your body’s natural lubrication in the future.
It’s aloe-based, which means it’s compatible with latex products.
Yes, but if you have very sensitive skin, we suggest you test the product with a small amount on your hand first.
Yes it's safe for your body and no worries if it touches any other parts.
No, do not consume Glide. If it comes in contact with the mouth, rinse it out with water.
Glide should be stored at room temperature in a dry environment and in an upright position, away from direct sunlight.
Glide stains are easily removable using a grease-fighting detergent like dish-washing soap/detergent or laundry detergent in the washing machine. After washing, while the fabric is still wet, inspect it, if the stain persists repeat the same washing process again.
Yes, although most are pre-lubricated, you should add a few more drops to the outside and the inside of the condom before putting it in or on the body.
Some parts of the body definitely produce their own lubrication such as the mouth, the lining of the vagina, and the opening to the urethra on the penis. However, the amount of fluid that is produced differs between people and factors such as age, health conditions, dehydration, pregnancy, menstrual cycle, hormonal birth control, smoking, drugs, and level of arousal can change the amount each person produces. This is why we advise people to add lube to enhance the amount of natural fluids produced.
The pH value of glide is pH 4.0 - 5.0, mimicking the body’s typical vaginal pH which ranges from pH 3.5 - 4.5.
Glide is manufactured in Egypt.