Medical Professionals


Organic Lubricant

Ultra Sensitive Lubricant

Fertility-Friendly Lubricant

Moisturizing Gel

Ultra Moisturizing Gel

Relief from BV Symptoms

Intimate Wellness Kits

Daily Moisturizing Wash

Feminine Wipes

Intimate Hygiene Kits

Meet Our Founder

Our Ingredients

Backed By Science

Love Oils

Massage Candles

Romance Trios

Almost Naked® Organic Personal Lubricant 1.5 oz

Water-based with 95% organic aloe

Size: 1-Pack

Works the Way You Do®

  • Water-Based with Organic Aloe Vera
  • Closely Mimics the Body's Own Natural Lubrication
  • Sensual, Long-Lasting & Cleans Up Easily. 
  • Safe for Use With Silicone Toys & Latex Condoms. Safe to Ingest.
  • Doctor Recommended
  • No Petrochemicals, Parabens, Glycerin or Artificial Fragrance. 
  • Isotonic - Won't Damage Vaginal Tissue or Strip the Body of Natural Moisture
  • pH Rating: 4.1 - 4.5
  • Osmolality Rating: 250 - 400 mOsmol/kg

Almost Naked® Organic Personal Lubricant delivers a smooth, long-lasting experience. So much so that it’s the top-selling organic lubricant in the U.S.* Almost Naked is water-based with silky, organic aloe that reduces irritation and enhances pleasure. It’s formulated to work with your body, not against it - pH balanced and with a touch of beneficial lactic acid. Almost Naked is also iso-osmolar. It won’t harm sensitive tissue or strip your natural moisture and leave you feeling dry or irritated.

Need more proof? Almost Naked is currently distributed by thousands of OBGYNs, therapists, and doctors. We think you’ll love it.

*Source: SPINS, Channel: Natural & Specialty Supermarkets (proprietary), Conventional MULO (powered by IRI) channels, Geography: Total US. Period: 52we 02/21/21 vs YA.

Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Xanthan Gum, Agar, Lactic Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, and Natural Flavor

*Formula may vary due to occasional improvements.

95% Certified Organic

Aloe vera soothes and nourishes, making it an ideal base for a lubricant that mimics natural feminine moisture. And with Almost Naked®, our aloe is better. We use only non-decolorized organic aloe which minimizes preservatives for a naturally clean, sensual experience that you're going to enjoy. That's better for you and better for your body.

Osmolality 101

Internal tissues are sensitive. When we say Almost Naked® is iso-osmolar, it means our product is ideally suited for internal use. It doesn't strip the vagina of moisture, and it won’t damage cells by adding excess moisture. An independent scientific study concluded that Almost Naked was nearly identical to natural feminine moisture*. That's why we proudly display the Osmolality Rating for each of our lubricants, and why many conventional brands do not.

Carbon Neutral Lube

In 2018, Almost Naked® became the first ever certified carbon neutral personal lubricant. For every bottle of Almost Naked purchased, we donate to a soil restoration project in the U.S. that reduces greenhouse gases by an amount equivalent to that bottle’s carbon footprint.


Lubrication makes sex better — an effortless glide means less irritation, more pleasure, and a deeper, longer-lasting connection with your partner.

Although our bodies produce natural lubrication when we’re aroused, it isn’t always enough to make intimacy the magical experience it can be. Dryness during sex is extremely common, and can occur for many reasons, including aging, childbirth, and common medications, and sometimes for no reason at all. Dryness doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with you, it doesn’t mean you’re not into your partner, and it isn’t anything to be ashamed of — but it is something you can plan for, by keeping a convenient all-natural personal lubricant ready by the bed.

But what’s the best all-natural lube to use? There are a few things to keep in mind. First, the most common type of personal lubricant on the market is a water-based lube, which is easy to clean up, safe to ingest, and won’t damage latex condoms or toys. There are other types of personal lubricant out there: Silicone-based lube can last longer, but also degrades toys and stains your sheets and clothes, while oil-based lube degrades latex condoms and is associated with an increased risk of infections such as bacterial vaginosis (BV). On the whole, natural water-based lubricants are the best personal lubricants for most people.

Unfortunately, many personal lubricants include ingredients that you won’t want anywhere near your most sensitive tissues. Moreover, the wrong lube can disrupt the vagina’s delicate pH (acid-base balance) and osmolality (salt balance), again inviting infections. That means the best water-based lubricant is a pH-balanced, iso-osmolar, paraben-free, petrochemical-free, and glycerin-free lube. Furthermore, women are increasingly looking for an organic water-based lubricant, which can bring you a seductive slide without the health concerns that come with so many conventional lubes. If you like to use your mouth during sex, look for an edible lube, and if you or your partner have allergies, you might want to make sure you have a hypoallergenic lube.

A good lubricant enhances any kind of sex, whether anal or vaginal, partnered or solo, with or without toys. In a study of over 2,400 women, water-based personal lubricants were associated with increased pleasure and satisfaction in vaginal sex, solo sex, and anal sex. Of course an all-natural lube is crucial when there is little or no natural lubrication, but as a rule wetter is better — even if you have enough natural vaginal lubrication to get by, an added dollop of natural lubricant can supercharge your encounter, turning acceptable to ecstatic.

In fact, the psychological link between lubrication and arousal means that an organic lubricant can serve as an aphrodisiac. There is a common myth that arousal has to come first, then sex; although we recommend becoming aroused early and often, the truth is that arousal can go hand in hand with gentle, lubricant-assisted touching and play. Just because you aren’t producing natural vaginal lubrication doesn’t mean you don’t want to have sex! Bringing some organic lube into the picture can jump-start your body’s arousal reaction and help you feel more sexy.

Some women also use an organic lubricant as a daily vaginal moisturizer to ease dryness after birth control or menopause. Although there is nothing wrong with using all-natural lubricants this way, there is also a class of vaginal gels that are formulated slightly differently and make ideal feminine moisturizers.

Using good lubricants will help you find more pleasure in every intimate moment, and ultimately a deeper connection with your partner. The benefit of using a natural lubricant instead of a concoction of glycerin and petrochemicals is that you can get the vaginal lubrication you need for intimacy without compromising your health.

The vaginal ecosystem is delicate, and introducing the wrong substances can put you at risk for bacterial vaginosis (BV), yeast infections, and other mishaps. To avoid all that, look for a feminine lubricant that mimics natural vaginal lubrication. Studies show that personal lubricants that don’t match vaginal salt balance (“hyperosmolar” lubricants) can damage both cervical cells and rectal cells, which may increase your susceptibility to a variety of infections. On the other hand, natural lubricants that do match your salt balance (“iso-osmolar” lubricants) leave cells healthy. You don’t need any cell damage in the most sensitive parts of your body — so reach for the iso-osmolar lube!

What about ingredients? Glycerin, a common ingredient in conventional lubricants, breaks down into sugars which become a perfect food for the yeast that cause yeast infections. Furthermore, studies show that glycerin is associated with increased transmission of genital herpes. Ready for a glycerin-free lubricant yet? It gets worse: Parabens, which you’ll also find in many lubricants, may disrupt hormone balance and have even been associated with breast cancer. As for petrochemicals like propylene glycol, we just don’t think a chemical used to make antifreeze and printer toner belongs in the bedroom!

So what do you put in a lube without glycerin, parabens, or petrochemicals? We think aloe vera works great as a base for the best organic lubricants. If you’re already using aloe to treat minor cuts and scratches, or just to keep your skin healthy, the idea of using it this way might sound strange — can aloe vera be used as lube? In fact, aloe vera lubricant is ideal for most people: soothing, moisturizing, and natural. Although we don’t recommend pure aloe vera as lube, Good Clean Love® makes an organic aloe lube that is pH-balanced, iso-osmolar, and perfect for everyday intimacy without any of those dangerous additives.