Our Science is Sexy

Our Science is Sexy

Independent scientific research studies, including a recent study funded and endorsed by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has named Good Clean Love's line of organic personal lubricants one of the safest products of its class. Read more about the study in c&en news.

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Scientific Study:

Good Clean Love Comes Out on Top

In 2012, the NIH funded a scientific research study to develop a buffer gel to prevent and reduce the transmission of STDs and HIV between sexual partners. This prompted researchers to review existing personal lubricants to see if they could make them more protective. They investigated Good Clean Love's organic personal lubricant, along with other popular products on the market. Good Clean Love's organic personal lubricant was the only product that was iso-osmatic, or almost identical to natural female secretions. In contrast, they found that conventional, petro-chemical based lubricants promoted an imbalance in the vaginal ecosystem. For more evidence regarding the importance of a healthy vaginal ecosystem, check out these studies below.

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The NIH research findings inspired us to dig deeper so we could better understand the growing field of biomimetics. With the guidance of Dr. Richard Cone, a leading researcher in the NIH study, we developed our patented Bio-Match™ technology that helps women maintain a healthy vaginal ecosystem.

Our 95% organic personal lubricants provide a safe and healthy alternative for satisfying, passionate intimacy.

Good Clean Love continues to offer the most scientifically advanced feminine hygiene and organic personal lube formulations for sexual health available anywhere.
“In independent, scientific research, Good Clean Love was found to be one of the safest personal lubricants on the market...”
- Lauren K. Wolf
"Study Raises Questions About Safety of Personal Lubricants," Chemical &
Engineering News. Vol. 90, Issue 50.