No Parabens or Petrochemicals

Since 2003, Good Clean Love has been devoted to the health and well-being of our customers. This is why we always use the safest natural ingredients, and we use organic ingredients whenever possible. Our product formulations are based on the latest scientific research of sexual health and feminine hygiene - which is why our patented, Bio Match products are pH-balancing, and our organic personal lubricants are 100% iso-osmatic. This means our products will not damage vaginal tissue, which is in contrast to many conventional personal care products on the market today.

Organic Aloe Leaf Juice

Known for its healing, soothing, and moisturizing properties

Creates a lubricant that perfectly mimics natural feminine moisture

Our low-micro variety lets us keep preservative levels low


Derived from cellulose, which is found in the cell walls of green plants

Used as a thickening agent in personal care products

Lactic Acid

Helps maintain your optimal vaginal pH

Promotes healthy lactobacilli balance

We use the highest quality, pharmaceutical-grade lactic acid, produced with non-GMO corn

Potassium Sorbate & Sodium Benzoate

Our formulations contain less than .5% of these preservatives: just enough to ensure product safety

Food-grade formula

Approved by Whole Foods and rated on EWG's Skin Deep Database

Agar Agar

Natural thickener derived from seaweed

Provides extra glide in our personal lubricant

Natural Flavors

Derived from certified organic plants

We only use food-grade natural flavors


We use the highest quality, sustainably sourced Indian sandalwood oil for our Love Oils

Used in Ayurvedic medicine as an aphrodisiac

Xanthan Gum

Natural plant-based thickener and stabilizer

Used in our personal lubricants and Restore Moisturizing Vaginal Gel

Ingredients to Avoid

Many feminine hygiene and personal lubricants are made with petrochemicals, synthetic ingredients, and preservatives. Individually these can create side effects such as burning and itching. When combined, they can negatively impact vaginal health.


Derived from petroleum

Commonly called propylene glycol, polyethylene glycol

These ingredients are commonly found in brake fluid and antifreeze

Can affect sensitive vaginal and rectal tissues


Widely-used preservative

Commonly called methylparaben, propylparaben, and ethylparaben

Multiple studies associate parabens with serious health concerns

Synthetic Glycerin

By-product from soap manufacturing

Commonly called glycerine and glycerol