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Good Clean Love began back in 2003, when founder Wendy Strgar was trying to save her own sex life and marriage. After nursing four children, sex was becoming incredibly painful. When her doctor recommended trying conventional personal lubricants, she was having severe reactions to every product she could find. So, beginning in her kitchen, the dream of changing the intimacy product shelf to healthy, organic products took root.
Wendy began experimenting with oils she found in her kitchen, and Good Clean Love’s line of aphrodisiac Love Oils was born. Soon after, she learned about the harmful ingredients most personal lubricants contain - like parabens and petrochemicals - and set out to create a safe, organic personal lubricant: Almost Naked.
Over the past decade, Wendy has partnered with leading scientists and gynecologists to develop a revolutionary line of feminine hygiene and vaginal wellness products so that women of all ages and at all stages of life can enhance their pleasure and improve their health.
Social responsibility and environmental stewardship are at the forefront of our business practices. We won the PETA Compassionate Company Award for our work in helping change the FDA animal testing requirements for personal lubricants. We are the only feminine hygiene and intimacy product company using green plastics made of recyclable sugar cane. And, we are a registered B-corporation, meaning we align our people and our planet with our business practices.
The Change for Women Collective is made up of creative leaders and businesses standing together to make a difference by supporting the protection of health, human rights, and equality for women and girls everywhere.
Good Clean Love donates 10% of all website sales proceeds to Change for Women nonprofit organizations around the world, like the Global Fund for Women, Operation Underground Railroad and Every Mother Counts.