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Stylecaster (15 Jan 2017)

“’Sometimes friendships that have a certain chemistry will slide right into friends-with-benefits, which sometimes doesn’t work out, if you’re looking for a relationship,’ says loveologist and sex educator Wendy Strgar, author of Love that Works: A Guide to Enduring Intimacy.”

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Cosmopolitan (14 Jan 2017)

“Some eco-friendly lubricants include Sustain’s organic lubricant, which is free of petroleum, silicon, parabens and glycerin; and Good Clean Love lubricant, which is made with aloe vera, xanthan gum and agar.”

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Essence Magazine (10 Jan 2017)

“According to Loveologist, founder of Good Clean Love and author of Sex That Works, Wendy Strgar, the answer is yes and achieving the culmination of all five sensory abilities can make your intimate time between the sheets even more mind-blowing.”

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Hello Beautiful (10 Jan 2017)

“Strgar told HB that many women don’t have the language to explore what sexy feels like to them. We confuse sexuality with being sexualized—meaning we see ourselves as sexy when someone else views us as sexy.”

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Best Products (15 Dec 2016)

“Good Clean Love dabbles in all things intimate, and thus their fragrances use a number of ancient aphrodisiacs to get your better half’s heart pumping.”

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Stylecaster (3 Jan 2017)

“One of my best memories of my four pregnancies was how sexually awake I became.  You’re forced to try new positions to find what works.” -Wendy Strgar

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Huffington Post Canada (20 Dec 2016)

Love Oils Rollerball Gift Set This oil set comes in three flavours perfect for travelling.”

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xoJane (28 Nov 2016)

“If there’s one thing you can take from this guide, let it be this: you deserve better lube than what’s at a CVS, especially since a lot of them have glycerin, parabens, and petrochemicals in them. This lube’s ingredient list honestly sounds like a nice gentle moisturizer; it’s mostly aloe, carrageenan, and hemp seed oil. It’s not sticky at all, and, while water-based, doesn’t dry out quickly. Which is like, exactly the point of lube.”

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Forbes (16 Nov 2016)

“This month, the makers of Good Clean Love personal lubricants received a patent for a revolutionary formulation that’s bringing health and happiness into bedrooms across the country. With their signature Bio-Match Restore and growing range of organic, female-engineered lubes and love oils, the team is on a mission to provide the benefits of using personal lubricants while taking away its all-too-common pains—which, according to the team’s medical experts, many women endure without even knowing it..”

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Ask Men (14 Nov 2016)

“This is a hard time to be alone,” says Loveologist and sex expert Wendy Strgar. “It emerges as the darkness and cold descends.” Both, Strgar and Sullivan agree that this trend is fueled by the earth’s positioning to the sun and accounts for those kinds of relationships you won’t necessarily be interested in keeping when summer rolls along.”

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Men's Journal (27 Oct 2016)

“In order to learn a bit more about what to avoid or look for in lubes,we recently caught up with Wendy Strgar. Back in 1999, as a 37-year-old mother of four, Strgar decided she needed lube, then discovered that everything readily available on the market irritated her tissue.”

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Thrillist Online (26 Oct 2016)

“The orgasm gap is built into our different male and female physiology,” says Wendy Strgar, loveologist and founder of the lubricant company Good Clean Love.”

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Prevention Magazine (5 Oct 2016)

“Try: Good Clean Love Almost Naked Organic Personal Lubricant. This water-based lubricant is is glycerin and paraben-free and made from 95% organic ingredients, like aloe vera.”

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New You (29 Sept 2016)

“Seeing an opportunity to address this dilemma, Wendy Strgar, an award-winning social entrepreneur and author of Love That Works, founded an organic line of personal lubricants, Good Clean Love .”

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Elite Daily (25 Aug 2016)

“Strgar advises us to tune into our senses and really immerse ourselves in the present. She said, “Get out of your head about a destination, and really dive into the sexual journey.””

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Edge Media Network (26 Aug 2016)

“The founder of the sexual health company Good Clean Love, Wendy Strgar built her first lubricant laboratory in her Oregon kitchen. In between making meals for her family, she experimented with aromatherapy and homeopathy recipes to concoct an all-natural lubricant that would whet the appetite for some slick lovemaking.”

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COSMOPOLITAN (17 Aug 2016)

While 2016 is (thankfully) a lot more accepting of these things, Wendy Strgar says, if you’re having trouble masturbating, it could be because you’re still harboring some kind of guilt. Cut that the eff out. Strgar points out if you’re not giving yourself permission to masturbate, then “how else are you going to know how you like to be touched?”

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Vice (16 Aug 2016)

Coconut oil comes with one downside, however. As Irkalla mentioned, the oil is not latex friendly. If you’re looking for an organic lube to use with condoms, stick with something like Good Clean Love.

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OBG Management (18 July 2016)

Good Clean Love’s Personal Lubricants have been developed to mimic the body’s natural mucous production using certified 95% organic and natural ingredients, including aloe and agar, without chemical additives. The 2 choices are Almost Naked Organic Personal Lubricant, lightly scented with lemon and vanilla, and Cinnamon Vanilla Organic Personal Lubricant.

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