Good Clean Love products are made entirely of natural ingredients. Our oil formulas are rich in essential fatty acid content. All of our base oils are extremely nourishing to the skin, with the ability to soften, smooth and heal the skin. Several of the oils, including apricot kernel and jojoba, closely resemble human sebum which is the natural coating our body produces to protect the skin. Jojoba oil can actually penetrate the skin, because it is identified as sebum. The essential oil formulas in our products are made with pure essential oils from all over the world. We use organic and wild crafted oils whenever possible. All of our dilutions are 1.5% and are blended with the psychodynamic influences of the oils along with their scent in mind. Essential oils have been used by lovers since earliest recorded civilizations for their subtle yet deep powers to give voice to the emotional, awaken the sensual and guide passions to true union
The Egyptians believed that the nose was the portal to the soul. The power of aromatherapy lies in the fact that essential oils not only have chemical structures that allow them to heal our bodies, but they also possess unrivaled “real” aromas which have the ability to alter our emotions and move our spirit.
Harmful Chemicals Found in Most Personal Lubricants
The vast majority of personal lubricant and other topical sexual enhancement products are made with chemicals originally invented for industrial uses, not for the body.
Considering that personal lubricants are designed for direct contact with the body’s most sensitive tissues, we believe that consumers deserve to be educated about the ingredients in their products. Many people have adverse reactions to these toxic chemicals, and don’t understand why. In addition to manufacturing only healthy, all natural products for sexual enhancement, we believe education of our customers is essential. The following list includes the top 3 ingredients found in most competing products. The information was sourced through MSDS (material safety data sheets) on the web; we encourage you to do more research.
Propylene Glycol – Used as a humectant. Found in automatic and hydraulic brake fluid. Used to make industrial anti-freeze and de-icing solution for cars, airplanes, and boats. Used as a solvent in paint and plastic industries. Also used to make polyester compounds. May be harmful by ingestion, inhalation, or through skin contact. Irritating to the eyes and skin.
Methylparabens and Propylparabens – Used as preservatives. Parabens are currently under scrutiny as they have been identified as estrogenic and disruptive of normal hormone functions; many studies are linking them with breast cancer tumors.
Polyethylene Glycol/PEG – Used as a thickener. Strips the skin’s natural moisture. An eye irritant, possible carcinogen and can produce severe acidosis, central nervous system damage and congestion.