Sutil Lube Review

Y’know how my vagina is picky and doesn’t react well to lubes anymore? I have found my holy grail with Sutil lubriant.

There really isn’t much to say about it except that I really recommend it for people with sensitive genitals.

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It is made from eco-certified* ingredients, is plant-sourced and bio-based, compatible with all types of toys and condoms, and comes in a biodegradable tube so all-in-all, it is a good choice for those who care about sustainability (Canadian readers – it is made in British Columbia so there’s the added bonus of saving on shipping costs and supporting Canadian businesses!).

*Eco-certified: The absence of GMO, parabens, phenoxyethanol, nanoparticles, silicon, PEG, synthetic perfumes and dyes, animal-derived ingredients (unless naturally produced by them: milk, honey, etc.). The biodegradable or recyclable nature of packaging.

Sutil is a water-based lube that has a thicker consistency meaning it goes where you want it to and it stays there. It is long-lasting so you don’t need to worry about reapplying frequently (which is nice because this lube isn’t the most affordable on the market).

It has no smell and is marketed as having no taste but personally I find it tastes like most lubes do (unlike Sliquid’s Organics Gel, which actually has zero taste to it). It’s not super strong, but the taste is there.

You can buy it from GoodVibes or Come as You Are!

This item was given to me in exchange for an honest review. That said, my opinions have not been impacted by this.