Aloe Cadabra Lubricant Review
Aloe Cadabra Organic Lubricant Review
Your choice of a sexual lubricant can affect your sexual health. Its ingredients can help you prevent all sorts of infections, or irritate your skin and make you more vulnerable to them.
So it’s really important to check the list of ingredients to makes sure your delicate skin doesn’t have contact with any potentially irritating and toxic ingredients. Let’s have a closer look at Aloe Cadabra Lubricant, to help you make your decision.
Name: Aloe Cadabra Organic Lubricant
Ingredients: Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Mixed Tocopherols (Vitamin E Oil), Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate (food grade), Potassium Sorbate (food grade), Organic Vanilla Planifolia Concentrate
Compatible with latex condoms?: Yes
Sex toy friendly?: Yes
- I really like this product because it’s got 95% of aloe vera juice and this plant has proven antifungal qualities, so it can help you treat and prevent vaginal yeast infections.
- It’s water based, so you can safely use it with all types of sex toys and condoms.
- Many users praise it for being very long lasting, and not evaporating quickly like other water-based lubricants.
- It’s edible and you can either buy an unscented and unflavored version or pick from 4 different flavored versions (coconut, lavender, peppermint, vanilla).
- Some users complain that it dries out quickly and it’s sticky.
- I don’t like the fact that it contains Sodium Benzoate and Vitamin E. Both ingredients are completely safe, however, studies show that combined together, they form Benzene, a carcinogenic compound.
- What’s more, Sodium Benzoate is a synthetic chemical, so the manufacturer shouldn’t label this product 100% natural.
Verdict: The antifungal qualities of Aloe Cadabra make it a perfect choice for women suffering from vaginal yeast infections. I love the fact that it doesn’t contain any irritating ingredients, but its combination of Sodium Benzoate and Vitamin E make it potentially toxic.
Its thickness and stickiness may not be for everyone’s taste, so make sure you buy one bottle (not a 2 pack) to try it out first.
Is there a safer alternative?
Yes, there is!
Try Coconu Organic Personal Lubricant. It’s also got coconut oil, a natural antifungal ingredient which can help you prevent vaginal yeast infections. If you look at the ingredient list, you’ll find it’s 100% natural:
Ingredients: Sunflower Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, Beeswax, Shea Butter, Cocoa Seed Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Canola Oil, Kukui Seed Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Tocopherol (Non-GMO, Natural antioxidant)
Its only disadvantage is that it cannot be used with latex condoms (use polyurethane ones instead) and it’s difficult to wash it off sex toys because it’s very oily.
Have you used any of these lubricants? Do you know any other 100% lubricants that you can recommend? Please share your experiences and questions in the comment section below.