While we’re in the process of confirming, we realized that Blossom Organics & Aqua Lube Natural – both by Mayor Laboratories – may be identical formulas with distinct branding.
For that reason, we’re holding off on a full review until we contact the manufacturer and compare the two side by side.
Like most of the aloe-based lubricants we’ve cataloged, Blossom Organics is a gentle but lower-lasting formula. We appreciate glycol-free lubricants like this one for their inherently lower osmolality and risk of irritation.
The gentle but lower lasting trade-off is true for many aloe and water-based formulas. Aloe isn’t the best choice for things like anal and handjobs – and that’s fine as long as you know it.
We generally recommend aloe-based formulas – including Blossom Organics – when all you need is a little added slip. We’ll have the full side-by-side reviews for Blossom Organics and Aqua Lube Natural in October 2019.
Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera), Sorbitol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Allantoin, Lactic Acid, Tocopherols (Vitamin E), Potassium Sorbate, Stevia, Hyaluronic Acid, Peony Root Extract (Paeonia Albiflora Root Extract), Passion Flower Extract (Passiflora Incarnata Flower Extract).
Packaging & Labeling
In most cases, the FDA does not require manufacturers to disclose a lubricnat's pH or osmolality. Because we feel it's important to vaginal health, we do request this information. However, it isn't always available or offered and does not impact our reviews.
While we’re in the process of confirming, we believe this formula is identical to Aqua Lube Natural (also by Mayer Laboratories), which does have 501(k) approval.
Many thanks to Blossom Organics for providing the products used in this review - we appreciate your support!