Wet Organics Aloe Based Lubricant

Wet Organics Aloe Based Lubricant


Wet Organics is one of the most appealing products we’ve cataloged – it’s made with great ingredients and it’s available at an affordable price – yay!

Wet markets Organics as both a sexual lubricant & a personal moisturizer. While it wouldn’t become our go-to lube, it would certainly do in a pinch.

What Wet Organics is really good for is relieving vaginal dryness, and that’s what we recommend this little spa-in-a-bottle for.

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Condom & Material Safety

Either we cannot confirm this product's compatibility with polyurethane, or the product explicitly states it is not compatible with polyurethane condoms. This is most common in formulas that contain vitamin E. Info
Aloe-based lubricants do dry, but can become slippery again with water. Be sure to wash hands and clean spills.
Washes off with plain water. Won't stain most fabrics.

While the label only specifies safe for latex, Organics’ ingredients suggest it is also safe polyisoprene, nitrile, and silicone.


Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera)PropanediolMushroom Extract (Tremella Fuciformis Extract)GluconolactoneSodium HyaluronateQuinoa Seed ExtractHemp Seed Extract (Cannabis Sativa Seed Extract)Flax Seed Extract (Linum Usitatissimum Seed Extract)Green Tea Leaf Extract (Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract)Oat Kernel Extract (Avena Sativa Kernel Extract)HydroxyethylcelluloseXanthan GumSodium BenzoatePotassium SorbateCitric Acid.

While we generally stick to simpler formulas, Wet Organics has one heck of an appealing label.

We equate aloe with vitamin water. We prefer propanediol over other glycols. Tremella Fuciformis, gluconolactone, and sodium hyaluronate have awesome skin-loving properties. And the remaining ingredients are great for moisturizing delicate tissues.

While aloe is irritating for some people, Wet Organics is gentle and safe for daily use.

Consistency & Lasting Power

Add water to reactivate.
Dries matte. 

Wet markets Organics as both a sexual lubricant and daily moisturizer. Our reviewers found Organics to be very low lasting and wouldn’t recommend it as a lubricant. We had 2 reviewers use it as a moisturizer and both would highly recommend it for relieving dryness.

As a sexual lubricant, Organics has a moderate slip that get’s slightly sticky as it dries – this is typical of glycols. It also doesn’t reactivate well – adding water restores only a bit of the slip and adding lube makes things stickier. Again, Organics is much better as a moisturizer than a lubricant.

Taste & Smell

No tongue numbing. No gross mouth-feel. Light taste. Chemically. Sweet.
Light smell. Sweet.

Wet Organics has a light, sweet smell that reminds us of something-we-don’t-know what. It’s pleasant and most noticeable in the bottle – it’s almost undetectable once applied to skin.

Thanks to propanediol, Organics has a chemically sweet taste our reviewers described as light and “not unpleasant”. It doesn’t numb the tongue and has a nice mouth-feel. While all of our reviewers prefer unflavored lubricants, they wouldn’t mind this one during oral sex.

Packaging & Labeling

Shelf life from date of manufacture: 12 months
Replace open bottles by the 'best if used by' date or every 6 months
pH4.0 - 5.0
Osmolality: <1800mOsm/kg H2O
FDA 501(k) Status: Approved

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.

We reviewed the 3 oz. size with a press-top. We appreciate the good grip Wet’s indented bottle provides. We also like needing to squeeze the bottle to dispense lube – it’s reasonably easy to get the right amount and accidental spills are minimized.

Wet Organics’ packaging is discreet and would easily blend in with other toiletries. The bottle is functional with all the required info and a good tamper seal.

We wish all manufacturers would explicitly state compatibility with latex, polyisoprene, polyurethane, and silicone materials – only latex is listed.

We wish the lot numbers and expiration dates were printed with more permanent ink, but it’s a problem we’ve seen across many lubricants.


Many thanks to Wet for providing the products used in this review - we appreciate your support!

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