Natural Lube - What Is It And How Can It Benefit Me?

Assumption: Lube is only for older women who have lost their natural lubrication or for horny teenage boys hiding their magazines under their beds.

Truth: A big fat FALSE.

You’re searching for the truth. 

The truth is–if you’re a woman, you should be using a lubricant. 

Finding the right lube for your body can be confusing.

In this guide, I will show you:

  • Why you should be using a lubricant

  • How what you’re currently using could be harming you

  • Natural lube isn’t just for sex

What is a Lubricant?

Your body naturally produces lubrication. At least, it’s supposed to. 

Vaginal lubrication is always present for most women, but production can be an issue for many women. 

A personal lubricant (hopefully a natural lube) can pick up the slack. 

A lubricant is a liquid or gel that you can apply to the vagina (or partner/object). It’s usually oil, silicone, or water-based. 

It works to reduce friction between your skin and the person (or object) that you are using.

Why Would a Woman Choose to Use Lube?

So why should you be using a personal lube?

A lube can help eliminate chafing, pain, and uncomfortable rubbing. 

Without sufficient lubrication, you might experience:

  • Painful intercourse
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Vaginal soreness
  • Vaginal itching

Using a natural lube can:

  • Make sex better
  • Reduce vaginal dryness
  • Help relieve menopause symptoms
  • Help alleviate pain caused by endometriosis

Of course, not all personal lubricants are created equal. Some can even cause more harm than good.

Are There Risks Associated With Lube Use?

It’s a slippery slope (pun intended).

Along with the many benefits of using a lubricant, come many risks if you’re not using the right one (particularly the right natural lube).

The pH Matters

Let’s get medical for a minute.

The pH matters. What does that mean?

pH refers to how acidic (less than 7) or alkaline (more than 7) a substance is. 

“OK. So what does that have to do with my lady friend?”

The pH level of your lady friend (vagina to keep it medical) is important in determining if it’s healthy. 

Yes, your vagina needs to be healthy. 

Many commercially available lubricants have high pH levels, increasing your risk of bacterial vaginosis.

Beware of Toxic Chemicals

Many commercial lubes contain harsh chemical ingredients. These can be toxic to the vaginal tissue and its microbiome (the balance of microorganisms in the vagina). 

This can cause:

  • Discomfort
  • Irritation
  • Risk of infection

While it’s not as common, these toxins can even lead to dangerous long-term chronic health and reproduction problems from exposure over many years. 

Some of these harmful toxins include:

  • Parabens
  • Chlorhexidine gluconate
  • Cyclomethicone
  • Cyclopentasiloxane 
  • Undisclosed flavors or fragrance

What to Do

If you’re unsure if a lube is causing you harm, you should:

  • Examine the ingredients for harmful chemicals
  • Avoid lubricants that contain“fun” colors or flavors
  • Avoid lubes that promote heating/cooling/tingling effects
  • Pay attention to any reactions or symptoms after use
  • Look for a safe, natural lube

What Makes All Natural Lube Different?

Great news–your lube doesn’t have to be toxic. 

It can (and should) be good for you.

You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” 

The same can be said for what your body absorbs from makeup, lotion, perfumes, and yes, your lube.

Bad or good, you have control of what goes into your body.

If you’re here, you might have endometriosis as I do, or maybe you’re suffering from menopause or another condition. 

For those of us who are working on conquering our conditions through diet and lifestyle, why would we not put as much thought and care into what we put on, and ultimately in our vaginas?

Using a natural lube is the only choice for those who are conscious of what they put into their bodies.  

What is Natural Lubricant Made Of?

The healthiest lube for your body is usually the simplest one.

Some common ingredients for a natural lube include:

  • Water
  • Aloe vera
  • Chamomile
  • Coconut oil
  • Sunflower seed oil
  • Vitamine E

Just remember that not all natural lubes are truly natural.

Is All Natural Lube The Same As Organic Lube?

Natural does not always mean organic. 

Products are considered to be organic by how and where the ingredients are sourced. 

An organic AND natural lube is best. 

That’s exactly why I created Chiavaye. The ingredients are all-natural, vegan, organic, and of course chemical-free. 

Chiavaye has 6 simple ingredients:

  • Organic coconut oil
  • Almond oil
  • Vitamin E
  • Grapeseed oil
  • Sunflower seed oil
  • Evening primrose oil

Each ingredient was added purposefully.

Who Can Benefit From the Use Of A Good Natural Lube?

Who is natural lube for?

Sing with me: “I’m every woman. It’s all in me…” Whitney Houston had the answer. 

It’s for every woman. 

That includes you.

Women With Endometriosis

Emily has suffered from the pain and limitations of endometriosis for many years. 

She has recently been researching the benefits of diet and lifestyle changes to help reduce her endo symptoms. 

Now, she’s a woman on a mission to take control of her health.

Emily has been ditching her toxin-filled products and replacing them with natural options. She found my page while searching for a safer option for her sex lube. 

She just simply wanted to put healthier ingredients into her body.

She was amazed to learn that the right lube not only helps with intimacy, but it can also help with her endometriosis symptoms.

An all-natural personal lube, like Chiavaye, can help to relieve the painful symptoms that so many of us suffer with.

Menopausal Women

Menopause sucks. 

Susanne was thrown into early menopause at just 40 years old. 

She thought she had a few more years before she turned into her mother. She was wrong. 

It hit her like a ton of bricks: 

  • Vaginal dryness
  • Hot flashes–oh the hot flashes
  • Chills
  • Night sweats–she couldn’t complain about Bill’s sweating anymore
  • Problems sleeping
  • Mood changes–look out, world
  • Weight gain 

Susanne saw on a recent episode of a popular daytime doctor show (I can’t think of the name)–there are so many now– how using a lubricant, having more sex (even though the desire is gone), and especially having orgasms can help with menopausal symptoms. 

She had never used a lube before. She didn’t know she even needed one. 

She wondered if it could help her issues.

Chiavaye was created for women just like Susanne, women searching for relief from whatever they’re struggling with. 

Menopause can suck, but there are ways to help you feel normal again.

Pregnant or Postpartum Women

Courtney had been using natural lube for many years for intercourse. She already knew the benefits and strives to live a healthy, natural, and vegan lifestyle. 

When she became pregnant with her first son, Jonah, she began to notice that not only was her body shape changing, but she was also experiencing vaginal dryness. 

Since Courtney was already familiar with natural methods to help the body heal,, she searched for causes and natural remedies to help. 

When you’re pregnant, the last thing you want to have to worry about is a dry and itchy vagina. Heck, you can’t even see it anymore after the second trimester. 

She discovered that the natural lube that she was already using for sex could be used daily as a personal moisturizer for the vagina. 

Not only does a good, natural lube help during pregnancy, but you can also use it to ease postpartum discomfort.

Women Who Enjoy Sex

Sex should be pleasurable for women.

If you experience dryness or pain, especially during sex, then you need a natural lube. 

If you’re lucky enough to not have to worry about dryness or pain, you can still reap the benefits of using a natural lube during sex. 

If you’re not using a lubricant, you’re missing out. 

Using a natural lube can make sex more enjoyable by:

  • Enhancing arousal
  • Boosting sexual pleasure
  • Keeping your vagina skin soft
  • Reducing friction during penetration (whether it’s by a body part or a toy)

What Is The Best Natural Lube?

Every woman is different, and every woman’s body can respond in different ways to a natural lube. 

I created Chiavaye with you in mind. 

Whether you suffer from endometriosis, you’re going through menopause, or you just want better sex, Chiavaye might be the best organic, natural lube for you. 

I believe that my product is the very best on the market, and it’s my mission to help you feel better, stronger, healthier, and sexier. 

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