When it's cold outside and the funds are low, snuggle up to your lover and let the winter games begin! Save your gas money and invest in a little stash of eco-friendly romance accessories for winter's most sustainable sport: sex.
When setting the mood with a little romantic lighting, use beeswax or soy candles that burn clean and smell delicious. A light-smelling incense or sage burning can also add to the atmosphere of love without overpowering your senses.
Add another dimension to your experience, and throw a little lube into the mix. But don't buy just any old product. Make sure that yours is clean. Many personal lubricants are made with ingredients more appropriate for your car than for your body's most sensitive parts.
Good Clean Love lubricants are clean, natural and water-based. Real herbs and flowers create the scents, and aloe vera, xanthan gum, and agar agar (seaweed) make for a long lasting lube. It's also edible and safe for latex condoms and toys.
Good Clean Love's Product Philosophy:
We believe in providing nothing but the healthiest and cleanest consumer products. At Good Clean Love, we strive to bring you a health alternative to the petro-chemical and paraben laden products that dominate the personal care and intimacy markets. We take the utmost care in selecting our organic ingredients and creating product formulations that work with the body, not against it.
Hathor body is a small woman-owned vegan company out of British Colombia, that makes both plain and flavored lubes. Hathor Aphrodesia lube is vegan, contains Siberian Ginseng and Horny Goat Weed, and is safe with condoms. The Lubricant Lickeurs come in three organic flavors: Coconut Orange, Chocolate Strawberry, and Hazelnut Caramel.
Lovemaking boosts your fitness, increases your self-esteem, and brings an abundance of physical and emotional health benefits to you and your partner. A healthy relationship thrives on intimacy and physical touch, and it's fun to "work on your relationship". You don't have to go anywhere or spend any money to do a little lovin', so make a sustainable new year's resolution that includes "winter sports".