Uberlube is silicone with a trace of vitamin E. Specifically, Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, Cyclomethicone, Tocopheryl Acetate (vitamin E).
There is no water in Uberlube. Also, Uberlube does NOT contain gluten, glycerin, alcohol, parabens, scents, or flavors.
Uberlube has a pH of 4.6.
We do not recommend Uberlube if you or your partner are trying to become pregnant. There are specialized sexual lubes for this purpose.
Yes, Uberlube is safe if you are already pregnant.
Uberlube is compatible with natural rubber latex and polyisoprene condoms. Do not use Uberlube with polyurethane condoms. We also recommend using two pumps of Uberlube inside of condoms to increase pleasure for the wearer.
Yes. It is perfectly safe to ingest Uberlube in the quantities used for sexual activity.
Avoid using Uberlube with silicone sex toys. The silicone in Uberlube and the silicone on the device may interact and damage its surface, making the material more porous and susceptible to harboring bacteria. Generally, we recommend using water-based lubes with sex toys and other devices made of silicone.
The body of your Private Gym resistance equipment is made from medical-grade silicone. As with other devices made with silicone, the silicone in Uberlube may interact with it and damage its surface. Therefore, if you use lube while using your resistance equipment, we recommend non-silicone-based lubes.
Uberlube is silicone-based, and silicone allergies are rare. So do not use Uberlube if you or your partner are allergic to silicone. Uberlube has no added scents, flavors, or spermicides, which are often the source of allergic reactions in other brands of lube.
• Do not use Uberlube if you are trying to conceive.
• Do not use Uberlube if you or your partner are allergic to silicone.
• Avoid using Uberlube with devices made of silicone, including hard plastic silicone.