Emerita Natural Lubricant
Finally, a lubricant formulated for women. Emerita's Natural Lubricant can enhance your experience, whether you simply want more enjoyment or you want to relieve the mild dryness that sometimes occurs during your menstrual cycle or after childbirth.
Natural Lubricant supports vaginal tissue moisture and lubrication. It is free of mineral oil, petroleum products and the water-based formula protects a woman's delicate vaginal balance. Plus, it's latex-friendly, completely washable and non-staining.
Apply vaginally as needed prior to sexual activity. No applicator necessary.
Ingredients like Vitamin E and Allantoin moisturize, soothe and heal the skin and are excellent sources of relief for mild vaginal dryness.
Ingredients: Water (Purified), Glycerin, Pentylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sorbitol, Xylitol, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vit E), Allantoin, Citric Acid, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Disodium EDTA
Key Functional Ingredients: Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate), Allantoin
Emerita (e-MER-ita) is a woman-owned company that's been in the business of serving women over 40 since the 1970s.
It began as a family business, which youngest daughter Sharon MacFarland took over in 1983 at the age of 23. Since then Sharon built it into Emerita, a leading national brand of natural wellness products for women.
In the early days, the company marketed natural menopause products through the Transitions For Health catalog and through physicians' offices. The catalog even appeared in an episode of Sex & the City.
Then in the 1990s, the company's flagship progesterone cream Pro-Gest was introduced at natural food stores, launching a whole category of natural wellness products for women over 40. Since then, Emerita has expanded its offerings to include sexual vitality and skin care products, as well.
Emerita has long been a socially-responsible company that's respectful and empowering of its employees, operating in an open and collaborative fashion. It also has a long history as an advocate for women, valuing education about women's health issues.