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What Is The Intended Use?

Uberlube is a personal lubricant intended to moisturize and lubricate, to enhance the ease and comfort of intimate sexual activity and supplement the body’s natural lubrication.

Uberlube is a registered medical device with FDA, CE, CCN, ARTG.

Uberlube is silicone with a trace of vitamin E to improve the finish and leave a smooth sensation.
Dimethicone
Dimethiconol
Cyclomethicone
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)

Uberlube is cruelty free with no animal products and vegan friendly. No alcohol, no gluten, no glycerin, no parabens, no scents and flavors.

Uberlube is compatible with natural rubber latex and polyisoprene condoms. Uberlube is not compatible with polyurethane condoms.

Uberlube may interact with silicone including hard plastic silicone. To know for sure try uberlube on a small area. Clean after use for best results.

Uberlube has not been tested for fertility and is not recommended when trying to become pregnant.

What Are The Ingredients?

Uberlube is silicone with a trace of vitamin E to improve the finish and leave a smooth sensation.
Dimethicone
Dimethiconol
Cyclomethicone
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)

Gluten? Glycerin? Alcohol? Parabens? Scents And Flavors?

Uberlube has no gluten, no glycerin, no alcohol, no parabens, no scents and flavors.

Osmolality And PH Of Uberlube?

Uberlube has been tested to be 4.6 ph. We have not tested osmolality, but this is generally more of a topic related with glycerin and water-based lubricants. Uberlube is anhydrous, meaning without water. Silicone lubricants do not appear in studies of the subject that I've seen.

Characterization of Commercially Available Vaginal Lubricants: A Safety Perspective Ana Raquel Cunha et al 2014 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4190534/ "water-based lubricants may induce changes to the vaginal environment and mucosa that can lead to toxic effects and, eventually, enhancement of the transmission of sexually transmitted pathogens, such as HIV"

Hyperosmolal Vaginal Lubricants Markedly Reduce Epithelial Barrier Properties Seyoum Ayehunie et al 2017 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.toxrep.2017.12.011 "lubricants containing glycerin/glycol, propylene glycol, and Polyethylene glycol (PEG-8) as one of the top four ingredients were associated with marked reduction in barrier properties and tissue morphological damage"

Is Uberlube Recommended When I Am Trying To Get Pregnant?

No, Uberlube has not been tested for fertility and is not recommended when trying to become pregnant.

Is Uberlube Recommended While I Am Pregnant?

Yes, please see the tip sheet from lamaze.org titled "Sex During Pregnancy" https://www.uberlube.com/resources/sex-during-pregnancy

Is Uberlube Safe With Condoms?

Uberlube is compatible with natural rubber latex and polyisoprene condoms. Uberlube is not compatible with polyurethane condoms.

Is Uberlube Safe For Speculum Exams In The Office?

This reply from Michael Krychman MD https://thesexualhealthcenter.com/dr-krychman/

Typically they recommend only use of water and or scant amount of lube on the outer bills of the speculum.
I have used it in the past and have no issues.
Maybe best to contact their pathology department.
I wouldn’t put on loads in any case.

Is Uberlube Safe With Silicone Toys?

Uberlube may interact with silicone including hard plastic silicone. To know for sure try uberlube on a small area. Clean after use for best results.

Is Uberlube Safe With Oral Sex?

Go right ahead it's OK, small amounts of Uberlube are ingestible. Stephen the inventor of uberlube drank a shot glass full and he's still around.

Is Uberlube Cruelty Free?

Yes, Uberlube is cruelty free with no animal products and vegan friendly.

How much lube should my partner and I use for sex?

Each person should experiment and figure out the amount that’s right for them, but we recommend starting with a minimal amount—about two or three pumps. überlube is concentrated and super-effective, so a little bit goes a long way (and our signature pump-bottle helps you meter out the perfect amount every time!).

Is überlube safe for use with latex condoms?

Absolutely! überlube is silicone-based, which is perfect for use with latex condoms. (The type of lubricant that should not be used with latex are oil-based lubricants.)

Are there ingredients in überlube that could cause allergic reactions?

überlube is silicone-based, and silicone allergies are rare. überlube also has no added ingredients like scents, flavors, or spermicides, which are often the types of ingredients that often cause irritation and reactions.