Intimate Organics Intense Clit Stimulating Gel

I do not have a ton of experience with arousal products, so I jumped at the chance to review the Intense Clit Stimulating Gel from Intimate Organics.

Intimate Organics Intense Stimulating Clit Gel comes in a small white box with a naked partial torso in the background. It is the same style as the Intimate Organics Discover G-Spot Stimulating Gel. Inside the box is a one ounce clear tube with the exact some logo. I continue to think this packaging looks more like a bath product than a sex product which is a good thing if someone happens to glance at it. However, if they read the box or tube, they will clearly know that it is an arousal product. The tube is sturdy enough on its own so I do not think the box is necessary and just adds more material that needs to be thrown away.

Intimate Organics Intense Clit Stimulating Gel is a liquidy clear gel with a slightly minty scent and no taste. The minty scent comes from the natural peppermint oil, not from menthol as with many stimulating products. This makes Intense much more gentle on your delicate tissues. It feels soft and slightly oily on the skin. It rubs in well and disappears quickly. To remove Intense Stimulating Clit Gel, simply use soap and water. Though it does have oil in it I have not found that Intense Stimulating Clit Gel stains clothing or sheets.

The directions instruct you to apply Intimate Organics Intense Clit Stimulating Gel sparingly to the tissue underneath your clit. This causes a cooling, tingly sensation around my clit. The sensation kicks in within minutes after applying and then intensifies nicely for about 10-15 minutes. I really enjoy the sensation on my clit, so I’ve tried Intense Clit Gel on my labia where it is also nice and tingly.

Intimate Organics makes a Gentle Clit Stimulating Gel that I think would be too gentle for me. The Intense is just right. It is not too strong nor too weak. The Intense Clit Stimulating Gel definitely makes me orgasm more quickly, though I don’t think my orgasms are more intense with it. It adds to play with toys or a partner, but it does have oil in it so you might want to be careful using it with a condom even though you’re using it externally. Better safe than sorry.

One of the great things about Intimate Organics is the ingredients, what this product contains and what it doesn’t. First, what it doesn’t. Intimate Organics Intense Clit Stimulating Gel does not contain glycerine, parabens, DEA, or menthol. It is also cruelty-free and vegan. It does contain USDA Certified Organic Extracts, which are natural ingredients certified by the USDA Organic Board.

Intimate Organics Intense Clit Stimulating Gel contains the following ingredients:
Aqua (Water), Propanediol (Natural Humectant), Aloe Barbadenis Leaf Extract, Polysorbate 20, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Phenoxyethanol, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Benzoic Acid, Arginine-HCl, Phenethyl Alcohol, PPG-2 Methyl Ether, Methylisothiazolinone, Ornithine HCL, Menthyl Lactate, Alcohol, Lycium Barbarum Fruit Extract, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Extract, Sodium Hydroxide

There is one ingredient I will remark on. Methylisothiazolinone, as discussed on the Environmental Working Group’s Cosmetics Database, is a known skin and immune system toxicant. Its use in cosmetics has been determined safe with some qualifications. In Canada it can be used in concentrations of less than .01% and Intimate Organics, which is made in Canada, complies with this restriction. .01% is a very small amount. I am on the sensitive side and have had no issues with this product, but if you are hypersensitive, you may want to do further research before using products with Methylisothiazolinone. It is very possible that this ingredient will be left out of Intimate Organics’ future recipes.

Intimate Organics Intense Stimulating Clit Gel Pros:
• Arouses gently and safely
• Paraben, glycerine, menthol, and DEA free
• Vegan
• Cruelty-free
• Organic extracts

Intimate Organics Intense Stimulating Clit Gel Cons:
• Methylisothiazolinone could possibly cause sensitivity in some people

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