BIOglide safe (with carrageenan), 100 ml
waterbased natural lubricant
- protection against cervical cancer
- Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) arrestive
- physical (NON-chemical) barrier by carrageen
- effect scientifically confirmed!
- scentless and tasteless
- for everyone who values naturalness
- gently assist the sexuality
- FREE of synthetic preservatives (such as parabens)
- FREE of synthetic fragrances
- 100% naturally + vegan
- dermatologically + clinically tested
- latexcondom compatible
- medical product
- pH-optimized (for Intimate-Balance)
- also suitable for oral pleasures
- Made in Germany
BIOglide safe – with carrageenan
BIOglide safe with carrageenan – the safe variant, which can protect against human papillomavirus (HPV) infections. This sexually transmitted virus can lead to cervical cancer and genital warts in women. Carrageenan, a high-quality ingredient, can prevent the virus from attaching itself to human cells. Carrageenan acts as a natural barrier.
The highest standards apply to love as well as to organic products. 100% natural and vegan BIOglide has been specially developed to gently support vaginal moisture.
The silky moisturizing, colourless and oil-free BIOglide lets your love life bloom.
With BIOglide you will experience a carefree sexuality in a pleasant way. The "Natural Product-Standard approved by BDiH" ensures that BIOglide meets the high requirements of the organic market.
Vegetable Glycerin, Aqua, Sodium Lactate, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageen) Extract, Xanthan Gum, Levulinic Acid, Sodium Levulinate, Lactic Acid
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the whole BIOglide line is suitable for vegans, all ingredients including the different flavours come from vegetable production.
The pH value of BIOglide lubricants is in the range of 4.6 – 5.2, so it is adjusted to the pH value of the vaginal flora.
The glycerine is of vegetable origin from conventional cultivation. The glycerine is obtained from rapeseed oil, the cultivation and production are sustainable and already CO2-reduced.
No, neither JOYDIVISION nor any of its contracted suppliers carry out animal experiments.
In addition, we require our external suppliers to certify that the raw materials used in the manufacture of our products are not tested on animals.
There are no clinical data available that speak against the use of a lubricating gel for the desire to have children. Unfortunately, there are currently hardly any studies that have investigated the influence of a lubricant on the sperm in the desire to have children. It is possible that the mobility of the sperm is slightly influenced. There are many women who have become pregnant despite using a lubricant.
However, we recommend that you consult your gynaecologist or a midwife to ensure an individual consultation.
Especially when using condoms, the type of lubricant is important if you don't want to risk damaging the condoms.
Always use lubricants specially developed for use with condoms and make sure that all of the following information is on the packaging when you purchase:
It signals that it is a legal medical device and is a duty for every intimate lubricant!
"kondomfreundlich/kondomgeeignet" in German language.
Use together with condoms is only permitted with this note!
If any or even all of the information on lubricant packaging is missing, it must under no circumstances be used together with condoms!
If the CE mark is missing on lubricant packaging, these lubricants are not even intended for sexual intercourse without a condom!
Independent tests have shown that up to 40% of condoms (tested with non-approved lubricant) burst much earlier than normal!
Since many inadmissible lubricants contain, for example, small quantities of oils, condom safety is no longer guaranteed as a result.
For medical lubricants like BIOglide we recommend a usage period of 6 months from the first opening. It is generally not advisable to use if the product looks cloudy, is more liquid or smells different than usual.
The shelf life of the unopened product is imprinted on the tube fold next to the batch designation.