Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Good Clean Love, one of the largest “love” (hide the eyes of the little ones, cause they mean sex) companies in the nation, announced the official launch of their new website. They offer a wide variety of eco-love products as well as more information and resources for their clients. The company’s goal is to make “love” (getting milk faced and humming like rabbits) sustainable

by increasing the awareness and experience of “love” (horizontal rumba) in the world. This woman-owned company offers all natural “love” (amatory pleasures) products that promotes healthy intimacy and increases access to the passionate side of life. “Good Clean Love’s personal lubricants, pleasure butters, love oils and passion candles are different than the majority of intimacy products on the market, as they are made with 100% natural ingredients,” says Wendy Strgar. “These products are ideal for people who have sensitivity to the traditional petro-based lubricants. They act as true aphrodisiacs to access and stimulate the arousal system.” In other words, they got your hippy sex products ready to ship. In celebration of their brand new website and Valentine’s Day, Good Clean Love has partnered with Playa Viva, the new eco-lux, sustainable resort and community residence in beautiful Mexico, to offer a one week stay for two sustainable “lovers” (people ready to awaken the bacon). Good Clean Love is an approved Coop America Green Company and strives to reduce its impact while providing the highest quality ingredients and recyclable packaging materials available. They company is also a signer of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and is continuously working to educate women, physicians and retail stores about the importance of clean and healthy ingredients in “love” (a bit of nifty) products. They provide samples to college campuses, doctor’s offices and cancer treatment centers. Good Clean Love is headquartered in Eugene, Oregon in the beautiful Northwest. All of their products are manufactured in the USA. To be honest I have no idea if this company is any more “eco friendly” than any other sex company, but I just couldn’t resist messing with their press release for my own enjoyment. I am not “love” expert so I encourage you to do your own green sex research. Article Courtesy of: blog.thesietch.org

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