It’s kind of funny that we’re all doing it and no one is talking about it.

Not that.

This: Clean up.

If you use condoms or don’t use condoms, and especially if you like lube (and who doesn’t?), there’s always a little or a lot of post play detail work to attend to. Even if we’re not all loudly swapping tips on how we tidy up after sex, people are curious. Just spend some time on Google seeking ideas and you’ll find entire Reddit threads devoted to the intimate topic.

Articles in Glamour (Eeek, Um, How Do You Clean Up After Sex) and Mic (There's One Post-Sex Problem That Nobody Ever Talks About) are slightly less graphic and more demure, if that’s your thing.

Most discussions of post sex spillage/general slippery stuff involve gravity, showers, laughing, coughing, and more. Eventually all descriptions and oversharing point in one direction: Some kind of wipe. Many people lament you need practically a whole box of tissues or roll of toilet paper (paper towel being too scratchy) to get the job done, plus the paper sticks to you. Then there are the reusables: socks, t-shirts, already dirty laundry, towels. Be warned! There’s more than one cautionary tale floating around of an unsuspecting guest using said towel. Oops!

Enter store bought wipes. Baby ones can clog toilets, though there are flushable versions. But even flushable wipes have been known to mess with plumbing, including entire municipal sewer systems. This is why Consumer Reports advises not to flush “flushable” wipes.  More importantly, none of these are formulated for a vagina. And the ones that are specifically formulated for the ladies tend to contain harmful, irritating ingredients you most definitely do not want down there.

If you’re still seeking an after sex clean up solution that won’t somehow wind up in a clueless friend’s hands after they just washed them, check out our natural Post Play wipes. The multipurpose wipes—you technically don’t have to use them for sex, but by all means—are free of harmful chemicals like polysorbate 20, fragrance, and formaldehyde, a known carcinogen. There’s no parabens or dyes. They're all good for the ladies but are actually unisex—for sex, all kinds of sex.

Also? You can always use them before sex, too. Not everyone always has access to a shower when opportunity presents itself. We get it. Stash a pack in your gym bag, your bedside table, your car. You won't regret keeping it clean.

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