Sitre’s water-based sex gel was their first ever product. They wanted to create a natural lubricant that felt like a wellness product. The result is a gel that feels incredible in the moment, is completely safe to use for everyone and it nurtures the skin. This gel uses 20% organic aloe vera to create a safe, silk-like gel that makes every touch feel softer yet more intensified. This lubricant also comes in a travel size. Click Here

  • 95% natural ingredients
  • No glycerin, parabens and perfume free
  • pH-balanced, allergy friendly and 100% vegan
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Made in Denmark
  • Safe to use with toys, condoms and it's all good to eat too
  • Safe to use while trying to conceive and during pregnancy
  • Bottle made from recycled plastic and packaging is FSC-certified
  • Ingredients: Aqua, 20% organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Betaine, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Nitrate, Citric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Nitrate

The ingredients leaves the skin hydrated and has a healing, anti-inflammatory effect that helps to protect the skin, making it ideal to use for pleasure as well as everyday intimate hydration.

How to use: Apply on skin and intimate areas to create a gliding effect that makes every touch feel smooth. The gel will be absorbed by the skin so apply again if needed.

Meet Cecilie & Julie, the two founders behind Sitre. They founded Sitre as they simply didn't understand why the products they would use during sex made them feel less, wrong, unsexy and why did they have to be hidden away? And the more research they did, the more they realised the products on the market just weren't of high quality. Since they couldn't find any products that had a much-needed honest, relatable and mindful take on sexiness, they decided it was time to give the industry an update. They partnered with the best skincare experts in Denmark and Sitre was born and saw the light of day in February 2021. Sitre’s mission is to move away from pleasure being 'naughty' and dirty' and instead caring and kind.