Here are a few comments that a blogger, True Pleasures, posted about Aloe Cadabra. Thank you True Pleasures, for sharing your thoughts!
Consistency: Aloe Cadabra is basically a gel when you squeeze it out. However, when it warms to body temperature, the consistency will loosen up. It’s very slick and takes quite a while for it to rub into my skin. I’ve had no issues with it gumming up or getting sticky, it just soaks right in.
Duration: Aloe Cadabra has lasted long enough for each one of our uses of it. I have yet to have any issues with it drying out no matter how long our sessions have lasted. If you find that it starts to dry up, you can reactivate it with a wet kiss or a bit of water, therefore saving you lubricant and money.
Packaging: The tube that the Aloe Cadabra comes in is very discreet. It doesn’t say anything anywhere about the contents being a personal lubricant. The only thing printed on the bottle is the picture and “ALOE CADABRA, Natural Aloe”. There is also a SELL BY date sticker on the back. I do like the design of the bottle. It has a flip cap and soft body for easy dispensing, and the upside-down storage method ensures you get to use every drop of it.
Expiration Date: Yes! There is a SELL BY date on the package and the bottle! Very few lubricant companies actually do that. Thank you!
The ingredient list is safe, it has great slip, it’s very moisturizing, and it doesn’t dry out and get gummy.