Pros: natural, paraben free, vegan, cruelty free, smells great
Cons: takes some shaking to get much out of the bottle
Good Clean Love calls this product a love oil which, let's be honest, is a little vague - or I suppose, you could just assume it's very all purpose. And that it is.
I picked up a bottle of the Origins version of the Good Clean Love Oil at Whole Foods a few weeks ago and have given it a go with the boyfriend. I do like it a lot. I appreciate that it's natural, paraben free, and made with organic essential oils when possible. The Origins blend (made with apricot kernal oil, organic jojoba oil, vitamin e antioxident formula, and other essential oils) was the only one Whole Foods had, but in terms of a scent, it's the one I'd pick every time. It's very pleasant and not overwhelming.
The oil itself is of course oily. It's packaged in a glass bottle with a flip top - that means you have to shake out individual drops. That's both a good thing and a bad thing. Keep in mind, a little goes a long way if you're using this stuff as a lubricant. In fact, a little is even too much for me normally. Getting a little graphic here, the first trial of this oil resulted in a nether region slip 'n' slide. So be careful when mixing the oil with your own oils. It could get to be a little much if you're not careful.
I think I prefer to use this stuff as a massage oil. It's moisturizing and doesn't leave your skin feeling too oily as it absorbs nicely. But then we come back to the glass bottle issue. Using it as a massage oil, you tend to need a little more. So it might take a little doing to shake out the right amount. But I suppose, better safe than soaking in a $17 bottle of love oil.
All in all, I'm a fan and I would buy it again.