“Aldi is not the only pharmacy that is getting in on the personal lubrication trend.”
“The fact that Aldi has decided to join the fray is a huge win for people who want to use their personal lubricants in places where they’re not expected to,” said Anna Henningsen, executive director of the Association of Pharmacy Executives.
“Alfa is not just an everyday grocery store, and it’s also a big company.
It knows that people will need a personal lubricator to enjoy life.”
Henningsens organization has been lobbying for a new standard for lubricants, which they hope will help save lives in the future.
Aldi, which is based in Belgium, has already released a range of lubricants that can be used in personal care products like body lotion, shampoo, and lotion.
The new products include L-100, which uses glycerin and propylene glycol to lubricate skin.
Hennersens organization is working with Aldi to promote personal lubrications, and said it’s already received more than 500 emails and calls from people who say they use personal lubricators.
She said her organization is also looking to get the new standards passed in other states and internationally.
The group has also created a website to provide information about personal lubricating products.