The government body that monitors the production and sale of foods, pharmaceuticals, and other products. The FDA regulates lubricant production and enforces marketing guidelines for the industry.

The Food and Drug Administration treats personal lubricants as medical devices rather than cosmetics, and because of these classification, some of the FDA’s regulations for personal lubricant manufacturers are fairly strict and complex. This is especially true for products carrying organicĀ or naturalĀ seals.