The Hathor Story
The Hathor Story
Mellta Swift and Nathanda Swift, co-owners/creators of Hathor/SUTIL specialize in plant Aphrodisiacs. Before joining the erotic industry they manufactured spa treatment products including therapeutic oils, creams and lotions.
Hathor/SUTIL, known for natural ingredients and purity since its beginnings in 1989, was concerned about parabens and harsh chemicals long before the “green revolution” hit the market place. Hathor/SUTIL has supported organic farming and sustainable agriculture by importing organic and wild crafted essential oils from small farms around the world. Hathor/SUTIL is superior in the market place due to their ingredient formulations. Hathor/SUTIL has applied the same standards to their line of water based lubricants launched in the year 2000…with organic flavours, herbal aphrodisiac extracts, and soothing plant emollients.
Hathor/SUTIL believes that your lube should be as simple and natural as possible, void of harsh chemicals, parabens and glycerin. They always choose organic and ethical ingredients and have considered the impact of their packaging with the use of bio-degradable tubes.
SUTIL is recommended by Doctors, Pelvic Floor practitioners, sex therapists and educators. Hathor/SUTIL is sold around the world in select Sex Positive Boutiques. Hathor/SUTIL is a Canadian, family run business located on Vancouver Island on the beautiful west coast of British Columbia.
Learn more about SUTIL and Menopause in Sex Educator Samantha Evans' article “Sex, Myths and the Menopause”
Mellta and Nathanda Swift
The Eco Cert Standard
Synthetic perfumes and dyes
Animal-derived ingredients (unless naturally produced by them: milk, honey, etc.)
Petrochemical ingredients (except for authorized preservatives)
The COSMOS certification ensures
Environmentally friendly production and processing
Processes respecting also human health
Development of the concept of green chemicals
Responsible use of natural resources
Respect of biodiversity
Absence of petrochemical ingredients (except for authorized preservatives)
The absence of:
Fair working conditions
Local peoples lands and rights protected
No clearing of primary forests
Wildlife on plantations is protected
Greenhouse gas emissions reduced
Industrial pollution minimized
RSPO: Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil ensures: