First, you go to the market and buy everything that has oil and an oil base...everything....then you line them all up, giggle endlessly, turn off the lights, and one by one, all night long, try one after the other, never knowing what you tried or how they mixed, but only know you loved it so much, then you do it all over again and again and again and...
Let me just edge in here ladies, and speak from experience. Coconut oil is a must.
1. It doesn't stain your clothes or the sheets.
2. The slip factor rises above any previous expectations.
3. The smell is subtle and divine.
4. It doubles as a tasty product!
5. Coconut oil is good externally and internally.
6. You could decant a few ounces into your special lubricant jar for special occasions. Keep in bedside drawer.
7. Absolutely no chemicals
8. I want to keep finding positives because let me tell you - you will never bother with ky jelly ever again.
9. Did I tell you you can eat it?
10. Coconut oil doubles as massage oil - so kill two birds with one stone. You don't want to waste the benefits of a good oil, so rubbing it in and all over makes the experience all the better.
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PS: Only those who have experienced firsthand are able to write a testimonial (hub) about the benefits of coconut oil as a sexual lubricant.
For the best coconut oil - make sure it is not processed to hell and does not contain any added chemicals. Buy it organically at a health food store and you are assured of a good product that will go on and on and on for as long as you can
Further to the above, and for medical science - I think it only right that mass experiments be conducted on the longevity of condoms with coconut oil as a lubricant. We may have found the answer to condom maintenance.
Serious note: Isn't ky jelly petroleum based so not surprised it eats into the latex which is also petroleum based? Hmmmm. All those who wish to take part can leave there results below.
If you could magnetize the oil everyone could generate electricity and solve the world's energy shortage....that is....if you did something with the oil...maybe in hinges - opening and closing, opening and........................
This makes interesting reading !I have never used vegetable oil or ky jelly in bed ! I like the durex play warming intimate lube when a bit extra is needed ,There is a lot of choice here .
Bet the guy who said he fell in the bathroom and landed on the toilet brush , had to be operated on to have it removed / or the guy that climbed in his window & landed on the tomato sauce bottle wish he had some lubricant !
For other uses, see Oil (disambiguation). An oil is any substance that is liquid at ambient temperatures and is hydrophobic but soluble in organic solvents. Oils have a high carbon and hydrogen content and are nonpolar substances. The general definition above includes compound classes with, and uses, including vegetable oils, petrochemical oils, and volatile essential oils. All oils can be traced back to organic sources.
in case you need a wet blanket: as far as veg oil being safe - no, it will not prevent std or pregnancy and in fact, I imagine (altho I don't actually KNOW) it could raise your chances for a vag veggie infection - you know, the kind not nice at all. ok. that was a real wet blanket, huh.
I keep having to actually do actual other stuff! I don't know why there is still laundry and cooking to do - you'd think by 2011 we'd have eliminated the need for those boring things. But, so, Kim - how did it work? did you use the avacado oil? I think that would be my choice. Although I do have some magnificent sesame oil which I add essential oils to for nice rubs and massages. Not that I get much of that lately!
Just want to get a quick tally of how many people on this forum are using vegetable oil to cook with still. I have been doing a lot of research lately about the dangers associated with cooking with these oils and want...