If you’re looking for a body-safe, eco-friendly lube coconut oil can be a great choice. Learn the do’s and don’ts of when (and how) to use it.
We're big fans of lubricant. Whether you're experiencing vaginal dryness due to hormonal changes (breastfeeding, menopause, hormonal contraception) or just want to make things more comfortable by adding some slip and slide, lube is a great addition to any kind of sexual play.
That said, the mainstream brands tend to include ingredients that make us nervous (parabens, glycerine, propylene glycol) which is why we're always on the hunt for body-friendly, eco-friendly alternatives.
You've probably noticed that coconut oil is getting a lot of press in the health world these days. From homemade deodorant to hair care to body cream, coconut oil seems to be able to do it all. Now you can add lube to the list!
In today's episode of #AskTheSisters, we're sharing the do's and don'ts of using coconut oil as a personal lubricant including:
Looking for more lube tips and recommendations? Check out our free How to Choose a Lubricant guide below.
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Kim & Amy Sedgwick love to discuss sex, periods, and all the other things we’re not supposed to talk about. The co-founders of Red Tent Sisters and ecosex.ca, they’ve been featured in every major Canadian news outlet and have become a trusted resource for women seeking natural (effective!) birth control, a more joyful sex life, and an empowered journey to motherhood.