Melt some cocoa butter, shea butter, or coconut oil in your hand for a few seconds, then apply. Or drizzle on a few drops of olive oil, almond oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, or grapeseed oil. When it comes to natural sex lubes, you aren’t short on options. They’re body-nourishing and last much longer than water-based lubes.
The jojoba oil in this silicone-based lube provides extra glide and a relaxing sensation.
Or there’s mineral oil, which Barnard says to avoid “because it is a petroleum product and it can have petroleum residues in it.” Or waxes like beeswax, shea butter, and jojoba oil.
Here are five ways to introduce oil-based lube into the bedroom. 1. Give ‘Em a Hand (Job) According to Dr. Laura Berman at Everyday Health, oil-based lube can be a good choice for handjobs. Because a little tends to go a long way with oils, it should only take a small amount to create the slippery sensations needed for an amazing handjob.
This oil is made from 100% almonds, so it smells and tastes terrific, making it a great choice for delicious oral sex. Being so light, it is also one of the safer options for genital use, as it is unlikely to clog pores and cause any bacterial issues.
It could be natural oils (like coconut, avocado oil, olive oil or jojoba oil), cocoa butter, shea butter, or even cannabis oil. You can mix these and other ingredients with wax (like beeswax) and essential oil to make a gel-like substance that improves slipperiness during sex.
It's made of a blend of silicone and coconut oil, so you get the best of both worlds—just note that, since it's oil-based, it's not safe for use with latex condoms.
Because jojoba oil is a wax rather than a true oil, it can live on your shelf for years without going bad. You could compare it to beeswax—bees keep their honey in the wax cells to keep it fresh ...
Jojoba oil comes from the beans of the shrub like plant, simmondsia chinensis. This is the highest grade certified organic, cold pressed oil (actually a liquid plant wax). It is bright and golden in color and is regarded as the most favored in the carrier oil family because of its advanced molecular stability.
Jojoba, sometimes called deernut, comes from a shrub known to grow in northern Mexico, California, and Arizona. The oil-like wax inside — often called jojoba oil — comes from the plant’s seeds.