I love to use it on my husband. I lube him up – his penis, his testicles, his perineum, all around the area – and it makes my hands glide silky smooth over him. Whether I am enjoying him with my hands, mouth, breasts or any other part of my body, a little bit of coconut oil makes it a whole lot nicer.
I love it when he uses coconut oil on me. As I have aged, lubrication has become more and more a factor – ok, so basically I am dry as a bone. My husband knows not to touch my delicate skin, or enter me without taking the time to lather me in coconut oil. Which by the way, has the added bonus of making my husbands hands soft. In Minnesota where the winters are brutally dry and cold, cracks in your hands can form that feel like a knife piercing your skin. Since we have started using coconut oil the cracks have disappeared.
Coconut oil can also be used for a great full body massage. Just heat it up in the microwave so that it is warm to the touch. The oil soaks into your skin afterwards so it does not leave you feeling sticky, and it doesn’t stain your sheets.
Coconut oil is safe for your most delicate parts and even inside your vagina. It is actually anti bacterial and may help to prevent both urinary tract infections and yeast infections. Most things that you read say that you should never use any kind of oil based lubricant with a condom because it will break down the silicone prematurely. I have read a couple of articles suggesting that coconut oil is different, but do so at your own risk. I am not responsible if little Joey shows up in 9 months.
Coconut oil comes in a jar at the grocery store, most likely found in the baking aisle near the cooking oil, or in the organic section. Different stores carry different brands and some have a stronger coconut smell than others. If you are adverse to the smell of coconut, you might try a different brand.
The melting point of coconut oil is 76 degrees so during the winter when the house is a little colder it is a firm solid that can be scooped with your hand or a spoon. I have even formed small shapes by pouring the melted oil into a candy making tray for easy grabbing. When the house warms in early summer the coconut oil is soft and smooth like coco butter and in the heat of the summer it is most often liquid.
So is anybody out there using coconut oil and what has been your experience?
If you have never tried using coconut oil, give it a try. You might discover something new.