With the threat of this moment skidding to a devastating halt, you need to MacGyver your way out of Dry City and into Pleasure Town -- and fast. Coconut oil has become the Big Fat Greek Windex of the yoga-and-kale set. Got dry skin?
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What to use instead of olive oil
Lube is always a great idea during sex. Lube, which is short for lubricant, enhances pleasure and prevents pain and chafing during sex. The good news is that olive oil is likely safe to use during sex.
Sorry to liken anal sex to food, but if it were a sandwich, then you and your partner would be the slices of bread and lube would be the good stuff inside. Because anal sex without lube would be not only dry, but also pointless. In fact, unlike a sad sammie, lubeless anal sex can actually be dangerous. The friction can cause actual microtears to the skin and anus, leading to infection. No, thanks. So when starting with anal play, the wetter, the better. Sinclair suggests massaging the anus with lube beforehand to warm things up. They generally have a thicker consistency and stay in place longer.
It is often said that olive oil is good for you because it lubricates your insides, but does that make it a good substitute for personal lubricant during sex? Our answer is NO. Olive oil is incredibly good for you; it is a staple of the Mediterranean diet, which is said to be one of the most healthy diets in the world. It can lower cholesterol, prevent or delay diabetes and is beneficial to the internal organs. Olive oil is also known for its skin nourishing benefits; it has anti-ageing qualities, and has even been used to help alleviate symptoms of eczema and other types of skin damage. However, olive oil and other vegetable oils were never designed for internal use or on our vulvas. The skin of the vagina and vulval area is extremely sensitive, and women have been known to experience allergic reactions to olive oil. Also, take into consideration that olive oil is not compatible with latex condoms or dental dams, as it will cause the latex to break, leading to a risk of pregnancy and exposure to STI s. If you want to avoid the potential risk of skin damage and compromised sexual health, use a good quality, certified lubricant such as YES Organic, which is available in oil and water based formulas. The water based lubricant is safe to use with latex products.