Love Lotion: Homemade Lubricant Recipe
Homemade Love Lotion
Things are about to get a little frisky in here….
Today, I give to you my favorite all natural, homemade lubricant recipe.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, I may add
What’s wrong with most lubricants?
Have you ever checked the back of a lubricant bottle?! Most are filled with toxic chemical ingredients that can harm your health and even your fertility.
Toxic chemical lubricants can:
- Increase vaginal infections
- Disrupt hormone production
- Feed candida which increases yeast infections
- Kill vaginal flora
- Decrease fertility
I don’t know about you, but I don’t want any of those toxic ingredients down in those parts.
So here’s my super simple recipe for my homemade lubricant. Not only is this homemade lubricant recipe all natural and safe, but it’s filled with nourishing ingredients that are actually beneficial to your skin and healthy for your nether-regions. This also makes the best sensual massage lotion. And I might add that I think it would make a great gift to give to your hunny!
Love Lotion Recipe
1/3 cup coconut oil (Find HERE)
2 tablespoons beeswax (Find HERE)
5 drops Sensual Synergy Blend Essential Oil (Find HERE)
Melt the coconut oil and beeswax on your stovetop until melted using a double boiler. You can just use a pot of water and a glass measuring cup, too – just put the coconut oil and beeswax in the measuring cup and put the measuring cup in the pot of water.
Once melted, add essential oil. Remove from heat and let cool completely until hardened. You may need to put it in the refrigerator to harden a bit if your house is above 76 degrees. It’s very important for the coconut oil to be hard because it will not whip if it’s liquid.
Store in a glass jar – I love and use THESE jars for this homemade lubricant recipe. This recipe will keep for as long as the expiration date on your coconut oil (usually over a year or more!)
*Important Note: This love lotion should not be used in conjunction with latex condoms. Coconut oil breaks down latex can make latex condoms ineffective. If you prefer to use condoms, make sure they are non-latex (Like THESE).
I also encourage you to get creative and use my recipe as inspiration for some fun homemade lubricant recipe experimentation:
Want to make it tingly and warm? Try using cinnamon essential oil instead.
Want to make it edible? Try adding a little honey and peppermint like THIS recipe.
Looking for a place to get high quality essential oils? I get all my essential oils from HERE.
Have you ditched your toxic lubricants yet? Hope you all have fun with this recipe
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