Make Your Own All-Natural Personal Lubricant

Make Your Own All-Natural Personal Lubricant

Personal lubricant is mostly water, so it’s actually fairly easy to make your own. And if you’re the shy type, doing it yourself means no embarrassment buying it at the local pharmacy. (This is why self-checkout at the supermarket can be a good thing, by the way.)

Our friends over at WonderHowTo shared their sexiest tip yet, giving us not one, but three different recipes for making your own personal lubricant. One uses cornflour and one uses boiled flaxseed oil, but our favourite is their Chocolate Mint Love Butter (via Paleo Mama).

The name sounds delicious and if you really want to you can eat this next lubricant. By using stomach friendly ingredients like honey, peppermint oil, cocoa, and coconut oil. Combining these ingredients creates a delightful whipped cream that can be used with dessert…if you know what I mean. Just be careful with the mint. Too much of a good thing can be… a little too hot.

Check out the post at WonderHowTo for the full instructions. (Remember: stick with water-based options when using condoms.)

DIY Gets Sexy: 3 Simple Concoctions for Making Your Own (All Natural) Lube [WonderHowTo]

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