We wrote this guide for customers who are using Intimacy Sex Oil with CBD for the first time. When your order arrives, you'll probably be excited to enjoy it ASAP, but take a moment to read the information below.
View a summary of test results for each Sex Oil batch here.
Condoms & Barriers? Use Non-Latex Only
Because this lubricant is oil-based and can degrade latex and poly-isoprene, we recommend choosing oil-safe barriers like polyurethane or nitrile condoms for protection from STIs and pregnancy (or lambskin for prevention of pregnancy but not STIs).
Several major condom brands offer polyurethane condoms. Just be sure they're "poly-urethane" NOT "poly-isoprene." For convenience, we're providing the following links:
Toys & Vibrators
Sex Oil is happily compatible with silicone, glass, and other non-latex toys. Read our blog on the subject for more information.
Coconut allergies aren't as common as typical nut allergies (mostly because coconuts are really drupes, aka "stone fruit" like peaches) but make sure you or your partner aren't allergic to coconut before use.
To lubricate and moisturize, pour as much Sex Oil as you like into your palm and apply where you desire. This lubricant was formulated to be a whole-body experience; and can be used liberally on vulva, breasts, thighs, penis, anus, or any part of the body that feels good.
Since this is an oil-based lubricant it may soak into sheets. We recommend laying down a towel or using an extra layer to prevent staining.
Do not use in bathtubs or showers, to avoid risk of slip-and-fall injuries.
Pairing With Your Foria Favorites
Though it isn't mandatory, and it's great on its own, this lubricant was designed to work in concert with the rest of our Intimacy line.
If you choose to use our lube with Awaken Arousal Oil, be sure to apply Awaken first and allow 15-30 minutes for fullest absorption before using the Sex Oil — so Awaken's potent botanicals aren't diluted.
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