I don't know who needs to hear this, but you should be incorporating massage oils into your sex routine reg-u-lar-ly. Not only can they be used as foreplay and aftercare , but according to Lisa Finn, brand manager and sex educator at Babeland , a massage can "help add new forms of stimulation into our sexual repertoire. Plus, when you use massage oils, they "can also add in sensations beyond touch—like scent, the visual aspect of an oiled body part, temperature like with a warmed oil or a massage oil candle , and other elements like CBD. As for what exactly to look for in a massage oil, first make sure that it won't aggravate you or your partner's skin—read the ingredients to check that no one is allergic oils tend to include fruit and seed derivatives , and if you or your partner have sensitive skin, you might want to skip out on anything with fragrance. Finn also suggests looking at the ingredients for "Vitamin E, cocoa butter, shea butter, jojoba oil, and essential oil—they can be safely absorbed into the skin and have moisturizing properties that will leave skin refreshed after the massage as well. And cause I know you're thinking it: No, massage oil isn't an ideal lube.
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Massages have to be one of the most loved activities, especially when they're topped off with some indulgent massage oil to literally let the tension slip right off your body. Not only are they a solution for soothing sore muscles , they're a great way to boost intimacy with your partner or get in touch with your own body, both physically and spiritually. When it comes to massage with your partner, many studies have been done linking touch and intimacy, but the general takeaway from many of them is that "the language of touch is universal," says marriage counselor, psychotherapist, and Wright Wellness Center co-founder, Rachel Wright, MA, LMFT. On the physical end of things, "massage relaxes the body by bringing awareness, circulation, and pain relief to different areas," says Rachel Beider, licensed massage therapist and owner of Massage Outpost in Brooklyn. When it comes to giving yourself or your partner a massage at home, Beider recommends using coconut, jojoba, or sweet almond oils to enhance the sensual experience.
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A massage oil that's edible, doesn't taste like plastic, and is safe for sex is all that I required. But apparently that was too much to ask because I was surprised to find myself struggling to find the perfect product. All of the edible massage oils I looked at in sex stores were either great for sensual massages but not so great for entering the body, and vice versa.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. If you're the kind of person who loves a long, luxurious massage at your partner's hand , then you likely have a go-to massage oil either in liquid or candle form. But is your massage oil edible? Is it tasty?