We offer two options that may assist with cross contamination:
- For people with multiple partners:
- Use a spoon to remove the coconut oil. Our glass jars were specifically chosen for their easy access wide mouth opening.
- Once removed and in contact with the skin, it will melt quit quickly. The melting point is approximately 75 degrees Fahrenheit or 24 degrees Celcius.
- Simply leave your coconut oil in the bedroom… or…
- Buy the 32 oz size to refill into the 6 ounce size. Leave the 32 oz size in the kitchen or pantry and leave the 6 oz size in the bedroom. This should help prevent cross contamination for food and beauty uses.
Additionally, there is a lot of scientific evidence regarding the natural anti-viral, anti-fungal (yeast/Candida albicans) and anti-bacterial properties of coconut oil, which MAY help reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
Related articles on our website:
- Do Doctor’s Recommend Coconut Oil as a Personal Lube? (hint: the answer is yes)
- Is Coconut Oil Safe for Internal Adult Use?
- Coconut Oil as a Lubricant (sexual lube) – this article provides general information about coconut oil for adult use, as well as scientific evidence about the natural anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties of coconut oil.
Article source: Tawne Bachus of Dirty Organics. Originally published here on February 24, 2014.
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