Venus Love Oil 50ml
This loving libation is a gift of cosmic creation. Venus Love Lube is made with fruitful and flowerful botanicals from the fertile earth. Opulent oil expressed from the seeds of Pomegranate, Cranberry and Jojoba embrace delectable distillations of Rosewood, Ylang and Hemp Blossoms to bring gorgeous glide and scintillating slide to your love ride.
Directions: May be used as a moisturizing massage crème, non-latex lubricant, or love-lube to prepare lovers’ skin for the closest kind of encounter. For use every day or for long languid times of play. Patch test inside the elbow before applying to more sensitive skin.
Golden Jojoba - Simmondsia chinensisBrilliant, astounding, incomparable Jojoba! There may be no other single ingredient more beneficial to the skin than our pure, organic, vitamin E packed Jojoba. Remarkably similar to the body’s own sebum, it is thoroughly absorbed by the skin, allowing the delivery phytonutrients to your most precious tissues.This loving lipid protects the skin by helping it retain moisture and replenish elasticity.
Cranberry - Vaccinium MacrocarponCold-pressed Cranberry seed oil cares for complexions with its opulent essential fatty acids. Super nourishing for skin and scalp, it reduces the appearance of dry skin, improves elasticity, and its esteemed elevations of sumptuous phospholipids and phytosterols makes it an excellent choice as a lubricant and for after sun care. These sumptuous seeds express an oil that brims with a rare balance of omega 3, 6, and 9 essential fatty acids. It also contains tocopherols, tocotrienols, and carotenoid antioxidants including lutein and zeaxanthin.
Pomegranate - Punica granatumPraise-worthy Pomegranate oil is packed with beneficial nutrients and fatty acids that feel replenishing to facial skin. Pomegranate oil is a marked moisturizer, and when added to skin care blends, it smoothes, soothes, and evens skin tone for a radiant glow. Our oil is a super-critical extraction from the seeds of one of nature’s most fertile fruits. Pomegranate oil contains a plethora of plant properties, including plant sterols, pucinic acid, ellagic acid, tocopherols, and squalene that are smoothing to genital skin.
Ylang - Cananga odorataEuphoric Ylang is an amorous essence that's name translates to “Flower of Flowers.” While others sleep, these spellbinding blossoms exude their exotic fragrance across tropical breezes. Sweet and sultry ylang inspires the senses by dispelling negativity with its petals of perfumed positivity.
Hemp Blossoms - C. sativaDelicately distilled Hemp Blossoms lifts the spirits, serenely soothes, melts muscles and calms a worried mind – all without THC. It lulls tension into a hammock of happiness.
Rosewood - Aniba rosaeodoraRejuvenating Rosewood is an uplifting aroma distilled from the branches of the tropical evergreen. This beautiful wood essence with its rare rosy aroma is also known as Bois de Rose. The soft rosy hues of Rosewood come from a unique combination of its skin-loving monoterpene alcohols of linalool and geraniol (also naturally occurring in geranium and rose essential oils).Our Rosewood essence is really rich in natural linalool making it an optimal oil for soothing skincare preparations, perfect in perfumery, and excellent to elevate emotions. This gentle essence also has tonifying qualities that are a salve to stress, a nestler to nerves, and a relaxer of tension. Replenishing Rosewood is absolutely beneficial in skin serums and lubricants. Lauren K. Wolf, “Studies Raise Questions about Safety of Personal Lubricants,” Chemical and Engineering News 90, no. 50: 46–47. Ibid. L. Anderson, S. E. Lewis, and N. McClure, “The Effects of Coital Lubricants on Sperm Motility in Vitro,” Human Reproduction 13, no. 12 (December 1998): 3351–3356.
A Note on Synthetic Lubricants:
Excerpt from Renegade Beauty
Although tubes of water-based lubes sound safe for the skin, the main ingredient glycerin and the preservatives used are toxic. Glycerin is heavily processed and contains residual chemicals. Additionally, glycerin is a sugar, which contributes to the development of infections, as sugar feeds yeasts and bacteria.
Synthetic lubes are momentary petal-plumpers, offering only a very temporary lubrication with the consequence of long-term drought. Researchers have demonstrated that the ingredients of drugstore lubes dehydrate and disorganize cells.
Remember the high school chemistry class on osmosis: our cells seek a state of equilibrium. Synthetic ingredients throw our cells off kilter due to osmolarity; to maintain balance on both sides of the cell wall, the cell releases water to dilute the sugar, glycerin, and other synthetic substances outside of the cells. This dehydrates the cell and causes cellular and epithelial damage to the vagina.Charlene S. Dezzutti, a professor of obstetrics, gynaecology, and reproductive sciences, reported that these substances make the “cells shrivel up to the point that they look like little raisins under a microscope.” Cellular raisins! It does not seem sensual to use a love lube that actually produces parched cellular raisins in the yoni.
When these cells dry up, they die and exfoliate from the epithelium, weakening the yoni’s defenses and making it increasingly vulnerable to imbalances. A popular Jelly lubricant killed all three species of Lactobacilli on contact. Richard Cone, a biophysicist at Johns Hopkins University, has stated that “virtually all sex lubricants need to be reformulated.”
Furthermore, these cell-shriveling lubricants are known for their fertility failure. Researchers found that all commercial lubricants impaired the sperm’s overall motility.
Lauren K. Wolf, “Studies Raise Questions about Safety of Personal Lubricants,” Chemical and Engineering News 90, no. 50: 46–47.
L. Anderson, S. E. Lewis, and N. McClure, “The Effects of Coital Lubricants on Sperm Motility in Vitro,” Human Reproduction 13, no. 12 (December 1998): 3351–3356.
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