Let’s face it, most of our Kenyan men and foreplay do not go hand in hand. Often are times they just hurl you onto the bed, take your panties off without so much as a kiss. Like, c’ mon! Our bodies are not like clockwork and you cannot just push a button that will make us ooze fluids.
This is where lubricants (lube) comes in when your man just won’t let you relax and let nature do its work. Most chemists and supermarkets stock a couple of water-based and oil-based lubes. But if you are wary about toxins and infections that can result from these manufactured types there are natural options that are readily available that can do the job just fine. Here are three you can safely use.
Let it be known that the word natural is very important here. Organic more so. extra virgin coconut oil or olive oil will lubricate you just fine and when rubbed on other body areas will add to the eroticism of the experience. They can be great for clitoral stimulation and vulvar massage. Keep them away from condoms because it can cause breakage. A good brand would be Kentaste coconut oil available in local supermarkets.
Yuck! I know right?! But a woman’s got to do what a woman’s got to do. Picture this, it’s the middle of the night and bae is just grabbing on you but alas! no stream betwixt thy thighs. What do you do but run to the kitchen and crack an egg!, It sounds ridiculous but it works, not only as lube but it can help in fertility because it has been used for years to help sperm swim to the ovaries swiftly. Yes, you’ll thank us later!
Aloe Vera gel
We all know that aloe vera cures a multitude of ailments but also works well as lube. According to pharmacologist Joe Graedon of The People’s Pharmacy. Aloe is already known to be gentle and neutral on all skin types, so it’s safe to use around your vagina. Make sure your aloe gel is 100 percent pure aloe vera and contains no sugars or artificial ingredients.