A massage oil that’s edible doesn’t taste like plastic, and is safe for sex is what many desire. However, most of the edible massage oils are either great for sensual massages but not so great for entering the body and vice versa.
Lubes are generally not an option for sensual oil massage as most lubes are too sticky for massages, and regular oils don’t allow for oral sex during or after the massage.
How do edible massage oil feel?
Massage relaxes the body by bringing awareness, circulation, and pain relief to different areas as it helps focus awareness on each body part. Not only is massage itself a solution for soothing sore muscles, but it is also a clutch for boosting intimacy, strengthening your relationship, and sparking some sexy time.
And because everyday stress and anxiety can be an unwelcome distraction during sex, allowing your partner to relieve tension during foreplay helps you feel comfortable and actually aroused.
To take your sensual oil massage even further, using massage oils- such as coconut, jojoba, or sweet almond oil- is recommended. These three popular massage oils are called “carrier oils” because they are unscented and work to lubricate the skin. Experts suggest adding various aromatherapy essential oils—like lavender, rosemary, and ginger—to your carrier oils, depending on the sensation desired.
Yes, there are some high-end massage oils that are completely edible and using them is a lot more fun than non-edible oils. Let’s look at six best edible massage oils
Six best edible massage oils
Sweet Almond Oil
Sweet almond oil gets absorbed quickly into the skin, so it won’t leave a residue when you’re ready to move on to sexual play. Quite obviously, one should avoid this oil if you or your partner is allergic to nuts. It also relieves pain, and you can mix aromatic oils in it for fragrance.
One of the oldest massage carrier oils, jojoba oil gives the body slick lubrication that will leave your skin glowing. Jojoba oil can also double as a hair oil to add shine and hydration; so you can ask your partner for a scalp massage, too.
Sesame lightweight Body Oil
This lightweight sesame oil quenches your skin as soon as it’s applied, be it post-shower as a moisturizer or post-work for a rubdown. The grassy, warm scent relieves tension and helps balance emotions, so you can feel nothing but good vibes.
Hemp Massage Oil
This oil is available in three delectable-sounding aromas—Strawberry and Champagne, Lychee Martini, and Decadent White Chocolate— and each oil has a base mixture of almond, soybean, grape seed, sesame, safflower, avocado, and hemp seed oils. If you believe the warmer the massage, the better, then great news: you can heat this oil in hot water before rubbing it on. Plus, it’s totally edible.
Mint Mojito Massage Oil
Mint Mojito massage oil warms up as it is used. It’s also intended for oral pleasure, so don’t hesitate to use it on your partner’s private parts. Also, it is cocktail flavored. Plus, this oil offers a spicy scent and is said to have sensual undertones.
Virgin Coconut Body Oil
The most used massage oil is coconut oil, and for good reasons. It’s hypoallergenic, unscented, and gives all kinds of soft and moisturizing sensation on the skin.
As an added bonus, coconut oil (in its purest form) can also be used as a lube. This oil relieves anxiety and eases pain, creating an even more soothing massage. It also offers a wonderful cooling sensation—great for sexual pleasure.
There are a number of sensual massage oils available currently that will boost up your sex life and are also edible – thus adding a whole another level to your enjoyment. You can add a myriad of fragrant oils to carrier oils (coconut, jojoba and sweet almond oil) according to the sensation you desire. Truly, there is no limit to your enjoyment as some of the oils can also be used as lube, making the transition from massage to sex even more seamless.