Sexy Wellness Personal Salve

June 16, 2014 101 Comments

Sexy Wellness Personal Salve

 

Honestly, how to be delicate about the subject of personal lubricants had me concerned when I considered sharing this idea with you but then I researched the ingredients in store bought brands. Holy KY!  I instantly knew it was time to forget about the comfort zone and share a sexy healthy, body friendly alternative that you can make yourself.  

Oh hey!  This jar of silky, nutrient packed salve just might rock your world on several levels so don't click off yet! Right off the bat, let's talk about what you're using now because many of you are using something!  The need for a little help is universal, dryness is a fact of life and common. Sometimes age matters but not always. Women of any age taking oral contraceptives, anti-depressants or other prescription medications can experience aggravated dryness, even breastfeeding moms and, you can bet your first born that menopause is a buzz kill.  

If you're counting on commercially made lubricants for help, you might want to think twice about your decision, here's what I learned.

1.  Popular brands can kill good vaginal flora lowering immunity and possibly bacterial infection {article by Lauren K. Wolf} “…hyperosmolar lubricants and spermicidal gels killed microbes commonly found in the vagina. For example, K-Y Jelly killed all three species of Lactobacillus it was applied to. Dezzutti says the bacterial kill off is likely caused by the ingredient chlorhexidine, an antibacterial agent. Unbalancing the natural flora in the vagina is another possible strike against personal lubricants, she adds, because it might lead to infections such as bacterial vaginosis.”

2.  Glycerine in most lubricants gets processed by the body like a sugar, feeding yeast. Candida is already present in the vagina, although in a short amount, which can result in yeast infections and in a disruption of the vaginal ecosystem.

3. Water-based lubricants with glycerin (as in K-Y Jelly) and propylene glycol, both of which are highly hyperosmotic result in irreversible damage to sperm and a loss in motility.

4. Lubricants can alter the pH of the vagina, creating an inhospitable environment to sperm.

5.  Parabens are used as a preservative to increase shelf-life. Parabens are proven hormone disruptors and lead to decreased sperm count in men, linked to cancer and can pose risks to fetal development. 

Do you get the picture? No time to be shy so let's move on to a better choice...  

Many of you know that my salves are made with the purest ingredients I can find: unrefined virgin coconut oil, pure essential oils, organic olive oil and beeswax including GMO free, food grade vitamin e.  It's important that any healing salve is as nutrient-packed as possible for best efficacy because...your salve is only as good as your ingredients.

Solid organic coconut oil is a natural moisturizer, it’s antibacterial and with all those healthy fats, so good for your skin.  It’s also the only source of lauric acid outside of mother’s milk. Organic Olive oil has antioxidants including hydroxytyrosol with anti-inflammatory properties. Organic beeswax has non-allergenic properties that can make it a useful skin protection from various airborne allergies. It can also help slow down the dispersal of medications into the body. According to North Carolina State University, it is a good electric insulator. Beeswax also provides slight anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities which can benefit the body. Now, do you understand why I'm excited about sharing Sexy Wellness Salve?  

I think it's the best kind of lubricant you can use for a delicate area in the place of debilitating and unregulated commercial lubricants. Another plus!  Are you prone to yeast infections?  If so, look to your diet first of all then deal with the infection as naturally as possible to preserve the good flora. One my favorite remedies for yeast infections is a combination of pure CW Melaleuca and CW Lavender with coconut oil topically.  Guess what?  Sexy Wellness Salve has all of that PLUS CW Frankincense and does more than just make sex comfortable again! This is a pure, personal lubricant that may prevent a yeast infection after use and heal with its clean anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, tissue restorative properties. Because you're dying to know...  Yes, it smells great! Give that tube in your nightstand some serious thought because it's basically glorified $1 hand sanitizer with some nasty properties. Replace it with something you have control over and trust to be good for your body.

Sexy Wellness Personal Salve
Author: Camp Wander
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup unrefined, virgin coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup organic olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon organic beeswax pastilles
  • 1/2 teaspoon food grade vitamin e oil - vitamin e oil acts as a preservative and silkens 
  • FOUR - 2 oz glass jars
  • PER 2 oz glass jar
  • 6 drops pure Lavender
  • 4 drops pure Melaleuca
  • 3 drops pure Frankincense
Instructions
  1. For convenience and easy pouring, use a glass Pyrex measuring bowl with a spout and handle for melting coconut and olive oils, set it inside a deep saucepan with 3 inches hot water. On low heat, slowly heat the coconut oil, olive oil and beeswax. Melt slowly, be careful not to let any water splash into the oils, this could cause mold issues. Stir occasionally to keep the beeswax melting in.
  2. When the coconut oil, olive oil and beeswax have melted completely, add vitamin e oil and stir gently.
  3. Prepare jars by adding lavender, melaleuca, and frankincense essential oils to the bottom of each clean glass jar. Pour melted oils over the essential oils, no need to stir but you can if you must!
  4. Fill 1/4 inch from the top of each jar, cover with a paper towel and let sit at least 6 hours until solid. Seal snugly with lid.
  5. Shelf life of Sexy Wellness Salve is approximately one year properly stored.
  6. Remember, coconut oil will melt at 76 degrees, store in a dark, cool place for best results.

I'm not sure how to close this post, other than asking you for a favor.  Please talk about this, share this information with your friends and family, everyone should be aware that there are healthier alternatives out there using simple and pure ingredients.

I'm pleased to offer CW Sexy Wellness Salve with ROSE to those of you who don't have the time or the motivation to make your own!  Rest assured my salves are made with only the purest ingredients including organic, hand processed coconut, organic oil olive, beeswax, non-GMO vitamin e and the purest essential oils that my family and myself use every day.  I like to say that my salves are so pure they're edible because they are!

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100 Responses

dian
dian

June 19, 2017

Hi Rebecca,
I’ve been following you for a long time..Thank you for all the great info. This recipe sounds almost like the Healing Salve one, which I love…

Sara
Sara

May 10, 2017

This sounds good. I’ve been using straight organic coconut oil for a while now.

Maragaretha
Maragaretha

May 10, 2017

Wow what a subject I am definately going to try this, I have been following your wbsite for a couple of months and really enjoy reading the articles that you write. I have made a few of your remedies and they are really terrific and really work/.

Sandra Reade
Sandra Reade

May 10, 2017

Hi there,
Sounds like a great recipe to me.
Just wondering what other uses you would recommend for this particular recipe and oils mentioned?
Sandra NZ

Dee dee
Dee dee

May 10, 2017

Well color me happy! I’m excited to try it.
How are you selling this new sexy wellness salve, can it be purchased separately? Also since were on the subject. I’m going to put it out there and ask. What do you think about oils that might be helpful for a woman’s arousal.
The reason I’m asking is, I was just reading an articial yesterday, that they have now made an oil with marjuana for woman to use vaginaly.
The articial said it would be an amazing experience for woman orgasmicly.
I personally will not ever use that marjuana oil.
Now this leads me to thinking and wondering if there are EO that will not get you high like the marjuana oil. That might have the same kind of effect for us woman that’s much safer to use.
I’m sorry if my question is offensive to you….I hope not but I figured I would ask.
Thank you for all of your knowledge and insite of essential oils and all of there many uses.

LISA
LISA

May 10, 2017

God bless you!!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Gloria, you’ve come a long way baby! I’m so impressed how you’ve learned and taught yourself aside from CW posts AND your tenacity with unbelievers – example is everything :)

Gloria
Gloria

May 10, 2017

Rebecca, Thank you for addressing this delicate subject that I’m sure sooo many women think about but embarrassed to ask. I was wondering if a woman could use oils (other than EOs) ‘down there’ since I have heard that you should never use Vasaline there (of course, Vasaline is an entirely different animal that should be avoided).
I have used my healing salve along with these 3 EOs (my go to healing EO mixture I keep on the ready) to help combat the itching or irritation from the dreaded yeast infection. Glad to know I was doing the right thing. I have learned so much from you, my friend.

Gloria
Gloria

May 10, 2017

Dee Dee, Thank you for asking that delicate question that so many women would love to know, but embarrassed to ask.

Michelle
Michelle

May 10, 2017

Question?
This salve calls for “food Grade Vitamin E oil” I have made serveal of your salves… But have used Vitamin E Oil I picked up in the vitamin section of my local super market… Is their a difference??

Thanks!

Gwyn
Gwyn

May 10, 2017

I have question not specific to this salve but salves. I know you always say add EO to containers and then pour in the salve, no need to stir. It doesn’t seem like pouring the warm “naked” ingredients creates enough action to mix everything evenly though and I keep wondering how or why the EO’s mix into the carrier mix in all size containers. I probably didn’t word that well but I’m sure you get the question.Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Oh for heaven’s sake, I’m pretty hard to offend lol but thanks for worrying about me ;) EOs that may lend themselves to increased libido are: Ylang Ylang, Clary Sage, Rose and Sandalwood to name a few. Ylang Ylang is very strong, just a little at pulse points everyday…a tiny bit of Wild Orange can be added if it’s just too strong. I have a friend that uses Clary Sage the same way, it’s personal preference and requires a little experimentation…which could be fun :) My favorite is Rose, it speaks to my sense and I use it in salve, serum and magnesium oil.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Sandra, this blend can also be an all purpose healing salve for burns, bites, scratches, rashes, diaper rash, eczema etc!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Thanks so much!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Gwyn, I’ve made loads of salve and feel very confident that the EOs are blended well when pouring in the melted oils on top. The heat of the melted coconut and olive oils actually thin the essential oils making them even more conducive to blending. However, many people like the assurance of stirring and that’s perfectly acceptable!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Michelle, good question! I’ve used the grocery store variety too for external use however, this is a different ballgame as a salve for this use can come in contact with moist tissue. Food grade vitamin e with a non GMO standard is my recommendation. Your salve is as pure as the ingredients you choose!

Christine
Christine

May 10, 2017

Thank you.

I have a request. Please include a link for the vitamin e oil. There are several kinds & I’m not sure which to purchase.

Also what size glass Pyrex measuring bowl did you use?

I cannot wait to get my ingredients & try this. It will be my first experiment.

I look forward to testing the results.

Again Thank You!!!

Gail Storment
Gail Storment

May 10, 2017

This is great news and comes to us at a time so many of us grannies are big into menopause and these delicate issues. It is difficult to discuss sometimes. Talk about this to the hub and you get the glass eye stare of “I have no clue what you are talking about”. This discussion lets us know we need to share our concerns and victories with each other. It is not an offensive subject, it is vital and necessary good health news and sharing is important.
Success stores please!

Liz
Liz

May 10, 2017

This sounds like an interesting alternative but something you haven’t mentioned is whether or not it’s safe to use with condoms? I know petroleum based lubricants like mineral oil and vaseline (yuck) can weaken condoms and make them more likely to break. Any advice here?

Gloria
Gloria

May 10, 2017

You KNOW I TRY! LOL It’s baby steps with my kids. I broke the barrier with the healing salve for diaper rash. My DIL has even shared it with her friend & asked me for more. OMG I gave a jar to my daughter in case the twins got a diaper rash at some point – always just offering – not being pushy.
Last week I left the SN essential 4 pack & some FCO with my daughter. Earlier she had a high fever due to mastitis (clogged milk duck) & I was wishing she had lavender (live too far to run it over to her). I offered her my healing stick to use on her cold sore but she smelled it & politely said no thank you. LOL I respect that since melaleuca can smell offensive to some. I accept it b/c it does so much good for me.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I might! I’ll maybe do a quick offer and test the response!

Carol Robbins
Carol Robbins

May 10, 2017

Any possibility you’ll be packaging and selling this product?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I order my GMO free, food grade vitamin e from Mountain Rose Herbs and the pyrex dish is 4 cup measurement with a handle and pour spout :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

This is an issue you’ll need to research and decide for yourself. There are conflicting opinions on these concerns depending on what type of latex a condom is made of. If in doubt, don’t use the salve when a condom will be in use or, if it were me…I’d be opening a condom and doing my own experiment of covering with salve and checking for breakdown. Often, we’re given the wrong information for the manufacturers benefit!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Haha!!! You go girlfriend :)

Gail Storment
Gail Storment

May 10, 2017

Just finished making my Wellness Personal Salve. The hub came in the kitchen nosing around and asked what I was making. I just told him some “girl salve” and he went back to his ballgame. SURPRISE HUB!!

Connie Boyd
Connie Boyd

May 10, 2017

I would love to buy a sample from you if you decide to sell… then I will know if I should make it myself. Please keep us posted!!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I think this would be awesome for post birth healing!

Carolyn
Carolyn

May 10, 2017

I’ve used straight coconut oil or pure aloe vera gel which I’ve read is safe for use with condoms if you’re worried about oil breaking them down. So far my experience with both has been good and they’re super easy since they require no prep work, but I’ll definitely keep this recipe in mind if I need something with more healing properties for a yeast infection or something. Would it be good for healing after a vaginal birth or should some of the oils not be used while breast feeding?

Kimey
Kimey

May 10, 2017

Could Ylang Ylang be used in this salve? What about peppermint for the tingle factor so many of the store bought products offer? Peppermint oil is often listed as an ingredient on the “warming” lubricant bottles.

Susan
Susan

May 10, 2017

I make a very similar salve. The only difference is that instead of olive oil I use almond oil, and I don’t add Melaleuca. I use it as an all purpose salve for dry skin and aromatherapy. I will have to try this recipe though! Thanks!

Elizabeth swanson
Elizabeth swanson

May 10, 2017

I’m 65 years old my husband and i have just given up on sex we have always had a healthy sex life but with age will you may know what I’m saying i have pain with intercourse I’m going to try making this I’ve been to Dr and they always say KY thank you

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

So welcome!

Sammy
Sammy

May 10, 2017

THANK YOU so much for this post! This is an issue we (my wonderful husband and I) have been struggling with for the past 3 years.

After my hysterectomy 3 years ago at age 41, our sex life just died. I have tried every single kind of product on the market, and every single one (even the ones that say they are ‘all natural’) cause a burning sensation that is unbearable. I asked about just using olive oil, but my OB GYN couldn’t even give me a straight answer if that was safe or not. :-(

I am making this TODAY. Our marriage is wonderful, but this area really needs some improvement.

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Ahhh! I can’t recommend an essential oil that’s been diluted for an internal use such as this Kim, so sorry!

Kim
Kim

May 10, 2017

Thanks. One more question: I don’t yet have SN Melalueca, I have Trader Joe’s brand. That would still be ok to use right? Just want to be sure since it would be used in a "delicate"area.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Oh yes!

Kim
Kim

May 10, 2017

Hello Rebecca,

I would like to try making some salves and I am ordering some of the EO’s as I type. I also belong to the Oil of the Month club. Love it. So I want to make the naked salve and make different versions, so would the food grade vitamin e work as well in the naked salve?

Kim

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Peppermint can be added but in very small doses until you find what works for you!

HildeI
HildeI

May 10, 2017

If you decide to sell the salve already made up please contact me. I would like to order some

Deb
Deb

May 10, 2017

This sounds very interesting! Let me know if you choose to sell any samples. I will start looking for my other ingredients in the mean time! I have the EO’s but not all of the other ingredients! Thanks for sharing all your knowledge and recipes for everyone!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Thanks for your feedback Mary, enjoy! yeehaw!!

Mary
Mary

May 10, 2017

I have to say I’ve been following your your blog for a while now.. All of my friends ask me to make your salves!! My husband became a believer a few months ago when I told him try the sinus buster it works!! He got the “ah ha” moment.. So I made this salve and told him about it and he couldn’t wait to try it… Well neither of us could!! Lol… What a difference!! And he said “wow I really like the feel of this, and I like the fact it’s not messy”. Thank you for giving us new recipes and a place to go when were unsure and need answers to are questions.

Kim
Kim

May 10, 2017

I understand. Thanks…..

Eva
Eva

May 10, 2017

Thank you for the recipe. I know Unrefined Coconut Oil works well by itself. I am going to make this!!

Missy
Missy

May 10, 2017

Instead of using four 2 oz. glass jars, would it be ok to use two 4 oz. jars or just one 8 oz. jar?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Fran, you can omit the Frankincense if you like!

Fran BK
Fran BK

May 10, 2017

Can you recommend a substitute for the frankincense?? Just not a fan of the scent and can’t imagine using it for THIS purpose… Thanks, in advance.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I use Mountain Rose Herbs vitamin e oil :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Sure!

Jeanette
Jeanette

May 10, 2017

What brand do you use? I’m having trouble finding a good vitamin e oil.

Christine
Christine

May 10, 2017

Thank you. This was my first attempt at making a salve. It was a great success. A very useful first project. :-)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Yes, you can omit the olive oil and substitute Rose – pure EOs only though :)

Betty
Betty

May 10, 2017

Thank you for your EO blog. Just made the oil pull recipe and I really like it. I do have a few questions about the personal salve. Currently, I use plain coconut oil as my “personal salve”. Works great, but scent is not “pretty”. I am getting ready to try the personal salve recipe and I would like to know if I can just use 1 cup coconut oil instead of adding the olive oil. Can other scents be substituted for the lavender (like rose EO)? I understand some of the reasons for including the original ingredients, but was wondering if it is safe to use other EO scents.

Barbara
Barbara

May 10, 2017

Didn’t have time to read all the comments so if you answered this already by someone else sorry to answer this again. I use Jason Vitamin E Oil I got from the Vitamin shop here in town for that extra uhmm is that ok I’m going to try this recipe but am a bite busy for the next couple weeks don’t know when I would get to making the recipe.

Thanks
Barb

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You could add pure bergamot to the salve for topical application.

Jennifer
Jennifer

May 10, 2017

Can you add Bergamont to this? Also should you insert this like you would the over the counter vaginal lubricants?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Hi Miranda, welcome! I’m very pro pure even when it comes to vitamin e oil. There are a lot of fakes out there, completely synthetic. I found natural, non gmo vitamin e oil from Mountain Rose Herbs, it’s the best I’ve found! It’s important to remember your salves are only as pure as your ingredients, all of them :)

Miranda
Miranda

May 10, 2017

Hi Rebecca! I’m extremely new to EO’s but have quickly fallen head over heels in love! I’ve been reading your posts & recipes like crazy & can’t wait to begin making new products with the oils. However, I am at a loss on purchasing vitamin e oil. Does it need to be a specific brand or kind? Should it be ordered online or can it be found in a grocery or pharmacy store? Any help in the right direction would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!!

Anna
Anna

May 10, 2017

Thanks for asking….I was going to post the same question but decided to read through the comments first!

Marcie
Marcie

May 10, 2017

What can be used instead of lavendar? I read that it is not good after ovulation and I am actively trying to get pregnant. Thank you!

Jennifer
Jennifer

May 10, 2017

Thank you.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I’ve ordered labels, coming to the CW store soon!

Carol Robbins
Carol Robbins

May 10, 2017

Please do!! I would be surprised if it didn’t sell very well! If there is any possibility of contacting me when and If you do, that would be great too – or just advertise it on FB :-)

Mary
Mary

May 10, 2017

Wondering if you made this salve and if it helped? I have the same issue….very painful….I think I am lubricated enough, but it is still painful. Have used coconut oil, aloe vera and EVO, some relief, but nothing has touched the pain completely. I’m hoping that by adding the EO’s there will finally be help.

Where can I purchase the beeswax pastilles?

Thank you for your help!

Aimee S
Aimee S

May 10, 2017

OK….Best stuff ever! My lady parts thank you :-)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You can always omit the Lavender if you’re concerned Marcie, the lubrication effect will be the same either way.

Christina
Christina

May 10, 2017

This has been tested and approved!!! We were using a silicone based lubricant because the water based lubricants didn’t last long and they burned :( The sexy wellness salve is incredible! It has a very natural feel, it is long lasting, and does not burn. I love it & my husband loves it. I’m not quite ready to share this on my facebook page – but I will be gifting a few homemade items, including this, for a few friends this Christmas. Thank You so much for not being too shy to share this recipe.

Deanna
Deanna

May 10, 2017

Thank you for Camp Wander. I have been following you for a short while and love it. I have just made my second jar of Sexy Wellness Salve and one for a friend. My body thanks you. It stays around for awhile without a mess. Thank you :-)

Christina
Christina

May 10, 2017

I just made this, it is cooling right now!! I have not “tried” it out yet but I sampled some on the backs of my hands and it feels amazing! Thank you for sharing this natural healthy recipe :)

Julia
Julia

May 10, 2017

Mary, I also have very painful sex due to what seems like extreme dryness. Two things that I’ve found that help, one is using an internal applicator for lube (a plunger tube like a cross between a tampon applicator and a syringe) and this lube would probably work if you warmed it up to make it more liquid, or possibly aloe Vera gel. I discovered this while trying to conceive and using sperm friendly pre seed lube that came with plastic applicators. Most recently I have actually been diagnosed with vulvadynia and vestibulitis. Not any sort of infection,like it sounds, but a problem with the nerves down there that causes pain during sex or any type of touch. There are treatment so if you think this sounds like you please ask your gyn about it. Just wanted to share!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

:)

Christine
Christine

May 10, 2017

Great! I’m a fan! Made my second batch recently. Just what we needed.

Lisa
Lisa

May 10, 2017

I was wondering if Ylang Ylang could be added to the salve as well?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Gloria, thanks! And, thank you for sharing with your friends too :) I would add 3 drops Rose per 2 oz jar.

Gloria
Gloria

May 10, 2017

I have made this salve and LOVE it, as does my husband. I have shared it with at least 2 other friends & it was a big hit. It is so silky smooth. I would like to add Rose to my next batch. How many drops would you recommend per jar? Thank you for sharing you knowledge and experience with all of us.

Vicki Bucy
Vicki Bucy

May 10, 2017

That’s funny Gail. Whenever my husband asks me what my friend and I are whispering about I tell him “vaginal dryness.” That cures his interest very quickly. As for me, I am happy to hear about this and will give it a try. It’s great to have an alternative that might actually keep us comfortable.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Yes, just put your jar in a warm oven it will liquify in 10 min or so and it will be easy to pour out.

Salve can take a try or two to get it how you like it, and it’s very forgiving :)

Btdm29
Btdm29

May 10, 2017

Hi!
I made this yesterday. I wanted to do half as a start, and forget when I put in the beeswax (double amount). Now it’s a bit too firm. Is it safe to re-melt with having the EOs already added?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You can omit the Melaleuca if you like or replace with Geranium perhaps. Thank you Lidzia!

Lidzia
Lidzia

May 10, 2017

Hello from sunny South Africa….please could you advise which oils I can replace Melaleuca with and in what quantity ? Although I have read the entire QA section, I am now confused which oils can be used in the salve and in what quantities ? and are the additional oils or replacement oils ?

Love the site – have increased my knowledge in leaps and bounds …. thank you

Kitti
Kitti

May 10, 2017

Hello! I have apricot kernal, rosehip, almond, jojoba, and hemp seed oil.
Can any of them be a sub for the olive oil?
I just found your blog today, and I’m loving it!!

Traci
Traci

May 10, 2017

oh my gosh…I"m gonna have to get some to try. I have the worst dryness ever…. I think I have also shrunk…lol seriously though…I think I have…is that even possible? Anyways, I have small tears down there and I hurt so bad…..i have to give this a try. I am hoping it helps them heal also. Unless there is something else that will help the healing process before I try having sex again…it’s just WAY too painful. Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Lynda, just give the Fresh Foaming Cleanse a little shake before using :)

Lynda Farabee
Lynda Farabee

May 10, 2017

You posted a recipe for Sexy Wellness FRESH cleanse some time ago. I mixed up the ingredients but could never get the oil and other liquids to mix well. Is there an order to the adding of ingredients. Really did like the recipe but wasn’t sure I made it correctly.

Vicki Bucy
Vicki Bucy

May 10, 2017

Rebecca, since this salve has a “shelf life” do you think you could put it into the freezer to keep it, like make small jars and freeze the ones you are not using?

Thanks so much. I love your blog and read every one. I hope this personal salve will be a godsend for my menopausal lady parts.

Kat
Kat

May 10, 2017

Rebecca,

I realize this is an old post and not sure if you’re still responding. 3 weeks ago I started Tamoxifen and after getting over a terrible yeast infection, I am now dealing with dryness. I was wondering if this could be done with fractionated coconut oil and omitting the bees wax. I was imagining something in a bottle with an eye dropper.

Thoughts?
Thanks!

b
b

May 10, 2017

thanks for this post…cannot wait to make. I used another formula that was coconut oil and peppermint. Hubby loves it. I am certainly going to try this too.

Donna
Donna

May 10, 2017

What would you recommend for yeast infections?

Kitti
Kitti

May 10, 2017

A couple of them are organic from MRH. Thanks!!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Kitti, I would think those substitutions would be fine however, make sure they’re organic…you want as pure as you can find!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Not in my experience! :)

Stephanie
Stephanie

May 10, 2017

Very interested in trying this out! Wondering if the oils will stain sheets?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

The essential oils take care of the anti-microbial, vitamin e slows the oxidation. In my mind, the two create a powerful preservative but you’re correct, technically vitamin e itself is not a stand alone preservative. Thank you :)

Michelle
Michelle

May 10, 2017

Vitamin E is not a preservative. It’s an anti-oxidant which will help keep the oils from going rancid. Preservatives are antimicrobial/antibacterial/anti-fungal. Big difference. Thankyou.

debora cadene
debora cadene

May 10, 2017

Hi Rebecca…if I was to make this with the rose, how many drops per 2 oz jar? And if you don’t mind me asking…what will the rose add to this jar of “sexy”??

thanks bunches!!
Debbie.

Astrid Timmerhuis
Astrid Timmerhuis

May 10, 2017

thanks Rebecca for your prompt reaction, much appreciated!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Hi Astrid, that should be a good option. Best to you and dear one :)

Astrid Timmerhuis
Astrid Timmerhuis

May 10, 2017

Sounds fabulous, I want to make this salve as a gift to my dear friend who was operated last year for vulvar carcinoma and lost her right half. She already suffered dryness as a post-menopausal woman so I think this will really help her.
Living in The Netherlands I cannot order your salve (won’t come to USA until next year) but I have all the ingredients, except rose EO. Can I replace that by geranium rose?
Thank you so much!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Yes and Yes :)

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