Most importantly, you shouldn't use olive oil as lube if you are using a latex condom to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Olive oil can cause the condom to break. Otherwise, you can try using olive oil as lube, but be warned — the oil can stain your sheets and clothing.
Simply so, what oil can be used as lubricant?
3. Natural Oils. According to sex therapist Brier Jirka, some vegetable and mineral oils like avocado, coconut, and olive oil can be used as personal lubricant. They can be great for clitoral stimulation and vulvar massage, or some quality alone time, but keep them far away from your condoms (it could make them break).
Is coconut oil ok to use as a lubricant?
Unfortunately, it's not perfect in the lube department. Because coconut oil is antibacterial and antifungal, there's a chance that it could disrupt your vagina's natural pH balance and cause a yeast infection if you're prone to them, Morse says. And, because it's an oil-based lube, it's not safe for use with condoms.
Can you use vegetable oil on door hinges?
Not everything works well as a lubricant. Don't use cooking oil on the hinges. It won't work and you'll have a squeaky door plus as sticky door. Wait until you can go the store to get WD-40, a silicone spray or Vaseline.