Nature has so much to offer, so why include harmful toxins and chemicals in the food you eat, the cosmetics you apply, or the personal lubricant you use?
Hot peppers like chilies have also been celebrated as aphrodisiacs, and the reason for that may be fairly obvious to anyone with a penchant for heavily spiced dishes.
Those following the vegan or vegetarian lifestyle may already have a lot of exposure to information on good organics, but healthy, organic foods are just as important for omnivores as well.
Treat yourself with rich dark chocolate and your favorite organic lubricant for a great, natural way to set the mood.
Given that vaginal dryness affects approximately 50 percent of post-menopausal women, it’s clear that more must be done to educate women about personal lubricants, medication and other treatments that can help.
We’ve already mentioned oxytocin a few times on this blog, thanks to its ability to lift your spirits, boost your immune system and even help handle stress.
Ample research has shown that regular physical intimacy can make you feel good in myriad ways thanks to its anti-aging chemical properties.
The chemical processes that a bit of early morning intimacy spurs can impact everything from mood to skin complexion.
Given the intimate nature of personal lubricants, it’s no surprise that this field is also coming under closer scrutiny among consumers. In a bid to promote awareness about the toxins many women may unknowingly expose themselves to, Care2 published a list of some common chemicals used in sexual lubricants.