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Edible massage oils are popular with those wishing to incorporate touch into their intimate personal relationships. Since regular fragrance oils and many essential oils are not intended to be ingested, the use of products containing these ingredients, particularly during foreplay when the skin may be kissed or licked is not recommended. The following recipe includes the use of "lip-safe" flavor fragrances commonly used in lip balms or other products which may be ingested as well as a non-sticky sweetener as an alternative to glycerin or honey.
You Will Need:
5 ml Flavor Fragrance
Combine all ingredients in a PET Plastic Bottle and shake well to incorporate. Select a closure type which promotes ease of use such as a push disc cap, fine mist sprayer or a screw cap with an orifice reducer to prevent spills.
- Over The Counter (OTC Drug Claims): Personal Lubricants are regulated as OTC Drugs, not cosmetics. Therefore, you may not recreate and sell this product legally as a lubricant without following proper channels.
- Notes: Many Edible Massage Oils on the internet include the use of Vegetable Glycerin as a sweetener and warming agent. Studies have shown that those prone to vaginal yeast infections should avoid products containing glycerin as yeast feed on the sugars in glycerin and may exacerbate this issue.
- Disclaimer: This recipe is provided as a novelty for personal use and suggests the use of approved, lip-safe raw materials. Should you decide to use this recipe in a manner other than that indicated, you do so at your own risk. Exercise caution when using this product in the presence of water such as showers, bath tubs, whirpool or jacuzzi tubs as oil can render wet surfaces slippery.
Allison B. Konturwww.BathBodySupply.com