Remember how in the TV series "Sex and the City" Samantha licked off her boyfriend whipped cream? Or when she turned her body into a sushi dish? Using food for sexual foreplay can be very exciting. But the main thing - do not forget about the precautions.
In principle, everything that is applied to the surface of the skin is virtually safe. This may be chocolate syrup, the same sushi. Be careful with allergen products (for example, red pepper).
But when it comes to the genitals, you need to be more careful here.
“We had a case when a girl entered the hospital with strong irritation of the vagina. And all this is due to the fact that her partner decided to cover her vagina with aerosol whipped cream, ”says Alisa Dweck, an obstetrician-gynecologist.
“I wouldn’t recommend to put any of the products over the top and especially inside the vagina. In the end, there may be something stuck or lost. Then you have to endure an awkward trip to the doctor. At a minimum, there may be irritation of the sensitive skin of the vagina, ”the doctor notes.
The only thing that physicians approve for female genitalia is coconut oil. It is not only a tasty and safe product, but also a good lubricant. However, this oil should not be used with a condom, as it may slip or tear.
Other oils, including children's, should not be used. They may even increase the risk of a yeast infection.
That is, virtually any of your favorite product can be used for foreplay, but only on top of the skin, and not in the area and inside the genitals (for this, it is better to take traditional sex toys).