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  1. Baby oil or talc?

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    The Woodie [sign in to see picture]
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    lol

    Nat, help me out here, please.

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    The Woodie wrote:

    I appear to be the odd person.

    What does coconut oil do that makes it preferable?

    Nut oil on your nuts? What have I missed?

    You're making me giggle now.

    As far as I know and I've been using cocounut oil for ages - and my husband and child - coconut oil is good because contains some kind of enzim and antibacterial property that is very good for skin. My hubby and daughter used to have skin allergies and tried several medications and tablets, but noting seemed to work until they tried coconut oil. We use that even for cooking and we are still alive and healthy.

    When I go crazy with my magic wand and get a bit sore and itchy down there, coconut oil work s wonders in my lady bits, so I reckon that'd be ok with your boys nuts. If you don't like, at least you don't break the bank and you can always use as a moisturiser for your hands and feet.

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