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  • Yes Coco - Plant-Oil Personal Lubricant

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    Coconut oil has long been known for it's anti-inflamatory properties and gentle lubrication, especially for those suffering vaginal dryness symptoms.  

    YES® COCO contains organic coconut oil blended with jojoba oil for our most smooth & nourishing lubricant yet! Ideal for intimate moments and soothing relief from vaginal dryness symptoms.

    • Nourishing coconut oil - natural plant-based alternative to silicon
    • Relieves vaginal dryness - richly soothing for dry vulva and vaginal tissues
    • Perfect for longer love-making - longer lasting glide using natural plant-oils
    • Respects intimate health - ingredients won't disrupt the natural balance of your vagina
    • Specifically formulated coconut oil lubricant for intimate tissue
    • Long-lasting natural formula, compatible with silicone toys and water-play
    • Natural plant oils create a protective emollient layer for sore, dry tissue while providing soothing relief
    • MTick approved - perfect for relieving vaginal dryness associated with Perimenopause and Menopause.
    • Gynaecologist recommended - widely recommended by gynaecologists and sexual health professionals.

    Note - this is a replacement to the older Oil-Based Applicators. These applicators are oil-based (the Yes VM is Water-Based); so they're best for using with toys, in the water, for extra lubrication, or for being longer lasting. Can use on its own or along with any of the other Yes products. An excellent healthy & clean alternative to traditional silicon lubricants.


      • Hold the applicator at the wide end and shake the contents down to the narrow end before insertion.
      • Twist off the top.
      • To apply, insert the narrow end of the applicator only into the vagina. You can lie down, stand or sit to insert the applicator – whichever position is most comfortable.
      • Once inserted, squeeze the wide end of the applicator several times to release the product high into the vagina.
      • When emptied, continue to squeeze the end of the applicator to withdraw it safely. Do not reuse – Risk of Contamination.
      • Please dispose of the applicator tube and top by recycling where possible


      Use fingers to apply product from a tube to the desired area

      Certified organic by the Soil Association; Vegetarian Society Approved

      - No fragrances, colour, taste or residue
      - No Glycerine, or Glycols
      - No Oestrogen or other hormones
      - No Parabens
      -Formulated to minimise the risk of allergies


      Sunflower seed oil*, Coconut oil*Jojoba seed oil*, Hydrogenated palm oil**, hydrogenated rapeseed oil*, Grape seed oil*, Vitamin E *Certified organic ingredients

      **Sustainably sourced organic

      Lilou Notes:

      If you're confused about which Yes to buy - read the product description carefully. Or here's a super quick summary:

      • Water Based - for women (this is the original vaginal moisturizer)
      • VM - for women (this is an 'extra strength' version of the water based)
      • Yes Oil - for men and/or women - more of a texture of traditional lube (vs being a vaginal moisturizer); it is more 'slippery'.

      These are SUPER popular products - enjoy!! :)


      More Info:

      Trying to choose between the water-based or oil-based? 

      The water-based Yes is both a vaginal moisturizer and a lube - very popular among woman, especially menopausal or pregnant woman or anyone who needs a bit of 'moisture'; it's great for sex too but doesn't have the super long-lasting glide factor that the oil does.... it's the most 'realistic' feeling one though and the one that is best if you're looking for natural moisture. The water-based is condom compatible.

      The oil-based is often preferred by men and is great for self pleasure or sex. It lasts a long time, and since it's oil-based, it does feel like a lube rather than feeling more like a natural moisturizer. The oil-based is not condom compatible.

      Both are truly amazing - people always come back for more once they've tried them (please remember - don't use mainstream lubes if you don't want toxic chemicals in those important areas of yourself!!) if you're not sure, buy a small one of each and have fun figuring out which you prefer! You may like each on different occasions or you can absolutely use the two together as well. Hope that helps!