We Made A Pubic Oil. Here’s All The Best Ways to Use it.

We Made A Pubic Oil. Here’s All The Best Ways to Use it.
by Truly Beauty

Pampering your pubes is officially a thing! With or without pubes, your pubic area deserves a LOT more attention than what it's currently getting. Luckily for you, we've created a product designed especially for your bikini line and pubic hair. 

From softening coarse hair to alleviating razor burn and ingrown hairs, our pubic oil is here to soothe, soften, and hydrate your nether regions. 

Here's everything you need to know about our pube oil, who needs it, and other ways you can use it -- besides pampering your lady parts. 



Cooka Oil is a silky, lightweight antimicrobial oil designed especially for the pubic hair and bikini line to soothe irritation, combat razor bumps, and soften the skin. It provides grease-free hydration and improved skin tone and texture.

Whether you shave or embrace a full bush, everyone can benefit from daily use of Truly's Cooka Oil


What it Does

The purpose of this pubic beauty product is to nourish, hydrate, and soothe skin and hair around the bikini area. If you shave or wax, post hair removal care is essential for keeping the area clean, clear, and smooth. Since shaving is a form of exfoliation, it can leave skin dry and irritated, which is why following up with a nourishing oil can curb dry skin and redness. 

Our pubic hair oil is just as beneficial for ladies with fluff as it keeps the hair smooth, soft, and looking great. 


What's Inside?

Want to show your lady parts more love? Now you can thanks to this formula's range of high-performing skincare ingredients that deliver silky-to-the-touch results. Here's what makes up this magical formula...

Lavender: soothing and healing, it enables you to achieve a closer shave without irritation or ingrowns thanks to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Whether you've just shaved or undergone a Brazilian wax, lavender is here to heal.

Tea Tree Oil: kills off acne-causing bacteria, fungus, and irritation. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and anti-microbial properties, tea tree oil is excellent for combatting inflammation and prompting healthy hair growth.

Jojoba Oil: softens coarse body hair, relieves post-shave dryness, and soothes nicks and bumps. With its natural healing properties, jojoba oil is helpful in reducing post-shave razor burns and rashes. It works by soothing the hair follicles and skin surface for smoothed, relieved skin.

Primrose: acne-fighting, elasticity-restoring, and soothing, primrose oil locks in lasting moisture while enhancing skin texture and calming irritated, itchy skin. It's an excellent ingredient for clearing up post-shave or wax inflammation. 


Who Needs it?

Anyone who shaves, waxes, trims, or embraces a full bush. 

To keep your hair and skin in perfect condition, make pubic oil part of your daily beauty routine. In addition to your lotions and creams, find a place in your skincare cabinet for our Cooka Duo: Cooka Oil and Cooka Ingrown Concentrate. 

They're the perfect pair to soften pubic hair, alleviate ingrowns, and leave the skin supple, smooth, and tea tree scented. These guys can soothe even the most sensitive skin.


How to Use it 

Cooka Oil: Apply a thin layer of oil to clean hair and skin. 

Cooka Concentrate: Apply a thin layer of serum on areas prone to redness and ingrowns. 

If it's your first time using our formulas, you might want to test a small amount on your hands before slathering it all over your skin. If you experience any irritation when using these products, refrain from using until the irritation subsides.


Want to get your hands on our Cooka Oil + Concentrate? 

Get the Cooka Bundle here.



While our pube oil was designed for the pubic area, don't let that stop you from nourishing other areas of your bod with it. It works anywhere there's body hair! Here's what you can do with our Cooka Pubic Oil, besides coating your kitty with it.


#1: Body Hair Softener

Embracing your fur? Keep it in tip top shape with a generous helping of Cooka Oil. Apply it to the hair on your arms, your underarms, and your legs to keep things smooth and silky. 

#2: Post-Shave Soother

Every shaving routine must end with a slathering of lotion, serum, or body oil to delete dryness and keep moisture levels in check. Cooka Oil offers grease-free hydration and healing wherever you need it. Even if you do everything right like using shaving cream and shaving with the grain, it's still easy to succumb to post-shave dryness and irritation. Stop it in its tracks by layering on this skin serum.

#3: Split End Smoother

Soothe your split ends with a touch of Cooka Oil. It doesn't contain any parabens or phthalates, so it's perfectly safe and healthy to use on the hair on your head -- or anywhere else for that matter! You can also use this oil to tame flyaways and add a little gloss to your strands. 

#4: Eyebrow Tamer

When Emma Watson admitted to using Fur Oil on her brows, it got us thinking...what a fab idea! If you're looking for a nourishing alternative to your daily eyebrow gel, try using Cooka Oil to smooth and style your brows. In addition to setting them in place, this formula will also nourish and hydrate the hair follicles themselves for healthy brow growth.

#5: Redness-Reducer

Since it's formulated with ingredients known for reducing redness, Cooka Oil may also be able to help clear angry, red blemishes on the skin. It'll calm things down in no time! Simply dab a little onto the affected area, leave it to work its magic, and watch your breakout chill out in an hour or so.


Cooka Oil was made with your nether regions in mind -- because we believe your bikini line deserves more love!

What makes this oil even more fun is that its uses go beyond soothing and hydrating the skin and hair in your pubic area. It can also be used on your body hair, eyebrows, and as a split end smoother! Heck, you can even clear blemishes with the stuff!

Pubic oil, or more specifically Cooka Oil, deserves a place in your beauty fridge or cabinet.



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