“Non-spermicidal” sounds promising, doesn’t it? Whilst lubricants that claim to be non-spermicidal are certainly gentler than spermicidal lubricants (but of course, it’s unlikely a lubricant will actually be labelled as spermicidal), they aren’t necessarily fertility-friendly. It’s important to use lubricants that are explicitly verified to be fertility-friendly.
“Natural” and “organic” also sound like good lubricants to use, right? These lubricants haven’t been certified as fertility lubricants so you can’t be sure this is sperm-friendly lube.
Coconut oil, olive oil and any oil you find in the cupboard are also best avoided. Household oils tend to contain toxic peroxides and inflammatory chemicals that only become more dangerous over time. Keep the kitchen oils in the kitchen and away from your sperm and eggs.