No, good ole hand sweat the best but any conditioner with aloe vera best for a glove. Akadema has a great conditioner with aloe vera and silicon to seal in moisture.
You shouldn't apply it too often because it might wreck your glove.
If you want to oil a new glove you should go to a sporting goods store and buy some glove oil or conditioner then you apply it the way it instructs then you can shape the glove after you do this it will help clean and restore the glove to feel like new but still broken in.
You oil the thumb put it in the microwave and shape it.
Sure, it seemed to help loosen up my glove but, now I can't get the olive oil out of my glove. I guess it will dry out over time but, I used too much and now my glove is holding the olive oil and I can;t get it out. In hindsight, there are better ways to break in a glove that presents less of a mess.
The two main things you must do is soften the leather and form the pocket. Most glove manufacturers have oils that can be used on the leather to help soften it. You might check the manufacturer's website to find out whether they sell these oils. If they don't, the leather can be also be softened by rubbing the glove with vaseline, saddle soap, or mink oil. To form the pocket, place a baseball in the pocket and tie the glove shut with string or shoestrings. Play a lot of catch when you first get the glove. This also helps to form the pocket.
Used with regular oil but not vegetable oil that often which actually mean yes.
You should apply glove oil on a first base glove. It works regardless of the type of glove.
a lot of mink oil or boot oil
Use some oil that you buy from a store it is usually called glove conditioner. Put it in the oven for it to work. After that toss a baseball a lot and tie the ball in the glove. dont [ut your glove in the oven the person who said to due that had absolutely know clue what they are talking about you can just put some oil or glove conditioner on it then wrap it with the ball in the pocket but i repeat DO NOT put your glove in the oven it wrecks it.
it's something for squeaky minks