Carnal Knowledge: Sweet treats for your sweetheart
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    Just to be clear, I’m not talking about a heart-shaped box of Russell Stover’s assorted chocolates – think more along the lines of body frosting and edible massage oils. There are hundreds of products available online and in sex shops that can make your Valentine’s Day so much sweeter. Here are just a few ideas to trigger your sweet tooth:

    Photo from the Early 2 Bed website.

    Edible Attire

    Early 2 Bed, located in Chicago, offers a variety of edible body treats, vegan treats and even edible underwear! Ladies, as a fun spin on foreplay wear candy bra and panties and make your partner eat them off. The leftovers will make for a satisfying post-session pick me up.

    Also try: candy cock rings, nipple tassels and gummy undies.

    Oral Delight
    How about some Good Head? It’s the name of a deliciously sweet liquid candy that claims to be the perfect complement to giving “good head.” At only $4 a bottle it makes a great inexpensive gift to give (and receive).

    Also try: flavored massage gel and warming massage oils

    Dipped in Chocolate
    One of the great things about manufactured body treats (as opposed to using that bottle of Hershey’s Syrup in the back of the fridge) is that many brands provide all natural or sugar-free variations. Super sweet products like chocolate are best used above the waist as some women can have sensitive reactions to excess sugars “down there” and may develop a yeast infection (which is not sexy).

    The Chocoholics brand of body frosting is made of simple ingredients and natural flavors, so you know exactly what you are putting on your body. They even make single serving “quickie packets” so you can have a tasty chocolate adventure anyplace the mood strikes you.
    Also try: body soufflé, body fondue and chocolate body sauce

    Whipped Cream Fantasy
    Do you know the scene in Varsity Blues when Ali Larter comes in the room “dressed” in a whipped cream bikini? Well in case you were thinking it might be fun, don’t try it.

    First, whipped cream melts so it doesn’t work and second, whipped cream and condoms just don’t mix. Dairy products have natural fats that can weaken the latex in condoms if used in conjunction.

    In general, be careful when experimenting with products that contain food oils (vegetable oil, sunflower seed oil, peanut oil, partially hydrogenated oil) or mineral oils and be sure to “clean up” thoroughly if you are planning to have protected intercourse directly after.
    For Lover’s Only Body Whipped Cream is body safe and dairy free for convenient storage.
    Also try: edible candles and foaming body candy

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