Lickable body glaze - edible gel by Body Candy - review by - Kira -

Edible gel by Body Candy

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Better on Ice Cream

If you already know you like chocolate sensual products, Body Candy's Lickable Body Glaze may be a great addition. It tastes just like Hershey's and the application is very efficient. It doesn't feel as tacky as some products do, but it still does feel tacky. It required a lot of sucking to remove the product completely. If you're sensitive to texture, this is probably a pass.
Less sticky than similar products, Easy to apply, Tastes great
Does leave tacky residue, Can make a mess, Takes a lot of time to remove from body
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Body Candy is a company that makes edible good for sexual use. The Lickable Body Glaze is a chocolate syrup product that can be applied to your lover's body to add sweetness to foreplay. It is then licked or sucked from the body. It can be applied just about anywhere with the exception of the genital area. Corn syrup is the main ingredient to this glaze which may cause yeast infections.

The glaze is best for couples, as it's not something you could really use by yourself (unless you plan on cooking with it). Any couple could use this as a sexual enhancer if edible products are something you enjoy.

As with all products, you should check the ingredients for possible allergies or sensitivities.

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

This product is called a glaze, but it's really more of a syrup. It's thick enough that if you place it on a horizontal surface it won't run around. As soon as you tilt the surface, the glaze starts to run a bit. It's not overly watery to the point that it drips quickly down the body, but it certainly does move around. It's thin like a syrup, not thick like I would think of a "glaze" as. Here you can see it on my hand both in place and then once it starts to run a bit:

Since it's like a syrup in consistency, the product comes out of the squeeze bottle easily. You don't need to squeeze very hard to get product out. It also doesn't squirt out too quickly and apply too much of the glaze.

If you've ever put chocolate syrup on your fingers and licked it off, you have an idea of what this feels like on the body. When it's first applied it just feels slightly sticky. Once it's licked off it starts to get tacky. It tends to stick to the fingers and generally create mess if it touches something. It's not as sticky as some edible chocolate products I've tried in the past, but it does leave a residue behind even once it's been licked or sucked off.

Taste / Aroma

I'm almost certain that this product is copied off of Hershey's syrup. It tastes and smells exactly like it. As soon as my husband tasted it, he was certain it was Hershey's repackaged. The taste is delicious. It tastes like it should be on top of ice cream or a baked good. Some edible chocolates I've tried don't taste much like chocolate you would eat as a snack. This tastes like something you would eat regularly. I was very tempted to top off some dessert with this product.

The smell is that of chocolate as well. I'm not exactly sure if there is a way to describe chocolate smell other than just "chocolate." It has the syrup chocolate smell though, not like a candy bar. The smell is strong but not so much so that it will knock you back. It can only be smelled if you're close to it. When my husband used this on me I couldn't really smell the product. When I applied to to my fingers to taste it, I could.


This product is much easier to apply than the tubs of chocolate that you have to have little scoops for. It has a tip applicator which allows for precise application to whatever area you may desire. You can apply small or large amounts of product with the tip. While the packaging itself isn't the most attractive, it's effective in use.

I was really impressed with the application, but that's about where my joy with this product ended. After applying it to my body, my husband set to work licking it off of me. Only you can't really lick it off. Even though it's somewhat thin, it's still thick enough that licks alone won't get it off. He ended up having to suck on my body pretty hard to get up all the product. Each small area that product was applied to had to be sucked on for quite some time to remove all of the chocolate from the skin. I'm glad we only applied this to a small area or we would have been having the longest every foreplay session.

After sucking the last of the product from my body, I was left with a tacky feel to my skin. If I touched it, my hand sort of stuck to the area. I felt like I had spilled juice or another sugary substance on my body which just wasn't all that pleasant. It wasn't the worst I've experience with the edible sexual products, but since I'm sensitive to tacky feeling things on my skin I still wasn't thrilled. I actually do think this left the least amount of reside of the chocolate products I've tried, but it was still too much stick for me to deal with. My husband also had the chocolate on his hands from the application and from touching me. His hands stuck together and since he had let it sit while we were using the product it had become even more tacky than the residue that was left on me.

Luckily, I was able to get pretty much all of this residue up with a wipe and didn't need to take a full shower to get it off. It's still sort of an interruption to sex when you have to stop to wipe off your body. I'm certainly not having sticky, chocolate laced sex.


There's no external packaging to this product. What you saw in the first picture is the packaging. It's a bottle that looks, as someone else said, like a hair color application bottle. It's not very sexy in appearance, but it is somewhat discreet because of this. It has a small sticker that labels it "Body Candy Lickable Body Glaze Chocolate." There is no other information such as an ingredient listing or expiration date, so you're on your own guessing with this.

In case you missed it, here's the bottle again:

Special Features

The ingredients are not listed on the bottle, so I'm going on what Eden has listed on the product page. The ingredients listed are:

Corn syrup, water, cocoa processed with alkali, potassium sorbate, salt, monoglycerides, diglicerides, xanthan gum, polysorbate 60, vanillin

Corn Syrup – A food syrup made from the starch of maize. It contains varying amounts of maltose and oligosaccharides. It is different from high fructose corn syrup which contains higher levels of fructose. It is used as a thickener and sweetener in food.

Cocoa processed with Alkali – Cocoa that is processed with alkali to neutralize its natural acidity. Alkali is a basic, ionic salt of an alkali metal or alkaline earth metal element. Baking soda is an example of an alkali.

Potassium Sorbate – The potassium salt of sorbic acid. It is produced by neutralizing potassium hydroxide with sorbic acide, producing a colorless salt. Primarily used as a food preservative, but can also be used in personal care products.

Monoglycerides – A glyceride consisting of one fatty acid chain covalently bonded to a glycerol molecule through an ester linkage. Mono and diglycerides are often used in foods to act as emulsifiers. It helps to blend ingredients such as oil and water. The source can be animal, vegetable, or synthetic.

Diglycerides – A glyceride consisting of two fatty acid chains covalently boned to a glycerol molecule through ester linkages. Mono and diglycerides are used in food as an emulsifier. It helps to blend ingredients like oil and water. It can be derived from animals, vegetables, or synthetically produced.

Xanthan Gum – A polysaccharide that is derived from the bacterial coat of Xanthomonas campestris. It is used as a food additive and rheology modifier. It can be used in food as a thickening agent or in cosmetics to prevent ingredients from separating. It can be derived from corn, wheat, dairy, or soy – possible allergens for some people. It may cause a reaction to those sensitive to gluten.

Polysorbate – Oily liquids derived from PEG-ylated sorbitan esterified with fatty acids. They are used as an emulsifier in foods. They are sometimes used in cosmetics to solubilize oils into water based products. Followed by a number (ie: Polysorbate 20) where the 20 refers to the total number of oxythylene groups found in the molecule.

Personal comments

If you're into the chocolate sensual product thing, this may actually work well. It's got a good application process and isn't as sticky as some of the products I've tried. If you're sensitive to textures or can't stand any tacky substances on you, then you may want to steer clear of this. It tastes good as well, so I would recommend this if you know you like products like this and are looking for a new one.


While I would recommend this to those that like products like this, it just didn't work for me. I couldn't stand the tacky feel it left on my body. I also didn't like that it took so long to get it all up. It forced sucking in one place for too long of a period which felt forced and not as good as the natural progression that happens when you're not trying to get syrup up. My husband seemed to enjoy using this, but I'm pretty sure that's just because it gave him an excuse to play with my breasts for longer than he might have otherwise gotten to. He seems to like the edible products more than I do, but then he's not the one left covered in tacky mess.

We both agree that this stuff tastes awesome. I'm seriously considering moving it from the bedroom to the kitchen and using it as an ice cream topping instead of a sexual enhancer. In general, I guess that's where I feel chocolate syrup belongs - on dessert.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • destinationtwilight
    I don't know if I want a product that takes a lot of time to get off of my skin, thanks for the review!
  • - Kira -
    You can get it off with a wipe pretty quick but you do have to stop what you're doing to do so. You're welcome!
  • Terri69
    Thanks for the great review!
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