Edible body painting by Shunga Erotic Art - review by Jul!a

Delicious Paint For A Great Night

This product was well worth the $12 that I spent on it. It tastes great, doesn't leave me feeling sticky, and doesn't fill the whole room with the scent of chocolate. On top of that it allows you and your partner to get as intimate with each other as you both see fit.
Smells great, tastes great, and comes in a classy container.
Doesn't have a great brush.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


This chocolate body paint is great for adding a little extra zest to the bedroom for those who are a bit on the tamer side. There's nothing too extreme about it, and it's delicious as well. It's made using real sugar, so for anybody concerned about that, please keep that in mind.

You and your partner can play games such as tic-tac-toe or write sexy things on each other and when you're all done, just lick it off!

Something my partner suggested was to get a blindfold to keep the other person guessing where they were going to be painted on next.

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

This product has a very nice consistency. It doesn't just pour out all over the place but at the same time you don't have to try very hard to get any out of it. My partner and I experimented with pouring vs painting and had no real problems controlling the flow when being poured, however we didn't experiment with heating it up first which could definitely change the consistency.

Taste / Aroma

The thing that surprised me the most about this product was that it tasted like Hershey's chocolate syrup but it was thinner. When you open the bottle it definitely does have a chocolate scent to it, but it isn't overly strong, and once it had been licked off my skin (and his) didn't have any real scent left to it, which is nice if you don't want to smell like a chocolate bar all night.


The paint didn't drip while we were trying to use it, except when we had been pouring it. This makes it very nice to write and draw with. When we were all done I didn't feel sticky at all, but if you're overly sensitive a quick wipe-down with a damp cloth wouldn't hurt.

What I liked best about this paint was the ability to draw fun things, leave little dabs to lick off, or to finger paint when it was poured.

There wasn't anything that I really didn't like at all about this product, but if you're looking for something sugar free then this product probably is not for you.


I bought this paint at a brick and mortar store and not online, so there wasn't any special packaging on the outside.

The paint itself is in a very classy glass bottle that is clear and wouldn't look all that out of place just sitting on a shelf, so this one isn't necessary to hide it as soon as you're done with it.

Special Features

Something that I thought was really neat about this product is when I was reading the back of the bottle and it says it can also be used as a face mask. I didn't personally try it but if anybody reading this review has or does I would love to know how it worked for you.

Also while I was in the store the sales associate mentioned to me that it warmed up very nicely by removing the lid and sticking it in the microwave for 10 seconds. Just be careful if you try this because different microwaves are different and mine might heat differently than yours.

Personal comments

This paint came with a really cute little "brush." By brush I mean a small wooden stick with a piece of foam tied onto the end of it. We did use this brush and the biggest thing I don't like about it is that there doesn't seem to be a very good way to clean it. I had decided before we even started using it that we probably wouldn't be using that brush again so I just licked it clean.

When I was looking at it in the store an associate came over and showed it to me using a Q-tip which worked very well, but isn't all that romantic.

Personally if you're not all that worried about the appearance of the item being used to paint on you, I would go to the dollar store and pick up a pack of the cheap water color brushes, or if you're going for something a little softer for more delicate areas, go to any art supply store and spend a few dollars on a nicer one that will last a bit longer.

If you're concerned with using a paint brush then I suggest finger painting. It will save you the cost of a brush and can definitely be very sexy and way more intimate.
Follow-up commentary
We still haven't managed to use the whole bottle yet, although the fact that I've discovered this is not only a delicious topping on ice cream as well as a great way to make hot chocolate more chocolatey is certainly getting the bottle down a bit.

The price for the bottle is more than I would pay for just something to coat my ice cream in, but it still cleans off the body better than Hershey's syrup in my opinion, so I will definitely buy another bottle when we finally manage to kill this one.
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  • LuLu-Pop
    great review
  • krist338
    Thanks for the review
  • Sera26
    awesome review & video
  • phoenixfire
    Fantastic review! This is going on my wish list (though not in the chocolate flavor.) I especially like your suggestions on how to get around the less than stellar brush, and suggestions on how to use it up outside the bedroom.
  • Badonk
    makes me want to try it
  • Violet October
    Thank you! Added this to my wishlist. I've been looking for a good body paint type thing to get.
  • Denise Ellis Lougheed
    thanks you
  • GONE!
    Nice review.
  • InnocentIchigo
    Great review! I can't wait to find a chance to be able to use this product some day.
  • LoooveMonkey
    Amaaazing review!
  • SecondStory
  • snowminx
    Sounds like you could just buy an pretty empty bottle and fill it up with chocolate syrup...also it's not really something you can display is you have children around since it does have an erotic picture
  • sXeVegan90
    Thank you for the review.
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