Lovers body paint - edible paint by Kama Sutra - review by phoenixfire

Lovers body paint

Edible paint by Kama Sutra

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Only Serious Sweet Teeth Need Apply

This product is a great way to indulge a couple's passion for chocolate without the expense of going out for fondue. Be forewarned, though: death by Kama Sutra's chocolate body paint is well within the realm of possibility.
Tasty, affordable, easy to use
Much too sweet for extended use. Flimsy brush. Would love to see this in a sampler pack.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
The lover's body paint by Kama Sutra comes in a jar that holds about 2 ounces of your flavor of choice (caramel, chocolate, or dark chocolate raspberry.) I chose the dark chocolate raspberry as a way to surprise my hubby, so keep in mind that that's the specific flavor I'll be discussing in this review.

The body paint comes in a tastefully done brown cardboard box. (Pun not intended, but since it fits, I'll leave it in.) The box itself gives you several important details: the product is dermatologist reviewed and allergy tested, made in the USA, and intended for external use only. If you should happen to have an allergic reaction to your body paint or other major complaint, the contact information for the Kama Sutra company is right there on the bottom of the box.

I will stress that last point a bit. Please use this paint sparingly on genitalia as too much residual sugar in sensitive areas can lead to yeast infections. No one here wants any part of those! Also keep in mind that you should refrigerate your body paint after opening it. You can heat it up in the microwave or use it cold, and it comes with a brush for fun times once you have the paint to a safe temperature. (Please test the temperature of the paint with a spoon or perhaps a single finger before applying a chocolate coating to your SO. He or she will thank you profusely later.

In the interest of science, I tried some of the paint cold just now, and I can testify personally to the fudgy quality I mention later in the review. Using it cold would, I imagine, make the chocolate an even more intense flavor, but it would also intensify the artificial raspberry aftertaste. This doesn't bug me, but I mention it as it could be a big deal for some of you.

(Edited to include the ingredient list, which is featured on the side of the box.) Hydrogenated starch hydrolysate, theobroma cacao (Cocoa), fruit powder, alcohol denat., sucrose, eleais guineesis (Palm) Kernel oil, hydrogenated palm oil, non fat dry milk, lecithin, vanillin, water, corn starch, gelatin, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, flavor (aroma). )
Hubby and I had read several reviews on this particular paint before purchasing it which warned that a) Kama Sutra paint has a fudge-like consistency when cold that makes it very hard to spread and b) the brush that accompanies it doesn't stand up very well to use. A lot of people seemed to believe that it was faster and easier just to use your fingers. We found both these points to be valid, so we microwaved our jar of paint right away. I'm not sure exactly how long hubby zapped it, but it can't have been more than 30 seconds, and we had to wait several minutes for the chocolate (which smelled divine) to be less than second degree burn worthy. Once that anticipation was over, I had a lot of fun using it on most of my guy's anatomy. He's a pretty hairy guy, but Kama Sutra made something that stood up to him. Our only real gripe with this stuff is twofold. It has a slightly artificial aftertaste, and a little of it goes a long way indeed. It's a good thing that hubby and I are absolutely crazy about dark chocolate. (Raspberry is there, but plays second fiddle to the rich chocolate flavor of this body paint.)

In the end, I am going to give this product a cautious 4 stars. This one was really on the border between a 3 and a 4. I believe that it is a great product for the right people, and that it was worth my $12. However, I'm probably not going to want any more body paint for some time. When I do go looking for something else, I'll likely try to find something a bit less potent.
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  • Geogeo
    thanks for the honesty
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    Thanks for the review. I was wondering about these.
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    Thanks for sharing!
  • phoenixfire
    Welcome Geogeo, Honesty is something I strive for.
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    Thanks for the review!
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    good review, thanks for sharing.
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    Nice review
  • redhead1977
    Is this vegetarian safe? Are the ingredients listed on the packaging?
  • phoenixfire
    Redhead: yes, the ingredients are listed on the packaging. I am not a vegetarian myself so I could not say specifically what you might want to avoid but I'd be happy to give you a full list. Just send me a PM! Sorry about the oversight in the actual review.
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    good review thank you
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    Thank you!
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    Great review, thanks so much !
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