Edible body painting by Shunga Erotic Art - review by darthkitt3n

Edible body painting

Body paint by Shunga Erotic Art

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Such A Sweet Dessert

I definitely approve of this product. It puts together two of my favorite things, my boyfriend and chocolate. It doesn't get any better than this.
Tasty, easy clean up.
Some undissolved sugar granules, brush may be too flimsy, not diabetic friendly.
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I absolutely love the taste of chocolate. I also love my boyfriend. So I was interested to see what it would be like to mix the two together. After looking at several different chocolate body paints, I decided on the Shunga body paint. The bottle looked cute, and the brush looked like something easy to maneuver and clean.

I love this paint, but there is a tiny amount of disappointment. It tastes and smells like Hershey’s syrup. It is thinner and not quite as sticky, though. One thing I don’t particularly care for is that it has grains of sugar in it. I know the paint contains sugar, but typically chocolate syrup has all of the sugar granules mixed in. It doesn’t make it taste weird, it is just unexpected to lick at the syrup and find what feels like a grain of sand in there. Thankfully the grains are very rare in my bottle. I am kind of considering just buying a bottle of chocolate syrup or something to pour in the bottle when it is empty.

The bottle is pretty cute. It is approximately 4 1/4 inches tall and is made out of glass. The topper is plastic. It’s something cute that you could leave out that looks pretty innocent from afar. If someone picks it up, they’ll see the people in the picture on the bottle doing the nasty, though. The bottle isn’t really wide enough to stick a finger in to get some out for finger painting, so some would need to be poured out for that. The brush is a simple piece of wood with a foam brush piece tied on the top. It’s not very sturdy, but I found it preferable, since it is much easier to clean than a typical paint brush.

The ingredients listed on the bottle: sugar, water, cocoa powder, sodium citrate, salt, caramel color, potassium sorbate, N&A flavor, vanillin, citric acid, FD&C yellow 5.

Since this contains sugar, I do not recommend it for use by diabetics or around the vaginal opening. To be safe, I also did not put this anywhere near my boyfriend’s penis, even though we use condoms.

I held on to this for a while before deciding to use it. I still am not really sure how to approach my boyfriend with it. When I pulled this out, he looked kind of nervous and unsure. I probably didn’t help, since the first thing I did was to draw a smiley face on his nipple and take a picture of it with his phone. He certainly enjoyed it when I licked the chocolate off, though. I mostly experimented with it drawing on his chest and licking it off. He did the same above the top of my bra cups and down on my stomach. I tried putting a blind fold on him so he couldn’t anticipate where I would put the chocolate next, which he said was exciting.

I was kind of worried that we’d have to go and wash this off before going on to other fun activities, but this wasn’t too sticky. Neither of us used a whole lot of it, and if we licked around the area long enough, the chocolate and its scent went away completely. When we did get to the washing part, there was not sticky feeling left at all. I’d recommend brushing your teeth, too, since this has a lot of sugar in it.

Cleaning up the brush was pretty easy, too. It just rinsed off and I wiped it with some soap and rinsed it again. I prefer this brush to a regular paint brush, since those are a pain to get all the bristles clean.

Overall, I’d say this was a good product to try. I haven’t really fully experimented with it yet, but I am sure this would make a great tool for games. It is also pretty good to use to tease your partner, or to turn them into a deliciously flavored canvas. The bottle also claims this can be used as a facial mask, which I don’t really think I want to try. Thirteen dollars is a bit much to spend on a facial mask.
Follow-up commentary
This chocolate body paint held up well through the summer and unusually warm fall. I was kind of worried it would dry out or get tacky, but it didn't. There was a bit of crusty chocolate around the top of the bottle where the lid screws on, but it wasn't horrible. I'm not really sure how it got like that, since I always make sure to wipe bottles off if something drips out of them. It still has the same chocolaty flavor, and since it held up so well, it kept me from buying another chocolate product that I don't really need.
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  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Any couple
    • Couple foreplay/after climax play
    • Long / extended session
    • Teasing a partner
  • Where
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    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Dorm room/campus living
    • Home
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