Edible body powder - edible powder by Body Candy - review by Starkiller87

Edible body powder

Edible powder by Body Candy

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Being messy is half the fun with this delicious candy explosion edible powder. If it’s your first time trying something new or if you’re a regular foodie who mixes pleasures, the powder is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth in every way. Just be sure to keep wet wipes close by!
Taste yummy, handy storage
Messy, no ingredients listed on back of bottle!
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
I haven’t ever been one for eating off my lover, or having him eat various foods off me. But when the opportunity arose I figured I’d take a chance and try something new. I was excited and weary, but at the end of the day I think I’ve tried it and am over it. There is probably a huge difference between whipped cream or chocolate and this candy flavored powder so don’t get me wrong maybe I’m being a little hasty in my judgment. This product can be a lovely edition to those who love to get messy and have a sweet tooth, messy being the operative word.

The container is very discreet; at first glance you would just think it’s another spice in your cabinet. But oddly enough the only label on this baby is the one stating that it’s edible body powder and the flavor which is Candy Explosion. There is no ingredients listed what so ever on this package!!! This really troubled me to be honest; I thought there was some sort of legalese type situation where anything edible had to have an ingredient label as well and nutritional value. After research I found the following on this unusual occurrence.

“The law requires that labels must clearly identify the food source names of all ingredients that are — or contain any protein derived from —the eight most common food allergens, which FALCPA defines as “major food allergens.”

The eight most common food allergens being: Milk, eggs, peanuts, fish, shellfish, soy, and wheat. It just so happens that unbleached wheat, soy lecithin, and partially hydrogenated soybean are ingredients listed (on the Eden page about this product, mind you, not the bottle itself) as being ingredients in this!! HELLO LEGAL TEAM, I THINK IVE FOUND AN ISSUE HERE!!

The ingredients in whole are as follows: Choc: Sugar, cocoa processed with alkali, soy lecithin, carrageenan, salt, artificial flavors, spice, vitamins and minerals: calcium carbonate, ascorbic acid, zinc oxide, pridoxine hydrochloride, copper gluconate, manganese sulfate, biotin Watermelon: Sugar, gelatin, adipic acid, natural and artificial flavor, disodium phosphate, sodium citrate, fumaric acid, red 40 Cotton candy: sugar, gelatin, adipic acid, artificial flavor, disodium phosphate and sodium citrate, fumaric acid, blue 1 Cherry: sugar, gelatin, adipic acid, artificial flavor, disodium phosphate and sodium citrate, fumaric acid, red 40, blue 1 Candy explosion: sugar, gelatin, adipic acid, disodium phosphate and sodium citrate, fumaric acid, tannic acid, red 40, blue 2, blue 1, yellow 6, BHA Cupcake: sugar, enriched flour, bleached wheat flour, nicain, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, partially hydrogenated soybean and/or cottonseed oil, propylene glycol monoesters of fatty acids, nonfat milk, corn.

If you are like me and are lucky enough to not be allergic to any of these many many ingredients, then let’s talk about the product itself. This 4oz. clear and white container is easy to open and store. If you are careful and don’t spill most of the contents the 4oz. should last you a long time and many uses. The top pops open like any other spice bottle to aid in pouring out your powder---one side has 3 holes and the other a large gap. The first thing you will notice once opened is the smell; it smells like a large bag full of candy---very sweet. But I would be careful with how close you get when smell this stuff because it will go up your nose easily, and it burns! Either way you pour it out its going to come out in clumps and messy, no cute opportunity to write out words in powder on your lover here. You are going to get more clumps than actual powder, but they are easily moved around with your fingers. You can pour it on a large number of areas but please be mindful of genitals---this much sugar is begging for a yeast infection on lady bits.
The candy itself tastes like smarties, which made me kind of nostalgic from when I was a kid. It is finely chopped up into a very refined powder and tastes yummy. I would describe the consistency more like powdered sugar that you put all over your confections. After licking it clean it does leave a residue and you can’t really lick it entirely off---which is no big deal to me you are going to get dirty anyways right! If it gets really wet it turns into a Kool Aid like substance, which taste good but I don’t think it is intended to be consumed as a drink. We actually used this more to eat straight from the jar than each other to be honest, it really does taste good. If you are going to eat this candy off your lover, you may want to lay something down beforehand because as I’ve stated many times this is going to get messy and on everything else in your bedroom if you are not careful. Once you get most of this tasty treat cleaned up off of you, don’t feel the need to run to the shower---it can easily be managed with some wet wipes or wet towel.

Overall, I am on the fence about this one. While it tastes good as promised, it just isn’t really for me. I expected something was going to be more easily controlled something I could make shapes or words with. My partner and I were both semi-disappointed to find out that it just pours out everywhere in a big mess. He still wants to eat it all the time, and I take the bottle away from him but foreplay wise, it just doesn’t measure up for US. I think it can satisfy the needs of people, I don’t think it’s a useless product by a long shot. I just can’t see myself lapping this stuff up on a regular basis or vice versa.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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My Edible body powder tags
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Couples
    • Foreplay
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Bedroom / on a bed
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Breasts
    • Buttocks
    • Nipples
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  • Katelyn
    This sounds way to messy for me! This is to bad you didn't like it, maybe you can use it for baking purposes ; ) Thanks for the review!
  • Starkiller87
    Also I realize that the ingredients are for all the variations in type of powder but I feel it really pertains to this, is REALLY IMPORTANT and shouldn't be looked over at all!
  • aliceinthehole
    dang girl, you is thorough. i proud of you!
  • married with children
    great review, thanks for sharing. Ya, not having the ingredients on the package are a no go for this house.
  • Beneath The Bed
    Great review!
  • arduous
    Between the mess and improper labeling, I'd be a bit hesitant to purchase it.
  • Starkiller87
    Im glad people agree that no label is really sketchy
  • eeep
    Great review. Surprised there are no ingredients listed on the bottle, that's very problematic for a lot of people. Esp. with it having ingredients that can cause allergic reactions.
  • Michele
    Great review! Thank you for sharing.
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