Aphrodisiacs You Need This Valentine's Day
V-Day is almost upon us. To be honest, pampering yourself should be a priority this February 14th. Whether you're wifed up or not, take some time to fall in love with yourself so that everyone else can follow suit.
While experts disagree on the effectiveness of aphrodisiacs, the one thing I'm sure everyone can agree on is a luxurious bath and some self-care is always a good idea.
These are the products you need for a Valentine's Day beyond your (or your partner's) wildest dreams.
This supplement is not only good for libido but can be an energy booster for anytime. With cacao powder, various root extracts, and some horny goat weed, Sex Dust can help your body to fight fatigue and decrease recovery time after activity. *nudge* *wink*
Not only does the scent of milk and honey smell intoxicating but the fact that this body butter is whipped will give you some ideas of what's to come. Slather this cream on after a nice bath or shower to get smooth and soft skin. The fact that it contains squalane also means it has anti-aging qualities. Fuck yeah.
From ancient Greek philosophers to French wive's tales, honey is said to be an ultimate aphrodisiac. The science behind it is that honey contains boron, which may regulate hormone levels, and nitric oxide, which is released in the blood during arousal. Use this luxurious face mask while you get ready for your Valentine's date and know that you're ready to play ball, honey.
Chili pepper is said to excite the body to release adrenaline and endorphins, making you ready feel like Wonder Woman ready to destroy some villains. Or...you know, have sex. Chili pepper is also one of the key notes of this perfume. Spritz it on yourself or your bed and get ready to drop the bass.
Not only does ginseng increase circulation to make your skin look brighter and more awake, eating ginseng will do the same for your nether regions. While I'm not saying you should eat this BB cream, I am saying you should wear it to look like you don't have somewhere better to be when you have to listen to the blissed out couples around you.
Chocolate! Need I say more?
Probably not but I will. Chocolate is said to release the same brain chemicals as those that are released when you fall in love...or eat turkey. Endorphins and tryptophan make you emotionally attracted to your partner and, after you get a whiff of this sweet smelling bronzer, I'm sure you'll be attracted to it, too.