Indulge Her This Valentine's Day


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Still not sure what to get your girlfriend this Valentine’s Day? Tired of the same traditional gifts year after year? If so, check out these unique gift ideas, designed to ignite her passion and entice her senses. The best part? Both of you can enjoy them.

For the gal who is bold in the bedroom, we’ve got just the thing; author, activist and “sexpert” Susie Bright’s provocative card game I Dare You: 30 Sealed Seductions is a playful and sensual way to add some sizzle to your sex life and show her that she’s the only one who can get your pulse racing. The game comes as an attractive, decorative box filled with 30 cards—each featuring different racy prompts and dares. To get the fun started, simply reach in and pull out one of the small envelopes and the read the card aloud to discover your next seductive adventure.

Maybe your sweetheart has a sweet tooth, but the traditional box of chocolates just isn’t your style? If so, Lover’s Choice’s CUPIDOLOGY Chocolate Body Paint and Sizzling Body Candy sets are a great way to let her know just how scrumptious you think she is. The body candy comes in a sweet, kissable strawberry flavor, while the chocolate paint—perfect for chocoholics!—comes with a convenient paint brush, so you can turn her into a sexy (and yummy) work of art.

For the romantic at heart, the company also offers a Romantic Essentials Kit that includes everything you would need for a getaway for two—warming massage oil, bubble bath, tea lights, scented silk rose petals, breath mints and a romance guide. If you want to really unwind together, the Romantic Massage Kit comes with a heart-shaped massager, oil, and a massage tips guide.

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