Whip up a frenzy in the bedroom this January

Lovers of the creamy dairy product rejoice! Whipped Cream Day is arriving on the 5th of January this year, but there’s so much more you could be doing with this deliciously sweet treat than squirting it on to your leftover mince pies!

Ignore the advice never to play with your food; we’re really looking forward to getting sweet and sticky, and encouraging couples everywhere to get inventive with whipped cream to celebrate the day and embrace a little sexy food play.

But whenever you decide to bring food items into the bedroom for a midnight fleshy feast, there are a few do’s and don’ts that you’ll need to be aware of to make the experience one to remember for all of the right reasons.

Get down and dirty

Food play is fabulous fun, but it’s also pretty messy so expect to get yourselves and your bedsheets positively caked with whatever foodstuff you’re bringing into the bedroom. If you’re particular about your bed linen, then change the sheets to something you don’t mind getting messed up and make sure that you’ve got plenty of washing powder on hand to clean up the aftermath of fluids and food!


Test your treats

If you’ve got sensitive skin, then it’s best to avoid sugary treats for your sensitive areas as they could cause itching and an unsightly rash once the throws of passion are over.

Vulva’s can be particularly sensitive to synthetic sugar alternatives, so keep it natural when it comes to your foodie sex play to avoid any discomfort later on.

Shoulders, nipples, and stomach are all erotic areas sensitive to touch, so try drizzling a bit of honey over the top half of your body and challenge your partner to lick you clean before being allowed lower down…

Food hygiene

You wouldn’t insert any kind of toy before giving it a good clean, so don’t do it with food either! Be 100% sure that your delicious foray into food sex doesn’t have any complications a few hours later and give anything that you’ll be using a good wash before bringing it into the bedroom.

We once had a customer mention that her juicy peach turned orange after intimately enjoying a carrot. To avoid this, we recommend slipping a condom over any fresh produce to be used, and you could make it even more fun by choosing ribbed or dotted prophylactics!

Hungry for more?

HandipopOnce you’ve tried your tastebuds on a few foodstuffs, feel free to experiment with other food sex play staples such as jelly and custard for some hot and cold sexy sensations, our Shiatsu body painting chocolate,  delicious Handipop edible hand job massage gel or even try a combination of all three for a buttock dessert buffet for some moreish moments.

Many of our customers have expressed an interest in trying out the grapefruit technique during fellatio, but please, please, please remember to pop a condom on the very sensitive penis before heading downtown for some fruity fun – acidic fruit juice down the urethra is few penis-owners’ idea of fun!

Dairy-free food for tasty sex play

Don’t let dairy intolerance get in the way of celebrations; these days you can get lactose-free products in most supermarkets and actually, they’re very tasty. Our favourite is Arla lacto-free products, a whole range of non-lactose foods to enjoy in or out of the bedroom.

The only limit is your imagination and what you’ve got in your fridge, so don’t be afraid to mix things up a little and take food out of the dining room and into the boudoir.

Happy Whipped Cream Day!


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