Will your lover love you the morning after? We mean the morning after February 14. Champagne truffles may be impressive, but you know your sweetie's trying to lose 10 pounds. No need to give your adored one a killer case of dieter's remorse when these zero-calorie treats are one click away.
1. Shower your sweetie with kisses. Chocolate ones, that is. The couple that showers together . . . well, you know how that goes. Gift yourselves with Philosophy's candy-scented Chewy Chocolate Lollipop Shower Gel and a home-alone night to enjoy it. Delish. About $16.
2. Talk about kissable! Give your loved one deliciously soft lips with a chocolate-flavored balm: Ganache for Lips (about $4 a stick). Made with gourmet Scharffen Berger chocolate, each creamy tube is loaded with uber-moisturizing ingredients: shea butter, sweet almond oil, and vitamin E. More tempted by truffles? Try the Ganache for Lips Chocolat Parfait Collection with Chocolate Hazelnut, Vanilla Mousse, Chocolate Mint, and Mocha Latte lip balms. About $20.
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3. Spritz a scent to remember. When you nuzzle your honey's hair, its fragrance just might satisfy your sweet tooth if you add Chocolate Soymilk Shampoo by Healthy Sexy Hair to your gift basket. The object of your affection can skip conditioning, too, since this milky, chocolate-scented shampoo is ultra moisturizing. About $13.
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4. Get touchy-feely. Give your heartthrob (or yourself) a gift certificate at a spa that offers chocolate-scented body scrubs -- many do around V-Day. Or DIY (which may be way more fun) with Shea Terra Organics Premium Dark Chocolate Sugar-Stone Exfoliating Cream. The shea butter in the cream extends the all-over skin-smoothing. Bonus: The chocolate-y scent lingers for hours. About $14.
5. Butter up your Valentine. What looks like a candy box of white chocolate truffles but isn't? Bon Voyage Roman Holiday White Chocolate Gourmet Bath Truffles by Treat. Drop one of these body-butter confections into a hot bath, and watch the creamy "candy" melt into a delicious aromatherapy treatment. About $25.
Okay, we know smelling is not the same as swallowing, and sometimes there's no substitute for the real thing. Besides, chocolate can actually be good for your skin. Make it heart-healthy, too, with flavonol-rich dark chocolate -- the kind labeled 70% or more cocoa. Getting 31 milligrams of flavonols a day can make your RealAge 3.2 years younger.
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