Honey Dust Powder

Honey Dust Powder is made with absorbent corn starch that has been used since ancient times as a remedy to excessive sweat. Then, like now, sweating was not seen as desirable between lovers, especially before making love.

The original formula written about in the Kama Sutra text was made of corn starch with dried honey mixed in. The honey served as a natural moisturizer for the skin and the corn starch as the absorbent. Corn starch turns out to be a lot healthier for the body than talc.

Size: Net wt 6 oz (226 g)

Honey Dust Powder


Kissable, moisture-wicking body powder that leaves skin silky-soft and delicately scented. Includes a sexy feather applicator. Talc free.

  • Delicious, kissable body dust
  • Lightweight formula wicks away moisture, leaving skin soft and smooth
  • Four irresistible flavors, each imparts a delicate fragrance on the skin
  • Use anywhere on the body


Delicately sweet honeysuckle nectar.

Vine-ripened raspberries, sweetened with a touch of honey.

Light and sweet, like strawberry mousse.


Taste of the tropics.


Dessert anytime and everytime


Flavors that are sure to delight and ignite passion.


Use the flirty feather applicator to dust Honey Dust® onto the body and follow with kisses.

As part of your daily regimen:  Be sure to remove any excess dust if wearing light-colored clothing to avoid staining.
Dust on after showering and before dressing to stay comfortable and dry all day long.

For beautiful hair:

Use as a dry shampoo by massaging a small amount into dry hair at the roots- leaving it clean, volumized and smelling amazing.

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