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Gwyneth Paltrow says Sex Dust is like real magic

Gwyneth Paltrow has a new product for you just in time for Valentine’s Day: Sex Dust! Yep, you heard me right. It is a dust or powder from holistic beauty and wellness company Moon Juice that supposedly ramps up your sex life like whoa, and Gwyneth can’t get enough of it.

She’s been raving about all the Moon Juice products on her website Goop, because they’re “like, real magic.” And while I can’t speak from experience with the stuff, its creator definitely sounds like a magician.

Amanda Chantal Bacon is a single mom who built her business from scratch. And according to Goop, “She literally glows from within, making any encounter with her, an ‘I’ll have what she’s having’ moment.” She started Moon Juice in 2011 and has spent the last few years developing an extensive line of healing dusts, powders and potions.

Sex Dust is described on the Moon Juice website as “[an] aphrodisiac warming potion [that] will send waves of blood to all the right places. This is a holistic approach to deeply enjoyable sex and fertility for both men and women, supporting brain chemistry, hormone production, as well as glandular and fluid replenishment.” So not only does it enhance your sensitivity during sex, it improves your health overall. Sounds like a pretty magical potion to me!

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The website says you can add a teaspoon of it to 8 ounces of hot or cold liquid, but Goop also had Amanda come over and exhibit how to use it in recipes like this chocolate sex bark. If you have a yen for dark chocolate and hate artificial sweeteners, this is the perfect nightcap for your Valentine’s Day plans.

Not only does it sound like it really heats things up on the inside, but you could wake up the next morning and look positively radiant. I mean, Gwyneth always manages to, so perhaps this is her secret? It is a little on the pricey side ($60 for a 4-ounce jar), but the “dose” is a rather small amount, so it’s likely to last a long time. I’d be curious to see what happens if you double the dose, but then again, I like to live dangerously.

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