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Make this Valentine’s Day Happy, Healthy & Safe: 5 Tips

Make this Valentine’s Day Happy, Healthy & Safe: 5 Tips

Stay safe this valentine’s and celebrate the festival of love with your better-half. Read through these five tips to make the most of this special day while keeping yourself and your partner safe.  

Come February 14, and couples start looking for unique ways to celebrate love.  Expectations run high with romantic hearts anticipating being swept off their feet with expensive gifts, fine dining, chocolates, red roses, slow dancing, lovey-dovey cooing, kisses, and a lot more.

Yes, Valentine’s Day is perfect to reignite passion and heighten the intimacy quotient of your relationship. But remember to do so responsibly. After all, no one wants any negative consequences to ruin this romantic day, right?  Below are a few Valentine’s Day safety tips to help make the Hallmark holiday – happy, healthy, and fun for you and your significant other.

  • Cook a Romantic Dinner at Home

Instead of going to an expensive restaurant, consider cooking a delicious dinner for someone special.  You can put together beautiful table-setting, scented candles, pretty flowers or succulents, and a sentimental playlist to create a romantic ambience for an unforgettable magical evening.  Taking the homemade route will not only be healthier but also save a ton of money.

  • Gifts of Health & Wellness

Give your loved one a basket filled with goodies like fresh fruit, heart-shaped pretzels, popcorn, and a healthier version of her favourite cookies. If she has a sweet tooth, a luxurious box of dark chocolate with a mushy quote is irresistible. There is documented evidence that dark chocolate is a rich source of antioxidants and flavonoids known to boost heart health.  You could also focus on wellness and gift your beloved a spa day voucher for some pampering and self-indulgence.

  • Incorporate Outdoor Activity

Who says Valentine’s is just about watching rom-coms, drinking, and dining at fancy restaurants? Plan an outdoor activity that will be enjoyable and provide plenty of bonding with your partner. It could be anything from a nature hike, a game of miniature golf, a day at the beach, or even an exhilarating bike ride to keep you both energised.

  • Don’t Forget Contraception

Saving the most important for the last, it’s no secret that Valentine’s Day can sometimes lead to hot, steamy lovemaking. However, engaging in sex without any form of protection is a big no-no. Being saddled with an unintended pregnancy is a high price to pay for getting frisky under the sheets on Valentine’s Day, right? Condoms are considered a good barrier method, but there are other options too for safe-sex and sexual wellness.

Oral contraceptives for women that are available in a monthly pack of 21 tablets are highly effective. They not only safeguard against getting knocked-up but also enable sexual spontaneity. What if you were not prepared for that level of intimacy, but swept in the heat of passion, end up having unprotected sex on the V-Day? No worries! Get Mankind Pharma’s Unwanted 21 Days, Regular Oral Contraceptive Tablet to stay away from unwanted pregnancy.

So, what are you waiting for? With the Hallmark holiday around the corner, start planning to put all this into action right away! And yes, make sure it’s a safe sex Valentine’s with your partner. Trust us, the thoughtful gesture will amplify the romance and healthy connection in your relationship.

Take care and have an amazing Valentine’s Day!


This blog solely intended for the educational/informational/awareness purposes and is not a substitute for any professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult your doctor/healthcare professional before acting on the information provided on the blog. Reliance on any or all information provided in the blog, is solely at your own risk and responsibility. Mankind Pharma Limited shall not be held liable, in any circumstance whatsoever.


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