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ELLA PARADIS GEARS UP FOR VALENTINE'S DAY WITH SEXY OFFERINGS FOR EVERYONE

Celebrating its two year anniversary with a bang, Ella Paradis introduces new collection of exclusive UR Pleasure Boxes

MIAMI, Jan. 31, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ella Paradis, the leading intimacy e-commerce retailer, is celebrating it's two year anniversary on Valentine's Day by introducing its collection of five sexy specially-curated UR Pleasure Box Editions: Couples; Couples Premium, Her, Her & Her andHim & Him. The team at Ella Paradis understands Valentine's Day can be a time of year when expectations and emotions are on the rise, and the retailer is coming to the rescue with sassy and exciting UR Pleasure Boxes for couples of all configurations as well as a Galentine's box for the single gal.

UR Pleasure Boxes from Ella Paradis

"Nothing builds excitement and anticipation as much as a pleasure product gift from your significant other," said We-Vibe's Marketing Manager, Stephanie Keating. "Those who receive Ella Paradis UR Pleasure Boxes with premium We-Vibe products inside are sure to have a Valentine's they won't forget."

"Part of what makes the work we do at Ella Paradis so interesting is seeing which products people are gravitating to at certain times of the year," said Tino Dietrich, co-founder of Ella Paradis. "Based on our data we've designed our UR Pleasure Boxes to reflect top consumer picks as well as expert recommended products, all of which are sure to exceed expectations."

Ella Paradis' Valentine's Day offerings feature romantic gift sets and fantasy boxes including UR Pleasure Boxes most of which include the 2018 AVN award winner for Best Pleasure Product Manufacturer, We-Vibe.

UR Pleasure Box - Couples Classic Edition

  • 10 curated adult gifts
  • Keepsake adult toy storage box
  • Ella Paradis' exclusive We-Vibe couples vibrator

UR Pleasure Box - Couples Premium Edition

  • 11 curated adult gifts
  • Keepsake adult toy storage box
  • The #1 Selling Couples Toy We-Vibe Sync

UR Pleasure Box - Her Edition

  • 6 curated adult gifts
  • Keepsake adult toy storage box
  • We-Vibe Tango Bullet

 

UR Pleasure Box - Her & Her Edition

  • 9 curated adult gifts
  • Keepsake adult toy storage box
  • We-Vibe Tango Bullet

 

UR Pleasure Box - Him & Him Edition

  • 8 curated adult gifts
  • Keepsake adult toy storage box
  • 2 Funzone Sleeves - For dual use

 

This Valentine's Day, Ella Paradis reports that both men and women are less focused on searching for lingerie and more focused on purchasing toys for couples, such as the We-Vibe Sync (sales of which increased by 60% from 2016 to 2017). Ella Paradis sees women customers buying couples toys, clit stimulators, and g-spot vibrators the most frequently and the most searched product overall on the site is Wicked lube. The retailer is also seeing an increase in app controlled devices which allow for long distance lovers to share intimacy even when miles away.

Pick up your romance in a box this Valentine's Day with a #URPLEASUREBOX. For more information please visit our site at www.ellaparadis.com, follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

About Ella Paradis

Founded on Valentine's Day in 2016 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, Ella Paradis is the leading intimacy e-commerce retailer. Ella Paradis is proud to be both, a 2018 AVN Online Retailer of the Year nominee and XBIZ Online Retailer of the Year nominee. Their range of sassy pleasure products are hand picked and expertly curated with a focus on promoting sexual wellness for women and couples.

Media Contact: Kathryn Wagner, Remark Media, 5132602700, katie@remarkmediar.com

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