After a hard day of work, Ivy allocates some personal time to relax her feet and body with Bathtime Tentacles (as seen here [link]
Just add Bathtime Tentacles to warm bath water, and within minutes gentle massaging tentacles will emerge to soothe and embrace you.
Ivy has selected our newest variety, Glowing Green with Slime. The mellow bio-luminescence provides a pleasant illumination for nighttime baths.
Ivy squishes her naked toes in the slippery soothing slime as smaller tentacles smoothly stroke her weary feet. Longer tentacles reach up to give her a full body massage. Probing softly, these tentacles reach every crevice of her body, providing deep relaxation and release of her tensions.
As always, use Bathtime Tentacles responsibly and be sure to read all instructions and precautions on the back of the box.
Inspired and dedicated to Hai-Kulture
Rendered in Daz Studio 126.96.36.199 with color correction and wording added in Gimp
Versatile Tentacle Figure by Tempest on ShareCG [link]
Tentacle and water shader by Subsurface Gummy & Plastic Shaders [link]
Font is Bubble Bath [link]
Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Assuming this was real, how would you dispose of the tentacle monster in your bathtub when you are finished? I don't think he is going to fit down the drain. Also, what do tentacle monsters eat? They probably aren't safe around kids or pets, or for that matter jealous boyfriends or husbands.