The product is liquid and mostly transparent, save for a very slight yellowish tint. It's also free of parabens, dyes, added perfumes, and glycerin. The ingredients are 90% organic and include the following:
Water, Polysorbate 20, Comfrey*, Saccharomyces Ferment* (live enzymes to break down odors), Oat Beta Glucan *(anti-inflammatory, wound support), Organic Aloe Leaf Barbadensis Leaf Juice* (soothing), Arnica Montana Flower Extract* (anti-inflammatory), Chamomile Flower Extract* (calming/soothing), Lavender Extract* (calming/soothing), Algae Extract* (helps to restore minerals the body needs), Orange Peel Oil*, Bergamot Fruit Oil*, Rosemary Leaf Oil*, Allantoin, Caprylyl Glycol, Phenoxyehtanol Hexylene Glycol.
The most prominent scent is that of the chamomile, which could be mistaken for the smell of ginger. It's pleasant, soothing, and very natural smelling. It should be allowed to dry fully before performing oral sex on a partner. Some might find it slightly bitter at first, but this is not a lingering effect with prolonged oral activity, as the product will wash off easily.
The product comes in a 1.7 ounce plastic bottle with a spray pump attached for easy distribution. Only 2-3 spritzes were necessary, but it doesn't dry quickly unless it's fanned or dried with a blow dryer. It performed as expected in regards to eliminating odors, not that there were any offensive ones to begin with. As far as how well it performed as a healing/restorative product, that was much harder to evaluate. Perhaps it would be more beneficial on male genitalia, as there are no exposed mucous membranes on the shaft of a penis; however for a female user, the areas the most exposed to friction are the delicate and moist tissues within the vagina, and whatever product did reach those areas produced a light tingling/stinging sensation. Fortunately, that went away when rinsed off in the shower.
My partner and I were both neutral on this product. We both agreed that it's great to throw in a purse or overnight bag, especially when there could be some impromptu, spontaneous sex on the horizon. Most people, however, will probably shower before sex anyhow. This might be a nice alternative to someone who has allergies to strong perfumes and fragrances and would like to use a little something extra and more "natural" after bathing as an extra precaution. Personally, I don't think it's something I need or would buy on a regular basis.
I don't think I'd recommend giving this as a gift to someone since they might be offended. This is more one of those personal care products that an individual would seek out for themselves.