Oral Sex Candy Spray by Zero Tolerance is a nifty little product aimed at adding some flavor to your oral fun. Make all your parts, from head to toe, taste like candy.
Easy to use, good taste and smell
Glycerin, flavor doesn't last long
Oral Sex Candy Spray is used to add a little sweet flavor to your oral endeavors. It comes in a handy spray top bottle for easy application. Simply spray it on the body part of choice and give your oral a little flavor.
The ingredients as listed on the bottle, and on site here are: Glycerin, Purified Water (Aqua), Flavor, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid
Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity:
The liquid is thin and clear. It looks like water in a spray bottle. Because it is so thin, you do not want to spray too much on or it will simply drip off.
I expected it to be very sticky, but surprisingly it is not. Once it dries, the skin is left smooth and not even tacky.
This product comes in 4 flavors - strawberry, raspberry, watermelon, and cherry. For this review in particular, we are talking about the strawberry flavor.
The strawberry is sweet, but not terribly strong. Think real strawberries dipped in a lot of white sugar. It does not leave any bitter aftertaste, but doesn't last very long either.
The smell is not that strong. You really have to bring your nose up fairly close to where the product is sprayed to be able to smell it. The faint smell lasts longer than the taste, but dances with the senses rather well.
Because the product is so thin, it gets lapped up rather quickly. One spray certainly does not last an entire session. You will have to reapply often, maybe keep the bottle in one hand? The 2 ounce bottle, although not large, holds quite a bit of liquid (one spray really doesn't lower the total amount by much), so it should last quite some time.
Luckily, because it does not get sticky, you don't have to worry about hopping in the shower mid-romp to get it off. The skin it is applied to stays smooth. Unless of course, your girly bits react poorly to glycerin. In which case, a quick wash would be best or not using this at all.