Wendy Williams salad tossing spray - lubricant by Doc Johnson - review by Neotigress

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Hold the Glitter on My Salad, Please...

With really fun packaging, nostalgic fragrance and the fun glittery bits that swirl around in the bottle, this will make a really fun gag gift this holiday season for some friends and cowarkers who will really enjoy the humor in it. If you want a fun laugh and you wash up after all your sessions, you might want to give this a whirl.

However, if you take is seriously as it is packaged and seems to be intended, it falls a little bit short.
Published:
Pros:
cute packaging, great gag gift, smells nastalgic
Cons:
slightly oily, slightly sticky, not very appetizing
Rating by reviewer:
3
extremely useful review

Use

Because of the over-the-top label and the glitter and fun color, this would make a hilarious gag gift, or stocking stuffer. The bottle uses a tremendous amount of euphemisms to intimate that this is for oral sex and rimming play. I can't wait to give this as a retirement gag gift or stocking stuffer to those who will enjoy the joke.

Theoretically this would also add glitter and smell as a body spray, and "is advertised to have lubricant properties". I will address this in the performance section as it is truly useful as a flavored body spray or addition to oral sex fun for males or females, but it falls far short of having any useful lubricating properties.
  • Who / How / What
    [ ? ]
    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Bridal gift
    • Gag gift
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere that is washable
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Oral

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

Ingredients list from the side of the bottle and paraphrasing of what they are from internet research:

-Glycerin-is a colorless, odorless, viscous liquid that is widely used in pharmaceutical formulations.

-Flavor (aroma)-unspecified on the container

-Sucralose-is an artificial non-caloric sweetener.

-Benzophenone-4- is an ingredient in some sunscreens and protects the skin from damage by UVB and short-wave UVA ultraviolet light.

-Mica- Wet-ground mica is a mineral, which is used primarily in pearlescent paints by the automotive industry and its reflective and refractive properties make mica an important ingredient in blushes, eye liner, eye shadow, foundation, hair and body glitter, lipstick, lip gloss, mascara, moisturizing lotions, and nail polish.

-Titanim Dioxide- is the naturally occurring oxide of titanium, and it has a wide range of applications, from paint to sunscreen to food coloring

-Diazolidinyl Urea- is a mixture of different formaldehyde addition products including polymers and is an antimicrobial preservative used in cosmetics.

-Sodium Benzoate- is a widely used food preservative.

-Potassium Sorbate- is as a food preservative. Potassium sorbate is effective in a variety of applications including food, wine, and personal care products. Most of the Potassium Sorbate created today is synthetic and not natural. Commercial sources are now produced by the condensation of crotonaldehyde and ketene.

-Yellow 40 (cl 15985) – Food coloring agent

When applied to my skin it feels mildly oily but not in a way that would act as a lubricant and it leaves a slight stickiness. Slight oily-sticky feel is not pleasant to me and I was eager to just wash it off.

This fluit is quite watery, but in the photo I took you can see that it tends to pool together. What I'm not sure you can see is that the mica flakes (the glittery stuff) also seperates and because it's heavy settles in the bottom of the fluid very quickly. Much like oil and vinegar salad dressing, you have to constantly shake it in order to keep it mixed together.

On the tongue this feels almost like water.

goop sample
    • Oily
    • Sticky
    • Thick

Taste / Aroma

This spray has a sweet, light kool-aid smell with an undertone of baby lotion. It is not at all over-whelming, and somehow all of those smells give me a fond feeling of nostalgia. But they are not arousing scents from my previous life experiences.

The taste is the same as the smell actually; vaguely Kool-aid baby oil tasting, but with one packet of diet sweetener too many. This isn't an "unpleasant" flavor, but it falls far short of "yummy can't stop licking this stuff".

The odd thing is that this isn't a specific artificial flavor, the closest I can describe is Kool-Aid or Pixie Stix. It is artificial slightly some sort of fruit flavor.

As I mentioned above, this would make a superlative gag gift where everyone could have fun making bad jokes, and spraying it around and licking it-a little bit.
    • Light smell
    • Overly sweet taste
    • Smells good

Performance

The salad tossing spray bottle is perfect for the viscosity of this product. And sprays out in a nice level of moisture when being applied to any part of the body, including my vaginal area. I'm not into anal, so we didn't experiment with it in that arena, and honestly the fragrance and taste are so faint, that I suspect no matter how sparkly clean anyone is, it's still going to taste like you + the flavor of this spray.

This product is not flavorful or odoriferous enough to totally mask body taste or smell, even the minty fresh kind.

The glittery mica bits did not show up on my skin, which was a bit dissapointing, as I always love glitter and sparkle.

This was unpleasantly slightly oily and slightly sticky. It does not absorb well, but stays on the surface of the skin. I was just glad to wash it off.

This is where Wendy's spray really excelled, as it did wash off really well.

As to the ingredients list and eating this. I did sample it a very fair amount. In small portions, this product would not be unhealthy, but for regular use, I would be concerned about how healthy the ingredients are over long term use. To my very untrained eye, these seemed more like cosmetic ingredients (like lipstick), that are ok to ingest, but aren't anything you want to "eat".
    • Allergy concerns
    • Gets sticky
    • Needs to be washed off with soap and water

Packaging

This product comes in a straight forward clear pump spray bottle that arrived shrink wrapped in clear plastic. There is a very colorful and fun looking label wrapped around the circumference of the bottle.

The front has an artist representation of a young female in a corset sucking on phallic shaped lolli-pops. The label is made with a rainbow/iridescent effect in the background which emulates the mica flakes in the fluid.

This is not discreet as one side says the following:

"Wendy's Lollipop Salad Tossing Spray
How many licks does it take
You'll never want to stop licking
with Wendy's fabulous lollipop
glitter body spray
Just aim, shoot and enjoy!
Perfect for rimming, sucking and licking.

The other side says:
Water Soluble
Non-staining
Paraben free
Made in the USA"

And then a tremendous amount of fine print about it being a novelty only and trade mark information, etc.

The bottle is a very generous and full 6 fluid ounces with a clear safety cap that slips over the pump spray mechanism. This top slips off easily one handed and I was able to utilize the bottle simply and easily with only one hand available, which is always an added bonus in a hot moment.

If I were traveling with this bottle, I would not trust it alone, and I would slip it into a zip-lock baggie just in case of leakage.

bottle
    • Can be opened with one hand
    • Difficult to read label
    • Not discreet

Personal comments

I think this product idea has a lot of potential. I would like to see it developed a bit more, with more appetizing ingredients, less oil and tackiness. Packaging for a more serious or mature audience.

As it is now, it is a great gag gift, and I will be getting a few bottles for "special" folks on my list, as this will be perfect for that use, but as it is now, it's not very usable in my toy chest as it is intended.
    • Great gag gift
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Comments
  • KrissyNovacaine
    KrissyNovacaine  
    Thanks for the review!
  • Sangsara
    Sangsara  
    so did you or did you not toss a salad with it? thanx
  • Neotigress
    Neotigress  
    @sangsara I score pretty high on the aspie/autism spectrum, so I'm not sure if your being sarcastic or euphamistic.

    In the first paragraph I tried to say that is was sprayed on "my salad/vagina" but no I didn't use it on green leaf or romaine.

    If I were going to use it to toss salad, the flavor lends itself more to potato
  • - Kira -
    - Kira -  
    I'm confused as to why someone would want glitter in their mouth, but yet OOOH SPARKLY!
  • Trysexual
    Trysexual  
    Silly name....thanks for the review
  • Cynthia Jordan
    Cynthia Jordan  
    Thanks for sharing
  • U3H
    U3H  
    Thanks
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