It Got The Home Fire Burnin'!!

Spot On G-spot Stimulating cream is very stimulating--in one way or another!! While I was in the midst of a forest fire, my husband was enjoying the cool, fresh tingles. My evening went from tasteless to hotter than hell, while my husband's evening was very stimulating--in a cool, tingly manner. Another bit of your research BEFORE you try the product--you might just prevent a forest fire!!
For men, women and couples.
Tingly, cool sensations.
Burns some people.
No applicator.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Spot On is marketed as a G-spot stimulation cream. It will also stimulate other areas of the body and cause a cooling and tingling feeling after application. You may use the cream on the nipples, clitoris, penis, testicles, back of knees, inside of elbows and other areas that will be stimulated by these sensations.

Men, women and couples are all able to use this cream, but beware that it does contain ingredients that may cause a negative reaction or allergic response in some people. Spot on is best used by people who do not have any reactions to the ingredients that enjoy cool, tingly sensations during sexual arousal.

The cream is designed to go directly on the G-spot, so those who have already located theirs will have an easier time applying it to the correct area. This could also help others to find their G-spot, but it will be a messier and more time consuming affair. A partner may make application easier for those who are still exploring. This is not a magical locator, but an aide to stimulate the area.
  • 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?
    • Foreplay
    • Masturbation
    • Sex
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • On bed
    • On furniture or pillows
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Erogenous zones
    • G-spot
    • Penis head

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

Spot On is packaged in a squeeze tube, similar to KY lubricant or hair gel. It is very thick and white but comes out of the tube with a light squeeze. This cream is made to stay in place, so do not expect any runniness to the texture.

It feels slick, smooth and creamy, like a very thick hair conditioner or lotion. Spot On spreads around evenly and absorbs into the skin rapidly without leaving any oily or greasy feeling behind. It is removed with water or a warm douche. You may have to repeat the cleansing a few times, especially if it has irritated the internal area of the vagina. Men, do not get this in the urethra! It will cause burning and irritation.

**Do NOT touch your eyes.
**Do not ingest.
**Do not touch any mucus membranes or other extremely
sensitive areas with cream residue on your fingers.
    • Creamy
    • Smooth
    • Thick

Taste / Aroma

Spot On is advertised as being tasteless and odorless. With the two ingredients for coolness and tingling being Peppermint Oil and Menthyl Lactate, a minty and a menthol related agent, there is no way it could be odorless or flavorless!!

The aroma is reasonably strong. It is not overpowering like a lintiment, but more sweet like a toothpaste. I would have to say that the person who decreed this was odorless had one hell of a cold that day!! This clears my sinuses a bit when I put it directly to my nose and sniff. The aroma does linger in the air for awhile, too.

The are not going to believe this one!! Yes, I did--it smelled kind of good, I mean, toothpaste doesn't taste that bad!! AND it is minty!! I took a small lick at the dollop on my finger. Take my advice and do NOT taste this yourself. It tastes very strong, bitter and will blow your sinuses and ears out---from the inside!! It tastes like Listerine with no sweetener that has menthol and a hint of eucalyptus added. My breath smelled fresh and kind of minty, though. My husband said that it does get a bit sweeter after it has absorbed into the skin and the smell has lightened. He did not mind the diluted taste, but would not like to taste it any sooner.
    • Bad taste
    • Strong smell
    • Strong taste


My lips, tongue, throat, and the inside of my mouth was cool and tingly. Also had a nasty coating, horrible and bitter menthol taste and I was seriously gagging. After a big glass of milk, I was able to function again.

After I was all settled back down, we decided to go ahead and give this cream a try. It worked great on my nipples and the sensual trails down my stomach gave me sexy goosebumps. My husband added a dab to the tip of the Chic Mini-Vibe. Bullseye!! I hit that G-spot target right away. Those who are still in the process of locating their G-spot may find the application a bit messy. You will have to either use a toy or your fingers, there is no applicator.

The tingly coolness was definitely starting to get something stimulated and I was eagerly anticipating the rest of the experience. Settling in, I was really enjoying the Spot On cream and decided to share the fun with my husband. All of a sudden....I realized it was not just the mountain behind us that was on fire!! I had one heck of a forest fir of my own burning!! I had to jump up and run to the restroom to take care of this issue. It did take a couple of washings to remove the cream completely. That is when I decided to do some research on a couple of ingredients. I am allergic to know the rest of the story.

My husband enjoyed the cool, fresh tingle and has now inherited the G-spot cream. It is known in our house now as the Spot On Head cream. It also doubles as a temporary lube for those solo sessions.
    • Allergy concerns
    • Needs to be washed off with soap and water
    • Performance

Special Features

Water, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Propanedlol, Glycerin, Polyacrylamide, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, C13-14 Isoparaffin, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Menthyl Lactate, Laureth-7, PPG-26-Buteth, PEG-40, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Propylene Glycol, Diazolldinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Red 33

***Contains Glycerin--do NOT use this product if you are allergic or sensitive to this ingredient!

**Contains parabens - Methylparaben & Propylparaben are preservatives that have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. There is some controvery about the parabens since they have been found to slightly mimic estrogen, are believed to cause early puberty in young girls and also have been found in breast cancer tumors. There is no solid evidence that parabens are damaging, however it has also not been found to be false either. It is better to be informed and make your own decision on using products containing these agents than to be ignorant of the facts.

**Methyl Lactate is a known irritant for many people. It is a menthol-like agent that cools the skin. Works with the Peppermint Oil for the cooling/tingling feelings experienced when using this cream.
    • Ingredients
    • Paraben explanation
    • Warnings
Follow-up commentary
While this is fun for my husband to use occasionally, it is not a product for me to enjoy. This gel contains Menthol and Menthol byproducts that I have an allergic reaction to when applied to my skin. Of course I did not know this prior to application, so I do recommend a small spot test before just diving in to use this gel as directed.

There is no applicator, so you must either use your fingers, which can be very messy, or use a plastic, glass or metal dildo or vibrator.
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  • Contributor: sweisb4100
    Thanks for the heads up that I could have a negative reaction!
  • Contributor: TJtheMadHatter
    Holy moly I'm glad you did this review! Bullet dodged.
  • Contributor: LoveX
    Thanks for the review! This stuff sounds kind of like icy hot!
  • Contributor: Badmew
    thanks for the info!
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