Rain of love G-spot cream - lubricant by Shunga Erotic Art - review by Eva Schwaltz

Rain of love G-spot cream

G-spot gel by Shunga Erotic Art

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Cream of Love

Rain of Love is the most effective G-spot cream I have tried so far. The guide it comes with contains very useful information that would be extremely helpful for a lot of people who aren’t totally familiar with their G-spots. The cream is also fun to use for enhancing your G-spot play, making it engorged, and giving you a nice tingly sensation.
Stimulating, Arousing, Informative packaging
Contains parabens and other ingredients some people might be sensitive to
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


Rain of Love from Shunga Erotic Art is a cream used to engorge the G-spot, but it also works on the clitoris. It is also supposed to intensify your orgasms, but I believe this varies from person to person.

The cream contains L-Arginine, so those who have genital herpes, or people who are pregnant should avoid using this product. It also has glycerine, so people who get reactions from that may also want to stay away from this product. The ingredients include: Aqua, Carthamus tinctorius oil, Glycerin, Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil, Acrylates, Crosspolymer, L-Arginine, Vitis vinifera seed oil, Sesamum indicum oil, Persea gratissima oil, Methyl paraben, Mentha piperita oil, Menthyl Lactate, Damiana, Epimedium, Triethanolamine, Propyl Paraben, Tocopherol.
  • 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
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

This cream is actually a lot thicker than other G-spot creams I’ve used. It is not thick like hair gel, but it has about the same consistency as hand lotion. A dime sized dab will stay on the finger without dripping everywhere. This is a huge advantage because it needs to be placed in such a small area. The cream is not very messy when it comes to applying it, and the consistency doesn’t change much when it is spread around. It absorbs very nicely without becoming sticky. It is also not greasy, or stringy, and the consistency remains the same throughout the entire bottle.
    • Creamy
    • Smooth
    • Thick

Taste / Aroma

It smells exactly like toothpaste or mouthwash. It is a light minty smell, so it shouldn’t bother most people. It is actually a pleasant odour since it isn’t very strong. As far as taste goes, it’s not very good. It tastes minty, but also very soapy, so I wouldn’t engage in oral while using this cream.
    • Bad taste
    • Light smell
    • Smells good


It does a pretty good job at engorging the areas it is put on, or at least makes them tingle. You have to wait for at least a couple of minutes for any noticeable effects to kick in. The booklet doesn’t specifically say how much you should apply, but it seems to imply that you’ll only need one dab. I usually use two dime sized dabs to get any noticeable effects. Everyone is different, so you may require less, or perhaps the cream may not work for you.

Rain of Love also works well on the clitoris. It produces a cool, tingly sensation, while making the area noticeably engorged and more sensitive. The cream is water based, latex safe, and compatible to use with all toy materials. In fact, the guide recommends that you use the cream with a toy of your choosing. The cream will absorb nicely, but it can also be washed off with little effort.
    • Allergy concerns
    • Long lasting
    • Performance


The packaging for the Rain of Love was really nice. The cream comes in a nice sturdy box that is good for storage. The box is rather bulky, so I just kept the cream and the booklet. If you left the cream out, I don’t think many people will know what it is. They’ll probably just assume it is makeup. It looks very similar to a bottle of foundation I have. The little bottle contains 1 fluid ounce, so some people may find this to be too pricy for such a small amount.

Also in the box is a little sheet of paper describing what Shunga means, and the history behind the name. Literally translated from Japanese, Shunga means “Image of spring.” The paper also contains a list of Shunga’s other products. Each of the products has a description, and it seriously makes me want to try them all.

And finally included is a booklet describing what the G-spot is, and how to use the Rain of Love cream, written in a variety of languages. The language is a lot more elegant than what I’ve seen in other packages. A lot of other company’s will just stick together a few diagrams, tell you to apply their product, insert some fingers, and well, good luck. The booklet you get with the Rain of Love really focuses more on the experience rather than their product. There are some diagrams, and a really good descriptive guide as to how things should feel, and what to expect.
    • Does not leak
    • Easy to use / dispense
    • Very informative packaging


After so many other creams have failed me, I at least noticed something from this one. It didn’t intensify my orgasms, but it left me with enough sensation to desire continuing on. The arousal effect is definitely correct.

I didn’t get any irritation from this cream, but you should always do a spot test on your arm before applying it to your G-spot. I highly recommend this cream, especially for people who are not that familiar with their G-spots.
    • Cooling
    • Increases sensativity
    • Tingling
Follow-up commentary
This was my favorite G-spot cream to use because it worked the best. It was easy to apply and didn't create a mess which a lot of other creams did. This is quite gentle so I definitely recommend it.
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