Rain of love G-spot cream - arousal lube by Shunga Erotic Art - review by *Huxley*

Rain of love G-spot cream

G-spot gel by Shunga Erotic Art

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Drip that love.

Look no further if you want to feel your G-spot without working at it. Rain of Love lets you know it's working. Tingling-warming sensations coincide for great orgasms that will make you feel more in tune to what's going on. Beautiful packing makes this ideal. The inside is where the real gift is hiding.
No taste, Scent, orgasm intensity increased, tingly, beautiful packaging.
THIN/Lotion drips out quickly,
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
(1) Nice reusable box worthy of gifting to a friend or lover.
(1) Little folded flyer with a bit of history of Shunga, as well as a quick write up of their other products.
(1) Booklet titled "How to discover your G spot." It includes diagrams of a cross section showing where your G spot is as well as various positions to help hit it. Featuring titles such as:
"What is the G spot"
"Discovering your G spot"
"Pleasure for One"
"Pleasure for Two"
"Arousing the G Spot During Intercourse"
(1) 1 fluid oz bottle of Rain of Love. It is small and matte white with a glossy black twist off top. The bottle is 2" across by 4" tall. It fits nicely in the palm of your hand. The bottle is inconspicuous and looks similar to a foundation bottle for make up. The cap sits on the bottom, making sure you get each drop. And it will, since as soon as you twist off the cap the Rain of Love comes falling out. You need to be careful when holding this way as some does tend to drip out as it pleases.

How does it work? Well the ingredients have a lot to do what that:

Aqua: is used as a solvent in which it dissolves many of the ingredients. It also helps to form emulsions thus combining ingredients.
Carthamus tinctorius oil: Also known as Safflower oil, is a moisturizer. It can go rancid easily so don't let this bottle go to waste.
Glycerin*: is a humectant, meaning it attracts moisture to your skin. It can also be used as a solvent.
Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil: Also known as Almond oil, is a moisturizer. It also helps to balance the loss and absorption of moisture.
Acrylates: are the salts and esters of acrylic acid. They are used as a bonding agent.
Crosspolymer: The Acrylates need something to bond to, thus the Crosspolymer. This gives the emulsion of the Rain of Love the 'slip' that it has.
L-Arginine**: helps direct a higher blood flow to the clitoral and vaginal tissues, making them more sensitive and responsive to sexual stimulation.
Vitis vinifera seed oil: Also known as Grape Seed oil, is a moisturizer. It has mildly astringent qualities, which help to tighten and tone the skin.
Sesamum indicum oil: Also known as Sesame seed oil, is a moisturizer. It helps slow the loss of water from the skin by forming a barrier on the skin’s surface.
Persea gratissima oil: Also known as Avocado oil, is a moisturizer. It significantly increases the amount of collagen in the skin.
Methyl paraben: Is an anti-fungal and preservative.
Mentha piperita oil: Also known as peppermint oil, it is a rejuvenating agent and caused a cooling feeling when placed on skin.
Menthyl Lactate: Is used as a cooling agent and fragrance. It is a derivative of menthol and is supposed to be less irritating than menthol.
Damiana: Is a shrub from Central America. It is said that Mexican Indians drank Damiana tea mixed with sugar for use as an aphrodisiac.
Epimedium: Also known as Horny Goat Weed. It is said to possess aphrodisiac qualities.
Triet: No clue. I cannot find anything with this as an ingredient. I will update as soon as I find more.

*Glycerin may promote or exacerbate vaginal yeast infections in persons who are susceptible.
**L-Arginine causes outbreaks if you suffer Herpes or cold sores.

Ultimately what Rain of Love does is offer a great moisturizer for your vagina. The creamy white lotion offers this with a nice slip and has viscosity of a lightweight lotion. It is somewhat drippy. It isn't off putting and covers well, meaning you only need a little bit to start with. It dries clean on skin without an after effect of sticky or tacky left overs. It doesn't seem to show a trace at all once dried.
It has a cooling effect due to the peppermint oil and the scent of that as well. It's a sweet, subtle smell and is not over bearing.
When tasting, you would assume it would taste minty. In fact there is no flavor present whatsoever.
The grape seed oil is said to offer a minor amount of tightening to the skin, but it isn't noticeable. Glycerin, since it is a humectant, will cause a drying effect. The various different oils in Rain of Love help even this out.
The L-Arginine is the big deal in this bottle. L-Arginine is said increase blood flow, thus making your lady bits more sensitive.

If you have any irritation, discontinue use immediately. Pregnant women should not use Rain of Love.

Rain of Love has a 12 month expiration notice on the box.
To apply: Open the bottle and with one or two fingers, squirt some on. With your other hand, spread the lips of your vagina. Bend your fingers with the cream applied ever so slightly. Insert your fingers into your vagina with the pad for your fingers and cream facing up towards your belly. Rub the cream on your G-spot. Your G-spot is about 2" up from the vaginal opening. It is a harder, quarter sized paraurethal gland and it's a bit ridged, almost like a walnut. The texture is different then the rest of your vagina. So, if you find a hard lumpy-esque mass in there- that's your G -spot! Once the cream is applied, you have no more then 30 minutes to enjoy it. So get busy!

There is an obvious presence of Rain of Love once applied. It was not a mind blowing sensation. I guess I expected more since it is so expensive. The intensity is somewhat weak, and over applying didn't make a difference for me. There was a tingling sensation accompanied by a faint warmth once I got it. I did notice that the overall feel inside of my vagina was slightly enhanced. If anything, it made me more in tune to what was happening to me. The feeling of having a penis or dildo inside of my vagina was felt more thoroughly. It was an enjoyable experience. My orgasms were felt more and were easily attained. It also felt nice using it on the clit. I will be using it up before the expiration date.

I did notice that using lube somewhat diluted the tingling sensation. If you were to use lube, I would apply the cream, wait for it to work, and then apply the lube. This cream is safe for use with condoms and various toy materials. I am unsure of the effects with topical birth control or spermicides but wouldn't risk it.

I am rating it 4 stars. It would be 5 if it wasn't for the price and the fact that it is so thin! I wish it was thicker. It took a bit to figure out how to apply the cream with out loosing it which was a bummer since it's so expensive.
Follow-up commentary
This is okay, long term the novelty has worn off. Yeah it tingles, but so do most other lubes. This is less sticky then your day to day lube, granted. But that is not worth the price long term.
It's a great gift, packaged beautifully, but a waste. It's too bulky to store long term in the gift box. Leaving a teeny bottle to be lost within the mass of lube and toys.
Meh. Over it.
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  • Who / How / What
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Everyone
    • Masturbation
    • Mood enhancer
  • Where
    [ ? ]
    Where / what types of places can this product be used?
    • Anywhere
  • Features
    [ ? ]
    What kind of features does this product offer?
    • Travel friendly
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Clitoris
    • G-spot
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