Soft moves massage cream by Shunga Erotic Art - review by Carrie Ann

Sweet, Sweet Raspberry Kisses

Shunga Massage Cream, while thin for a cream, adds a wonderful dimension to sensual massage in that it tastes as good as it smells. Sweet, fruity, fully absorbed by the skin, it's very kissable and even works well as an every day sort of lotion. A bit sticky in the heat, but otherwise fantastic!
Smells sweet, tastes good, lasts decently, absorbs well
A bit on the thin side for a cream, contains glycerin and petrolatum
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
I am forever a fan of Shunga and the Massage Cream only solidifies that fact.

It comes in the typical Shunga packaging; a black tub with Japanese art across the front and top. The generous 7 oz tub is short and squat with a wide mouth and a screw on lid.

I got the Raspberry Kisses flavor/scent and, while it does smell like raspberry, it smells more like a raspberry candy than an actual berry. It's sugary sweet and possibly too potent for those who prefer a more natural or lighter scent.

The cream itself is actually quite thin. You can dump it right out of the tub rather than having to dip your fingers in. It's good for massage, lasting about as long as any lotion does - maybe ten, fifteen minutes.

What I prefer it most for, however, is for use as a simple body cream. It keeps me smelling sweet and edible for a few hours, which is usually sure to lead to lots of kisses, licks, nips and frisky behavior. I like to layer it with the matching Sweet Snow by Shunga, which really makes the scent last a lot longer and turns me into an edible treat.

The cream spreads on easily, a little bit going a long way. If you get too much on your hands/body part, you really need to rub and rub and rub to make it sink in or spread out. Start with a small amount and work up to see how it absorbs rather than dumping out a huge handful.

The flavor is light, more sugary than raspberry-y. It's neither too much nor too little but sort of just right for a bit of kissy, licky fun. It does feel a little sticky when you first put it on - or if you start to sweat - but the stickiness fades and the cream pretty much absorbs in like any other lotion. Showering after use isn't really needed and it doesn't seem to stain sheets or clothing.

Be careful using this on your girl bits, however, as it does contain both glycerin and pertrolatum. Those who may be sensitive should avoid their vulva all together. Men are much more lucky and it actually works fairly well as a masturbation aid, with the added bonus of tasting good if you switch to oral lovin'.

All in all, I'm fond of the Shunga Massage Cream. I like KamaSutra better, but the Shunga is very nice.
Follow-up commentary
After a few months, I've decided I truly, truly like this as an actual massage cream - unlike the Kama Sutra body soufflé, which I use more as a lotion.

For a cream, it gives an amazingly long lasting massage and the fact that it's lickable and kissable thrills the nibbler in me.

It also blends really well with my cotton candy body spray, so when I DO use it as a lotion, I smell like a sweet treat at the state fair.

What? Nothing wrong with that. :P

On a serious note, this is definitely worth it's cost, as I've covered an entire body in it at least 15 -20 times and have not even used half the container.
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