Oral sex candy spray - lubricant by Evolved Novelties - review by surreptitious

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I smell sex and candy

The other flavors in this line may be worth giving a go - this Oral Sex Candy Spray smells good, is easy to clean, doesn't get sticky or tacky, and comes in a good-quality bottle. Watermelon, however, was a rather large disappointment. The taste didn't last, however in this case, that was actually a good thing! A mouthful of chemicals is the last thing that I need.
Smells good
Good quality bottle
Water-based (easy to clean, safe for toys)
Chemical taste
Contains glycerin
Does not last
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review


This Oral Sex Candy Spray is listed on Eden as being manufactured by Evolved Novelties. I couldn't find any evidence of this on the bottle or the website that Zero Tolerance - the apparent manufacturer - is a branch of Evolved Novelties. They very well may be, but if so, it's very well-hidden information.

This product is quite straight-forward and can easily be summed up by the name: it's a candy-flavored spray intended for use during oral sex. It is recommended for use during fellatio, cunnilingus and analingus. It could also easily be spritzed onto breasts, the stomach, or any other areas that may be licked and sucked. This product is not a lubricant, simply a flavored spray, and though it is quite slippery, it is far too runny and lacks the staying power to replace a lube.


This is water-based, and is safe for use with condoms and toys. Because this contains glycerin, be cautious if you are prone to yeast infections or UTIs. Glycerin is processed like a sugar in the body, and can irritate your nether regions if you are sensitive. Sodium benzoate is a highly controversial preservative that is linked to an increase in hyperactivity among those suffering from ADHD. Because those studies have been done in children, the validity of this concern is still up in the air. It is commonly found in fruits and other fruits, so it is a naturally occurring substance. Potassium sorbate is another salt used as a preservative, though it is generally considered quite safe in small doses.

This product is available in pear, watermelon, cherry, strawberry and raspberry. As the watermelon is the only variety that I own, all taste and aroma evaluations will be based on this flavor. The bottle contains 59mL (or 2 fl. oz) of product.
  • 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
  • Body / part areas
    [ ? ]
    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Oral

Texture / Consistency / Thickness / Viscosity

This substance is about as viscous as water, and pours very easily. It would definitely spill everywhere if the lid were to come loose, so make sure that you keep your bottle done up tightly. When spritzed, the product spreads out quite a bit over your skin at first. The misting cap is really quite good at dispersing the Oral Sex Candy Spray, and though I've had to tweak the lighting so that you could easily see where the spray has landed and I look like a plague victim, hopefully the picture gives you some idea of the coverage of this spray. I spritzed this mist from about three or four inches away from my hand - if you move further away, you'll get a thinner coverage over a larger area. Closer will bring you more product in a smaller area.

After being allowed to sit for a few seconds unattended, the spray will bead together on your skin. It is quite slippery, and doesn't get sticky or tacky, but it doesn't have the qualities of a good lubricant. The more you spritz on, the less it will stay in place, so it does run down your skin if you use too much. Adding more doesn't make it last significantly longer.
    • Beads
    • Slick

Taste / Aroma

Upon smelling this, I was actually quite excited. If you ever had Warheads candy as a child (or as an adult), the scent was nearly identical to that of the sour watermelon candies. It wasn't the overly sweet watermelon that I had originally expected, but was definitely a pleasant surprise. The taste, on the other hand, was anything but pleasant - the packaging states that there is no aftertaste, and this is technically true, but that's because the product itself tastes so very much like you've won the chemical concoction lottery. I didn't feel like I was tasting watermelon at all, but rather that I was licking up a miscellaneous pile of liquid off of a mad scientist's floor. Thankfully, as they said - the aftertaste faded very quickly, and I was left deciding whether to check and see if the second lick was as terrible as the first. I figured that it couldn't be any worse and gave the back of my hand another lick, only to find that there was hardly any product (or taste) left at all. Were this to be used for oral sex, it would require near-constant reapplication.
    • Bad taste
    • Smells good


Since the product faded after a single big lick, I don't think that it would be very effective even if one liked the flavor. Had I taken several smaller tastes, this would have been a different story - perhaps it would be a good product for teasing. For full-blown oral sex, however, this definitely doesn't stay flavored long enough to make it worth having applied in the first place.

I did like that this product was slick enough to make it easy to lap it up - I got a massive mouthful because it was so easy to just slide my tongue across the surface of my skin. It didn't leave my skin feeling sticky or tacky after it had been licked up, however I washed my hands with soap and warm water to make sure that I got all of it off. Soap and water is the recommended form of removal by the product description on the bottle, but I think that an Eden Wipe would work just as well if you want to clean up. If you're using this for oral sex, you are unlikely to need to clean it up after use.
    • Reapply often


This Candy Spray comes in a small cylindrical misting bottle. The body of the bottle is clear and the lid is black, covered with a clear cap to prevent you from accidentally triggering the spray. Even though I'm never going to use this product again, I may empty out the bottle for reuse with body mists and such. I've had no problems with leaking, and even better, the plastic tubing is long enough to reach the bottom of the bottle so that you don't wind up with half an inch of product you can't access.

The bottle itself is not discreet. The front bears a rather large pair of lips and the words "Zero Tolerance Oral Sex Candy." It's really rather tacky, but the sticker could easily be peeled off of the bottle if desired. The bottle is of a convenient size to fit in your purse, and there are warnings and directions written in four languages.

    • Can be opened with one hand
    • Not discreet
    • Recyclable


A (fantastic) friend of mine told me that she could not use this, and asked if I would like to take it off of her hands. I do not need any real motivation to perform oral sex, however I quite like sweet, flavored lubricants, and the word "Watermelon" had me hooked before it ever got here. Unfortunately, this never made it past the taste-test stage and into the bedroom. Because I am not fond of receiving oral sex, I didn't even ask my partner to give this a try. I normally don't have any problem with artificial sweeteners, however some combination of the ingredients here left me with a rather unfortunate taste in my mouth. If you're not sensitive to glycerin and wish to use this to add a fruity watermelon scent to the room when masturbating or having sex, this spray would actually work quite well for a while - the scent doesn't last forever either, but if you're not licking it off, it can linger.
Follow-up commentary
This has gone into the trash, and I won't be trying something similar any time soon. As someone who enjoys giving oral, there's just no point! If it's not fun, then I'll have fun without it.
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  • PropertyOfPotter
    Thanks for the review! I had been considering this, but now I think I'll pass!
  • PeaceToTheMiddleEast
    Thanks for sharing!
  • Zombirella
    This sounds like a waste! I'll stick with the Max head and Crazy girl brand.
  • Wicked Wahine
    Oh my, tastes like you've "won the chemical concoction lottery " & "licking up a miscellaneous pile of liquid off of a mad scientist's floor," LMAO! I love your descriptions, they amuse me to no end! However, the product doesn't not sound amusing it all, too bad! Thanks for a great review!
  • sunflower
    I loved Warheads as a kid! Seconding Wahine on the mad scientist floor and lottery quotes. You have a way with words, madame! The cheap 90s looking graphic design and fonts on the bottle gave it away as cheap chemical crap to me.
  • ImaGodiva
    Great review, thanks. I second Zombirella on the Crazy Girl stuff. But that's just because I love Cotton Candy.
  • Thea Gregory
    Good review!
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