Petite oral sex candy spray - lubricant by Evolved Novelties - review by SneakersAndPearls

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It's like candy! Only not.

This spray does a great job at covering unwanted tastes and smells, but whether the faux watermelon flavor and scent is any better is questionable.
Covers most scents
Covers most tastes
Some won't like the taste
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
I wasn't too enthused when I received Zero Tolerence's Oral Sex Spray in watermelon flavor. The tongue licking a piece of candy on the bottle looks more silly than sexy to me, but that's a question of personal preference. The bottle lists some general information, including the ingredients:

Purified Water (Aqua)
Sodium Benzoate
Potassium Sorbate
Citric Acid

The liquid is pretty thin and is just ever so slightly thicker than water. Don't think that you can use this as a lubricant. You can't. Under the warnings on the bottle, it cautions that the spray is very slippery. I guess it would be if you did something likes spill it on the floor, but be aware that it is not even close to slick enough to be used as a lubricant, despite being labeled as “safe for sex” and “vaginal safe.”

Let's start by discussing the smell. It does not smell anything like watermelon. It does smell sweet and reminds me of hand lotion. I imagine it's the glycerin that gives it that sweet scent, but it doesn't really smell like watermelon.

Let's go on to the taste. Does it taste like watermelon? Eh...sort of. To be more specific, it tastes like candy that's trying to taste like watermelon, but not quite as sweet. I guess I could say that though it doesn't exactly taste good, it doesn't taste awful, either. It reminds me a lot of hard candy, which I never cared for. Whether you actually like the taste is going to vary person to person and unfortunately, I can't tell you whether you'll like it.

What I can do is tell you how well it works for covering up tastes and odors. Of course, this spray means body odors from oral sex activities, but even then the strength of the smell being covered will vary from almost no scent to a strong musk, depending on the person it is used on. With that in mind, I decided to go into my kitchen and find ingredients that have a very strong scent and taste to see just how good this spray is at covering. You know, for science. I figured if it could cover these scents and tastes, it could cover anything.

First, I rubbed some raw ginger on the back of my hand. Then I sprayed over top of that. I smelled and found the spray covered the scent entirely. Then I licked, and found the taste was covered as well.

Next, I put a little pickle juice on. Thank goodness no one saw me do this. I can only imagine how weird it looked. Anyway, I sprayed over it. The pickle smell was gone. When I tasted, there was a very slight pickle taste, but only slight. It was enough, though, that it tasted pretty funky.

Finally, I rubbed a raw garlic clove on my hand. The spray covered the garlic scent and most of the taste, with the exception of the spiciness of the garlic.

I think I can say with a fair amount of confidence that this spray will cover most unwanted tastes and smells. However, I do need to point out that the very first ingredient listed is glycerin. If you have a sensitivity or have a concern about glycerin's effect on vaginal infections, I would skip this spray, especially if you intend on using it for cunnilingus or fellatio that will flow into PIV sex.

Overall, I'm not in love with this spray, but I don't hate it, either.
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  • FieryRed
    Thanks for the science experiments! Anything with glycerin is a no-no for me.
  • PropertyOfPotter
    Thanks for the review! I almost wish we could have see footage of your science experiment!
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