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

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Oral Sex Candy Spray, Good In Theory

This doesn't make a very good candy spray, unless you're going on scent alone, and it doesn't encourage anyone to want to do oral more. I like that the ingredients list isn't a mile long, but what good does that do you if the ingredients that ARE there taste terrible? The fact that it contains glycerin will mean that most people won't want to spread it on their genitals anyways.
-Spray bottle
-Smells good
-Terrible taste
-Consistency of watered down bubbles
-Contains glycerin
Rating by reviewer:
useful review
Oral Sex Candy Spray, by Zero Tolerance, which is a division of Evolved Novelties, is intended to be misted onto the genitals to add a fun flavor when you're giving head. It's not a lubricant and shouldn't be used as one, especially because the first ingredient is glycerin, which can cause yeast infections in a lot of people. The entire ingredients list is here:

Glycerin, Purified Water (Aqua), Flavor, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Citric Acid

The ingredients list is actually pretty small, and it's nice that there's nothing on there that you can't easily figure out with a bit of high school chemistry. Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate are both preservatives commonly found in foods, which means that if you eat this, you're not doing yourself any undue harm.

The candy spray is available in four flavors, and we tried the watermelon. It also comes in pear, raspberry, strawberry and cherry. The bottle holds 2 fl. oz., which is more than enough for several uses because it goes on in a fine mist. It's very runny, like water, and luckily doesn't get sticky if you leave it on the skin too long. Because it's glycerin and water-based, this can easily be compared to a watered down bubble-blowing fluid, the kind kids might use in the summer. It's pretty slippery to use and can be washed off easily with soap and water.

It smells very good, like watermelon candy, so they definitely got that part right. The taste is so bad that my girlfriend didn't even ask me to try it when she got it. It is bitter and tastes like a watered-down bubble blowing mixture too, and makes you feel like there are a lot more chemical ingredients than there actually are. I don't think that I dislike it as much as she does, so you may find that your experience is slightly different. This definitely doesn't inspire me to want to do oral, though.

You can clean up this spray with some soap and water or an Eden Wipe: luckily it's not hard to do because it doesn't get sticky. The bottle is really easy to use, because it's just a simple press-down spray bottle, and there's a little cap to make sure that you don't accidentally press it. The bottle looks pretty ridiculous, though, like something you'd expect to find in a 70's porno. There's a mouth with the tongue licking its lips, which has an oddly photoshopped candy heart stuck on.
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  • JADE76
    i have some and i love how it tastes
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