Soccer Dad and I dimmed the lights, lit a few candles and lathered on the lube. My first reaction was to the scent. The bottle was labeled French Lavendar and had a familiar sweet smell.
"Does it smell like Fruit Loops?" I asked while Soccer Dad continued his stringent testing regiment.
He nodded but did not slow down. Fruit Loops is not an offensive smell—maybe not the sexiest smell—but certainly nothing to spoil your sex session over. The only real problem with the scent is that is got me thinking about food.
The lube wasn't sticky and seemed to lubricate my vagina with ease. Soccer Dad gave it the taste test as well. Just like the smell, he thought it tastes almost fruity, like citrus. This was unexpected, but definitely not bad. A woman could do far worse than to taste like fresh fruit.
Most important of all, the lube lasted as long as we needed it too and kept us both from chafing. Also, the natural ingredients make the lube perfectly safe to ingest or to use with condoms. With any luck Aloe Cadabra will help overpower that icky, condom taste - next trial run I guess.
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