Please Stroke Cream

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Please Stroke Cream

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Add a bit of polish to your private pleasure sessions with Please Stroke Cream.

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Add a bit of polish to your private pleasure sessions with Please Stroke Cream. Designed for men, this high-quality cream offers a slick texture for smooth stroking during self-stimulation. Specially formulated with all natural and moisturizing ingredients, Please Stroke Cream is a great, long lasting alternative to petroleum-based creams, with a light, sweet scent to stimulate all your senses. Though not latex-compatible and not recommended for intercourse, Please Stroke Cream is the perfect accessory for taking matters into your own hands!

Please Stroke Cream
1oz or 3oz sizes
Not latex safe
External Use
No animal products or animal testing

Animal product-free -- You might be surprised at how many products contain animal products. You can be sure that items that earn this leaf aren’t made with any.

Natural ingredients -- More products, especially lubricants, are being made from natural ingredients. Less processing and fewer artificial materials means more ecorotic®.

Made in the USA -- Many sex toy and products are produced overseas. Choosing one that's manufactured and assembled in the United States reduces shipping and has a lower carbon footprint.

Please Note: The Please Stroke Cream is wonderful as its low melting point works great to melt quickly and easily with body heat. The low melting point may also make it melt in the box when shipping to warmer climates or in warmer seasons. Please consider 3-day shipping or faster as well as having a cool place for this to safely arrive when being delivered.

Brand: Pleasure Works

Product Details

Ingredients: Shea Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Purified Water, Candililla Wax, Jojoba Oil, Stearic Acid, Emulsifying Wax, Vegetable Glycerin, Sunflower Oil, Aloe Vera Leaf Extract, Optiphen

Reviews & Ratings

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Customer Reviews
Great but bring back the larger size!! - August 9, 2018
Reviewed By: jbbbrrra

This stuff is the best, but I want the larger size again!

A third review - August 11, 2014
Reviewed By: edger

It seems that the large tubes are now out of stock? Could we be blessed with a return of the old containers and not wasting what was left in those useless tubes? ~hoping~

a second review - April 24, 2013
Reviewed By: edger

Yes, really. This new packaging sucks, put simply. Enough of the labels black ink deteriorating onto your cock. The tubes are difficult to dispense and the last of the product is wasted. Luckily I saved an old container so the excellent stroke cream is first squeezed into the open wide mouth container which is soooo easy to use.
Where's R&D when you need them? Let's redesign this (again) folks!

A Good Product, Sadly Not As Great As Before - February 23, 2013
Reviewed By: Iraira

The old Please Stroke Cream was a five star product (or even more), but sadly the new tube packaging versus the old jar definitely brings things down a star. The cream can have its oil separate in hot weather, with the old jar you could just stir it back in, with the tube you are forced to just let it run out first. The black label on the tube is very cheap, little black particles of the label flake off and stick to everything. And the tube is also very cheap plastic, almost impossible to remove the final (and expensive) cream, with the jar you could actually use all the product you purchased. The new packaging is a step back in every way, it has taken a truly superb, classy and sophisticated product and turned it into something cheaper, good but no longer great.
However, it is worth noting that the cream is still as good as before, but once you use the new tube, you'll realize it is now inferior to the previous incarnation, an embarrassment when compared to how great it used to be.

Still Great but Less for More - November 15, 2012
Reviewed By: edger

This is still the best stroke cream despite it's re-packaging and higher cost. What was wrong with the old canisters?

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