OK, what is the difference between the other chamois butters and HooHa?
It seems the texture, and lubricant are very different. Unfortunately the only thing I can explain it to is like KY. It is a lot more slippery it seems.
I am intrigued by this cream, yet at the same time am reluctant to abandon my trusty DZnuts, which I have feminised and therefore claimed for use by our gender. The DZ cream has tea tree oil which prevents infection. Does the HH cream have a similar ingredient? Looking forward to your report : )
its very usefull
Hi Ladies, great questions, I am the co owner of Reflect Sports, founder of Hoo Ha Ride Glide. Laurie and I were using DZ Nuts and found that some of the active ingredients (the ones that tend to sting a bit and or cause numbing) can cause infections for women – so we decided to hire a chemist and only choose ingredients that are safe for a women and our parts. We did include healing properties such as lavender, tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil and black licorice so that you have a fresh cool feeling, but at the same time provide you with the protection needed for a long ride. (most chamois butters only have prtoection component, not the anti inflamatory, moisturizing and healing propertioes. We also made sure it was a creamy moisturizing consistency and not greasy (who wants a waxy greasy feeling on their hoo ha) and it stays on in the water (for those of us who do triathlons). Why settle for nut cream, women have differnt needs !
ok, I may have significant post-graduate education but I dont get how this stuff and/or other similar products work – I am not entirely clear exactly where all you experienced riders are putting this stuff. I am relatively new to cycling. I wear pair of biking shorts when I ride (usually 25-45 miles at a time)- I generally dont wear underwear when I ride (feels too bulky) I sometimes get a little chafing directly on the labia on outside portion of vaginal opening. Can I put the Hoo-Ha directly on this area? do I put this stuff directly on the padding of my shorts? either way, am I at risk to get yeast infection? please straighten me out once and for all…thanks.
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I was reading the comments and read Lisa Segel’s questions above. I too am new (brand new) to cycling and would like to know the answers to her questions. Thanks.
I deal with two things when riding and yes this is where we get personal.
#1 is basic chaffing where your skin is being rubbed against the saddle. This is why you want to avoid seams on the contact of your saddle.
#2 is the folds of your crotch, them being lubed (in my feeling) helps things move easier and not rub or “stick”
I looked al over the internet to find a product adapted for woman, but I can’t get hold of it in Europe. Amazon won’t ship it, and in Europe there is no way to find any of them.
Hoo Ha is fabulous. I just spread it all over my lower female parts (labia, the place where your leg joins your crotch and so on). it’s particularly good post-ride b/c of it’s soothing, healing properties. I have very thin, sensitive skin (in other words, easily rubbed off) and I’m post menopausal, so my tissue “down there” is drier. I LOVE this stuff and won’t ever buy anything else.
I have recently use and I am a believer!!! This is a must for riding!!
I usually don’t post reviews, but our team loves Hoo Ha.