Review: Pjur MySpray

I love a good stimulating cream or gel (or whatever form they come in) so I was intrigued by the Pjur MySpray Stimulation Spray.  FunWares was kind enough to send it to me

The Run Down:

  • Toy Type:  Arousal spray
  • Manufacturer:  Pjur
  • Ingredients:  Propylene Glycol, Aloe Baradensis Gel, Water, Methyl Nicotinate
  • Size:  0.68 fl oz
  • Price:  $19.95
  • Pros:  Doesn’t stain;  Safe for all toys and condoms;  No glycerin or parabens
  • Cons:  Doesn’t spray well;   Sharp bad smell if you get it near your face;  Doesn’t stimulate well or last long;  Feels a bit greasy;  Doesn’t spray upside down
  • Overall Rating: 1/5
  • Recommended: No

pjur myspray stimulating spray

The box

The mySpray comes in a small bright pink box.  It also has a silhouette of a woman in heels and short skirt.  It’s an overall attractive package and very feminine.  It also has several different languages on the package.  On the front it says “best erotic performance” which I’m not sure what it means by that.  Will you have your best erotic performance when you use it?  Or that this product has the best erotic performance?  The back goes into a little more detail saying that it stimulates to enhance feeling and pleasure.  The bottle inside the box is a small 0.68 fluid oz bottle.  It’s the same bright pink and overall design, so I would probably stick it in a drawer out of sight.  It doesn’t have any real info about the product itself.  It has a pull off cap that reveals a spray top.

The spray itself, unfortunately, does not spray well.  I expect a “spray” to be a mist.  This does shot out, but it doesn’t mist, it just shoots out in a stream.  It also won’t spray well upside down, which is kind of a pain as that’s the easiest way to hold it to spray on yourself.  That can still be easier to squirt it right on your clit, than trying to apply it from a pump, but the jet can be a bit of a shock if you’re not expecting it.  It’s also very thin and it will run quickly after you squirt it so be prepared to rub it in quickly.  I got a bunch on my sheets the first few times I used it, but it doesn’t seem to stain or anything.  It is a water based product so it is compatible with all toys and condoms.  I did notice it can feel a bit greasy, especially on your fingers, but it will wash off easily.  I also found that it has a rather sharp chemical smell, but only at a close distance.  It smells sort of like alcohol or cat pee or I don’t know, it doesn’t smell good at all.  I haven’t braved tasting it either.

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The bottle and spray top

As far as the stimulation aspect of it, I found it to be very lacking.  If I sprayed it on my fingers and rubbed it in there was a very slight warming sensation for a few seconds.  When I spray it directly on my clit it warms a good bit, but it only lasts a short time.  In the ingredients, I’m not really sure what is supposed to be “stimulating”.  It’s just water, propylene glycol, aloe, and methyl nicotinate.  I did read though that methyl nicotinate can be used as an external analgesic, which to me seems like the opposite of stimulating.  I didn’t find it to be numbing though.  Either way, I didn’t find it brought about “best erotic performance”.

Overall, I was disappointed with the pjur MySpray.  Pjur is 0/2 for me right now and I feel unlikely to try anymore.  The spray does very little stimulating for me and it does have a pretty bad smell if you get it too close to your face.  For the price I would not recommend it, I would suggest trying anther stimulating product, perhaps the Orgasmix (which I also reviewed) as it seemed to do a lot more for me.

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*This review was sponsored by FunWares, the product was sent to me free of charge to provide my honest opinion with no form of compensation*

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