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Chamois cream for cycling: Group test of the best chamois creams

Believe it or not this is based on a cream for cows udders, which someone discovered, was also good for cycling. I’m not sure how.

It is a thicker cream that claims to act as a barrier to moisture as well as stopping friction. It certainly feels much thicker than all the others in the test but also more watery – a strange combination. It’s not got a smooth consistency and really doesn’t last long at all. It was almost as if the water evaporates and there is nothing left. It sort of feels like a moisturizer, but is the least expensive of the creams in this test.

Interestingly this is the least smelly and the only cream not to contain lavender oil or anything ‘cooling’. Overall I was not very impressed with the consistency but did like the more subtle scent.

Udderly Smooth (225g RRP £9.99)


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