SHUNGA “Rain of Love” G-Spot Cream



Because love is art

That right there is SHUNGA’s slogan, and it couldn’t be more perfect. Everything about their product range is beautifully created, from the gorgeous, Geisha adorned boxes, to the corked apothecary jars that contain brilliantly coloured oils, and that’s before you even consider their attractively put together gift sets.

A lovely man at SHUNGA called Jean-Pierre arranged for a parcel of products to be sent to me for review, and once they arrived, they made my day. As I thoroughly expected it would, the packaging bowled me over. I’ve had a huge interest in the glamorous yet difficult lives of Geisha ever since I picked up Arthur Golden’s book when I was seventeen, so before I even got my hands on the actual products, I was in love.


Amongst the contents of said parcel was this “Rain of Love” G-Spot Arousal Cream.

Inside the beautiful box you’ll find a little folded leaflet showcasing SHUNGA’s range, a ‘Guide to discovering your G-Spot’ booklet, and a 30ml bottle of cream. I’ve just spotted this very cream for sale today at £22.00, so it isn’t the cheapest G-Spot stimulating product out there, but the question is, does it deserve the price tag? Is it more than just fancy packaging?


Well the answer to that, is YES! Oh my giddy good god, yes!

The Rain of Love cream has a similar consistency to baby lotion, and has a very mild scent of powdered peppermint toothpaste, which is enough to be mouth-watering but not overpowering. It’s snow white in appearance, so if it’s being applied by your lover, they can quite easily see where it’s going. The Fella likes that, as there’s been a few occasions where clear gel versions have dripped off his fingers or the toy he’s wielding to never be seen again, but if this goes astray, he can easily spot it and retrieve it.


Now the ingredients list is quite possibly taller than me. I didn’t spot any of the baddies like parabens or propylene glycol, but there is glycerine in there. From what I understand, it’s the peppermint oil and L-Arginine that perform the magic, and boy, do they deliver.

After applying a drop or two of the cream to the tip of my favourite glass dildo, the Fella carefully inserted it inside me, pressing down toward my rear walls as he went to make sure as much of the cream made it inside me as was possible.

The bits that remained outside of me caused a lot of warmth, but nothing even close to a burn. It felt nice whenever the Fella blew cool air on me, and once I started to interfere and move my own fingers over my vulva, it made my clit tingle into the bargain.


At first, I didn’t really think much was happening. I could feel the coldness of the chilled dildo stroking against my G-Spot, but the cream didn’t work as quickly as some others we’ve tried did.

After a few minutes, I felt it start to work. My G-Spot became more sensitive than it usually would be so early on in a session, and I actually asked the Fella to grind the dildo into me rather than thrust. Then I demanded a re-application, not because it was fading, but because I wanted more of that swelling, warming sensation.

I’m a squirter anyway, so I don’t believe the cream actually helped me produce the “Rain of Love” that soaked through yet another damned towel, but I really do believe it made the orgasm I had more potent, because my G-Spot was so much more receptive to stimulation.

I will openly admit that the Rain of Love G-Spot Arousal Cream has kicked my all-time favourite off the top spot. The fact that it’s cream and not gel makes 30ml go a long way, and though I did reapply, it wasn’t actually necessary. The sensations it offers develop slowly, but last much longer than other products, so all it needs is a chance to get going.

I love the stuff, and I will definitely buy more once this bottle is empty.

The SHUNGA “Rain of Love” G-Spot Arousal Cream was sent to me by SHUNGA in exchange for an honest review. This in no way influences my opinions, which are now, and will forever be, my own. No affiliate links were used in this post.


4 thoughts on “SHUNGA “Rain of Love” G-Spot Cream

  1. Hello Scandarella,
    I read some of your reviews so i can buy nice stuff for me and my girlfriend, but we are not that used to this kind of stuff. It is I the one who likes buying new stuff and to experiment. But oh well, that is not the point. The thing is i actually bought this cream, and have 2 kind of… difficulties with this cream. The first one is how to apply it correctly without it… you know,not entering correctly or where we think the G spot is, which we both think is the general place for most women, near the entrance, in the ”front wall” should i say? Anyways that is the first one. The second one is actually that sometimes when we have tried to apply it, sometimes she feels like a burning sensation and sometimes not at all, and her normal skin doesn’t react to it at all!
    Also when we think we managed to do this properly, i’m not experienced enough to say this, but the more aroused she is, the harder is for her to reach climax!!! Is it weird? Sorry for asking you so much questions.
    Hope your dreams come true!
    Atte. Ricardo from South America.

    1. Hey Ricardo!

      Right, I’ll tackle your questions one at a time. Application of internal creams can be quite awkward, I’m forever wiping them off on my entrance and having to try again. The way I get more of it in me than on me is to put it on the pads of two fingers and then when inserting hook them back slightly while pushing down on the rear wall to have a better chance of curving around the pubic bone. Your partner’s g-spot can be located anywhere between 2 and 4 inches on the front wall and it can be felt whether she’s fully aroused or not. Before full arousal, it has quite a different texture to the rest of the vaginal canal, kinda like a ridged, slightly rough patch. When she’s fully aroused it swells and feels firmer with a walnut-like texture.

      If a person experiences stinging/burning or any other discomfort while using anything on their genitals I would say stop. Leave it maybe a week and then try again (if she wants to) and if it still causes problems discontinue use. In many of these products, the active ingredient irritates the body, encouraging blood to flow to an area and make it swell in order to protect it. If your partner has any fissures (cuts/cracks in the vulva/vagina that can be so fine they’re hard to see) or underlying infections (even UTIs) or even just extra sensitivity from previous sex, these creams can be very unpleasant.

      As for her struggling to climax when she’s super excited, t definitely isn’t weird. I’m not a sex therapist so I can only give you reasons it could be happening from my personal experiences. For me, stuff like mental distractions can cause my brain to be out of sync with my body and that makes orgasm difficult to achieve. So can wanting an orgasm so much and concentrating so hard on getting it I actually block it. Have you ever heard the phrase a watched pot never boils? It’s a similar thing to that. Encourage her to just enjoy the intimacy and body contact of what you’re doing together and she may end up relaxed enough and turned on enough to have an explosive orgasm. There’s also the possibility that she’s being desensitised. If her clitoris is really sensitive it’s likely that it can easily end up numb and once that happens climax can feel like it’s never gonna happen. If you find that this could be the case maybe be a little gentler with it or build her up a bit slower to see if that helps.


      1. Thanks a lot Ellla!
        I totally agree with what you say! Her skin is sensitive though so maybe we shouldn’t just use it, idk why sometimes she didn’t have any problems, but better not risk it, at least not for a while.
        Also your final answer must be totally it! She is kind of self-concious and has problems relaxing which is where i come in and try to teach her how to just go with the flow.
        THANKS!!!! You really helped me a lot here!

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