Steven Davidson writes:
“I used to be a bit confused about the need for chamois cream, with a synthetic pad is there any need for it? The short answer is yes and getting a good I think is vital. I recently saw the Top Gear episode where they were cycling around London and Jeremy Clarkson went and bought some chamois cream and described it as rubbing toothpaste on his gentleman’s area, weirdly this made sense. A lot of chamois creams have perfumes in that are meant to make you feel fresh down there but actually they can sting and feel a little uncomfortable. The Galius chamois cream is different, it has a very slight scent but it’s only subtle.
The thing with the cream is that it’s hard to say exactly why it does it well but it obviously does because you forget it’s there. It just does it’s job, it can be applied either to the pad or direct to the skin and you don’t need to use loads which means the tube lasts ages.
Obviously this is going to sound biased being a staff blog but I have used a few different chamois creams and I honestly think this is the best one on the market at the moment.”