Nicely priced embrocation range well suited to competitive riding/training
Full of natural goodness, and smells and feels nice for a short while but has little perceptible or lasting effect
Fine-smelling, non-greasy massage oil for a bit of tired muscle love
Pleasant-smelling and comfortingly warming post exercise balm
Long-lasting, very effective shorts pad lube
Effective hand cleaner for the home mechanic
Slightly tricky to apply but works well once it's in place and lasts well
Brilliant natural alternative to medicinal creams with very little put you off, other than possibly the price.
It's not the hottest embrocation but for a slight boost of heat in the legs on cold mornings, Get Going Cream works well.
Not as obviously effective as the accompanying cooling gel, but pleasant enough to use.
The claims for the ingredients and their effects sound ambitious but the feel-good effect is fairly potent.
Warms the muscles when the temperature drops and useful to provide a kick start to tired legs.
Provides an extra layer of protection from the saddle so you feel more comfortable on longer rides especially in the warmer weather.
Good quality, organic chamois balm that's thinner than many but still lasts well
Particularly impressive chamois cream that lasts well
All-round natural healing balm. Personally I found it good for scrapes and scuffs but not everyone will buy into that
Neatly presented shaving cream for your face and/or legs; it works well, smells great and would make a good gift
Smells nice, seems to do the trick and soothes as it goes
Not greasy or sticky and feels great when you put it on, but sadly it just doesn't last
If only the best chamois cream will do for your derriere this is probably it