A thick moisturising solution for comfort and reduced friction on endurance road rides. Apply to your seatpad on shorter rides or apply to both your skin and seatpad on epic sportives and stage races.
Udderly Smooth Chamois Cream with Shea Butter is suitable for both men and women. Developed originally for Cyclists to help prevent chaffing, it is also good for those seeking a thicker moisturiser. Chamois cream is effective in stopping chaffing of the skin on long rides.
Please read the Cycling Active magazine review of this product
Chamois crème is a must for any cyclist, it improves rider comfort and reduces the chance of saddle soreness. Most will have anti-bacterial ingredients to keep the delicate skin protected and to repair any damage that may occur during a ride. Chamois crème and a good pair of shorts are probably the most important item of cycle wear you will buy.
Udderly Smooth are the makers of chamois creams, hand crème and body lotion. Exceptional soothing skin and barrier care, Udderly SMOOth provides much needed relief to various skin complaints.
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