If you are like me and when you play video games after a while your hands get sweaty and you have to wipe them off but now Gamer Goo is a solution to help. Gamer Goo helps you optimize your gaming performance by keeping your hands dry, cool, and sweat-free. By stopping sweaty hands at the source you’ll have better control over micro- movements, better aim and never slip when the game is on the line. It also can be used for weightlifting to yoga, from soccer to basketball, golfing, bowling, & more, Gamer Goo Sports Goo is the perfect companion for the active life.
I got samples size packages in the size of 3ml of Cherry Blossom- a fresh, floral scent that brings scenes of Japan to mind.
Orange- a refreshing punch of citrus, keeping you awake and alert.
Teakwood- has scents of a walk through the woods on a warm afternoon. A cozy night by the fire. A relaxing game & a candle burning low.
Peppermint- you’re walking in a snowy village, flurries swirling above you, the frosty air pinching your cheeks.
Vanilla Sugar-a sweet tooth for baked goods, you’re in for a treat: Gamer Goo Vanilla Sugar will be your new best friend.
Cinnamon- reminds me of Christmas time and the sweet, spicy smell of apple cider or pinecones.
I also got a full sized product of Beach Breeze which is new and smells like you are on vacation to your favorite beach destination. Your toes dug into the sand, a little zinc on the bridge of your nose and your favorite ice cold beverage in your hand. You take a deep breath and smell that salty warm air and for a moment, all is right in the world.
My Opinion: This time of the year is hot, humid and sweaty so I tried some on my hand as i was outdoors shooting hoops and this worked to grip easier and aim better. The scents are nice as well.
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