What should one look for when picking Chamois Creme? Are there ingredients to stay away from or that should be in a quality creme?
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I would look for the following:
I've been using BodyGlide for randonneuring for about 3 years now and it meets all of my criteria. It comes in a deodorant stick format which is easy to apply and doesn't seem to break down even on 600km rides (although it does need re-application every 200-300km). The only problem is it doesn't ever completely wash out of the chamois, but that almost seems like a plus.