Product Review: Doc Johnson’s Nice Nuggets

Got chicken nuggets where you wish you had gold nuggets? Nice Nuggets by Doc Johnson may not turn your balls into actual gold bullion, but this male comfort lotion’ll sure make you feel like a million bucks.

We just recently started selling Nice Nuggets, and have never really carried any other ball-oriented hygiene products like this. To our surprise, this moisturizer has been selling like it’s going out of style. Everyone wants to nice up their nugs, it seems, and Doc Johnson and Condom Depot are only happy to provide.


Just like the male masturbation creams, I had to hand this 4 oz. bottle over to my partner for his review since my own nuggets are neither nice nor existent. For the record, I imagine you could use it as aftershave no matter what genitalia you have, but my skin reacts to everything, so his review would be a little more fair.

He’s never used any kind of powder or lotion before for keeping his balls in tip-top shape. Creams like this are meant to keep the testicles dry, un-chaffed, clean, and smelling fresh. And since we live in Florida where ball-friendly weather is not really a thing, he was pretty excited.

He put a dime-sized amount on after a shave (making this the perfect product to pair with an erection ring purchase), and his first reaction was a good one. It smelled great, it felt fine (even on freshly-shaved scrot), and it was cool and refreshing both. I’d liken the scent to aftershave or cologne. And it didn’t leave his hands feeling sticky or gross when he was done applying it, either. On the contrary, his hands were silky smooth, as though he’d just used some of my moisturizer.

He had designs on using it on his face as aftershave, all of which end in me calling him, “Ballface.” His previous favorite shaving lotion? Our very own Coochy Shave Creme!

But how did his balls feel in the long run? A quick check back later, and he’d forgotten that he’d even put it on. Which is a good sign– you don’t want something that’s going to burn, or make things feel too moist or uncomfortable. He said that it didn’t make a huge impression on his over-all ball cleanliness, but it felt just fine. Natural. That’s really all you can ask for.

Interested, I decided to take a look at the ingredients:

Ingredients: water, tapioca starch, isopropyl palmitate, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin e), aloe barbadensis leaf juice, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, disodium edta, fragrance, sodium hydroxide, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, methylparabel, propylparabel. 

Taking a look at the ingredients, it actually includes a lot of the same stuff you’d see in a water-based lube— water, tocopheryl acetate, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, propylene glycol, diazolidinul urea, oh! And what’s that there at the end? Yes, there are a couple of parabens including on the ingredient list. Fragrance, too. If you have sensitive skin, this may be a product to avoid.  If parabens concern you, no-no. If you don’t care about that, go nuts. Or nuggets.


Overall Rating: 4 Stars

Final Verdict:

The final verdict on Doc John’s Nice Nuggets comes from my partner himself: “If all balls smelled like that, people wouldn’t have so many objections about putting them in their face.” Fair enough. Even if you don’t have stinky balls from living on America’s wang, the sale price for a little extra hygiene is well worth it.

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