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Ride friction free, naturally.

Doc's was founded as a result of Dr. 'Doc' Joshua Barton being unsatisfied with the quality of cycling-specific skin care creams available on the market. As a competitive cyclist himself, Barton worked with pharmacists and chemists for four years in order to produce a new line of all-natural skin care products designed specifically for athletes. In 2010, Doc's chamois cream was released, quickly becoming its best-seller, and leading to a full-range of other all-natural products for cyclists, runners, and endurance athletes.

From the beginning, Barton knew that it would take riders more than a couple of hours in the saddle to truly test a new chamois cream, which was why he took his concoction to France. He dispersed his cream to cyclists riding the Nuts of Ventoux Challenge, as the event involves riders climbing all three routes to the summit of Ventoux in a single, six-to-eight hour day. Barton took the riders' feedback, combined it with those four years of testing, and finally released his all-natural chamois cream to the public.

Unlike other chamois treatments, Doc's cream forms a protective, anti-friction barrier using only natural ingredients. For its healing and anti-inflammatory properties, aloe-vera was chosen for the cream. This vitamin- and mineral-rich gel composition, blended with natural coconut oil, provides the durable and all-important anti-friction barrier between your skin and the chamois. And unlike petroleum-based mineral oil creams, this formulation doesn't clog pores or obstruct airflow to the chamois. Accordingly, this keeps both you and the chamois protected. And because the natural cream also incorporates witch hazel and aromatic tea tree oil, which naturally combat bacteria and fungus, the cream washes out easily in order to keep your chamois supple and clean.

Doc's All-Natural Chamois Cream is available in an eight-ounce tub and is manufactured in the USA.

  • Aloe vera, coconut oil, tea tree oil
  • Over 95% natural ingredients
  • Petroleum-free

Tech Specs

8 oz
Recommended Use:

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Avg. ride time: 8h 5m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

No mess; no fuss

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This is much lighter than Chamois Butt'r and DZ nuts, and yet it works equally well in keeping the goods protected, and no chafing. Great addition to the pre-ride prep

Really great stuff

    I ride for Silber Pro cycling and we got sponsored by this company last year. Honestly some of the best stuff I have used! Works likes a dream, and keeps working even after 5 hours, something I have not experienced with other brands. Price is good compared to other brands as well. Super happy to have these guys providing products for our team.

    Gets too fluid in the summer

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was hopeful that this product would be useful for summer time riding but after leaving the tub in a hot car for a post-work ride, the product had liquefied. I've used it since with good results but I would steer clear if the product will be in a high heat environment prior to your using it. A little surprising as these folks are based in Dallas!

    Works well and cost effective

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    For years, my go to cream was Assos. I switched to this for the cost (about half that of Assos) but discovered that it actually works better. Really like this stuff.

    Avg. ride time: 6h 35m per week
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    If it's not screaming down there..

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have several product I use and the consistency of this one is in the middle. Not too thin or thick. The scent is nice and refreshing. The results for me have been good.. so no complaints down there must mean it's working! I've been using it for about 2.5 seasons.

    Never leave home without protection

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Does not sweat off, become greasy, or pasty - My go to for longer rides. Also, does not irritate my skin as I have found with other brands. Smells nice at an affordable price!

    The best. True story, bro.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've tried everything and have settled on Doc's as it is the most 'skin-friendly', especially for long, hot rides and several consecutive days in the saddle. I have very sensitive skin and can use almost any product for 1-2 days, but after that all the added chemicals tend to cause irritation post-ride. Doc's is the only product I've found that doesn't cause that issue, and the viscosity is perfect for very sweaty rides. Add in the excellent value, and you just cannot go wrong with Doc's. I'm now clearing out my collection of partially-used creams.

    Affordable protection

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Doc's chamois cream became my go-to cream after I tried it last year. It's a little more viscous than some other brands (e.g., Morgan Blue), but not at all greasy. Doc's holds up well during long rides, even in hot, humid conditions common to mid-Atlantic/Southeast summers. It has a nice minty scent that controls funky smells emitted by sweaty undercarriages, and the natural tea tree oil anti-bacterial helps stave off skin infections . Lastly, the pricing makes this a great deal for such a high quality product. Other creams tend to come in smaller jars/tubes; Doc's gives you a big 8 oz. container for roughly the same price as competing products.

    Great stuff!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've found that most chamois creme's work about the same. This stuff works at least as well as the best of them, plus it smells nice and you seem to get more for the money than most others. I'm sold!

    Great product, my favorite

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used Buttr, dz, assos, hammer- this is my favorite of the Chamoise Sauce. Holds up over time, you dont sweat it away and it smells nice and doesnt have a bunch of chemical crap you cant pronounce. Whats not to like

    Not that impressed

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used the product for cross rides and found it very pasty and it seems to never lubricate that well. Smelled good and would like to have other products smell better. I will not use this product again.

    Avg. ride time: 3h 15m per week
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    The best

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    All natural ingredients, no allergens. Other Chamois cremes can't say as much.

    A tie with Assos Chamois creme

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm not a huge chamois creme fan. Most of the time it makes my skin feel terrible after a few hours in the saddle. But Do'cs All-Natural Chamois Cream is great. It is natural, doesn't mess with the lady bits, and keeps my skin from feeling like I just ride my bike in felt underwear. Highly recommend this for anyone looking for a natural chamois cream.

    Best chamois cream

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Had a really bad reaction to DZ Nuts chamois cream. Like really really bad. Heard that Doc's may be more skin friendly due to natural ingredients. Works as advertised. 2 years of riding since swapping over, ~8000 miles, no saddle sores.